What Is Leaven and What Does It Picture?
Christ, the Fruit of the Spirit and Passover
A Passover Lesson: Pointing the Finger
What’s the Take-Away of the Feast of Unleavened Bread?
Self -Examination Questionnaire
What Can Christians Learn From the Exodus?
Questions and Answers About the Christian Passover
What the Biblical Spring Festivals Mean to Us
Biblical Festivals: Does God Want Us to Celebrate Them? Why?
“Three Days and Three Nights” From Good Friday to Easter Sunrise?
When approaching the Passover, the subject of change is an important one. It is difficult to change, but there are examples that we have all seen over the years where people genuinely do change.
In my trips to Africa over the past 20 years I have seen how people have changed. Here are some good lessons for us as we approach the Passover.
As we approach the Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread, a study of Joshua 5-7 is quite instructive. Not only did the events we read here transpire during this time of the year, more important, the spiritual lessons we can draw from this story are critically important, and as relevant now as they were over 3,000 years ago. What are your “Jerichos”? What are the “accursed things” that pose temptations and spiritual dangers to us today?
Each year there is a Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is on Nisan 27, which is 13 days after the Passover (evening of the 14th). When Christ instituted the Passover service with His disciples, He said "do this in remembrance of Me." What will you be thinking about during the Passover service? What will you remember?