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From the Original Passover to Jesus as the Passover Lamb, the Perfect Sacrifice for the Sins of Mankind
Just as the lamb of the Passover was a substitute for the Israelites, so Jesus Christ became the substitute for all of mankind. The blood of the sinless Son of God that was shed on the cross became the perfect substitution to pay the price of redemption that mankind could not pay.
What happened on Easter? | Why is The Resurrection Important?
Easter and the Resurrection as they relate to the Christian holiday, discussed through historical perspective and traditions.
Jesus as the Sinless Sacrfice
While God originally instituted animal sacrifice as a way of providing ceremonial cleansing for His people, those sacrifices were not able to cleanse man's conscience from the effects of sin. Only the blood of Jesus Christ could remove the stain. The author of Hebrews taught in his letter that only by becoming a human could Jesus die, and it was only through his death that the power of Satan could be broken.
Bible study on the book of Exodus
The book of Exodus may be one of the most important books of the Old Testament. In it are the providence and protection for the people of God, whose forefathers moved to Egypt to escape a famine 430 years earlier. Exodus begins where Genesis ends, unfolding one of the greatest stories of deliverance.
Palm Sunday: Jesus Rides into Jerusalem on a Donkey
There was great anticipation and excitement as Jesus began to ride into Jerusalem on a donkey. Many wondered what Jesus was going to do next. But not all of the people were excited about Jesus arriving in the city for the Passover. The scribes, chief priests, Pharisees and Sadducees and other religious leaders were afraid of Him, and wanted to stop His influence.
What happened on Good Friday?
The body of Jesus was mutilated beyond recognition. He was barely able to stand, let alone able to bear the weight of his own cross. It didn't make sense. If this was the Messiah, it was not supposed to end this way. Having no choice, Simon of Cyrene swallowed his pride, took up the cross, and followed Jesus.
What happened during the Last Supper?
At The Last Supper, Jesus knew that those sitting with him around the table would be among the first to receive forgiveness and the promise of eternal life. Despite their character flaws, Jesus knew that through them, the gospel would spread to nations around the world for generations to come.
Knowing that his disciples would make history and turn the world upside down with the Good News of the Gospel, the joy was set before Jesus, which helped him Jesus face and endure the cross.
Bible study on the book of Numbers
According to God's instructions, Moses took a census of everyone 20 years and older who could go to war. The land of Canaan was about to be invaded and it was time for the Israelite troops to be formed and ready. That is how Numbers begins. The book of Numbers does not get its name from the census, however. Rather, the entire book is a compilation of important numbers, many changing the entire course of history.
At Age 12, Jesus had Wisdom and Understanding Beyond His Years
Jesus traveled with his parents, Joseph and Mary, for their annual pilgrimage to Jerusalem for the Passover celebration. However, when it was time to return home, Jesus lingered behind to spend time in His Father's house, the temple. It was not until a few days later that Joseph and Mary even realized that Jesus was not among the group they were traveling with. When they returned to Jerusalem, they found Jesus sitting in the temple among the teachers, listening to and talking with them.
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