Passover for Third Graders–Cameron Fultz

Cameron Fultz is a friend and author of several books, including Jesus Pictures.  Jesus Pictures looks at the stories in the Bible as pictures of Jesus.  We have not fully understood any passage of the Bible until we’ve seen Jesus in it.  This is only possible as the Holy Spirit reveals Christ to our hearts through the…

What the Cross Means to Me–Katie McKamey

Above are my daughter’s beautiful thoughts about the cross.  She wrote it as part of an assignment for the Christian school she attends around Easter last year.  I posted it previously but I think of her words often.  They never fail to touch my heart.  May the reality of God’s love and Jesus’s sacrifice touch…

These Are the Wounds

For Good Friday, I wanted to share the words of a song the Lord gave me years ago. These are the wounds that I received in the house of my friends who turned against me. He with whom I ate bread has lifted his hand against me, and I am lonely. But the Spirit of…

I AM the Door

Originally posted on My utmost 4 His garbage can :
“Truly, truly I say unto you, I am The Door of the sheep” Jn. 10:7. Jesus is the Passover door. And the cross is the fulfillment of it. I want you to see that there may have actually been a cross painted in blood on the Passover…

Passover

Picture from: http://www.hopeofisraelministries.com/passoverpesach.htm Some time ago, one of my readers asked me to post excerpts from my booklet, Christ in the Feasts.  What follows is from the section on Passover. *** Passover Judaism’s annual cycle of feasts had its roots in Egypt’s oppression of the Israelites.  Prior to the exodus, the Hebrew people had been slaves for…

Christ in the Feasts

In December of 2011, the Lord drew me to study the seven feasts that Israel observed (see Leviticus 23).  Throughout 2012, I studied the feasts off and on.  My church also let me teach about each feast as it came up on the calendar.  Gradually, I organized my notes into a new booklet, and I’m…