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Chapter 6

First Passover Meal - The Chagigah


The Chagigah on the 13th/14th of Abib
The sinful body and selfish will brokenh

1 Corinthians 11

23 For I received from the Messiah what I also passed on to you: The Messiah Yahusha, on the night (of The Day of Preparation that begins the Passover Day) he was betrayed, took (leavened) bread (artos),24 and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, “This is My body (sinful flesh), which is (given) for you (as THE Passover Lamb to rip the veil Matthew 27:51 and provide YOU access to the Altar so that you too can make your own living sacrifice); do this in remembrance (Chagigah) of me (each year before Passover).”25 In the same way, after supper he took the cup, saying, “This cup is the new covenant in My blood; do this, whenever you drink it, in remembrance (Chagigah) of me.”26 For whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim (Chagigah) the Messiah’s death (of his sinful flesh) until he comes (you proclaim his resurrected sinless life the next night using unleavened bread!).

What were Yahusha and his disciples doing that night that we call “The Last Supper”? Were they having a “Jewish Seder”? No. Were they eating crackers? No. Were they even eating unleavened bread? No! They were, in fact, keeping the Chagigah on the eve of the 14th of Abib before the Passover Day of Preparation. Yahusha was elevating the “remembrance meal” that begins Passover to its spiritual fulfillment! The bread eaten that night was not unleavened bread it was leavened bread that represented Yahusha’s broken (sinful) body. Unleavened bread is not eaten until after Yahusha is perfected through suffering on Passover and receives his perfect eternal body…The Feast of Unleavened Bread.

A Chagigah literally means a "Festival Offering", and they were held before the three Pilgrimage Festivals (Passover, Shavuot, Sukkot). They dealt with the pilgrimage offering (lambs) that men were supposed to bring into Jerusalem (to be slain on Passover the next day). These Chagigah were traditionally held between one to three days prior to a religious event (Passover, Shavuot or Sukkot), and in this particular discussion it is being applied to the understanding of The Last Supper that actually occurred one day prior to Messiah's Crucifixion (which occurred on The Preparation Day), and also, applied to the Passover Remembrance. As a matter of fact, the Chagigah were, also Remembrance Meals. These meals included discussions about the upcoming events (Passover, Shavuot or Sukkot). Neither a Chagigah nor the Passover is a Holy Sabbath or a Holy convocation, they are "Remembrance Meals". The Chagigah, (Last Supper in this case) occurred prior to the Passover preparation day and the actual PASSOVER MEAL which is eaten on the first day of Unleavened Bread, and were therefore the meal on the Chagigah was eaten with "Leavened Bread" (artos).

Matthew 26:1-2 a Chagigah Conversation before Passover

1 And it came to pass, when Yahusha had finished all these sayings, he said unto his disciples, 2 You know that after two days (Abib 12th/13th) is (the Feast of) the Passover (includes Unleavened Bread), and the Son of man (Messiah Yahusha) is (already) betrayed to be crucified (on the Preparation Day of Abib 14th).

There is no way the Chagigah (Last Supper) was eaten with unleavened bread two days prior to "Unleavened Bread". This would destroy the Righteous Symbolism established by Yahuah; designed to teach "The Plan of Salvation", which was perfectly prepared by Yahuah in advance for the Messiah using the physical rehearsals. We see that the Apostle Sha’ul below understood this very important fact, and even used the proper word for leavened bread below:

1 Corinthians 11:23-24

For I have received of the King (Messiah) that which, also, I delivered unto you, That the King Yahusha the [same] night in which he was betrayed took bread (Strong’s G740, Artos, leavened bread): And when he (Messiah) had given thanks, he broke [it] (Leavened Bread or Artos), and said, Take, eat: this is (symbolizes) My (physical) body, which is (physically) broken for you: this do in remembrance of me (as an act of Love as you prepare yourselves for Passover each year).


Artos; Strong’s G740

Food composed of flour (leaven) mixed with water, allowed to rise, and baked. The Israelites made it in the form of an oblong or round cake, as thick as one's thumb, and as large as a plate or platter; hence it was not to be cut but broken.

From Dan Love, author of “The Spiritual Jew”:

From the above common definition of "Artos" it is plain to see that a "Love Feast" is nothing more than a type of "Chagigah" in which a person, persons or event is "Remembered" or "Honored" (shown love) for his/her/their/Yahuah’s contribution to something that is worthwhile (a SELFLESS act) in which the lives of others are enriched.

