“And Moses said to the people: “Remember this day in which you went out of Egypt, out of the house of bondage; for by strength of hand the LORD brought you out of this place. No leavened bread shall be eaten.”
-Bread in Hebrew is written as lacham which means loaf, provision, livelihood, support or a form of currency. There are different types of bread in the Bible eg. shew-bread which were twelve loaves of unleavened bread presented during Sabbath representing the twelve tribes of Israel, & was celebrated by Jesus & His disciples during the last super. Bread has also been used figuratively in such expressions as bread of sorrows (Psa 127:2), bread of tears (Psa 80:5), the bread of wickedness (Pro 4:17) & bread of deceit (Pro 20:17) etc.
-God ordered the Israelites to keep the feast of unleavened bread (Passover feast) in memory of their deliverance from Egypt the house of bondage. Jesus, born in Bethlehem (the house of bread) became the bread of life & the sacrificial Lamb that we may partake of Him & have everlasting life. The Passover feast also reminds us of the presence of God in our lives & His love by delivering us from sin & calls us to offer our bodies as a living sacrifice holy & acceptable to Him (Rom 12:1).
You are the King of kings & Lord of lords Father, we praise Your holy name. Thank You Father for giving us this new day, good health & Your salvation upon our lives, all glory belongs to You. We confess all our sins & humbly ask You to purify us from all uncleanliness by Your precious blood Father. We offer our bodies as living sacrifices holy, acceptable to You, grant us Your mercy Lord. Pour your blood merciful Jesus on the door posts of our families, door posts of our country, door post of our friendships & marriages, door posts of our hearts & protect us from all evil. We praise You & magnify You Father now & forever. Amen
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