Seder means order, and God ordered us to remember what He did for His children on the first Passover which took place in Egypt. He wrote down all the details of how to slay an unblemished lamb, spread blood on doorposts, roast the animal, eat, and burn what is left. Obedience of His Word kept the family safe from the wrath of God. As Christians the blood of Jesus covers our hearts, bloopers, failures, and our sins – and our Father’s wrath passes over us. During Passover thankful people remember God’s mercy as He has delivered us all out of some kind of slavery. The highlight of the Passover is the Seder ceremony. Jesus broke a few of the traditions of the old testament by washing the feet of His disciples on the eve of His last supper with them. He dipped the unleavened bread into bitter herbs and handed it to Judas who betrayed Him. Many Christians choose to celebrate Passover to remember the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. This scripture is READ during a Seder: “Now the blood shall be a sign for you on the houses where you are. And when I see the blood, I will pass over you; and the plague shall not be on you to destroy you when I strike the land of Egypt. ‘So this day shall be to you a memorial; and you shall keep it as a feast to the Lord throughout your generations. You shall keep it as a feast by an everlasting ordinance.” The biblical feast called Passover is actually 3 feasts celebrated in the Spring: the Feast of PASSOVER, the Feast of UNLEAVENED Bread, and of FIRST FRUITS. Together they last 7 days. The Hebrew word “moedim” means appointment. God has appointed times to meet with His children. God gave very specific instruction to the Israelites as to how to celebrate the Passover feast. These feasts of the LORD were dress rehearsals for events that would be fulfilled by God’s Passover Lamb, Jesus. In every detail, all aspects of Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits was fulfilled by Jesus. In 7 days our Lord made a way for us to spend eternity with Him. Hallelujah – God calls us to remember and draw strength from His faithfulness to rescue us from evil and provide us with His eternal plan of Salvation through Jesus Christ. “I will remember Your wonders of old. I will ponder Your work, and meditate on Your mighty deeds. Your way, O God is holy. What God is great like our God? You are the God who works wonders’ You have made known Your might among the people.” Psalm 77 During the Passover ceremony called the Seder, elements are shared that cause us to remember the bitterness of slavery, the blood of the Lamb, and God’s mercy and forgiveness as His wrath excludes those who accept Jesus as Lord. Why should Gentile Christians understand the Jewish Feast of Passover?Messianic Rabbi Schneider explains how Passover celebrates Christ’s fulfillment of OT law and prophecy.
Jesus completes the Passover. Traditionally, people gather to read scripture, pray special blessings, break unleavened bread, drink from the cup, eat and sing Psalms. On Friday April 15, 2022 we hosted a Seder in Mexico with a mix of friends. At 3:00 PM we took communion. After our guests left, our electricity went off for the whole night. The crucifixion was God’s ultimate sacrifice for our sins — though we are all guilty of sin and deserve wrath, Jesus paid that fine once and completely so that we may be righteous in the eyes of God. We, as the guilty, do not deserve the sacrifice of Jesus, who was completely innocent. It is entirely a gift that God gives to us by grace.” Ephesians 2:8-9. We deserve wrath, however, God loves us enough to offer us a way out. John 3:16 “ For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”
Everything we do is for His glory. 1 Corinthians 10:31 As long as we have breath, it is our privilege to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ, who walked among us, He gave His life for us, and He walked out of the tomb defeating death. “I must go away, but I will ask My Father and He will send you another Advocate, the Holy Spirit” We are never alone for He abides in those who BELIEVE! AMEN
There was an earthquake around 3 PM when Jesus gave up His Spirit. The earthquake also shook the spirit of the Centurion who just minutes prior crucified the innocent Son of God whom he mistook for a guilty criminal. Suddenly the mockers witnessed the earth crying out over the death of its Maker… “it is finished” echoed from every thunderous crack, stir, shake, and rumble in the belly of the earth… The royal temple curtain was ripped, it was torn to expose the Most Holy, to give all humanity direct access to God. In a flash, the heart of the Centurion was pierced— with a divine sword of concentrated love and conviction— causing him to say “Truly this was the Son of God!” Mark 15:39 — May that sword pierce all hearts 💔 that ALL CRY out “Jesus is Lord” AMEN Jesus said “Remember Me” The Matzah, or unleavened bread is very significant. During the Seder 3 pieces of Matzah bread are stored in Matzah Tash, a bag that has 3 pockets. According to Jewish tradition, the 3 slices and the 3 pockets represent Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, or Father, Son, Holy Spirit. Isaac is a picture of Jesus because in Genesis 22 – God tells Abraham to take Isaac and to offer his only son as a burnt offering. Our Father gave us His Son Jesus. During the Seder, out of the middle pocket, one slice of Matzah is withdrawn and broken in half. Jesus said during the last supper “This is My body” One half of the Matzah is set aside under a special covering until the end of the ceremony. This song explains what happened during the first Holy Week.
PRAISE GOD – for JESUS provided the entire world from the coming, justified wrath of God.
FAITH in GOD the FATHER began in the city of Hebron, just outside of Jerusalem. It was in Hebron where Abraham purchased a lot of land to bury his beloved wife Sarah. It is in Hebron where Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are buried. The following presentation takes you to Hebron to where FAITH in God began.