Here (1 Corinthians 11:23-24) we have Messiah speaking a most symbolic message to his followers during a Chagigah (Remembrance Meal, "Love Feast" or Gathering). Messiah plainly states that the (Artos) represents his physical body; meaning that "Artos” (leavened bread), which is, also, a metaphorical representative of sin (self) is a true representation of himself as a (physical) man.

In other words, as a man Messiah was a sinner just like the rest of us are (sinners). However, Messiah is, also, represented Spiritually by a lamb without blemish. Is this a scribal error? No, it is not, because while Messiah was a sinner in the flesh (for all have sinned and fallen short of the Glory of Yahuah), Messiah was, also, Spiritually Clean (without spot Spiritually speaking). So how can this be? Simply this: "We" do not need a physically perfect god or GOD or animal to die for "Us". Messiah (a sinner) has demonstrated to the world that sinners can become "The Perfected Children of Yahuah" if they will only follow his (a sinner's) perfect example of being a "Seeker of Yahuah’s Righteousness", and that any man (or woman) has this capability available to him or her, because he (Messiah as a sinner) has shown "Us" that it is possible for a human to become "Spiritually Perfected". Yes, "Spiritually Perfected Sinners" are exactly what Yahuah seeks to become His children. Children that have experienced SIN and have REJECTED it (this is called REPENTANCE).

Could there have been any other reason for Messiah to have gathered with his disciples? What could have motivated the "Foot Washings"? Why did Yahusha “gird himself with a towel”?


It should be noted that Jewish people in the Second Temple period (when Yahusha lived) could only enter the Temple if they were ritually pure. Everyone arriving in Jerusalem for Passover was deemed ritually unclean from their travels. They had to use a Mikveh pool before they could fulfill their religious obligations (such as bringing their own lambs on Passover to be slaughtered). Over 150 Mikveh pools have been discovered around The Temple ruins in Jerusalem. With this in mind, let us look more deeply at the Mikveh on Passover (shining the light of history that surrounded the Second Temple period when Yahusha gave his life as a living sacrifice on Passover):

John 11:55-57

55 Now the Passover of the Jews was at hand. Many went up to Jerusalem out of the country before the Passover (to celebrate the Chagigah Meal on the 13th/14th), to purify themselves (through Mikveh to become Spiritually CLEAN; symbolized by physical cleansing, and humility). 56 Then they (the multitude of Jews) sought for (Messiah) Yahusha and spoke one with another, as they stood in the temple, "What do you think? Isn't he coming to the feast?" (the people didn't want to kill Yahusha; they wanted to commune with him) 57 Now the chief priests and the Pharisees (these are your killers) had commanded that if anyone knew where he was, he should report it, that they might seize him.


John 13:2-11the Mikveh on the Chagigah in preparation for the beginning of Passover

2 And (the Chagigah) supper (on the eve of the 13th of Abib with leavened bread) being ended (and the 14th of Abib began which is Day of Preparation or Passover Day), the devil having now put into the heart of Judas Iscariot (i.e. GREED got hold of him), Simon's [son], to betray him;  3 Yahusha knowing that the Father had given all things into his hands, and that he was come from (the Plan of) Yahuah, and went to Yahuah (was about to offer his own body as the Passover Lamb serving as High Priest, he must be Mikveh’d before he could make the proper sacrifice); 4 He (Yahusha) arose from supper, and laid aside his garments (took off his clothes and Mikveh’d himself); and (then) took a towel (to dry himself off), and girded himself (wrapped the towel around his waist… now it is purification time for the rest of his disciples). 5 After that (he cleansed himself through Mikveh, dried himself off, and wrapped a towel around his waist) he poured (living) water into a basin, and began to Mikveh the disciples' feet, and to wipe [them] with the towel he was girded with.

6 He came to Simon Peter, who said to him, “Master, are you going to wash My feet?” 7 Yahusha replied, “You do not realize now what I am doing? But later you will understand.” 8 “No,” said Peter, “you shall never wash My feet.” Yahusha answered, “Unless I Mikveh you, you have no part with me.” 9 “Then, Master” Simon Peter replied, “not just My feet but My hands and My head as well!” 10 Yahusha answered, “Those who have (already) had a bath (Mikveh) need only to wash their feet; their whole body is (already spiritually) clean. And you are (spiritually) clean, though not every one of you.” 11 For he knew who was going to betray him; and that was why he said not everyone was (spiritually) clean.

