I love history. There is something about discovering gems of what has gone before and how it impacts my life today that really excites me. So recently, as I gathered with my Bible study group, I was surprised when one lady suggested Christians should no longer hold Passover celebrations. While I know without a doubt Jesus fulfilled the need for Passover (Luke 22:14-23) and instituted The Lord’s Supper (1 Corinthians 11:17-24), I love marvelling over God’s careful design seen in the Passover tradition and how the Israelites were given this tradition to remember who God is and what he had done (Exodus 12). As Easter is almost here for another year, I have been thinking about how to institute family traditions to truly give Easter the celebratory focus and remembrance that it should have.

Read the rest of What Your Easter Celebrations Reveal About You on the Thinking of God website.