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How to know when to determine the date of Passover?

The above shows the stages of the barley crops, the ripen barley on the right. The Biblical feast are closely related to the seaons of crops for example the  Aviv was found in Israel indicate the Season of Spring is near, immature fruit will start appearing in Spring. When the Aviv show forth the season awaiting for harvest Karmel. Barley that is Karmel (ripen) can be harvested and smitten. The firstling crops set aside for the firstfruits, omer, shavuot. The process of making bread or flour bysmitting crushing into fine grain usually made into grain offering, it can also be made into soup, or baked bread. We see the smitten ripen barley the type of Yeshua HaMashiach who was smitten, crushed, bled and died for the atonement for our sins.

Hachodesh hazeh lachem rosh chadasheem rishon hu lachem l’chad’shai hashanah.

How we know if the month of Aviv is the beginning of New Year? Shemot 12:2

This month shall be to you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the year to you. Shemot 12:2 Translated directly from Hebrew without attempting to make any English sense of it, the words in English say this exactly: The new moon, this one, to you head of new moons first it to you to new moons of the year. The New Year is always in line with feast of Yahweh, His redemption plan, and the manner of type of believer's life from the day he/she was redeem until He come face to face with the Almighy One.

The sliver New moon indicate the beginning of the new month

Pesach / Unleaven bread Matzah fall on full moon


  The Overview of the Historical event of Pesach

  1. The Deliverance of Benai Yisrael from Slavery in the land of Mitzrayim (Shemot 12) - Pesach first Instituted
  2. The second year remembrance feast of Pesach in the Wilderness (Bamidbar 9) - Remembrance of Deliverance
  3. Yehoshua observe the Pesach (Yehoshua 5:10-11) - Reassurance of Victory
  4. Chizkiyahu shomer  Pesach (Divrei haYamim Bet 30) - Restoration from Backsliding
  5. Yoshiyahu shomer Pesach (Divrei haYamim 35) - Recovery based on the Word
  6. Benai Golus (exile ones) shomer Pesach lead by Zeruvbavel Passover (Ezra 6:19) - Return from Captivity
  7. Mashiach Yeshua had His early last seder with His Talmidim on eve of the Pesach (Loukas 22) - Redemption for the World

 Annually the Messianic Community shomer Pesach Seder in three main significant:
First the Remembrance Feast of Yisrael deliverance from Slavery in Mitzrayim
Second Remembrance Feast is Mashiach's Seder in which Yeshua instituted - "Do this in remembrance of Me"
Third Remembrance Feast is looking forward Mashiach soon return to eat the Seder Pesach, as He has promised.

Tehillim (Psalms) Pesach Special days Reading

Some authorities ( such as Siddur Avodah Yisrael (Roedelheim); Siddur Beit Yaakov (R' Yaakov Emden); Maaseh Rav ( Vilna Gaon) list Tehillim to be recited after prayers on various days such as Shabbat, festivals, fasts and so on.

Special Days

Avodah Yisrael

Beit Yaakov

Maaseh Rav

Rosh Chodesh




Shabbat HaGadol




Pesach First day




Pesach Second day




Pesach Third day




Pesach Fourth day




Pesach Fifth day




Pesach Sixth day




Pesach Seventh day




Pesach Eighth day


136 or 114


Isru Chag - אסרו חג Pesach





De 16:1Observe the month of Aviv, and keep the Pesach to ADONAI thy Elohim: for in the month of Aviv ADONAI thy Elohim brought thee forth out of Mitzrayim by night. Ex 13:4 This day came you out in the month Aviv. Ex 23:15Thou shall keep the feast of Matzah: (thou shall eat Matzah seven days, as I commanded thee, in the Moed of the month Aviv; for in it you camest out from Mitzrayim: and none shall appear before me empty:)

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Scripture Reading Shemot 12

 This page contain my own personal notes which I have learn from the Messianic Jewish Movement and also from Hebraic Roots Global Network. In these lesson, I hope to have a better understand the Jewish culture and how it relates to the Christian on the spiritual point of view.

