Passover and Exodus cartoons.
A real tour through a Matza Factory, funny, entertainment and tasty, enjoy!!!
Dr. Dwight Pryor talks about the Passover meal in the Upper Room with Christ. He also talks about the controversy of the Resurrection on the 3rd day or 3 days & 3 nights. Very insightful video Dwight A. Pryor is the Founder and President of the Center for Judaic-Christian Studies in Dayton, Ohio. He is [...]
During the Seder, each participant drinks four cups of wine to recall the four expressions of redemption mentioned in the Bible (Ex. 6:6-7). God tells Moses to tell the people of Israel, “I will bring you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians, and I will rid you from under their bondage and I [...]
There are no set rules for the basic order of the seder. Just like with Thanksgiving dinner, traditions vary among families. Here we give a seder checklist of what to serve and setting the table.
Simple matza and charoset recipes.
The veil being torn from top to bottom is a fact of history. The profound significance of this event is explained in glorious detail in Hebrews. The things of the temple were shadows of things to come, and they all ultimately point us to Jesus Christ. He was the veil to the Holy of Holies, and through His death the faithful now have free access to God.
This little booklet will walk you through your Seder step-by-step! Haggadah is a Hebrew word that means the telling.The Haggadah is the Order of Service for the Passover Seder Dinner. A copy is used by each participant and is essential for understanding and participation. This Haggadah is inexpensive and functional and for a Christian Seder. [...]
Passover is the most popular Jewish holiday. The dinner celebration is called a seder. The Passover Seder is a meal with special foods, practices, and Scripture readings that commemorate the liberation from Egyptian slavery, in accordance with God’s instructions (Lev. 23:1,4, Exod. 12:14,24-27). Seder means “order.” The seder invites each family to recount its own [...]
Jesus preached three sermons in which he declared Himself the “light of the world,” and all three could have been during Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights.