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Tuesday, December 13, 2016
The communion has its history and roots dating back to Israel’s deliverance from Egypt. The night before they were freed, each family was to kill a lamb, have bitter herbs and unleavened bread. They were commanded to observe this feast through their generation to remember their deliverance. The feast was to start with a week called the "Week of Unleavened Bread. Look to Exodus 12:1-4, Matthew 26:17-19, Luke 22:7-13.