Celebrating Pentecost

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For many years, our family has celebrated Passover.  It is astounding to study the details of its ritual.  From the beginning of time, God planned that Jesus would be our Passover Lamb, sacrificed for the sins of the world.  The coming of John the Baptist, the day of Jesus’ crucifixion, the last supper with His disciples, the symbols of blood, the exodus from Egypt, the unleavened bread—all of the elements of the Old Testament Passover find their fulfillment in Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God. 

Pentecost is also a Hebrew feast established in Leviticus 23.  Fifty days after Passover, God’s people came together to offer sacrifices of leavened bread, seven lambs, a bull and two rams, and a goat for a sin offering.  God’s people celebrated the giving of the law on Mount Sinai.  They feasted from the newly harvested crops, and obeyed God’s command to leave the corners of…

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