Did you know that our own word PASKO (Christmas) was derived from the word PASCHAL, which in turn was derived from PASSOVER LAMB? Here’s then the Bible’s true meaning of the word “PASKO”.
During the time of Moses, about 3,500 years ago (and prior to their deliverance by GOD from their 400 years bondage of slavery in Egypt), each Israelite family was instructed to offer and kill a lamb without defect, and sprinkle its blood on their doorposts. When GOD saw the blood, He “passed over” and did not kill their firstborn son. However, since there was no blood on the doorposts of Egyptian families, their firstborn son died, from the firstborn son of an Egyptian slave up to the firstborn son of the Egyptian Pharaoh. (Exodus 12).
The Bible – the Word of GOD – tells us that Jesus Christ is the final Passover Lamb ( 1 Corinthians 5: 7), the Lamb of GOD who takes away the sins of the world. (John 1: 29).
So, come next Christmas (PASKO), don’t just think of the babe in the manger. But rather, think of Jesus Christ as the ascended Lord of Lords and the King of Kings who reigns in Heaven now. Be sure that He is your merciful and graceful Savior now or else, He’ll be your Judge without mercy and grace someday.
Eventually, whether we like it or not, when we die someday, each of us will stand before GOD. The question is: What does GOD see when He looks at you: Your good works mixed with your sins (like dirty rags in GOD’s sight) or the righteousness/ unblemished blood of Jesus Christ, the final Passover Lamb, covering all your sins?
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