It was a strange night in Jerusalem. It had already been four days since Jesus entered into the […]
An old professor of mine was fond of saying that any given fellowship is only worth that which […]
“Why is this night different from all other nights?” the child asks. The golden twilight feels heavier than […]
Why is this night different from all other nights? Traditionally, the youngest child at the dinner table would ask this question as part of the Passover meal. This meal brought to remembrance the great acts of God for His people Israel, delivering them from slavery in Egypt so long ago. Rightly called the Passover, because the angel of the Lord passed over the homes of God’s people which were marked with the blood of a lamb. They were saved from the final plague that brought death over the land. So every year after, God’s people celebrated, ate and drank, remembered their gift of salvation.
By Paul Koch – “Why is this night different from all other nights?” People tell us that this […]