We see Yahusha Mikveh the feet his disciples in a ritual that symbolically represented his disciples “following in his footsteps”. So, the ritual cleansing of the Mikveh is a vital aspect of keeping Passover! Not only was it customary for all Jews to be Mikveh’d before the preparation day, but we see Yahusha Mikveh himself and his disciples on the day before Passover as they kept the Chagigah or remembrance meal. They were preparing the physical bodies through Mikveh and their minds through remembrance for the events of the coming Passover preparation day.

Before we continue, I want to clear up one of the most misleading and mistranslated portions of Scripture in the Gospels. We see the effect of bias Christian translators in full effect in the gospel of Mark. In the 14th Chapter of the Book of Mark (in most of your Bibles) it plainly states that Yahusha was not killed on Passover, but rather, was alive and well preparing with his disciples to eat the Passover Meal (on the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread)!  This is a total contradiction from the true accounts of the Messiah being killed ON the preparation day for the Passover, then laid in the tomb quickly that evening (so the Jews could go eat the Passover Meal on the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread).

Below is the NIV’s version of Mark 14:

Mark 14:12-16 The Last Supper

12 On the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread, when it was customary to sacrifice the Passover Lamb Yahusha’s disciples asked him, “Where do you want us to go and make preparations for you to eat the Passover?” 13 So he sent two of his disciples, telling them, “Go into the city and a man carrying a jar of water will meet you. Follow him. 14 Say to the owner of the house he enters, The Teacher asks: ‘Where is My guest room, where I may eat the Passover with My disciples?’ 15 He will show you a large room upstairs, furnished and ready. Make preparations for us there.” 16 The disciples left went into the city and found things just as Jesus had told them. So they prepared the Passover.

Below is the proper translation:

Mark 14:12-16 The Chagigah

12 Now before (two days prior Matthew 26:1-2) the day of Unleavened Bread when they killed the Passover Lambs (on the Passover i.e. the Day of Preparation), his disciples said to him “where do you want us to go to prepare (ourselves speaking of the Chagigah) that your own may eat the Passover (Chagigah meal on the eve of the 14th in remembrance, and to prepare ourselves for the Passover Season)”. 13 Then he sent out two of his disciples and said to them: “Go into the city, and there you will meet a man carrying a pitcher of water, follow him. 14 And wherever he enters, say to the owner of the house; The Teacher says: Where is My guest room in which My disciples may eat the Passover (Chagigah meal in preparation for the Passover) together? 15 And he will show you a large upper room, furnished and prepared; there make ready for us (to keep the Chagigah meal to begin Passover)”. 16 And his disciples went out, and came into the city, and found as he had said to them; and they made ready for (the coming) Passover.




Why We Remember the Exodus?

In the Exodus story, the children of Israel were led out of "bondage" by The Way of Mikveh, Circumcision, and Offering into The Promised Land (a picture of The Kingdom of Yahuah).

Each year, we too celebrate that same path. We are led out of bondage to sin (leavened bread) on the Eve of Passover by The Way of Mikveh, Circumcision, and Offering ON Passover into the Feast of Unleavened Bread which is a 7-day celebration of the coming Kingdom where there is no sin (unleavened bread).

Why 7-days. Numbers in Scripture have meaning. 7 is the meaning of perfection, and points to His Perfect Kingdom.

Why do we retell the story of Exodus on Passover?

1 Corinthians 10
1 I do not want you to be unaware, brothers, that our forefathers were all under the cloud, and that they all passed through the sea. 2 They were all Mikeh'd into (the Covenant of) Moses in the cloud and in the sea. 3 They all ate the same spiritual food.

What in the world is Sha'ul talking about?!?!? Well, let me explain. Let us all, this Passover, forgo the pagan Sedar and eat of that same "Spiritual Food"!

The Way (Passover) to the Promised Land (Unleavened Bread)

“What does remembering the Exodus out of Egypt” have to with anything? Why does Passover come before the Feast of Unleavened Bread? I am going to demonstrate a very real example of how "tradition" fails us every time as we remain addicted to MILK and never mature to the meat of His Word. We just go through the motions (because Yahuah said so) on The Holy Days, year after year, performing the pagan Seder (literally making things up to do to retell the story of the Exodus) and NEVER coming to the knowledge of the Truth.