Many Bible Believing believers are not aware that the Passover has always come under attack by leaven doctrines, Passover has been replace by the Persian pagan feast read more about


2. Timely Reminder of Blood Libel - Christian antisemitism who accuse Jews as "christkiller"

Do to this generation Christian know what happen on passover in AD 1144 when the Jews celebrated the passover? This historial account was written on the first recorded ritual murder charge occurred in 1144 in Norwich, England. When a Christian boy named William of Norwich disappeared, the townsfolk spread a terrible story about his fate. The Jews had killed him, they said; "everybody Knew" that Jews used the blood of Christian children in their rites. "Blood libel" as it was called, was frequently discussed by Christian around the Jewish holiday of Passover. Christians thought that Jews needed fresh blood as ingredient in Matzo, the flat, unleavened bread. Till today there are still some negative thoughts that the Jews are "keeping the Gentile-children-goyim's blood stored under 40 degrees." Again it is very disturbing incidence that history do repeats itself but this time a different feast Purim read this article to what it is (Jews Use Teenagers' Blood for 'Purim' Pastries and also you can read the studies below and see if their thought are true? Our prayer is that Christian should take pain to know the truth of the Torah, learn the Hebraic roots of Christian faith, be cautious of our tongues, beware lashorn hara evil talks against the Jewish people  and defend the truth. learn the lesson of history and reject all forms of the venom of hatemonger.

I would like to thank the Messianic Jewish people who have help us to understand the meaning passover. This year 2001 is very special to me, It was my first passover feast I attended. we have a passover feast seminar "Behold the lamb". I do hope to learn and have hand on experience on the passover. I did this simple notes on this web page to share some of the things I have learn so far.

On the 14 in Nisan , millions of Jewish people worldwide will begin with great anticiption their eight-day Celebration of Passover, The Feast of Unleavened Bread. Each family member will use a HAGGADAH.

With regard to Salvation Issue:

Acts 15:11 But we believe that through the grace of Adonay Yeshua Ha Mashiach we shall be saved, even * * as they.

Romans 3:29 - 30 Is he the Elohim of the Jews only? is he not also of the Gentiles? Yes, of the Gentiles also: Seeing it is ONE Elohim, which shall justify the circumcision by faith, and uncircumcision through faith.

The core of Avrahamic Covenant teaching is centered around, "Circumcision of the Heart." The foreskin of the heart; specifically means, "a barrier to holiness" i.e. lust. This barrier is what Acts 2:38 removes! The Torah, the Ketuvim and The Nevim (Joshua-Ecclesiastes, Yeshayahu specifically  Yemiryahu 31 and Ezek iel 35-36-Malachi)

all speak symbolically (and literally) of a time when ADONAI Elohim is going to circumcise the hearts of His people and all ADONAI Elohim fearers so that they could love Him with all their heart, love their neighbor, and keep His Mitzvot (commandments). That is why a  new believers are so sensitive to ADONAI Elohim and His voice. It is also the reason that they turn from evil to good and can no longer entertain evil thoughts-their conscience is cleansed!

However if you want to Partake the Passover?

the 1 feast with two covenants

For those believers in Yeshua who have

the first covenant of circumcision of heart and

already walk in obedience and submissive to the Torah teaching and instruction,

desire to testify your seal of righteousness.

Then take the step of obedience - Brit Milah the Second covenant of the flesh

Shemot 12:48 - 49 / Shemot 12:48 - 49

And when a Ger (stranger, )  shall sojourn with thee (willing choose to follow, by faith teshuvah), and will shomer (keep, observe) Ha Pesach to , let all his males be circumcised, and then let him come near and keep it; and he shall be as one that is born in the land: for no uncircumcised person shall eat thereof .One Torah shall be to him that is Ezrach, (homeborn, native) and to the Ger (stranger) that sojourneth among you.

Proper understanding of Circumcision for Gentiles 

Rabbi Yaakov Ben Yosef explains

Concerning circumcision at the present moment since the place that Elohim chooses to place his name is no-longer standing a Biblically correct passover is no possible at this time.

Therefore, circumcision is not an issue like it once was.

Since Yeshua's death the world has been in a state of Passover for 2 thousand years.  

In fact, until the direct judgment spoken of in revelations begins we are in a state of Passover. When Yeshua died judgment was put on hold until the proper time.

As a result, grace abounds and therefore humans are given some room to learn and follow Yeshua voluntarily. As a result, the requirement of circumcision concerning the Passover has been relaxed. Yeshua came as the unleavened bread/redeeming firstborn because in this role there is not a requirement circumcision.

In other words, the feast of unleavened bread does not require circumcision before an individual can participate. Since the temple does not exist and since we are in a period of perpetual passover/unleavened bread circumcision is not a mandatory requirement.

In fact, since we can't have a Biblically correct sacrificed lamb without the temple I'm not sure we are really having Passover. What it looks to me like we are having today is the feast of unleavened bread with a symbolic remembrance of the Passover.

I believe that the marriage supper of the lamb when Yeshua returns He will resume the last Passover.

