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My Freedom Ends Where Yours Begins

This year I had the honor and pleasure of hosting another Passover Seder. As sometimes happens, three of the guests in attendance do not accept that Yeshua is the Messiah (though they do believe in the promised Messiah). Another of the guests sometimes takes things too far. This was her first time attending one of […]

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Miracles of Passover

Today I want to talk to you about the miracles at Passover. Oh, not the ten plagues or the parting of the Red Sea, but the miracles that surrounded us in Tamarac, Florida. (To be honest, just scratching out the time to share with you lately is a miracle in and of itself!) Each year, […]

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Passover Celebration

This weekend was Pesach Sheni – Second Passover. It is the day God set aside for those who could not participate in the Passover celebration on the 14th of Nissan. I just love how our Father is the God of second chances. With as busy as life has been lately, I needed a second chance […]

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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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Eve in the Seder

The Passover Seder begins with the lighting of candles by the woman of the house. So how does this make Eve part of the Seder? When we look at God’s definition of when a day starts, when the Seder takes place and on what kind of day, we understand the importance of Eve’s role in […]

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Dilemma: No Man to Lead

The first time I hosted a Passover Seder, I was engaged to be married. We invited several friends and ended up with a dinner for twenty-four. It was a wonderful evening. Several ladies came early to help cook. It was a great time of fellowship and didn’t feel at all like work. At dinner, everyone […]

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What’s Wine Got to do With It?

Here’s something that always puzzled me: why, at His last Seder, did Jesus say that He wouldn’t drink wine again?  (Matthew 26:26)  It always seemed significant.  After all, He did say it and it was important enough to be remembered and recorded.  But what it meant was beyond my grasp.  So I did what most […]

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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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