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Selections From The Messiah

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    It is clear that this was a spiritual vision and a scene of the Kingdom. Wherefore did the Messiah bid them to keep this hidden, “till the Son of Man were risen from the dead,” 1 —that is, until the Cause of God should be exalted, and the Word of God prevail, and the reality of Christ rise up.
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    MESSIAH - PART 4 ATONEMENT/SALVATION THROUGH TIME (Last updated 12/7/01) LESSONS FROM ABRAHAM AND THE AKEIDAH. The concept of God "providing His own salvation," (see previous citation from Zohar, Shemoth, Section 2, Page 56a), ties back to the Akeidah, Abraham's binding of his son Isaac upon the altar. (The Akeidah (Genesis 22) is read every year at the Feast of Rosh haShana.
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    The season of Lent invites Christ followers into a sacred space of worship and contemplation. More than just a period of abstaining from social media or sweets (or whatever else might entice you), Lent is a meaningful liturgical season of anticipating the focal point of our faith: Christ’s sacrifice for us and the hope for all his death and resurrection represents, the Lamb who was slain for.

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