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Unleavened Bread

"Therefore let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, nor with the leaven of malice and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth." (1 Corinthians 5:8, NKJV)
These seven days of self-examination during the Feast of Unleavened Bread prove invaluable in helping us to devote our lives to God and Jesus Christ. They also also picture our eventual triumph over sin, made possible through the sacrifice and aid of Jesus Christ.
Anticipating the Spring Feast
As winter draws to a close and spring begins to make its appearance, we realize that the Passover and Feast of...
Bunny Rabbit or Unleavened Bread?
People like to think that they have good reason for what they do. Why then do they observe Easter with coloure...
Don't Bite Your Tongue
I have a problem. It’s not until you try to fix a problem that you realize how deep the issue runs and how hard it...
Grandma’s Lectures
Grandma was only 17 when she married my grandfather who was 31. That formed the background for many lectures...
Leaven: the Puffed-Up Principle
Have you ever watched bread dough after it is set in a warm place rise, or watched with anticipation through t...
Let Us Keep the Feast
God created mankind with free moral agency – the ability to choose between right and wrong, good and evil. Wh...
Man’s Duties in God’s Plan
What is the Feast of Unleavened Bread? How do we keep these feast days? What is their significance to mankind...
Preparation for Passover and Unleavened Bread
It is easy to get overwhelmed this time of year. We have to clean our residences stem to stern as well as prepar...
Preparing for the Spring Feasts
Our Father God, and His son Jesus Christ, are Master teachers. They who created us, know that we learn best wh...
Search and Examine
Have you ever searched for something you knew you had, but just could not discover where it was hiding? Sever...
Spiritual Diagnosis
In 1998, I suffered a major heart attack. Then in 2013 I had a pulmonary embolism (blood clot in lung). Follow...
Spring Cleaning
Cleaning prior to Unleavened Bread can be a chore to dread or a wonderful way to augment our preparation for P...
Spring Holy Days
God created man in His own image and likeness (Genesis 1:26-27) from the dust of the ground with the great pur...
The Bread of Affliction
Some of the foods many of us enjoy today were those we had to acquire a taste for. Do you remember the first time...
The Hope and Promise of Spring
There is so much hope and promise associated with spring. As a person ages, winter seems to last longer. Virt...
The Leaven of the Third Person Defense
At Unleavened Bread we focus a lot on what the apostle Paul had to say about spiritual leaven.“Therefore let...
The Renewal of Spring
Do you remember the first set of plans you ever saw? Do you remember the first set of plans you ever had in your h...
Them and Us
It is said the lesson of history is that men do not learn the lessons of history, which may be true, but God requ...
What Do You Mean, Believe?
Many have been told that all they need to do is believe in God to be saved and to receive the benefit of all His pr...
What Does Unleavened Bread Teach Us?
All New Testament instruction harmonizes perfectly with the Old Testament, because the God of the Old Test...
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