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Passover Week

Passover week, we are celebrating, not one, not two,

but three distinct holidays:

Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread, and the Day of First Fruits

These three festivals speak of three

stages of salvation:

Justification, Sanctification, and Glorification.

Passover Seder

Pastor Jed & Nicole Robyn share how they have led their family in keeping Passover, in Christ.

“... Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, and strength, and honour, and glory, and blessing.” Revelation 5:12

How did the Church end up with Easter instead of God's Appointed Feasts?

The church has inherited lies, doctrine, and practices that seem innocent but are in total opposition to the Word of God.

"He (the anti-Christ Spirit) will defy the Most High and oppress the holy people of the Most High. He will try to change their sacred festivals and laws" Daniel 7:25

"...The feasts of the LORD, which you shall proclaim to be holy convocations, these are My feasts." Leviticus 23:2


Passover Haggadah

Passover begins on the 14th of Nissan (Hebrew Calendar) which corresponds on our Gregorian calendar this year to April 22nd and is commemorative of when Jesus was crucified. (Lev 23:5) Unleavened Bread (no laborious work- reflection on purity and purging out sin) begins on the 15th of Nisan (April 23rd) for the remainder of the week - 7 days. (Lev 23:6-8) First Fruits is mid-week but generally not observed until the day after the weekly Sabbath on a Sunday. (Lev 23:10-11) The festival of First Fruits corresponds to the resurrection. “But Christ has indeed been raised from the dead, the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep.” 1 Cor 15:20 

The Lord was so serious abut the importance of this commemoration that He said in Numbers 9:13:

“But those who neglect to celebrate the Passover at the regular time, even though they are ceremonially clean and not away on a trip, will be cut off from the community of Israel. If they fail to present the LORD’s offering at the proper time, they will suffer the consequences of their guilt.”

Passover is an annual feast of the Lord initiated in the twelfth and thirteenth chapters of Exodus and mentioned in many other places in Scripture. Jesus celebrated Passover, and the communion service arose from the elements of the Seder. Jesus highlighted the third cup, the cup of redemption, which represents His blood shed for the remission of our sins. Jesus also said the unleavened bread, the matzo, represents His body broken for us. Passover in the Hebrew Scriptures commemorates the Lord’s deliverance of the Jewish people from bondage and slavery to Pharaoh. In the New Testament, it also commemorates our Messiah Jesus delivering those who receive Him from bondage and slavery to sin. The purpose of this redemption is so God may be glorified and so we can have new and eternal life in Him. " Jesus said, “I have been very eager to eat this Passover meal with you before my suffering begins. For I tell you now that I won’t eat this meal again until its meaning is fulfilled in the Kingdom of God.” Luke 22:15-16  We are commanded by God to keep the Passover as an everlasting ordinance. (Exodus 12) Jesus has declared that we will keep it again with Him in His kingdom. He is and has always been the substance. The Feast days of the Lord are ALL about Him and each one either has or will be fulfilled by Him.

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