The Biblical Passover is introduced to us by YeHoVaH’s Instructions to Moses to instruct His people how to prepare for the last and final plague that He would put on Egypt to force Pharaoh to let His people go. YeHoVaH had made a promise to Abraham that He would bring his offspring out of bondage with great substance.  On the first day of Unleavened Bread, YeHoVaH fulfilled that promise.

Pesach aka Passover is a Sacrifice Not a Day.  At its heart, Passover is a memorial established by YeHoVaH to remind Israel of what YeHoVaH did to Egypt’s firstborns and how He spared the Hebrews’ firstborns from the plague of death by the sign of the blood of a sheep or a goat on the doorposts of their houses.

Do we celebrate Passover because Yeshua was crucified on Passover?  NO.

As we gather to celebrate this Passover, like the thousands of Passovers that have been celebrated before, let us remember the awesome power of deliverance of YeHoVaH Almighty, our Most High, the One True Elohim, and The Only Wise and Living God!

Last Updated on March 10, 2023 by

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