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Daily Devotional | The Passover Lamb

  • July 24, 2021 | Psalm 6:4

God had heard the cries of His people Israel in bondage in Egypt. He’d sent Moses to Pharaoh with the message, “Let my people go!” He’d also sent increasingly serious plagues to match Pharaoh’s increasingly hardened heart and to demonstrate to everyone that the gods of Egypt could not and would not prevail. Today’s narrative retells the climax of this drama. There would be one more plague to settle things: God would send an angel on a mission of death— to kill every firstborn son from the palace to the slums, throughout the land of Egypt.

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Do you ever think of yourself as a sheep?

Maybe that doesn’t sound very flattering. But the Bible often refers to us as sheep: lost, wandering, and easily distracted. We are sheep in need of a shepherd! In John 10:11, Jesus says, “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.”

We hope you’ll join us this month, for Following the Good Shepherd authored by Dr. Bradley Baurain. Discover what the Bible teaches about sheep and shepherds. Find the encouragement you need to trust and rejoice in God as He leads you. And, celebrate God’s plan of redemption through Christ, the perfect sacrificial and conquering Lamb.

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