The Passover is still the time to reflect on God’s deliverance and our duty to purify ourselves. We must become Holy, so we can accomplish God’s work in our lives. We cannot be a light to the world if we are wallowing in darkness and sin. So our Passover, Jesus Christ the Word of God, has washed away all the impurities so we can be a light to others. Now is a time to examine ourselves, and reflect on the many vital messages of the Passover season. Read the blog or view the video to learn more: https://www.minds.com/JudeoChristian/blog/road-to-passover-passover-people-1091535000030146560
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