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                                                                                               Don’t be deceived
         The Christian festival of                                                             Matthew 24: 4-5
   Easter celebrates the                                                           “And Jesus answered and said unto them,
   resurrection of Jesus Christ.                                                      Take heed that no man deceive you.
   The spring festival has its roots                                                  For many shall come in my name,
   in the Jewish Passover, which                                                 saying, I am Christ, and shall deceive many.”
   commemorates Israel's                                                        I went down to the Stroh’s Barber Shop to get a hair cut recently. The
   deliverance from the bondage                                             temperature that day was below zero, but the sun was shining. As I was
   of Egypt, and in the Christian                                           getting my hair cut one of the guy’s mentioned as he was looking out the
   reinterpretation of its meaning                                          window, that with the sun shining it looked like a perfectly, nice, warm
   after the crucifixion of Jesus                                           day. The barber cutting my hair spoke up and said yes it does, but looks
   during the Passover of AD c.30                                           can be deceiving.
                                                                                As we go through life, we must be careful that we are not deceived by
   and the proclamation of his
                                                                            men. There are those who would say that the Bible is unreliable and not
   resurrection three days later.                                           trustworthy. but I believe that there is God in Heaven who is all wise
                                                                            and wouldn’t leave His creatures with no message and no answers to
         Easter Day is currently determined as the first Sunday             life.
   after the full moon on or after March 21. The Eastern                          God is all powerful and I believe He has protected His word and
   Orthodox churches, however, follow the Julian rather than                preserved His word and what it says is true. Don’t be deceived by man,
   the Gregorian calendar, so their celebration usually falls               take God at His Word, for God cannot lie.
   several weeks later than the Western Easter. Easter is                                                           Pastor Thomas Baker
   preceded by the period of preparation called Lent.                                                               Pastor of Bethel Baptist Church
                                                                                                                    of Camp Douglas



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