The Meaning of the Days of Unleavened Bread
There are seven festivals in the Bible that picture steps in God’s salvation plan. Since Jesus Christ is the focal point of that plan, He is also the focal point of each festival. Perhaps that is one reason why the New Testament church observed all seven of these God-given Biblical Festivals.
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We’ve said that all the festivals of God picture a major aspect of the plan that God is working with humankind – the salvation plan. Which part of the plan is pictured by the Days of Unleavened Bread? That’s the question we’re going to answer today.
I want to start with three words used in the Bible – three words that encompass the entire plan of God. Do you know what they are? Justification, sanctification and glorification. Let’s take a look at each one of them in the Bible. Let’s look at justification first. Romans 4:25, I believe it is. It says: