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Bible Reading Today: Deuteronomy 16:1-12

Israel must celebrate the Passover to remember the time of her departure from Egypt. For six days, they must eat unleavened bread. They must also celebrate the Feast of Weeks after harvest. During this feast, people give a freewill offering in proportion to the blessing.

  • Some ask, why study archaic Jewish feasts? But it is not just history lessons; it is prophetic practices of a future promise—each pointing to a work of Christ Jesus, celebrated on the very day they would be fulfilled!

  • Though difficult to do, when going through trials, it helps to recognize that this soon will be a  memory and as the Lord guides us from sorrow to comfort and then deliverance, we too, will have the opportunity to comfort others.