Saved Through One Passover

And it came to pass the selfsame day, that the LORD did bring the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt by their armies. -Exodus 12:51

“Ask them whence their victory came,
They with united breath
Ascribe their victory to the Lamb,
Their triumph in His death.”

One agonizing sacrifice, one death on Calvary, one bloody sweat on Gethsemane, one shriek of “It is finished.” consummated all the work of redemption. Oh! the precious blood of Christ! I love it when I think it saves one sinner; but oh! to think of the multitude of sinners that it saves! Beloved, we do not think enough of our Lord Jesus Christ; we have not half such an estimation of His precious person as we ought to have. We do not value His blood at the right price. Why, poor sinner, thou art saying this morning, “This blood cannot save me.” What! not save thee, when it is engaged to save thousands upon thousands, and myriads of myriads? Shall the shepherd who gathereth the whole flock together, and leadeth them unto the pastures lose a single lamb? Thou sayest, perhaps, “I am so little.” For that very reason then, thou dost not want so much of His power to take care of thee. “But,” says one, “I am so great a sinner.” Aye, then, so much the better, for He “came to save sinners, of whom I am chief,” said Paul; and He came to save thee. Ah! do not fear, ye sons of God; He who brought the Israelites all out in one night can bring you all out, though you are in the veriest bondage…this unworthy hand shall take the hand of the blessed St. Paul; they shall all be in heaven, shall all be redeemed, shall all be saved; but, mark you, through one sacrifice, one covenant, one blood, one Passover. ~ C.H. Spurgeon

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