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Ep.859: Israel’s Passover – What Does It Mean To Us?

How the Passover shows Jesus' ransom

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CHAPTERS

[00:15:00]
Once the ten plagues are over, deliverence begins. What does that mean?


[00:31:20]
Are the type-antitype connections obvious?


[00:46:52]
What does the saving of the firstborn mean to us?


[01:01:53]
Why all the talk about blood?


[01:17:57]
What do the details of the Passover meal tell us?


Theme Scripture: Exodus 12:11

Today is a special day, for it was on this day over 2,000 years ago Jesus rode into Jerusalem to the adoration of the crowd. This would begin the final series of events that would lead to his death. Today is another anniversary as well, for it was on this day over 1,400 years before Jesus came, all of Israel was to take a lamb into their homes in preparation for the Passover and their miraculous delivery from slavery. Now, either this is a startling coincidence or it is a startling revelation of God’s plans and purposes...guess which answer we agree with?

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This program discusses "types" and "anti-types" and why that is important for all students of the Bible to unlock connections between the Old and New Testaments.  What does the Jewish Passover have to do with Jesus? You might be surprised to find out just how much once you know how to find the clues.  Search with us!

 

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