Daddy, why should we keep the Days of Unleavened Bread?
Dexter H Faulkner
The Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread, and all of God's other Holy Days, are deeply meaningful to God's true people. But how much meaning do they have for our children, those young ones whose teaching God says is our responsibility ? Do we ourselves deeply understand God's Holy Days? And, most important, do we set the proper example in observing these days? Do we take them seriously? Unless we do, how can we effectively express to our children the significance of God's master plan? Ancient Israel's example. The ancient Israelites, in slavery in Egypt, certainly were forced to take God's plan seriously when God began to work with them. Times of national crisis - war, economic depression, enslavement of one nation by another - are probably harder on children than on any other single group within a nation. Without a doubt this was true during ancient Israel's hard bondage in Egypt...
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