This is why the Passover will be sacrificed by the prince as Ezekiel 45:21-25 states

"In the first month, in the fourteenth day of the month, you shall have the passover, a feast of seven days; unleavened bread shall be eaten. And upon that day shall the prince prepare for himself and for all the people of the land a bullock for a sin offering.

And seven days of the feast he shall prepare a burnt offering to ADONAI, seven bullocks and seven rams without blemish daily the seven days; and a kid of the goats daily for a sin offering.

And he shall prepare a meat offering of an ephah for a bullock, and an ephah for a ram, and an hin of oil for an ephah. In the seventh month, in the fifteenth day of the month, shall he do the like in the feast of the seven days, according to the sin offering, according to the burnt offering, and according to the meat offering, and according to the oil."

The fact that the passover must be done at the place Elohim chooses to place His name and the fact that we are in a state of Passover until Yeshua returns it is not mandatory for people attending Passover to be circumcised.

For those who simply wants to know the Passover significant, you may invite a Jew to your Congregation to show you the demonstration on how a Pesach is celebrated, no circumcision are required in this instance. Alternatively you learn from  the following ways such as being invited to a Jewish home to witness the Passover celebration, acquire a book study on Passover, online demonstration; Power point presentation; or video presentation which a best alternative whereby you have scripture references. If you have properly understood the significant and proper proceeding of Pesach - then the males of believer in Yeshua ccan take step of Brit Milah.

3. The Reason need for Circumcision and other important factors

                                                                                                                                Preparation of the Pesach

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Just Shabbat before Passover is called Shabbat HaGadol, the Great Sabbath. What is it about let Rabbi Yitzchak Alfassi explains and give you some insight of this day Also for several day before the Passover (The feast of freedom and deliverance), all leavened breads and cakes are removed from the home.Some of Event for Passover:


  On the night of 12th of Aviv will commence Bedikat Chametz Searching of the leaven - to remove all "chametz" from home. "Chametz" is any food that's been leavened, especially the five grains of wheat, barley, spelt, rye, and oats.

  On next Morning on the 13 in Aviv the Last Cleansing Ceremony which is the burning the Chametz, takes place on the night before the first Seder night begins. The mother Places a few pieces of leavened bread on the window sills and shelves. The father, in a symbolic search, with the children watching uses a feather to brush these bits of bread onto a wooden spoon. They are wrapped in a cloth and burned in the morning. No more Leavened bread is eaten until after the eight-day Holiday. The significant is that "Leaven" is a type of sinful nature, we are to search out "leaven" in our heart, is that anything in our life that are not right in eye of Elohim.

Traditionally, the day before the Festival begins is the day when the last chametz must be removed from the house and burned and from that moment on the only bread found in the house will be matzah. this "the first day for matzah" is the day before the start of Pesach. Since according to the Jewish Calendar a day begins at sundown, what this means is that the chametz is burned around mid morning and Pesach commence with the sedar service after the sun has set.

There are five types of fermentable grains that may not be used during Passover in any form except for matzoh.

The only scripture that may give some clue to forbidden 5 ferment-able grains such Shemot 12:15,19, Deu 16:4, Lev 2:11. The clue is to study the Hebrew root word

In Devarim 16:3 tells us that Unleaven bread or Matzah is also known as the "bread of affliction" Hebrew Lechem Oni. Seven days you shall eat unleavened bread. On the first day you shall remove leaven out of your houses, for if anyone eats what is leavened, from the first day until the seventh day, that person shall be cut off from Israel. (Shemot 12:15) (noun) foods that are prohibited during Passover. These include any foods made of grain that has come in contact with water for a period of time before being fully cooked

The word translated "leaven" or "leavened bread" is the Hebrew word chametz (חמץ)  food that are prohibited during Passover, these include any foods made of grain that has com in contact with water for a period of time before being fully cooked. Chametz is any grain product in which fermentation has occurred. It is related to the word chamutz (חמוץ), which means "sour."

The basic principle of understanding is that any product that is fermented or can cause fermentation may not be eaten, including five types of fermentable grains: wheat, rye, barley, oats, and spelt. Fermentation begins immediately whenever flour or grain comes in contact with water. Fermentation is the process of yeast (which occurs naturally in the air) breaking the sugars into alcohol, releasing carbon dioxide.

Any food or drink that is made from one of these grains or that contains one of these grains, even in very small quantity, is considered hametz. This category of forbidden legumes, which includes rice, is called "Kitniyot" or "Kitniyos" in Hebrew (Kitniyot or Kitniyos means either "bits", "small things", or "little things" in Hebrew as an approximate translation and comes from the root word "small" in Hebrew.).

