The first of the seven feasts given to the Hebrew nation is Passover. It celebrates the Israelites deliverance from bondage. Yeshua celebrated the Passover with His disciples at the Last Supper (Matthew 26:17-30). Later, He fulfilled it (1 Cor. 5:7). Today, Passover is celebrated at a special dinner called the Seder (Order). This dinner involves symbolic foods that remind Jewish families of their deliverance out of Egypt. The Passover is an image of the promised Messiah, who, as the final sacrifice, delivered us and saved us from our sin (John 1:29).
Passover has been celebrated yearly for approximately 3,500 years. It celebrates the Israelites deliverance from bondage – a story of redemption through the blood of a lamb. Passover has since been fulfilled in Yeshua, “Messiah has become our Passover” (1 Cor. 5:7). Jesus died for us on Passover, redeeming us with His blood. He is the fulfillment of Passover, and is referred to as “the lamb of God” 29 times in the book of Revelation.
My tears dried up! I was renewed!
I have learned so much and will never be the same!
GOD has changed many lives through your messages in our village.
Rabbi, thank you for boldly proclaiming truth!
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Monday was the first day that Karina has not felt pain in her hip, that was the day your ministry prayed for her.
Now I can truly see myself as a child of Abraham.
PRAISE GOD the MRI showed no signs of any growth! Thank you so much for your prayers.