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									Keeping The Passover Service

Pre-Passover Preparation:


     Matthew 26

     Mark 14

     Luke 22

     Numbers 9

     Exodus 12

     Leviticus 23

     Deuteronomy 16

     I Corinthians 5

     I Corinthians 11

     Psalm 22

     Psalm 51

     Isaiah 52

     Isaiah 53

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    The Passover is the most solemn and serious occasion. It is the
anniversary of the death of our lord and savior Jesus Christ. It is held
in memory of His sacrificial death. Jesus Christ's sacrifice was done
for our physical and spiritual healing. It expresses Christ's death
on our behalf. It pictures the suffering and death of Jesus Christ.
It shows God's love for us. It presents victory over sin because of
Christ's sacrifice. The Passover renews our commitment to let Jesus
Christ live His life in us. We are spiritual brethren. Jesus Christ is our
brother. The sacrifice of Jesus Christ is the cost of our relationship
with God. It is an annual reminder of glorious victory over sin.

Note: If you missed the passover services for health reasons, then
take the second passover 30 days later. Numbers 9:11

Begin The Passover Service:

1. Begin with an opening prayer. Request the presence of God the
Father to bless the service as you observe and commemorate the
sacrifice and death of His Son.


    Hebrews 10:1-7, 19-29

    I Corinthians 11:23-34

    Psalm 22:12-15, 17

    John 6:32-66

    Luke 22:7-30

    John 13:1-38      ( Admonition to love one another. I John 4:7-11)

    I Corinthians 5:7

    Psalm 51
2. The Foot Washing Performed:

  Philip 2:8         (The humility of Christ)

  Notes: one body of Christ - His church - The begotten family of
God. Miracle of healing.


    Matthew 26:17-30

    I Corinthians 10:16-17

    Isaiah 52:13-15; 53:3-12

    I Peter 2:2-25

    Mark 14:22-31

    Matthew 8:16-17

    Hebrew 4:14-16

3. Pray Over The Bread:

Bless the bread as a symbol of Christ's body broken for us. We must
be willing to suffer for righteousness' sake. Be thankful to God for His
mercy and healing.


    Exodus 12:10

    Psalm 103:1-3
4. Break the Unleavend Bread and Eat It:


    Romans 5:6-11

    Matthew 26:27-30

    Hebrew 9:11-15

   I John 1:5 through 2:2     (Sin is an ongoing battle. We continually
need Christ's sacrifice.)

    Ephesians 1:7

    Colosians 1:20-22

    I John 3:4

    Romans 7:13-14

    John 19:34

    Matthew 20:28       (Christ gave His life as a ransom for ours.)

(Spiritual sin imposes the penalty of the second death - eternal death.
Sin is the transgression of the law of God.)

5. Pray Over The Wine:

(Ask God to bless the wine as a symbol of Christ's Blood that was
shed for the remission of our sins. Jesus Christ washes us clean. We
are reconciled to God. It was Christ's will to submit to His Father's will
even to death.)

6. Drink The Wine:
Read Aloud John 13:18 through John 17:26

7. Sing A Hymn

     Read Matthew 26:27-30

     Mark 14:25-26

     Psalm 23

Offer a prayer of thanksgiving to God the Father and Jesus Christ.
Pray for family and relatives.


Psalms 139:23-24 "Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me,
and know my thoughts: And see if there be any wicked way in me,
and lead me in the way everlasting."

Colossians 1:13-14 "For he has rescued us from the dominion of
darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son he loves, in
whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins."

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