Saturday, 12 March 2016

Covenant of Amazing Grace

The Paschal lamb finds its significance in the Passover feast when ancient Israel was rescued from Egypt by God’s mighty hand. I can’t also help but think of the fall when considering the thorns that inflict pain on the brow of the Saviour. In all of this & much, much more, the man of sorrows goes willingly to the cross. This act has God’s signature all over it, the God who redeems & saves, not only His children but also the creation. God has spoken to His people…Hallelujah, not a cold & lonely hallelujah, but one of victory & triumph & everlasting joy. The tomb is cold & lonely but he is not there. He is risen like the sun with all its glory as the shades of night flee away.Eph 2:11-22.


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