Wheat and spelt (biblical spelt is now more correctly identified as emmer wheat) are both in the genus Triticum and anything else in the genus is likewise forbidden. Oat-grain is practically gluten-free and belongs to a different tribe than wheat, spelt, rye and barley. Millet and teff are borderline; it takes a few days for them to rise. Concerning Identification of שיבולת שועל "oats" see מיני דגן (Clarification: In modern Hebrew כסמת is used for Buckwheat, which is not a grain at all.)

Matzah is an unleavened bread made from water and flour of any of the five major grains that have been carefully tended from harvest through the baking process to make certain that they have no leaven in them.

 What is Hametz (Leaven)?

There is a centuries-old debate among the Karaites themselves about the definition of Hametz (leaven). According to the first opinion Hametz is the process of leavening that occurs to certain grains when they are mixed with water. The test to identify what types of grain can become Hametz is to take the flour of that grain, mix it with water, and leave it for a few hours. If the dough rises, that grain is subject to becoming Hametz (leaven). On the other hand, if the dough spoils, then that grain or plant is not leaven-able and it can be freely used and cooked on Passover.

This seems rather obvious but in the Middle Ages the question arose of whether lentil-flour was permissible on Passover. While lentils are not grains, their flour looks much like wheat-flour. The Rabbanites too puzzled over this issue and to this day Sephardic Rabbanites eat lentils on Passover while Ashkenazic Rabbanites do not. Rather than accept arbitrary rulings the Karaite sages sat down and performed experiments. They concluded that the flour of lentils does not rise but spoils and therefore lentils in all its forms are permissible on Passover. The same with rice which is also permissible in all its forms on Passover. Adherents of this view include most of the medieval Karaite sages including Aharon ben Eliyah and Elijah Baschyatchi (see below) as well as the present author

On 14th Aviv @ 5.30 pm passover begin..

The Element description of the Passover Seder (the order of the service and the meal) and Spiritual Significant for Messianic Believer to Understand and appreciate

Passover Sedar

Visit the Yeshuat Yisrael Passover Sedar Banquet;  the table layout and Recipes

Free download Pesach Seder Meal Plate Colouring Worksheet for Kids - Restore

Virtual Online Seder Plate

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On the evening of Passover, the woman of the house traditionally lights two white candles which represent creation and redemption. They also symbolize the two witnessed Moshe and Eliyahu. Moshe represent the Torah and Eliyahu represents the prophets, and the Torah and the prophets testify that Yeshua is the Messiah.

This light of candle is a Jewish tradition. The Torah does not command us to light candles. Some believes that the light represents Messiah Yeshua is the light bearer and we are commanded to be light of the world through Him. The women of the house lights the candles, she will draws the light to her with a motioning of her hands. it is meaningful to remember that through the women Eve, the light went out of the world, but through Miriam, the Light came back into the world.

Women of the House:
Barukh Atah ADONAI Eloheinu Melekh ha Olam Asher Kidshanu bid'varo ve natan lau et Yeshua meshikheinu, v'tzivanu vhiyot or la Olam

Blessed are You O Adonay our Elohim, King of the Universe who has sanctified us by your Word, has given us Yeshua our Mashiach and commanded us to be a light of the World.

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What is the Meal of Messiah? Part 1 of 3
What is the Meal of Messiah? Part 2 of 3
What is the Meal of Messiah? Part 3 of 3 

The Passover - Yeshua's Last Seder Meal on earth

The Covenant Meal

4 cups

I will take the cup of salvation, and call upon the Name of ADONAI (יהוה) Tehillim 116:13.

The FIRST is the Cup of SANCTIFICATION, signified by the promise, He chose us, free from under the burdens of Eygptian" (for the Non-Jews understanding is that He brings us out of bondage of sins) Remember the day how you came to know Adonay as your Messiah.

The SECOND is the cup of DELIVERANCE, signified by the promise "I will rid you out of their Bondage" (means we unable able to save ourselves, helpless as we are Elohim will deliever us out of sin, the wrath of Elohim and His Judgement. At the Garden of Gethsemane drank this bitter cup for us. Use finger dip the vine drop on the plate.

