Posted: 14th April, 2014
Tonight ushers in the Passover, or, as we used to call it in the synagogue, Erev Yontif, an evening that was looked forward to in every Jewish home, as we celebrated our people’s deliverance from bondage in Egypt. Ironically, from the Exodus onwards, my Jewish people who have been delivered from slavery in Egypt refused the greater redemptive deliverance, the deliverance from sin and death in Yeshua Ha Mashiach. Tragically, that refusal persists to this very day. Our deliverance in Yeshua is the deliverance of the Lamb of God who bears away the sin of the world.
1,500 years before the cross…
Question of the Month
Can a Christian work as a psychologist? Should Christians integrate psychological and biblical methods?