What is that "truth" of Exodus that Yahuah expects us to understand? What does it have to do with Passover then Unleavened Bread?!?! I could ask this question of 1,000 "teachers of the Torah" and not 1 of them could answer it! These teachers cannot even properly instruct us on “how” or "when" to do these appointed times properly, much less “why”? They simply teach us rituals as if the only reason we really do these things is because Yahuah said so! They fail to understand Yahuah’s INTENT and how these are moedims of The Way laid out first in The Heavenly Scroll where the Plan of Salvation was originally revealed.

The Way of Mikveh, Circumcision, and Offering

The Way through The Narrow Gate involves entering “clean” through living water by performing the MIKVEH, this is how we are “purified”. Then we are to “sanctify” our minds to please Yahuah as we demonstrate a reverent contrite heart (expressing our desire and intent to follow Yahuah’s Instructions and Yahusha’s example). This is called CIRCUMCISION of the Heart. Finally, we are to offer our own lives as OFFERINGS (living sacrifices) to both Yahuah (as His Children) and Yahusha (as his Bride).

Zodiac (The Heavenly Scroll) literally means “path” or “The Way” and reveals this Spiritual Truth as Yahuah laid out The Way and The Plan of Salvation at creation. It is pointing to the marriage covenant we would enter into with the Bridegroom. The Heavenly Scroll foretells of The Messiah walking The Way and portrays him as “a lamb that would be slaughtered before the foundation of the world”. Yahusha fulfilled The Way at the end of the Age of Aries (Lamb) as the Lamb dies and the Age transitioned to Pisces (the Messianic Age).


LIBRA: The scales demand a price to be paid of this seed, a stake to endure; the victim will be slain


SAGITTARIUS: The double-natured seed (servant/king) triumphs as a warrior and pleases the heavens


AQUARIUS: He pours out “living water” from on high, humanity drinks of the heavenly river and the faithful live again


The Way was then laid out as a physical shadow to teach us this Spiritual Truth. This is why we are to remember the Exodus! In The Exodus out of Egypt (bondage of sin and death) the Israelites walked The Way of Mikveh (through the red sea), Circumcision of Heart (at the foot of Mt. Sinai), and Offering (of The Passover Lamb). The prophets were given this revelation and understood The Heavenly Scroll and realized the Exodus out of Egypt was foretelling of The Yahushaic Covenant:

Jeremiah 31
9 as I bring them back (the Greater Exodus). I will lead them beside streams of Living Water (MIKVEH) on a level Path (The Way) where they will not stumble.


Isaiah 43
25 "I, even I, Am the One Who washes away your transgressions (through Mikveh) for My Own sake, And I will remember your sins no more (through the blood of the Lamb OFFERING).


Psalm 23:2
2 The Shepherd makes me lie down in green pastures (the Kingdom); He leads me beside quiet (Living) waters (MIKVEH). 3 He restores my soul (CIRCUMCISION); He guides me in the paths of righteousness (a new and living sacrificial way OFFERING) For His name's sake.…

Zechariah 14: 8
On that day Living Waters shall flow out from Jerusalem (to Mikveh the people), half of them to the eastern sea and half of them to the western sea. It shall continue in summer as in winter.


Isaiah 44
3 For I will pour water on the thirsty land, and streams on the dry ground (to Mikveh for forgiveness of sin and uncleanliness again we see in the Renewed Covenant the importance of Mikveh);


Zechariah 13:1
“In that day (speaking of the Yahushaic Covenant) there shall be a fountain (of Living Water) opened to the House of David and to the inhabitants of Jerusalem (to Mikveh) for sin and for uncleanness.” I will pour My Spirit upon your offspring (and per Jeremiah 31, write My law on their hearts Circumcising our hearts so we see Mikveh and Circumcision), and My Blessing (of Eternal life) on your Descendants.


Ezekiel 36
24 “‘For I will take you out of the nations; I will gather you from all the countries and bring you back into your own land. 25 I will sprinkle clean (Living) water on you (Mikveh), and you will be purified. I will cleanse you from all your impurities and from all your idols (as He prepares you to be His Temple). 26 I will give you a new heart and put a new Spirit in you (CIRCUMCISION of heart); I will remove from you your heart of stone (ritualistic observance to the Letter) and give you a heart of flesh (a loving heart toward the ‘Intent’ of His Law). 27 And I will put My Spirit in you (just like He did Yahusha when the dove descended upon him after his Mikveh) and move you to follow My Decrees and be careful to keep My Laws (as Israel did at Mt. Sinai).

