Wednesday, April 4, 2012


I have been longing to host a Passover meal at our house the last few years, but it hasn't worked out.  We don't quite have the space to host very many people along with our family.  If we could be certain of the weather, we could do it outside but... well you know how the weather is in Colorado...unpredictable.   Many years ago, we participated in a Passover meal, and we thought it was very special.  It taught us the connection of Jesus as the "Lamb of God" and Jesus the "Messiah" and  what the "blood of Jesus"is all about.  I think it would be wonderful if we began our celebration of the Resurrection with the celebration of the Passover every year.

Some good friends of ours gave us a DVD in December, that we just recently watched.  It was very good.  It is the testimony of a man named Tom Cantor.  He is a Jewish man, a scientist, who developed  the "First Response Pregnancy Test" (among other things) and established a Creation Museum in San Diego Californian. His testimony is wonderful.  In it, he tells a very interesting story of his life, and explains about "The Lamb of God" from his youthful search for God as a young Jewish man. It is timely for passover and I thought it might bless you.  Its not short, but well worth the time to listen.

Many Blessings to you all as you celebrate the Passover and Resurrection 

The next day he saw Jesus coming to him and he said "Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world".
John 1:29

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