A Jewish celebration feast. It reminds the people how God saved them from slavery in Egypt. Part of the meal includes the Passover Lamb. At the first Passover a lamb was killed and its blood was placed on the people’s door frames. This was so God would “pass over” the homes of his people and spare the lives of their firstborn sons. Jesus is the Passover lamb for all of God’s people. He was sacrificed so his people could be saved from sin and death.
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