What kind of issues present themselves when the Passover season arrives? Would you believe that there are some people in the Messianic community today who do not believe that the Last Supper was a real, or even a kind-of, seder meal? How many of you have been engulfed in the argument that we need to do exactly what Yeshua did, and not any “traditions of men,” making Passover a bit unexciting? While there are longstanding disagreements on halachah between the Ashkenazic and Sephardic Jewish traditions on what is kosher for Passover, think about some of the new Messianic disagreements that have arisen on what actually took place in those days leading up to Yeshua’s betrayal and execution. How long is three days and three nights? Was the Messiah really crucified, or put to death another away? And this is only a short list of what often gets discussed…
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Certainly, when Believers in Messiah Yeshua sit down to partake of the Passover meal, we are not just remembering the Exodus of the Ancient Israelites and the plagues that God dispensed upon the Egyptians. We are sitting down to remember great events in the salvation history of the world.
Where did the traditions from the seder meal employed during Passover come from?
Is it true that there are some substantial objections to the Last Supper being a Passover meal? If there are any, how do you respond to these arguments?
Why do Jews have an egg on their seder plates? Does this not come from Easter?
Should we eat lamb as Messianics during Passover? Is it true that the Jews do not eat lamb during Passover?
How can I determine what is, and what is not, kosher for the Passover season?
Shalom, Tabernaclers. We’re celebrating Passover on March 26th – just a couple weeks away. Passover with us includes a full seder meal, a reverent service and haggadah that remembers God’s deliverance in the exodus from Egypt and Messiah’s sacrifice as the Passover lamb. Music, teaching, celebration, keeping the commandments – it’s all holy and righteous!… Read more
Shavuot is here Shalom, Tabernaclers, Judah here letting you know that Shavuot, one of the 7 feasts of the Lord, takes place this weekend and you’re invited to join us with special guest speaker Andrew Gabriel Roth. We’re hosting 2 special events this weekend: When: Saturday, May 23rd, 11amWhere: Tabernacle of David – 1512 Woodhill… Read more