From Egypt to the Promised Land

Gerald E. Weston Published: April 9th, 2020

God’s Feast of Unleavened Bread, in which His people do not eat anything containing a leavening agent for seven days, may seem strange to most of the world—but in His word, God explicitly commands us to observe this Festival. Why? And what is the spiritual meaning behind it? In this sermon, Presiding Evangelist Gerald Weston exposes the patently pagan superstitions behind most of the world’s holidays, reveals the profoundly meaningful implications of God’s Feast of Unleavened Bread, and clearly explains how this Festival symbolizes our continuing journey out of spiritual Egypt and into the love and peace of the Promised Land. 


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