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Christ Does His Part - Now You Need To Do Yours!

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Published on 22 Jun 2022 / In Spiritual

The proper response to the deliverance made possible through Christ is obedience and effort to overcome sin. The back-to-back biblical festivals of Passover and Unleavened Bread picture the effort God is expecting us to make after He has redeemed us from the penalty of sin.

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The Proper Response to God’s Deliverance is Obedience
To keep us mindful of our necessary follow-up to our personal forgiveness and redemption embedded in Passover. God has given us the festival of Unleavened Bread. Each depicts a separate and unique step in God’s plan but there is no pause or break between the two.

Prominently built into the 7 days of Unleavened Bread is a powerful and clear symbol of sin... the common household ingredient LEAVEN. We are commanded to put it our of our homes and not put it into our mouths for the entire 7 days of the festival. It is a reminder that after deliverance we are to be actively engaged in putting sin out of our life… and putting Christ into our life.

To observe the Passover and neglect the day of unleavened bread [as some do]... is comparable to accepting Christ's sacrifice and then neglecting to exert any effort in overcoming sin.

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