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There is a relationship. When Jesus came to earth, His ultimate purpose was to bring to the Father those who would turn to Him. This is stated in many places. First Peter 3:18 says: For Christ also died for sins once for all, the just for the unjust, in order that He might bring us to God. . (nas) Why did Jesus die? That He might bring us to God. Jesus was not the end, He was the way. He said that Himself, emphatically, in John 14:6: Jesus said ... " (nas) Jesus is the way, but the Father is the destination.
Then we move on into the history of the nation of Israel and find them enslaved in Egypt under darkness and oppression. God made provision for their deliverance through the sacrifice of the Passover lamb. The ultimate point of separation between Israel and Egypt was the Passover, which made provision for the deliverance of every Israelite family. The destroying angel came into every Egyptian home and slew the firstborn. But because of the blood of the Passover lamb, the destroying angel was not allowed to visit or destroy in any Israelite household.
All of that is wonderful, but it stops short of God's purpose. God's purpose is not merely that we should come to the Son, but that through the Son we should come to the Father. There is something beautiful about the language of Jesus in the prayer He prayed in John 17. This prayer opens with the word "Father" and it occurs six more times in the prayer. Jesus speaks about having made known the name of God to His disciples. "I manifested Thy name to the men whom Thou gavest Me out of the world. .