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A Real Seder? Or Just a Teaching Opportunity?

One question that comes up this time of the year is how could Yeshua have a real Passover Seder, but still be sacrificed as the Lamb of God at the appropriate time?  At our Seder this year, I added a short teaching after the meal addressing this question.  In response to several requests for this […]

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The Bread and the Wine

There are four cups of wine used during the Seder. Each one represents on the of verbs found in Exodus 6:6-7. “Say, therefore, to the sons of Israel, ‘I am the LORD, and I will bring you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians, and I will deliver you from their bondage. I will […]

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Preparing to Celebrate

For the last seven years I’ve hosted a Passover Seder. The guest list has grown from about 20 people to over 60. Now if you are not familiar with a Seder, it is a magnificent feast. It takes a lot of work. And sometimes – especially at the end of the night – I wonder […]

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Simple Meal or Magnificent Feast

I heard someone refer to the communion as a simple meal.  Instantly I had two reactions. First I thought, “Tell that to all us ladies who spend days preparing the meal”; and second, my heart broke because so many just don’t understand what the cup and ‘cracker’ represent.   For the last several years I have […]

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