Search ResultsAsh Wednesday A sermon starter and commentary by Marvin McMickle on 2 Corinthians 5:20b–6:10, for Ash Wednesday in the African American Lectionary.
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See more hymns... Feeding a multitude and the Passover Brian Peterson observes that only John's account of Jesus' feeding of the multitude (6:1-21) notes its proximity to the Passover festival; and John's story "overflows with echoes of the Passover event." Plagues and Passover This sermon-starter and commentary on Exodus 12:1-14 reflects on the Israelites’ escape from Egypt, focusing on both the plagues and the Passover. Passover With Disciples Before the Passover meal, the disciples murmur and become distressed as Jesus announces that one of them will betray Him Awakening and the Passover This commentary by James C. Howell on Romans 13:8-14 and Exodus 12 discusses the nature of spiritual awakening and how to encounter the Passover meal as a Christian without adopting supersessionist theology. The politics of the Passover Commenting on Luke 19:28-40, Michael Joseph Brown discusses the political implications of the Passover when Jesus made his triumphal entry into Jerusalem. The Holy Eucharist: Central Sacrament Pre-figured in the First Passover The Eucharist is the fulfillment of the Passover sacrifice which Christ, through his death and resurrection, perfected. Jayson Brunelle explains this profound connection in light of John 6. Comparing Passover and the Death of Jesus Mark D. Roberts writes about the establishment of Passover (Exodus 12:14), reflecting on the important similarities and differences between the Exodus and the death of Jesus. Hezekiah Reinitiates the Passover Hezekiah celebrates the Passover as a part of his religious reforms