Thursday, April 5, 2012

Passover night !

In a very short while it will be sunset here in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and it will be the night to be much observed. Yes Passover night is the night to be much observed. The proof of that you can find on my website under the section on God's Sabbath and Festivals.

Many of the brethren in India and that part of the world and Europe, Britain have already partaken of the Passover.

We out West and right to the West coast of North America are pretty well the last to observe Passover.

For all of you who have observed this very special night, I trust is was a mighty blessing to you.

The Passover is a Feast of the Lord, but it is not a holy day, and though we partake of unleavened bread for the Passover service, the 14th of the First month is NOT a day of unleavened bread. Starting the evening of the 15th starts the 7 day Feast of Unleavened Bread.

My website is full of studies about the Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

We are entering the days of contemplation of sin and righteousness. Yes we focus our attention of WHY a member of the very Godhead (Christ Jesus) needed to come to earth to die for us sinners. We praise Him for His love towards us, to make it possible to enter the very Family of God, to be the literal children of the Father. We praise both the Father and the Son for their love; wanting to share what they have with us for all eternity. If you've never done so, go to my website and study the study called, "A Christian's Destiny." It will bend your mind as to what God's word teaches us on that subject.

Yes it's that time of the year when we go over and meditate on such sections of Scripture as Romans chapter 1 to 8; Isaiah 53; Psalm 119; 1 John; Matthew 14 through to 28; Psalm 51; Exodus 20; and right now I have come to Ephesians 5 on my Youtube (1horsesrcool) and very timely it is for the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

It is brethren a time, 8 days in all, to Feast of the Word of God. Make a special effort to do so, with the subject of sin and righteousness in the foreground of your studies. Certainly I have MUCH on my website regarding sin and righteousness, studies on being saved by grace, repentance, saving faith, water baptism, and all kinds of studies on Christian living in general.

May you all have a wonderful and very blessed Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread.

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