פסח יוֹם א – Pesach Yom א – Passover Day 1
April 16, 2022
Exodus 12:21-51; Joshua 5:2-6:1; John 19:31-20:1
Chag Pesach Sameach – Happy Passover Holiday!
This week’s portion covers Exodus 12:21-51 and begins, “And Mosheh called for all the elders of Yisra’ĕl and said to them, ‘Go out and take lambs for yourselves according to your clans, and slay the Pĕsaḥ.’ ”
This is the chapter that Rabbi’s have chosen for the first day of Pesach. Pastor Richard shows the connection of Yeshua with the Exodus out of Egypt. It is said that Moshe will be the first and last Redeemer … Not literally himself, but that the last redeemer will have the virtues of Moshe, the Law of God.
In Exodus 12:38, where the scripture reveals that Israel was “driven” out of Egypt, we see the Hebrew word for “driven” has to do with “divorced,” so in the future the ruler of this world will “divorce” us.
After 430 years to the day the payment for transgressions was complete and then DELIVERANCE. Pastor Richard shows how Chazal (sages) teach that until that particular hour (debt paid} they were not worthy and we see this concept also in Matthew 24: 22 “And except those days had been shortened, no flesh would have been saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened.” (Was and will time be manipulated?) In HaShem’s loving kindness he is looking for ways to redeem us from our present exile.
On the 6th day of creation Adam broke covenant and in 6000 years that debt will also be complete and again there will be DELIVERANCE.
Watch to see all of this teaching with the exciting conclusion of the future FINAL Redemption and how the difference of being driven to the wilderness (from Egypt) and how we will be allured to the wilderness where there will be HIS provision for us and the judgment to purge the rebels.
This week our Haftorah teaching is delivered by Brother Mark from Joshua 5:2-6:1, and the New Covenant E-drash is delivered by Ro’eh Richard from John 19:31-20:1.
The video above contains the entirety of our service day, beginning with our Blessings and Worship portions.
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