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Passover

When we study the Bible, we learn about one of Almighty YHWH's Feast known as Passover.

26 And it shall be, when your children say to you, ‘What does this service (Passover Seder) mean to you?27 then you shall say, ‘It is the Passover slaughtering of, YHWH (Yahweh) who passed over the houses of the children of Yisra’l in Mitsrayim (Egypt) when He smote the Mitsrites (Egyptians) and delivered our households.’ And the people bowed their heads and did obeisance.” (Exodus 12:26-27).

The Messiah: Prophecy Fulfilled. This movie dramatically presents the true meaning of the Passover/Pesach (Seder) dinner practiced by many around the world. The story takes place in Israel on the FIRST Passover following Yeshua's death, burial and resurrection. The Gospel is clearly revealed. This drama shows how one Rabbi Yehudah (Nick Mancuso) becomes a true follower of Yeshua ha Mashiach (Jesus the Messiah). After the resurrection, being filled with the Holy Spirit, Rabbi Yehudah zealously embarkrs on a journey to share the Good News with his people. He arrives in his hometown, precisely one year after the crucifixion, burial and resurrection of the Messiah. Now, his greatest challenge is to convince his own family (father, mother, brothers and sisters) that the long awaited Messiah has finally come. Through the Feast of Passover (the Seder dinner), spoken of in the Torah by Moses, the Rabbi powerfully presents its prophetic nature and fulfillment in Yeshua of Nazareth.

Part One of Two: Rabbi Jonathan Cahn reveals the mysteries of Passover which is known as the Lord’s Supper. Jesus (Yeshua) is the Jewish Messiah. Look how he was the perfect sacrifice who had to be offered by the priests according to the Scripture. Look how every word in the Torah has a meaning and how Yeshua fulfilled it as the Passover Lamb. The Lord’s Supper is Passover.

Part Two of Two: Rabbi Jonathan Cahn reveals the mysteries of Passover which is known as the Lord’s Supper. Jesus (Yeshua) is the Jewish Messiah. Look how he was the perfect sacrifice who had to be offered by the priests according to the Scripture. Look how every word in the Torah has a meaning and how Yeshua fulfilled it as the Passover Lamb. The Lord’s Supper is Passover.

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Passover Haggadah Printing Instructions:

 

1. Open Passover Haggadah file which is a PDF file.

2. Click on File from the menu bar and click on Print.

3. Look for a button that says Properties and click on it. This will open up the property screen to your printer.

4. Look for an option to print the Passover Haggadah in Booklet format. This is the format I used to develop this Passover Haggadah. You may need to look at the different tabs available in your printer properties screen to locate it.

5. You will need to play with it when it comes to printing it out in booklet format so the pages will come out correctly. I have tested this myself and it works.

 

There are a total number of 50 numbered pages but there are 6 pages that will not be numbered.

 

It is my hope that this Passover Haggadah will be an instrument to help tell the story of Passover and show how Messiah Yeshua is woven into the Passover Celebration we are called to keep by Almighty Yahweh.

 

This Passover Haggadah is a work in process. It has undergone several changes over the past few years. My goal is to weed out all rabbinic traditions and remove those things that are not according to the Written Word of Almighty YHWH -- Yahweh. There are things in this Passover Haggadah that are not written in His Word. However, they are things I use to tell the story of the Passover YHWH -- Yahweh has given us to keep.

 

May you be blessed in keeping His Appointed Times (Hebrew: Mo'edim).

 

Shalom,

Eddie Rogers, Minister, D.D.

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