The Feast of Unleavened Bread begins the day after Passover and lasts for seven days (Lev. 23:6-8). Throughout the week, Jewish Families remove all leaven from their homes and eat only unleavened bread, called Matzah. In preparing for their deliverance from Egypt, God instructed the children of Israel, “when you hear my voice, leave in haste and do not wait for the bread to rise” (Deut. 16:3). Instant obedience was required, in order for them to be delivered. Yeshua is the fulfillment of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. At Passover, Yeshua took the Matzah and breaking it said, “take this Matzah and eat, this is My body which is given for you”(Luke 22:19). He is the perfectly obedient One, Whose obedience, to the point of His death on the cross, saved us!
Throughout the week after Passover, Jewish families remove all leaven from their homes and eat only unleavened bread called Matzah. This Matzah is pierced and striped – a symbol of Yeshua on the cross. We find in the Scriptures that leaven is used as a symbol for sin (1 Corinthians 5:6-7). Removing leaven from our home is a symbol of purifying our lives of sin. Yeshua came so that all our sins may be washed away.
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