Journey to the 10 — First day of Feast of Unleavened Bread and the meaning of ‘leaven’

Today is the 15th day of the first month of God’s year (Exodus 12). We are continuing our “Journey To the 10” which is the retelling of the journey from Egypt to Sinai. This discussion explores the meaning of leaven that God wants believers to remove from their lives.

Texts: 1st Corinthians 11; Exodus. 13; 1st Corinthians 5; Matt. 16:1-12; 2nd Tim. 2:18-21

Thought Questions

What are we supposed to examine?

How do we examine ourselves?

Why do we need to examine ourselves?

Why no unleavened bread?

What does leaven do?

What is the penalty for eating the unleavened bread?

What does it mean to be “cut off”?

How do we purge out the leaven?

What is sincerity and truth?

Why do we need sincerity and truth?

Where do we find sincerity and truth?

What is the firstborn?

Why is the firstborn important and relevant?

What is the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees?

What is the “large house” Paul shows Timothy?

What are the vessels of honor vs. dishonor?

Speaker: Richard Agee.


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