‘Why is this night different from all other nights?’
This question initiates one of the most significant elements of the Passover, reading the story of the Exodus from Egypt. You see, remembering what God has done, and passing those memories down through the generations, is one of the central pillars of the Jewish faith. It is how we recognize that the God of the Exodus – of miraculous deliverance, divine justice, and abounding mercy, is the same God who is alive and active today.
This Sunday we look at the account of God’s justice and mercy through the first Passover in our series, Ex: A Deliverance Deferred.