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Today's Bible Q&A

  • Passover Mistake?

    I have a question concerning your recent article, “The Passover: History And Prophecy”

    You make the suggestion that Jesus ate the Passover meal with his disciples on the evening of the 14th (beginning of the day). I believe this is a mistake as Jesus was on the cross at the exact moment the rest of the Passover lambs were being prepared 20 hours or so later.

    Besides the Passover was eaten at sundown of the 15th. It seems confusing to assert the Last Supper was the Passover; even though the wine thing you present was really cool.

    Otherwise, I love your stuff. I look forward to all your articles.

  • How Can We Differ?

    Is it possible for believing Christians who have the Holy Spirit as our Seal, after being baptized and accepting Jesus as our Savior, to read the same portion of scripture and have different opinions about what it says?

  • Can We Turn Away From Him?

    When my son was younger he believed in the Lord Jesus Christ. Since coming back from war, seeing what he saw and doing what he had to do, he now says that all religions are the same. Controlling and killing each other, all man made. I know that once we are sealed, nothing can separate us from God. But can a person ask the Lord to forgive him, believe in Him, and then turn away from him?

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The Passover: History And Prophecy

The feasts of Israel have both historical and prophetic fulfillments. Today being Passover we’ll take a look at the world’s oldest continuously celebrated Holy Day from these two perspectives.

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The Feast of First Fruits


But Christ has indeed been raised from the dead, the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep.
1 Cor 15:20

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The Book of Esther – Something Hidden


The Book of Esther is the story of how the Jews in Persia were delivered from an extermination order in 473 BC.  This resulted in the establishment of the Festival of Purim, celebrated by Jews around the world every year since. But there is also a hidden story woven into the text that New Testament Christians will find to be especially meaningful.  Read the story of Purim and discover its hidden meaning as Esther herself might have revealed it.

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The Truth About Easter


We call it Easter because of the pagan feast it replaced, and celebrate it at the wrong time in most years. And what do colored eggs and bunnies have to do with anything? Learn the truth about the most important day in human history.