Yahusha was that fulfillment! He was “taken out of Egypt”...

Hosea 11:1
"When Israel was a child, I loved him, and out of Egypt I called my son.

Matthew 2
where (in Eygpt) he stayed until the death of Herod. And so was fulfilled what Yahuah had said through the prophet Hosea: "Out of Egypt I called my son."

Then Yahusha followed The Way laid out in The Heavenly Scroll in his lifetime where he was lead out of bondage to sin/death for approximately “40 years” just like Israel being perfected by Yahuah before he could enter The Kingdom by being born again (John 3:3 "unless you are born again (mikveh, circumcision, offering) you cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven)...

Hebrews 5
8 though Yahusha was a (future) Son (of Yahuah ‘upon’ Resurrection, Romans 1:3), y
et he learned Obedience (to Yahuah) by the things which he suffered (due to disobedience, Heb 12:6, Prov 3:12, Rev 3:19, Acts 17:11). 9 And having been perfected (through discipline as all sons of Yahuah are), Yahusha became (was not born that way) the author of Eternal Salvation (The Way) to ‘all’ who obey him (and follow his Righteous example of Mikveh to purify, Circumcision to sanctify, and offering his life as an Offering).

On Passover, Yahusha told us he had given us an example that we should follow (John 13:15). That example he set on Passover was MIKVEH (as he fully immersed himself, then Mikveh’d the disciples’ feet), CIRCUMCISION of heart when he prayed in the Garden and gave up his own will, then OFFERING himself as a true living sacrifice ritually purified and sanctified as Yahuah had laid out. Making Yahusha the “perfect sacrifice”.

The Way is how we all come out of “bondage/Egypt” through Mikveh, Circumcision, and Offering to enter the Kingdom. Sha’ul explains this as The New and Living Sacrificial Way.

Hebrews 10:22
Let us draw near to Yahuah (properly presenting ourselves) with a sincere heart (True Circumcision) and with the full assurance that Faith (in the example set by Yahusha) brings (… that we can offer our own lives as living sacrifices because Yahusha has torn the Veil in two giving us access to the Mercy Seat of Yahuah), having our hearts sprinkled to cleanse us from a guilty conscience (Red Heifer) and having our bodies washed with pure Living Water (Mikveh).


Ephesians 5
25 Husbands, love your wives, just as the Messiah loved the body and gave himself up for her (as The Passover Lamb) 26 to make her holy, (ritually) cleansing her by the washing with Living Water (Mikveh), through the Commandments (Circumcision) 27 and to present her (properly) to himself as a radiant assembly, without spot or wrinkle or any other blemish (as spotless Passover Lambs of Yahuah), but Holy and blameless.

For the first time in our lives, let us all remember the Exodus out of Egypt for what Yahuah intended this Passover. We celebrate The Way on Passover that leads to The Kingdom (The Feast of Unleavened Bread) where there is no leaven! That “Way” is Mikveh, Circumcision, and Offering.

The Way of the Gentiles is eating Swine Flesh as a sacrifice to "sanctify and purify" themselves on Ishtar Day (Easter)... as they celebrate the corrupted version of The Zodiac!

Isaiah 66:17
…16 For Yahuah will execute judgment by fire And by His sword on all flesh, And those slain by Yahuah will be many. 17" Those who sanctify and purify themselves (by offering the WRONG sacrifices of Pigs and Rats) to go to the gardens, Following one in the center (of the corrupted Zodiac), Who eat swine's flesh (as a sacrifice to Tammuz called Ishtar Day), detestable things and mice (instead of clean things like Lambs and Doves as Yahuah commanded to be used as sacrificial animals), Will come to an end altogether," declares Yahuah (because those are the wrong sacrificial animals and there is no forgiveness of sin in those sacrifices). 18"For I know their works (as they offer up unclean sacrifices to a Holy Elohim) and their thoughts (their INTENT is to worship the false Messiah, the Earthly Pig); the time is coming to gather all nations and tongues. And they shall come and see My glory.…



What To Do On The Chagigah

As Passover is approaching, usually the day before but could be 2-3 days before (Matthew 26:1-2), we begin to celebrate the coming Passover Season. We see below, Yahusha and his disciples began planning for the Passover Season a couple of days prior with planning of the Chagigah:

Matthew 26:1-2 Chagigah Conversation before Passover

1 And it came to pass, when Yahusha had finished all these sayings, he said unto his disciples, 2 You know that after two days is [the feast of] Passover, and the Son of man is betrayed to be crucified.

