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Memorable Scripture: Two Calves and a Feast

Therefore the king asked advice, made two calves of gold, and said to the people, “It is too much for you to go up to Jerusalem. 269 more words

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Our Lord Jesus Christ the Eternal High Priest

It’s not often we witness two new liturgical celebrations introduced into the Calendar in one week.  In fact, it’s quite historic.  On Monday, for the first time, we celebrated the Memorial of Our Lady, Mother of the Church; and today we observe, again for the first time, The Feast of Our Lord Jesus Christ, The Eternal High Priest.  626 more words

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Eliminating Leaven: Why

Scroll down for last year’s posts on When and How to remove leaven from your home before Passover (Pesach). Here let us deal with the Why. 315 more words

Yah's girl reblogged this on yahstruetorahgirlsblog and commented:

Even though Passover is just over, I am working on a blog about what I can learn form the Feast. This re-blog is subject-related, and worth a read.

FEAST OF JESUS CHRIST, THE ETERNAL AND HIGH PRIEST.

FEAST OF JESUS CHRIST, THE ETERNAL AND HIGH PRIEST.

This is a Roman Catholic moveable liturgical feast celebrated annually on the first Thursday after Pentecost. Approval for this feast was first granted by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments in 1987. 113 more words

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The Forgotten Person

Some theologians have referred to the Holy Spirit as the Forgotten Person of the Trinity.

Christians are hardly likely to forget the Holy Spirit, since they make the sign of the cross thousands of times a year. 885 more words

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“Two young people fell in love, and we all turned up”

There is little doubt that Meghan and Harry have set the standard for a reformed and more progressive British monarchy with their gorgeously diverse and inclusive wedding ceremony. 287 more words

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Celebrating Pentecost

At sundown yesterday, Jews around the world launched commemoration of Shavuot (Feast of Weeks), known to Christians as Pentecost.  It is the fourth of seven major feasts, all of which point to Jesus, the Messiah.  36 more words

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