PASSOVER GREETING

Matzah Chag Sameakh

Chag Pesach Sameach!

May you and your household be blessed with all the Shalom
and joy of this season of Salvation and Redemption!

In Him Who loves us,
Keren Hannah & Cindy Lou

Please note:
The study on ENT 59 – Avot 4:8 will be posted on HIS-ISRAEL next Tuesday, April 22nd.

10 thoughts on “PASSOVER GREETING

    • jean, i noticed your comment and wanted to let you know that easter comes from the pagan holiday of ishtar. also there is no command in torah to observe or celebrate the death or resurrection of Yeshua. Passover, is the holiday for both Jews and God Fearers (gentiles who follow Yeshua and Torah (which is Genesis to Revelation) to celebrate. so enjoy that box of matzah.

    • ((((Jean)))) thank you ~ and our Abba’s sweet blessings of joy and peace to you also.

      Such a special season we are moving into. Last year I read something by FFOZ I found so interesting it was about how our Messiah Yeshua’s resurrection gives such a special significance and joy to the counting of the Omer which begins on the second day of Passover.

      “The Master’s resurrection makes the counting of the Omer a season of special significance and joy. For His disciples, it is a time to remember the resurrected Yeshua. All of His post-resurrection appearances fell within the days of the Omer count.

      At the end of the first day of the Omer, at the beginning of the second day, He rose. On the second day of the Omer, He appeared to Miriam and to two of our number while they traveled to Emmaus, and also to Peter. On the third day of the Omer He appeared in our midst, among the Twelve. On the tenth day of the Omer He appeared to us again, and Thomas was with us. During the counting He appeared to 500 of our number and then to James. During the counting He appeared to seven of our number while they fished on the sea. On the 41st day of the Omer He led us out to a hill near Bethany, and we saw Him ascend to heaven. Before He ascended, He commanded us not to leave Jerusalem, but to wait there for the promise of the Father.

      We waited and counted the days. Forty-one, forty-two, forty-three, forty-four, forty-five, forty-six, forty-seven, forty-eight, forty-nine days of the Omer…and when the day of Pentecost was fully come we were all together in one place.” FFOZ

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