Wednesday, August 01, 2012

Why We Don't Sacrifice Animals Anymore

When the Israelites were slaves in Egypt under Pharaoh, God sent a plague across the land where the firstborn son in every household died, except for those who were covered by the blood of a slain lamb, and out of which the tradition of Passover comes. Years later, we Christians don't sacrifice animals, though, because there's already been one Lamb whose blood covers us all.

This clip is from the sermon "How Jesus Taught the Bible," preached by Pastor Mark Driscoll at Mars Hill Church Ballard in Seattle, Washington on November 13, 2011. This is the 99th and penultimate sermon in our sermon series on the Gospel of Luke.

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