Posted by: Apostolic Oneness Pentecostals | March 17, 2010

Passion Week Is Coming Up (Dates To Remember)

Palm Sunday March 28th, 2010

Good Friday April 2nd, 2010

Easter Sunday April 4th, 2010

Pentecost Sunday May 23, 2010

Our Lord Jesus Christ did some extremely important things so that you and I could have a right to everlasting life. It is during this time of year, Christians all over the world reflect on how good God truly is. While it is not mandated in the scriptures to physically mark your calendars and do something special during what we call “holy” days, our traditions we have made does cause us to reflect on certain events that have taken place in times of old. Now, we ARE to commemorate the death burial and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ by doing something we call communion (Read Matthew 26:26-29, Mark 14:22-25, Luke 22:19-20).

This time of year is a joyous time that we reflect on how Jesus the man laid His life down for us and then He picked it right back up on the third day. No other God has been able to successfully lay his life down for anyone recorded in history besides the Lord Jesus Christ and it is for that reason we worship and adore and magnify the Name of the Lord. No other God will even allow you to be endowed by his spirit. Only the Spirit of Christ can endow a person to guarantee them success in this present life and the life to come. We do have a blessed hope! Because of Jesus’ triumphal entry as King of Kings (Palm Sunday) the Death (Good Friday), Resurrection (Easter) and Descent of the Holy Ghost (Pentecost Sunday) we all get to have eternal life.

Take some time this Holy Christian Season to reflect on the wonderful things our God has done for us and then share them with someone so that they too can know, they have a Saviour who offers life eternal.


  1. Great article, Bro! The inclusion of dates is very much appreciated. That’s very helpful. It’s like I know that these important events are coming up soon, but I didn’t know exactly when. Thanks.

    “Everyone should attend a Pentecostal church on Pentecost Sunday!”


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