Behold The Lamb

And looking at Jesus as He walked, he said,
"Behold the Lamb of God!" {John 1:36}

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In the days of the temple, Jerusalem bustled as
hundreds of thousands of worshippers poured
into the city to purchase Passover lambs. God's
instructions were specific...the animals had to be
without blemish {Deut. 17:1}. So a few days prior
to Passover, lambs were herded into the city for
Levites to examine for defects or disease. The
priests separated the spotless lambs from the
unsuitable ones so that the Lord's commandment
could be honored.

At the Temple Mount. each family patriarch discussed
with a priest how many would share his Passover table.
The Levite priest then surveyed the flock to find one young
sheep suitable for each man's need. When he had found the
right one. he would point and proclaim, "Behold the lamb!"

In the fullness of time, God sent His own spotless Lamb, and a
Levite named John the Baptist made a wondrous proclamation
not for one man's family, but for all mankind. He saw Jesus coming
toward him and said, "Behold! The Lamb of God who takes away
the sin od the world!" {John 1:29}.

This remarkable portrait of Salvation, as Israel passed over from
bondage to redemption, is made more meaningful through the
sacrifice od the Lamb of God, Jesus the Messiah. A Lamb without
blemish has been chosen for you. Behold the Lamb!

May the Lord richly bless you!

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