Passover: A Promise Kept is part of The Feasts of YeHoVaH 2021 series of Teachings that prepare the believers to fully understand why we celebrate the Feasts of YeHoVaH that occur early in the Biblical Year. The series begins with the teaching on The Biblical New Year 2021, which is in observance of the Command to Guard the Month of Abib.

What Is Passover?

  • The term “Passover” is often used as a generic term to refer to Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread, which immediately follows Passover.
  • Passover is an event. Passover is not a day.
  • Passover/Pesach is a sacrifice that is observed in the evening of the 14th of Abib, the first month of the Biblical New Year. This is March/April on the Gregorian calendar.
  • The Hebrew term Pesach also refers to the animal victim: a sheep or goat.
  • At the first Passover in Egypt, the animals were sacrificed for their blood, which was put on the doorposts identifying those who put their faith in YeHoVaH and obeyed His command. After that first Passover, there are no instructions from YeHoVaH to place blood on our doorposts.
  • Yeshua was crucified by the Romans during the time the Jews were preparing their lambs and goats for the Passover meal to eat with their families.

Scripture References:

Exodus 12:1-51
Leviticus 23:5
1 Corinthians 5:7
Hebrews 7:27

What Does Passover Commemorate?

  • Passover/Pesach commemorates the deliverance of the Hebrew people from slavery in Egypt by the Mighty Hand of YeHoVaH.
    • Passover commemorates the salvation of the first born males whose homes had the blood of the lamb on their doorpost.
  • Passover was set as a perpetual memorial by YeHoVaH.

Scripture References:

Deuteronomy 16:1
Exodus 12:14
Hebrews 7:27
John 3:16-18

What Are the Commanded Instructions for Passover?

  • During the time of the Tabernacle, the sacrifice was made at the Tabernacle. During the time of the Temple, the sacrifice was made at the Temple.
  • Today there is no Tabernacle or Temple. Therefore, we are unable to sacrifice a lamb or goat, but we can eat lamb or goat as a memorial.
  • Keep the Passover on the 14th Day of the first Biblical Month of Aviv or Abib (evening of 14th day going into the 15th day, which is the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread.)
  • In Scripture, there is no example of how to conduct a Passover meal.
  • Evening Meal elements are Lamb or Goat, Unleavened bread, Bitter herbs (Examples: Parsley, Horseradish, etc.).
  • Do not sacrifice within your gates. Only the Priests were responsible to perform the sacrifices.
  • We are not required to assemble as a congregation. However, each family were commanded to eat the Passover together.  We assemble as a congregation to share our meal together as a local family and are joined by our Online Families Worldwide.

Scripture References:

Exodus 12:3-10
Leviticus 23:5
Numbers 9:11
Deuteronomy 16:1-8

The Feasts of Yehovah
(8 DVDs)

In this eight DVD teaching “The Feasts of YeHoVaH”, you will receive insight and understanding on how to celebrate these commanded Holy Feast days in a way that pleases Almighty YeHoVaH.

This eight DVD Collection include the following DVD Titles:

  • The Passover
  • Unleavened Bread 1st Day
  • Unleavened Bread 7th Day
  • The Feast of Pentecost
  • The Feast of Trumpets
  • The Day of Atonement
  • The Feast of Tabernacles
  • The Eighth Day

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