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Resurrection of Jesus celebrated during Passover weekend in Tekwane South

The Living Way Tabernacle Church recently observed Passover and celebrated Jesus Christ with worship, praise and Holy Communion.

Many Christian churches celebrated Passover over the past weekend while they taught about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Passover was observed from March 29 to 31, when some people visited gravesites to pay homage to their late beloved, attended conventions at churches or observed the occasion in other ways.

One of these churches that hosted a convention was the Living Way Tabernacle Church in Tekwane South. Lowvelder visited the church as it celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Sunday.

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The senior pastor of the church, Pr Muzi Duba, taught the congregants about overcoming limitations as a believer as part of his message based on Scriptures, Luke 8: 2, 3 and Luke 24: 1-8.

Swazi Fakude.

“Christ was not limited to his tomb in which He was buried after his crucifixion. He conquered his limitations. We need to stretch our faith and trust God that He will do anything for us just like He has resurrected Jesus. No one could imagine what He had done, and today we stand with some sort of knowledge of what He is capable of. Therefore, do not limit God; believe He will do exceedingly above and beyond for yourself. There is nothing impossible with God,” Duba said.

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The church also partook in Holy Communion, as many churches usually do on the third day of the Passover, and afterwards feasted on a Sunday lunch as part of the celebration.

Sphumelele Maphanga.

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