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In a very, very short time we will be rehearsing our Messiah’s last Passover with his disciples. Be sure to be reviewing our blogs and sermons to help you focus on this time period. We’ll be washing one another’s feet, breaking and eating unleavened bread and then remembering the life blood of our Messiah poured out for us as we drink a small amount of red wine. I will post instructions on how to keep it locally, if you need help with that. I’ll also post a Passover service audio for those who wish that. So this month, leading up to and after the Passover, we’ll be posting sermons and blogs that pertain to the life and sacrifice of the son of God. May you be prepared to take the Passover this year in a most joyfully thankful and yet solemn manner as we remember and appreciate the body of our Lord. May our God bless you mightily in this wonderful time.


When I see the blood - Part 1

by Philip Shields

This timeless message (2 parts) is a re-post from 2014, and a great way to prepare for Passover. We discuss the 2 sides of Passover: the incredible love of God as well as the incredible severity of God (Romans 11:22). Why does it take so much innocent blood to be shed in order to forgive sin? We explain. In Part 1 - we also introduce the beginning of "the crimson thread" throughout scripture pointing to the coming Messiah. For example, why did Isaac carry the wood to his own sacrifice? When was our Savior sacrificed - at least in God's mind? Also we go in depth into the many things our dear Father provides for us through the blood of His Son, the Christ (it's much, much more than just being forgiven of our sins). This sermon ends with us beginning to explore the nuances of Exodus 12. (To be continued in part 2).
Duration:1 hr 19 mins 58 secs

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