3 Days that Changed the World

Two thousand and seventeen years ago, preparations were being made

to celebrate Passover.   Today, many Jewish families also are celebrating

this traditional holiday, an unbroken chain actually going back

more than 3000 years.

Jesus wanted to celebrate one last Passover with his disciples and

made arrangements to meet together the final Thursday of his life.

It ended up being the night he was betrayed.

It also was the night Jesus instituted what we now know as

“The Lords Supper ” or “Holy Communion”.   Jesus didn’t want to

leave us without this meaningful sacrament.

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Author: heresyourhopesite

Published author, mother, grandmother and person who has been through the " dark night in the soul" - I try to make each day a day that I become more grateful for what I have going right in my life instead of falling into the trap of getting hyper-focused on what is wrong... I hope to share some of what has worked for me, and learn how others have managed as well...

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