Exodus 12. 2 “This month shall be your beginning of months; it shall be the first month of the year to you. »

According to the law of God, the time of Passover marked the beginning of the year for his people.
And you had to take a lamb without blemish, without spot, to immolate it, in other words, kill it as a sacrifice.

Sacrifice made to the Lord, in order to preserve the memory of the day when the Lord delivered his people from the hand of the destroyer and executed judgments against all the gods of Egypt.

This was celebrated with a feast in honor of the Eternal; as a perpetual law from generation to generation.

And if we are Christ’s, then we are Abraham’s seed, heirs according to the promise. Galatians 3.29.

And in the same way, in our generation, we must therefore celebrate Passover remembering the always valid sacrifice of Jesus Christ of Nazareth for our lives.
He came to earth as a lamb of God to give up his life for our trespasses. And with his own blood, he has obtained eternal redemption for us.

Passover is therefore not just a feast, but a majestic celebration of the Lord’s love for every human being, a celebration of a new year, a year of grace in Christ.

What do we do every new year?
It is an opportunity to take stock of our lives, go inside ourselves and readjust ourselves if necessary.

At the beginning of the Christian year, we must therefore decide to honor this sacrifice of Christ by our conduct:
• By investing in their spiritual education
• By maintaining hope
• Keeping his temple holy
• By resisting all temptation
• By being faithful in tithes and offerings
• By maintaining his life of prayer and meditation

This is the very basis of Passover!

Let us pray: 

Lord, I am so thankful for the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for my life.
At the beginning of this Christian year, I ask your forgiveness for all my shortcomings and weaknesses.
Help me to love you more because of this great sacrifice
Help me keep my eyes on you
Help me to be led by the Holy Spirit so that my life will glorify your name
In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, we prayed, Amen!
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