Rahab and the Crimson Cord

Just as the Israelites were told to remain in their houses with the crimson blood of the Lamb painted on the door posts, and just as Rahab was told to remain in her room with the crimson cord tied to the window, so we must be under the protecting, saving power of the crimson blood […]

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Jesus in the Life of Joshua

It has been said that Jesus pervades the Old Testament the way that salt pervades the ocean, and in the introduction to the book of Joshua, we once again see this truth come to light.  Join Pastor Dave Leandre as he takes us through some of the comparisons between Joshua and Christ and learn how, through […]

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Jesus in the Tabernacle

Exodus 25:8 “And let them make me a sanctuary, that I may dwell in their midst.”  The Tabernacle was constructed to be the dwelling place of God among his people.  But more than just an ornate, intricately designed structure, the Tabernacle finds its true fulfillment in Jesus Christ, the Word who became flesh and dwelt among us. […]

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Moses and the Passover

Exodus chapter 12 presented us with the first instance of the Passover. As Christians, we take communion to look back and remember the death of Jesus on our behalf. Through the yearly Passover, Israel looked forward to this very same event. They may not have understood what it was all about, but we certainly should […]

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“Jesus In It All” – Introduction

The Bible is not merely a history book, a collection of individual stories; rather it is one story – the story of redemption.  In this overview, Pastor Dave briefly covers some of the major types of Christ found in the Word, from cover to cover, and implores us to begin to not just see Jesus […]

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