March 30, 2018

Maundy Thursday

Two thousand years ago Jesus and his best friends, the disciples, were enjoying a meal known as the Passover, you see Passover was a time where the ancient Israelites looked and remembered to how God had delivered them from their physical slavery and their bondage in the land of Egypt. Now Jesus is about to fulfill the meaning of Passover and bring deliverance to people who are spiritually and emotionally enslaved to all sorts of vices. Just as Jesus fulfilled the meaning of Passover thousands of years, He is still able to bring fulfillment and freedom in your life today.

What areas of your life do you feel trapped and captive to? Maybe it’s an addiction, maybe it’s a broken outlook on life, you name it. Whatever you’re holding on to, leave it at the cross just as we did this past Palm Sunday and rejoice in the fact that Christ sacrificed himself for us.

Come celebrate this gift that our savior has given us this weekend and experience Easter at Cornerstone! Extend an invitation to your friends and family to join you at our Baxter Campus in Wildomar with this Facebook Event or invite them to join you at our Menifee Campus. We can’t wait to share what we have planned!


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