Faithlife Sermons

Passover: A Night to Remember

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We ask your understanding as we work remotely and safely to develop our online worship during the COVID-19 pandemic. Remembering the Passover is a key command in Scripture which we do not want to disregard. Even though we cannot keep it in the usual manner, the meaning has not changed. Passover was A Night to Remember, actually two nights. The first celebrated the night deliverance of the Israelite people from bondage. The second, instituted by Jesus on the night before his crucifixion, memorializes for us His last act of obedience to His Father as we renew our vow to live the Christ-life every day. This “new” Passover points forward to the ultimate: deliverance from mortality and death. Stay with us as we look into the Scriptures for the meaning underlying both Passovers, two nights to remember.

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