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Jesus Passover

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We hereby invite the public to the Feast of Jesus Passover in December 2021. There will be a 21-day fellowship with the Lord and celebration of the blood of Jesus Christ.
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Literally, Passover would mean for something to skip over a person, but it carries a weightier biblical connotation. The Israelites had lived at the mercy of the Egyptian taskmasters, who had afflicted them cruelly for over 400 years.

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