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Would you like to inherit forgiveness?


BroRando

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As the separation work of the wheat and the weeds come to their conclusion, a new separation work is poised to begin very soon. In order to come into line to have the opportunity to inherit this forgiveness, you must act now and do not delay. To begin your journey today, please take your first step by making arrangements to attend the Memorial of Jesus Christ.

The First Passover was establish in Egypt on Nisan 14th, 1513 B.C.E. Those who participated would have their Firstborn be Passed Over by the Destroyer to go on living. However, the Last Passover concluded on Nisan 14th, 33 C.E with the dismissal of an unfaithful apostle. Therefore, this Last Passover Meal was brought to its finish and is no longer valid.

WTS Quote: "After Jesus celebrated the Passover on Nisan 14, 33 C.E., he introduced a new observance: the Lord’s Evening Meal. (Luke 22:19, 20; 1 Corinthians 11:20) This meal replaced the Passover, since it commemorates the sacrifice of “Christ [the] Passover lamb.” (1 Corinthians 5:7) Jesus’ ransom sacrifice is superior to the Passover sacrifice in that it frees all people from slavery to sin and death.​Matthew 20:28; Hebrews 9:​15."

Today as Christians, we invite others to simply observe the Memorial of Jesus Christ that was instituted moments later after the Last Supper concluded. Therefore, if you choose to accept this personal invitation to keep on living, please feel free to come and learn more about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. In order for you and your family to be counted, you must be present. This forgiveness sets one free from the effects of sin and death to keep on living into Christ's Millennial Reign. Read more...

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