Jesus and Unleavened Bread
In 2 Timothy 4:3-4 Paul warned Timothy that Christians will “accumulate for themseleves teachers to suit their own passions, and will turn awy from listening to the truth and wander off into myths. That’s really spooky when you consider that all the Christian holidays are based on myths.
Surely God has something more relevant that that for us. Learn more about it in Jesus and Unleavened Bread.
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We’re going through a series about the biblical holy days and showing that Jesus is connected, in a New Testament way, to all of them. Why would that be important? Well, most people think the biblical holy days are actually Jewish holy days, not realizing that the New Testament church observed them. If we hope to help others understand about the holy days and the truth that they show us, then we have to show relevance to Christianity. Sometimes, however, even if they know that they’re New Testament days, they still don’t see the relevance, because they believe the church has the right to make changes in the religion that Jesus brought. So let’s address that issue first.
Does the church have the right to change the religion – the faith and practice – that Jesus Christ brought to the earth? Let’s look in Mark 7, and verse 1. It says: