Every year, thousands of God's people around the world, in fellowships great and small, gather to celebrate the most selfless act in history. On this night, the Messiah was betrayed by an enemy and forsaken by a dear friend. Nevertheless, He offered up His unblemished life so that mankind would be spared the eternal consequences of his actions.

    This wing of our Website is offered in honor of that King and Savior. It is done with a mixture of sadness and joy. Sadness because of our part in it. And joy because of what drove Him to do it at all.

Respectfully,

Blow the Trumpet

 




 


       
 
 
     


A Christian Passover Ceremony

         
Did Jesus Risk Booklet Cover

                  

Unconditional Love

           


Matzo and a wine in a Kiddush cup with the words PESACH (Passover in Hebrew. More images of Shabbat & Jewish Holidays:

A Christian Passover Ceremony
A Passover Ceremony

The Passover from the Beginning   The Christian Passover Ceremony
 
     
Meanings of Leaven   The Exodus and Us
 

 


           

Passover Me (song)

           

 


   

How often should the Lord's Supper be taken?

David C. Pack

The Restored Church of God

Millions of people regularly take the Lord’s Supper! The great counterfeiter—who counterfeits all the Bible’s truths—has confused them about when and how often one should observe this “supper.” What does the Bible teach about this misunderstood subject? What is the truth of this matter?

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Was Jesus a Created Being?

Articles and Notes

Blow the Trumet

There are some well-intended “believers” who contend that Jesus Himself was a created being prior to His earthly life. Some have even suggested that He was the twin brother of the great archangel Lucifer – the very Lucifer who later became Satan the devil. Those who hold this view believe that God the Father stands alone as the One Being who has eternally existed. But is it true?

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The Passover

by Earl L. Henn (1934-1997)
Church of the Great God

The world around us is filled with sin and evil of every kind, and it has been that way since Adam and Eve disobeyed God's command not to eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. For God to fulfill His plan of reproducing Himself, He had to provide a way to redeem man from his sinful condition and implement a means of forgiveness.


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What is the Purpose of Footwashing?

by Richard Ritenbaugh
Church of the Great God

The Passover marks the beginning of a new cycle of God's festivals and holy days. During the Passover service, before partaking of the symbols of Christ's body and blood, the unleavened bread and the wine, Christians participate in the footwashing ceremony. Though seemingly archaic in our modern world, footwashing provides necessary and important reminders of our duties to each other.

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The Days of Unleavened Bread

The Forerunner Bible Study

Church of the Great God

The Days of Unleavened Bread explain and memorialize the second major step in salvation, sanctification. When God sanctifies us, He separates us for holy use. After cleansing us at Passover, He sets us apart and considers us to be holy. The problem is, though, that our human nature remains intact and resists holiness.

          

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Easter: Egging on a Myth?

By William Bowmer

The Living Church of God

On Easter, billions celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. But how many really know what they are doing? Many do not realize that the first Christians did not celebrate Easter—and that Scripture offers a biblical alternative, instituted by God Himself.
        

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The Resurrection Was Not on Easter Sunday!

By John Ogwyn

The Living Church of God

Every year, billions rejoice at the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Yet most do not realize that the Bible tells a very different story than they usually hear from the pulpit. What is the truth about Jesus’ resurrection?
 

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First in God's Plan – THE PASSOVER

Bible Introduction Course

The Restored Church of God

Many modern religionists claim that the issue of salvation ended at the "cross" (though Christ probably died on a stake - an upright pole)-that the acceptance of Christ's death is all there is to salvation. They further proclaim that beyond the acceptance of this sacrifice, there is nothing more to do, since we are already "saved." They mistakenly take the very first step in God's plan of salvation and proclaim that this is the end of the matter. The Bible shows there is much more to this matter and that man's obligation was not finished at the cross.

 

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