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Wishing Everyone a Joyous Passover!

Passover marks the deliverance of Israel from Egypt and slavery. It also foreshadows the eternal deliverance that the Messiah Yeshua would bring to our very souls. And just as Yeshua and his students faithfully celebrated this appointed time of Yahuwah, so we too stopped our day to day lives, and remembered the awesome deeds of the Almighty this night.

The first part of Passover: 10 plagues which would solidify the fear of Yahuwah in all the earth.

And Yahuwah said to Mosheh, “Go in to Pharaoh, for I have hardened his heart and the hearts of his servants, so that I show these signs of Mine before him, and that you relate in the hearing of your son and your son’s son what I have done in Mitsrayim, and My signs which I have done among them. And you shall know that I am Yahuwah.”

(Exo 10:1-2 TS2009)

The second part of Passover: A salvation story that would be told to billions.

And Mosheh said to the people, “Do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the deliverance of Yahuwah, which He does for you today. For the Mitsrites whom you see today, you are never, never to see again.

“Yahuwah does fight for you, and you keep silent.”

(Exo 14:13-14 TS2009)

And as we all know Israel passed through the sea on dry ground and the pursuing army drowned when they tried to follow.

Now, this would be the most famous story of God's saving power- except for the mighty deliverance that the Messiah brought. For although crucified, He defeated death itself and rose, alive.

Because of this we as His people can receive forgiveness from sins but also power to live righteous lives as it is now Messiah who lives through us and not our old selves. Get rid of the old chametz, so you may be a new batch, just as you are unleavened—for Messiah, our Passover Lamb, has been sacrificed.

(1Co 5:7 TLV)

And so we will continue to tell this story from one generation to the next until Messiah comes back to celebrate with us, and we -for sure- will have any more stories of deliverance to remember then. Happy Passover Everyone!

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