What did Yahusha and his disciples talk about on the day before the Passover Season began, when they met together for the Chagigah? They all knew that Yahusha would be crucified on Passover, so this was a time to get together before it all began and “remember” what it is all about. The Passover is one of the most central themes in The Plan of Yahuah, and we should talk about the meaning of the Passover rehearsal and its final fulfillment such as:

·         a lamb being slain to provide “clothing of skin” to cover Adam/Eve’s sinful parts (physical to spiritual parallel that the blood of the lamb covers our sin)


·         Abraham offering his first born son when Yahuah “passed over” Isaac delivering him from death through the sacrifice of a lamb (physical to spiritual parallel that Yahuah would offer His firstborn son to save us all from spiritual death),


·         the firstborn of Israel being saved by the blood of a lamb on their doorpost in the Exodus (physical to spiritual parallel that we all would exodus this physical life of bondage and enter the promised land through the Passover),


·         the High Priest offering a national sacrifice of the Passover Lamb along with each man offering his own Passover Lamb for his individual family each year (physical to spiritual parallel of Yahusha’s sacrifice to rip the veil, enabling all of us to follow his example and offer our OWN sacrifice on the Altar)


·         Yahuah fulfilling these examples by offering His firstborn son Yahusha on Passover to provide access to the altar of Yahuah to all his children, the spiritual truth has been revealed.


·         the sons of Yahuah offering themselves as living sacrifices every Passover, the spiritual truth has been revealed.


·         Yahusha returning and “leading the children of Israel” into the Promised Land upon his return in the Second Exodus, the spiritual truth has been revealed.


These are the discussion we should be having on the eve of 13th as Passover begins on the 14th at sunset. Our minds must be set properly and our “mindset” must be righteous. Speaking of this very thing, The Apostle Sha’ul said of Passover:

1 Corinthians 11:27

So then, whoever eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Messiah in an unworthy manner (not understanding the spiritual significance, and not properly being Mikveh’d and examining himself for “spot or blemish”) will be guilty of sinning against the body and blood of the Messiah.

We have had 6,000 years to learn the spiritual lesson! Have we learned the lesson these “shadows of greater spiritual truths” were designed to teach us? No. Was the physical “shadow picture” of Passover designed to teach us the spiritual truth of The Jewish Seder? NO! The Seder has nothing to do with Passover.




I certainly hope that is not what Yahusha suffered and gave his life as a living sacrifice for! Every year, year by year for thousands of years we have ritualized keeping Passover, and now we have reduced it down to a simple token meal called The Jewish Seder (which is itself stolen from the Roman banquet called the symposium)! Worse yet, we have changed it completely to the Christian celebration of Easter stolen from Babylon!

We have missed the very spiritual lessons the Passover Season was given by Yahuah to teach us. That each one of us, as sons of Yahuah, are destined to be perfected in this life through suffering and we are to offer ourselves as spotless lambs in the Temple of Yahuah on His altar each Passover as living sacrificial lambs!


Instead, we adopted a Roman ritual and apply it to Judaism, then steal it from Judaism and apply it to Christianity. In the process we have reduced Yahuah’s wonderful Plan of Salvation down to a simple meaningless ritual call The Seder. Talk about missing the point by a country mile!

So let us discard all the pagan rituals and Jewish traditions that have lead us nowhere over 2000 years, and keep Passover the way Yahuah instructed us. Let us learn the lessons the physical rehearsal/examples were designed to teach us. Let us wean ourselves off the “milk of the word” and partake of the “meat of the word” and grow from children to full sons of Yahuah. Let us, offer ourselves to Yahuah the way He intended us to in the example set by our Messiah.

It all begins just prior to the Passover Season with the Chagigah remembrance meal, by discussing the physical to spiritual parallels of the upcoming rehearsal and properly preparing our bodies through Mikveh! Then the rehearsal begins the next day with The Preparation Day and the killing of the lambs on Passover, on the Altar of Yahuah.



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