A Passover Of Deliverance 

This morning I’m thinking about The Passover and its defining moment for God’s people. On the eve of their escape from slavery, God’s people were to dab their doorframes with the blood of a lamb, as this brought judgment on all false gods of Egypt.

This moment of Passover is to be remembered forever as a sign and seal of God’s love and deliverance for his people. Forever after, God’s people should remember God’s mighty deliverance from slavery and His promised faithfulness. 

Today, as important as the Passover was for God’s Old Testament people, it pointed to the defining moment for all God’s people. It also points to sacrifice, fulfilled promises, and deliverance. Jesus, “the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world”, shed his blood to protect us from the curse of death for our sins. So now all who believe in him as Saviour, can be freed from their slavery to sin and have a new, full life. Now we celebrate Jesus’ death on the cross, as a daily reminder that his sacrifice gives us eternal life, which should saturate all we do today. 

On that very day the Lord brought the Israelites out of Egypt. (Exodus 12:51).

Let’s Pray 

Yahweh, thank you for being my lamb. Your blood washes me clean of all my sins and delivers me a new life. Father, in joy and thanksgiving, help me to live for you. My precious Lord and Saviour, I truly love you. In Jesus’s name I pray, Amen. 


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