Rev. Gary Kennedy reminds us of the days when we were children and people dressed up for church and church was the place to be on Sunday morning and the place to go to make connections if you are new to town. While sharing Paul’s message to the early church when he summed up the commandments with the sentence, “Love Your Neighbor as Yourself,” Rev. Kennedy reminds us of the importance of remembering our story, our history. Without the reminders of our story, our lives have no meaning. Recalling the old testament Passover when the tenth plague (the death angel) passed over the homes that were protected by the blood of the sacrificial lamb, we are then guided to Jesus when he proclaimed himself to be the final sacrificial lamb. The blood of Jesus became our protection. There truly is power in the blood of the Lamb (Jesus).