The Light of Christ Journey

Encouraging people on their journey with Christ

Do you have trouble remembering things? There is a book called 21 Memory Techniques, which says do this to remember. Researchers say that we forget most newly learned information within a few hours or at most a couple days. While these techniques can be helpful to memorize facts and remember grocery lists, God put a …

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We like to shop at a large warehouse retailer, but we must have a membership to do so. Their defining membership is a card that you must show to enter the store. If you don’t have a membership, you can’t purchase anything from their store. Many clubs and even churches have ways to define their …

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Many people today have taken advantage of DNA testing to gain information from generation to generation. DNA data bases tell statistically what countries your ancestors came from. Some people have been surprised how some information had gotten lost in the past generations. Unleavened Bread to be Kept from Generation to Generation Exodus 12: 14b Each …

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There are many kinds of bread ranging from sour to sweet. Sourdough is considered old fashioned in our day, but in the time of the Exodus, that was the only type of yeasted bread known. The baker would set aside a lump of dough to be used in the next batch of bread. I have …

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Matzo or unleavened bread is pierced and striped. In order for it to bake evenly, it must have holes poked into it. Then as it is baking, some areas will become browner than other areas. This gives the matzo a striped look. Prophecy about Jesus being Pierced and Striped Isaiah 53: He was despised and …

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In the Feast of Unleavened Bread, the Jews were to remove the leaven from their houses. This wasn’t just to clean their houses. In Scripture, leaven is often used to represent sin. God was using an everyday object, leavened bread, to act as an object lesson for His people. He was freeing them from the …

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Ready to roll is an idiom meaning “eager and prepared to take action” or “ready to leave a certain place” Last week we learned about the Passover. It was now time for the 10th plague, the plague of the first born. God had already prepared His people to be safe by telling them to paint …

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