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Monday, March 10 2014
Passover – Easter – the most significant day in history – how do you prepare for such an event?
Resurrection Sunday is an event worth getting ready for!
Not just buying new clothes and hiding Easter eggs but more. What would happen if your family planned and prepared for 6 weeks for this special event? How would it change the take-away for your kids? What impact would it have on their lives?
Did you know that every Biblical Feast has a direct correlation to God’s plan? The Passover is clearly the story of redemption of the Israelites but it holds a greater prophetic picture of God’s plan for a world redemption! Folks – that is you and me – that means pack your bags – never mind you wont need them – that is something to shout about! That is something to make sure EVERYONE is ready for! This is not about a bunny, eggs or ham! This is about REDEMPTION!v
Today marks 6 weeks till the event of what is typically known as Good Friday, when many Christians celebrate the crucifixion of Christ. Last year in our newsletters we addressed the actual timing of the week and the accuracy of the events in correlation of the Scriptures and Jewish calendar.
I want to invite you to join me in taking these 6 weeks and prepare your heart, your family, your congregation to be ready for this miraculous event, the Passover and Resurrection of our Lord and Savior.
The finest way to prepare is to clear our mind of worldly distractions and utterances.
1 Corinthians 11:26 – For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death until He comes.
Secondly, I am going to be more honoring of the Sabbath. This has always been a difficult dilemma with my career. My schedule includes teaching on both Saturday and Sunday and when I teach I also sell products. I am making this a time of prayer and commitment. Except for classes I am already assigned to teach I will be honoring the Sabbath from Friday evening till Saturday evening.
These are my steps to prepare my heart for the most important day in history.