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TODAY – Passover & Good Friday – The One New Man (Part Three Passover Series)

Jesus donkeyToday Is Good Friday, the day all of Christendom remembers and honors Jesus’ suffering and death upon the Cross of Calvary.

Today is also Erev Pesach – the Eve of Passover. The very night that Yeshua (Jesus) celebrated Passover with His disciples and instituted the New Covenant in His body and blood (1Cor 11:23-25).

 TODAY IS THE PERFECT UNION OF “THE ONE NEW MAN!” AS BOTH SACRED HOLIDAYS UNITE IN CELEBRATION!

TODAY is the perfect day of celebration for the One New Man (Eph. 2:11-16).  Messianic Jews and Gentiles  – united  – celebrating the Passover Seder. Both groups as one, celebrating and remembering our Blessed Redeemer Yeshua, our Passover Lamb.

Just now as I wrote the word TODAY for the fourth time – I am reminded of this warning, Today, if you hear His voice, harden not your hearts,” (Hebrews 3:15; 4:7).

TODAY is a new day of revelation that Jews are to live as Jews – even after receiving Jesus as Messiah. And, Gentiles are not called to be Jews. Both are one in Jesus. Together we celebrate the biblical feasts of the Lord as laid out by God in the Torah. Continue reading