Psalm 135:1-10 “Praise the name of the Lord; Praise Him, O you servants of the Lord! You who stand in the house of the Lord, In the courts of the house of our God, Praise the Lord, for the Lord is good; Sing praises to His name, for it is pleasant. For the Lord has chosen Jacob for Himself, Israel for His special treasure. For I know that the Lord is great, And our Lord is above all gods. Whatever the Lord pleases He does, In heaven and in earth, In the seas and in all deep places. He causes the vapors to ascend from the ends of the earth; He makes lightning for the rain; He brings the wind out of His treasuries. He destroyed the firstborn of Egypt, Both of man and beast. He sent signs and wonders into the midst of you.”
Psalm 118: 16-24 NKJV “The right hand of the Lord is exalted; The right hand of the Lord does valiantly. I shall not die, but live, And declare the works of the Lord. The Lord has chastened me severely, But He has not given me over to death. Open to me the gates of righteousness; I will go through them, And I will praise the Lord. This is the gate of the Lord, through which the righteous shall enter. I will praise You, For You have answered me, and have become my salvation. The stone which the builders rejected has become the chief cornerstone. This was the Lord’s doing; It is marvelous in our eyes. This is the day the Lord has made; We will rejoice and be glad in it.” — Exodus is the record of Israel’s birth as a nation. The story of Exodus begins in pain and ends in liberation. Exodus starts with one Hebrew in Egypt, Joseph, who is then joined by 70 of his Hebrew relatives, and it ends with 600,000 Hebrew men over the age of 20, not to mention the women and children. It’s estimated that 3 to 4 million Children of Israel left Egypt in the Exodus. God wanted the Egyptians and the people of Israel to know He is God, and our Father delivered the Hebrews physically, however, their spiritual deliverance took 40 years in a desert.
Psalm 5:11 – “Be glad in the Lord and rejoice, you righteous; And shout for joy, all you upright in heart!” Psalm 32:11 – “And my soul shall be joyful in the Lord; It shall rejoice in His salvation.” Psalm 35:9 — Oh Lord Jesus thank You for Your sacrifice! Jesus said, “I have come that they might have life, and have it abundantly!” (John 10:10). With the divine birth, death and resurrection of Jesus, the Kingdom of God became a reality for those who trust in the work Jesus finished on the cross. AMEN
The biblical feast called Passover is actually 3 feasts celebrated in the Spring: the Feast of PASSOVER, the Feast of UNLEAVENED Bread, and of FIRST FRUITS. Together they last 7 days. The Hebrew word “moedim” means appointment. God has appointed times to meet with His children. God gave very specific instruction to the Israelites as to how to celebrate the Passover feast. These feasts of the LORD were dress rehearsals for events that would be fulfilled by God’s Passover Lamb, Jesus. In every detail, all aspects of Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits was fulfilled by Jesus. In 7 days our Lord made a way for us to spend eternity with Him. This PASSION week of our Messiah begins on Palm Sunday when Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey during Passover. The crowd waved palm branches and sang. Days later, Jesus carried His cross, just as Isaac carried the wood. God provided Abraham with a ram, and He provided the world with Jesus as the unblemished Lamb. Jesus took on all of the leaven of our sin and was buried on the FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD. That feast had been celebrated for 1,500 years. What we call communion today, is the PASSOVER meal fulfilled. We eat the unleavened bread of His Body – and partake of the blood of the sinless Lamb. The Jews presented their FIRST FRUITS to the LORD, and it became a consecrated harvest. Jesus fulfilled this feast by rising from the dead during the FIRST FRUITS festival. He is the Resurrection and the Life. Spread the blood of Jesus across the doorposts of your mind and heart. Jesus purchased eternal life for all of us. Hallelujah
It is time to SEE the greater good. BE blessed, let your heart and mind elevate with JOY. Listen to linked testimony and allow your HOPE to soar with increased revelation. Listening to this sermon is like a summary of the book “Mysteries of the Messiah”. Welcome the pressing to bring the ultimate blessing. The Month of Nissan began April 1st and it is a month of miracles. Living outside the box of what we know — we receive the revelation and vision that God has for us. Being crushed we come out of the olive press transcendent of any loss to be #1 in the eyes of God. Rabbi Sobel Passover 2019 learn something NEW while Jason presents connections between the Old and the New testaments.
NOW LET US SING “Die Die Eh New” a traditional Seder song to celebrate all that the Lord has done! Seder is a JOYFUL celebration! ENJOY the 1,000 year old Seder song entitled DAYENU. A 🎶 JOY SONG ❤️Die – Die- eh – New ❤️ 🎼 ❤️ The word “dayenu” means “it would have been enough” Oh God if You would have taken us out of our slavery to sin, given us rest, given us Your Word, it would have been enough. ❤️ Our Father gave us all — more than enough— He gave us Jesus, His Son so that we might live eternally with Him in heaven! REJOICE and shout Shabbat Shalom! Jesus committed no crime, yet they crucified Him. He was buried in a tomb, yet He walked out alive, Jesus is the spotless, perfect lamb of God who washed away our sins by His willing blood sacrifice. He gave His life so that we could enter into the holy presence of God and spend eternity with Him.