Deliverance Through The Sacrificial Lamb

Series: Communion Themes

  • May 21, 2017
    Morning worship
  • Bill Matthess
  • Exodus 12: 21-51

Summary

The Passover feast was instituted by the Lord to mark the deliverance of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. The blood of the sacrificial lamb was applied to the entrance of each household so that the destroying angel would see the blood and pass-over those who remained inside the house. They were spared because of the blood. This pointed forward to the day when the Lord Jesus Christ would shed His blood upon the cross at Calvary for all those who take refuge in Him. Do you trust in Christ’s sacrifice to save you?

Sermon Notes

1.  A night of sacrifice and faith

 

2. A night of death and judgement

 

3. A night of freedom and new life