Easter

Empty Pews on Easter Sunday

Easter Sunday – Empty Pews

Easter Sunday, 2020, how many must long to be seated in their pews with others on that special day, but not be able to do so? We are all in quarantine to prevent this plague from spreading further than it already has. Stay home, we’ve been told, to save lives. Memories The memories many of us have of past Easter Sundays, sitting in our family pew, looking at our decorative… Read More »Easter Sunday – Empty Pews

passover lamb

In the House – Passover Lamb

If you have ever wondered what the day called Easter was supposed to celebrate, this is it: Yahshua — our “Passover Lamb” — had risen from the dead, proving that his sacrifice for our sins had been accepted by God, able to deliver us from eternal death. The Israelites of old were always to remember what had happened to them in Egypt, when they were huddled inside their houses, with… Read More »In the House – Passover Lamb

Passover at Home

The worried young father holds the precious basin while his son strains to reach to the highest point of the doorway… The homemade brush made from a prescribed kind of bush… The blood of a lamb which had been killed just before sundown, and his blood gathered into the basin, to be used as directed over the doorway… All the questions of “Why?” from his sweet children are going unanswered.… Read More »Passover at Home

What is the Gospel Bible

Easter: The Rest of the Story

Easter is a time when sincere Christians meditate on the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. In our discussions, many seem to consider that the last twelve hours of Jesus’ life, ending with His dying on the cross, is what produced forgiveness for the sins of mankind. The whole consideration goes no further than His physical suffering on the cross. You may have imagined what it would have been like… Read More »Easter: The Rest of the Story

Passover Lamb for Sacrifice

Andrew’s Lamb – a Passover Story

It was a hot, sunny day as Andrew walked along the dusty road toward Jerusalem for the Passover. A few steps ahead of him walked his father, head gray with age yet still very strong. It seemed a bit strange to Andrew that it was only he and his father making the journey this year, for in years past, all his brothers and sisters had accompanied them. But they were… Read More »Andrew’s Lamb – a Passover Story