Passover and The Feast of Unleavened Bread (4 pack)
Passover is celebrated each year on the first full moon of spring and is followed by The Feast of Unleavened Bread. This feast is a memorial to the Lord’s deliverance of His people from their cruel bondage in Egypt. The crimson swashes represent the blood of a sacrificial lamb applied to their doorposts so that God passed over them when destruction came.
Jesus the Messiah is the Lamb that was slain for all humankind. When we receive Him, His blood covers our hearts, and we are delivered from the bondage of our rebellion and death. This was God’s plan of redemption, salvation Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah alone!
Inside greeting: Blessings at Passover!
Inside upper: A list of Scripture references with Artist’s Notes
Card-back: Devotional connections from the Old and New Testaments
Each high-quality art card measures 5½ by 8½ inches and includes envelopes.