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On the Passover, it is finished

As the Passover nears and we paint the blood of the lamb over our doorway (figuratively, of course, our better half just painted the doorway a gorgeous blue and let’s just say that literal blood would be frowned upon), we await, along with the rest of the world, the promises of our Lord, the I AM, revealed to us in Jesus Christ.

"Ce que voyait Notre-Seigneur sur la Croix" (What Our Lord Saw from the Cross) - by James Tissot
“Ce que voyait Notre-Seigneur sur la Croix” (What Our Lord Saw from the Cross) – by James Tissot

We will celebrate the New Year tomorrow at the GSM Good Friday service, where we step out of time for the three hours that our Lord hung on the cross, pouring Himself out to bring mankind the only thing it truly needs.

The forgiveness of sins.

Yes, on the Passover, our thoughts are Jesus and the forgiveness of sins.  Not the forgiveness of just mine or yours, but the forgiveness of the sins of all of humanity.

For three holy hours tomorrow, we will remember, embrace, and look ahead without fear.  For the blood of the lamb has washed away the sins of the world.

At 3pm Pacific time, the Shofar Horn will blow, ushering in the new year.  There is much turmoil to come, as well as much opportunity.  May the Lord’s will be done, and may His Kingdom come.

Stay tuned and Trust Jesus.