Tag Archives: Pesach

Should Christians celebrate Passover?

A recent commenter on my blog asked the question, “Should Christians celebrate Passover?”  While this is certainly a controversial topic, it is absolutely one that needs to be visited on a regular basis, and the answer needs to be Scriptural, … Continue reading

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Come, let us go up!!

Recently, I shared a terrific series concerning the debate about making regular pilgrimages to Jerusalem for the feasts.  As previously shared, Bob Parham demonstrates with clarity that the eleven most common objections do not hold water when held to the … Continue reading

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Second Passover: Sundown, May 22, 2016

Is the Second Passover significant? Quite possibly, it is VERY significant.  Consider, Numbers 9:1-15. ….Then Yehovah spoke to Moses, saying, 10 “Speak to the sons of Israel, saying, ‘If any one of you or of your generations becomes unclean because of … Continue reading

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Evangelism, Heresy and the Eighth Article

I have a friend, Tom, who just returned from his 15th or 20th trip to Israel.  He is a believer in Yeshua who looks very much like an Orthodox brother of Judah. For the last five or six years he … Continue reading

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Christian Seders a Growing Phenomenon

Breaking Israel News (BIN) has a terrific article up this morning that delves in the Seder observance of Messianic and Hebrew roots believers.  I appreciate Eliyahu, the author, giving us a fair shake and accurately reflecting our position, even if … Continue reading

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Seudat Moshiach!! (Feast of the Messiah)

The eighth day of Passover (Unleavened) is often celebrated with a big feast called Seudat Moshiach.  The Feast of the Messiah was instituted by Rabbi Yisroel ben Eliezer, better known as Baal Shem Tov, in the 18th century.  His purpose … Continue reading

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FOREVER. (Chag Sameach)

At least a half dozen times we are told that Passover is a statute to be kept ‘forever’ in ‘all your dwelling places.’ Does your preacher affirm this?  Worth asking the very hard questions!!  What a blessing last night and … Continue reading

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Sacrifice of the Paschal Lamb Returns to Jerusalem After Millennia [PHOTOS]

I have warned for a couple years now that the day is coming when sacrifice would begin again in Jerusalem.  This NOT a bad thing, in fact prophecy clearly teaches in Ezekiel 43 and following that when the Messiah comes, … Continue reading

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Bo to the Torah Portion page…

Ray Gardner’s notes for Bo are up.  Also, a newer version of Vaeira is up…  Click Torah Portions in the header bar. Blessings.

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A Messianic perspective on the 4 cups of Passover

A Messianic perspective on the 4 cups of Passover Shalom fine Kineti reader, and chag sameach. Here are some notes I jotted tonight for the significance of the 4 cups of Passover for Messianic believers. I hope you enjoy! -Judah … Continue reading

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Passover Movie ~ Well Done.

Excellent movie that pulls a lot of pieces and Scripture together.  Enjoy, and share with friends!

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Passover: Why Christians Should Celebrate it.

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Passover Apologetics…

Someone over in a YouTube comment just gave me a bunch of food for thought!! Zachary Bauer of New2Torah just posted a neat short video on the Greater Exodus.  He quickly and concisely summarizes what I already knew.  Good watch…  … Continue reading

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The Godly Legacy of Passover, Part I

The Godly Legacy of Passover, Part I. I had planned to put together a post or two defending the Christian observance of Passover as not only Biblical, but the practice of the Apostles and First Century Body of believers in … Continue reading

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Tazria and Metzora

Tazria and Metzora. Terrific Shabbat lesson yesterday.  Head over to Davar Chaim’s blog to listen to part or all of the service as we worship and connect Tazria and Metzora to Pesach and Yeshua Meshichenu!

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