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The Miracle Of Passover
Zola Levitt
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The Miracle Of Passover

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A complete explanation of Passover, the crown jewel of the Biblical feasts, and how the Messiah appears in every moment of it. One of the most basic and important Bible studies, shedding light on the mysteries of the Lord's Supper.
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Oct 06, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Being a non-jew, I found all of the explanations of the Passover so interesting. I have used this book to teach with visual aids a Passover meal and the meaning behind each. So precious.
Gary Owen
Very good! Every Christian and Jew must read!
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A simple booklet explaining the Passover and its symbolism. For Christians to fully appreciate what Jesus did for us on the cross this book is a must read. It is a quick and easy read.
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“Understanding Jesus as a sacrificial lamb, in effect, is to understand the very heart of Christianity. All of His magnificent sermons, all of His miracles and the sum total of His wonderful teachings taken together would not save the best of His disciples (Peter actually denied Him when the chips were down, after having witnessed all these things). But His blood saves us all. His sacrifice pays off our debts to God in full. Acting like Jesus won’t get you salvation. Emulating His moral character, His unique way of doing things or His high principles will make you a better human being, to the degree that you are able to mimic Jesus. But it is His blood that cleanses, and that’s all. That’s the simple difference between genuine Christianity and a great deal of religion that merely goes by the name of Christianity. In the simplest terms, our realization that we need to be cleansed and our going directly to Him for that cleansing results in our salvation. Passover is a living picture of how salvation is properly obtained, as we shall see.” 2 likes
“Look at it this way: Jesus is Jewish. The disciples were all Jews. The apostles were all Jews. All the people saved at Pentecost were Jews. The first Christian church in the world, the Church of Jerusalem, was entirely Jewish. That church sent missionaries throughout Asia and the Mediterranean and, at great pain and expense, brought the first Gentiles to salvation in Jesus Christ. Every Gentile saved today, every church we have built, every seminary, every missionary society — all can be traced back to the original courageous efforts of the Jewish believers of Israel who took the Gospel of Jesus Christ, on pain of death, throughout the known world. You’re reading this book because of the Jews and their witness. It’s time to return the favor.” 2 likes
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