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Tynesha Claiborne February 9, 2019 at 5:31 pm

Hi, great article, so I have a question on regards to Christians celebrating Passover and my question is this: is it a requirement of salvation? Someone invited me to their church and she was talking about how you have no salvation if you don’t participate in the Passover and someone even went so far as to say that you only have eternal life for a year at a time and it has to be “renewed” at Passover every year and if you miss it that year and later on you die or Christ returns then you’re pretty much lost, what are your thoughts on this? Its just not what I was taught growing up

Jack Wellman February 9, 2019 at 5:46 pm

Hello Tynesha. I don’t believe keeping the Passover is required but were for the Jews, and for us, a reminder that God has “passed over” our sins because of Jesus life, death, and resurrection. There is nothing to miss by not observing it, or Resurrection Sunday, as we call it at our church. What you were taught may have been wrong. Colossians 2 and Galatians 4 address the issues of feast or holy days. They are not required for us.

Tynesha Claiborne February 10, 2019 at 2:35 pm

Thank you for your response! I thought it was so strange when she told me I didn’t really have eternal life and that I could get baptized and get a “reprieve” until Passover and have temporary protection and if I miss It then I lose it, which is contrary to what I I’ve learned. She also said that worshiping on Sunday is dome in vain because it is not the true Sabbath say





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