Shining Our Light
The Sin of Covetousness
A study of Passover and why it is to be kept on the 14th.
We continue into our study of the circumstances of the birth of John the Baptist and Jesus Christ, discussing Zechariah's praise and prophecy when John is named and Joseph's reaction on learning that his bride-to-be is expecting a child, and the resulting message of the angel to Joseph about the child she would bear-who would be the promised Messiah!
The scriptures prove that Jesus was fully man and fully God and, therefore, qualified to become our Savior.
It is important we do not come to the Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread in a "ho hum" routine manner.
Isaiah 52 - 53 tells us clearly to take careful notice of what our Savior went through for us.
Let's look at Isaiah:52:13-15 and see why we are told to behold our Savior's suffering.
God's Sabbath and Holy Days
Do we need to eat unleavened bread every day during Days of Unleavened Bread?