A snapshot into what her future held...

A snapshot into what her future held...
Zhukovka, Russia

Monday, April 14, 2014

A Modern-Day Passover Celebration!

Any idea what the above is?

Ok, check out the below...

 It was Evan's idea that for one of our Passover meals this week, 
that we use french fries as our houses,
and put ketchup above our doorways, 
signifying how the Israelites prevented the angel of death from coming in.

Do you see it now?

 Then they are to take some of the blood and put it on the sides 
and tops of the doorframes of the houses where they eat the lambs.
Exodus 12:7

By the way, the first photo above is Evan's house,
the second is Karrigan's house,
the photo below is my house (turned on it's side)...

And, also, on it's side is Karis' house which is really cool with it's triangular roof!

 Since my husband was working tonight, and Miss Karrigan had soccer, we decided McDonald's was an easy option to begin our Passover celebration.

Our family traditions for the Passover aren't actually "traditional"... as you can see.

We are modern-day Christians celebrating the 
New Testament Passover 
which freed us from the darkness of sin.
Thank you, our King of Kings, Lord of Lords... JESUS...
for finding us worthy enough to free.

So, we pray at our booth, inside McDonald's...
We remember the blood of the Lamb that was shed, 
in both the Old Testament and 
New Testament
(Jesus is the lamb)...

And we talk about what a special week it is... 
Passover begins at sundown!

Who says you can't celebrate the Passover at McDonald's?

Somehow, I don't think Jesus minds.

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