The THIRD is the cup of REDEMPTION, signified by promise " I will redeem you with a stretched out arm and with great Judgement" Here we see ADONAI in His sovereign plan of Salvation that His Son Messiah Yeshua had paid dearly (This is cup we are to remember until He comes)

The FOURTH is the Cup of RESTORATION, signified by the promise, Meal of Messiah (Seudat Mashiach,סעודת משיח ). this fourth cups of wine is a special focus on the Messiah."I will take you to Me for a people and I will be to you a Elohim" Here we are all awaiting soon return of Messiah as KING OF KING AND LORD "THE CUP OF HOPE" -

 Shemot 6: 6 - 8 - Seven "I WILL"

Lakhen emor! livnei-Yisrael ANI ADONAI

Wherefore say to Benai Yisrael, ANI ADONAI


Hebrew Text, Transliterated and literal English Translation





I will free you from serving them





Velakakhti etkhem li leAm

    I will take you to Me for a People








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Read the story of Shemot and Tehillim 105

There are many view as to which is the correct route of exodus, it may well believe to be in land of Midianite

Yisrael came into Mitzrayim (to avoid a famine). Thus Yaakov sojourned in the land of Goshen. ADONAI caused the His people to be very fruitful and made them stronger that their adversary (Mitzrayim)

The New Pharoah did not know Yosef "And he said to his people, Behold, the people of the children of Israel are more and mightier than we:" "Come on, let us deal wisely with them; lest they multiply, and it come to pass, that, when there falleth out any war, they join also to our enemies, and fight against us, and so get them up out of the land." (Shemot 1:9-10)

The Pharoah's heart hated the Hebrews and to deal craftily with His servants and put them into bondage. Then Elohim sent Moshes His servant and Aaron who He had chosen to deliever His people. They performed wondrous acts among them and miracles in the land of Mitzrayim. He plagued them with their own gods and He also struck down all the first born of Mitzrayim but He deliever Israel through the blood of Passover lamb.

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In this feast, we remind ourselves of this plagues by taking some drops of wine with a spoon or dipping a finger and sprinkle 10 drops for each plague on a plate.

All will say:

Blood; frogs, gnats, flies, pestilence

boils, hail, locust, darkness, slaying of the firstborn


   THE NILE PLAGUE Shemot 7:19-20 - 
Blood judged Sati, Khnum (lord of cool water) and creator of man. Sothis (god of flood waters) Hapi, Osiris, Hathor, Neith, Sobek, and Apepi.

  THE FROG PLAGUE Shemot 8:1-15 judged Heket( creator goddess symbolized by a frog).
THE LICE PLAGUE Shemot 8:16-21 - gnats judged Seth (chaos), Geb, Ra, and Osiris (god of underworld & vegetation .
 THE FLIES PLAGUE Shemot 8:24 judged Vatchit, Beelzebub, and the Scarab beetle.
 THE DEADLY MURRAIN Shemot 9:1-6 - pestilence judged Ptah, chief gods Apis, a goat Hathor (cow goddess), and Osiris. vegatation Themustis
THE BOILS PLAGUE Shemot 9:8-9 judged Ptah, Osiris, Sekhmet, Imhotep, Serapis, the Egyptians priesthood, and the ritual of casting ashes. life and healing, powerless over healing
 THE HAIL PLAGUE  Shemot 9:23-25 judged Nut, Geb (Elohim of the Earth), Amun-Ra (sun god), Osiris (god of the underworld and of vegetation), sky goddess
 THE LOCUSTS PLAGUE Shemot 10:12-15 judged Sobek, Ra, Shu, Geb, and Osiris. khepri selket symbolized by insects
 THE DARKNESS PLAGUE Shemot 10:22-23 judged Nut,thoth (moon god) Hathor, Amen-Ra, and the Egyptians priesthood. sun gods Ra was also a national god. Egyptians experience 3 days Total pitch darkness
 THE DEATH OF THE FIRSTBORN Shemot 12:29 judged Heka, Taweret Hippoptamus goddess & protective diety of child birth, Isis (mother goddess), Min (fertility god), Horus, Bes, Seker, Amen (The Hidden One," a primordial creation-deity) and the Pharaoh as god.  ADONAI the creator of the universe killed every first born son of Mitzrayim as to recompensed what the Eygptians had done to the first born son of Yisrael. Likewise today whosoever did harm to the Jewish people, they have to pay dearly for their deeds. So don't be a fool.

 A challenge against  the Egyptians  idolatry's  against worshiping lamb as gods thus sacrifice of lamb was an abomination to the Egyptians

ADONAI judged Mitzrayim by plaguing them and each plague represented a judgment on a specific Egyptians deity. These plagues exhibited the total defeat of Mitzrayim's gods by the only one True ADONAI of YisraEL, