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The Forgiveness of Sins–Blog Through the Bible Project | Dreaming Beneath the Spires
Matthew 26, Blog Through the Bible ProjectThe Plot Against Jesus 1 When Jesus had finished saying all these things, he said to his disciples, 2 “As you know, the Passover is two days away—and the Son of Man will be handed over to be crucified.” 3 Then the chief priests and the elders of the people assembled in the palace of […]
Anita Mathias,
When the threat of force sinks under its own weight (Exodus 14:15-31)
Open Exodus 14:15-31. The Red Sea event proclaimed a definitive message: God made a way where there was no way — literally through the sea (14:21-23). Even there, Egypt’s military power pursued the…
Allen Browne,
How serving can ransom many (Matthew 20:28)
A king giving his life to serve many? The strategy redeems his kingdom, forming the life of the redeemed.
Allen Browne,
Standing Stones: Reconciling With God
The book of Exodus tells the story of how God saved Israel from their oppressive situation in Egypt. Pharaoh had oppressed the people of Israel for many years. In their oppressive situation the peo…
Claude F. Mariottini,
Mysteries of Christ in the Passover — House of David Ministries
The Exodus from Egypt and the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery marked the birth of the nation of Israel, and is considered by the Jewish people to be the single most important event in their history. The delivery itself was both miraculous and divinely orchestrated entirely at His hand.
Eric M. Teitelman,

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