Wednesday, April 4, 2018

What is the Feast of Unleavened Bread?

Last week we celebrated the Passover.  Most Christians consider Passover to be a Jewish holiday or festival. But as we have learned, all the Feasts of the LORD, as they are referred to in the scriptures, are given to all who believe in Him. The Hebrew word that is translated as “feast” is Moed which means an appointed time. God purposely set aside Passover and six additional feasts as days appointed to accomplish His redemption plan! Most Christians are aware that Yeshua died at Passover and that we have redemption because He died as our Passover Lamb. It wasn’t a coincidence that Yeshua died on Passover. But did you know that Yeshua was placed in the burial cave just as the Feast of Unleavened Bread, the second of God’s feast days, established in the scriptures began? What is the significance of this aspect of Yeshua’s crucifixion? What is the observance of Unleavened bread all about?

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