The Passover It is a very important holiday in the history of humanity.
It is not a pagan rejoicing but a feast of awareness where those who have accepted Jesus as Lord, rejoice
first of all in spirit.
Passover is the beginning of life, it is from there that we are born again, from this moment that we learn to
love Jesus, we learn to know and understand the greatness of his sacrifice.
And for those born again, it is also an opportunity to readjust, a new beginning to make decisions to do
better, to improve one’s relationship with the Lord.

According to God’s law, and since the Old Testament, for sin to be forgiven, blood must be shed in favor
of that person.
Jesus is called the Lamb of God in reference to ancient sacrifices. This time, it is not about animals, but it
is about the ultimate sacrifice, that of Jesus Christ the only begotten Son of God.

John 1:29 The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him, and said, “Behold! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!

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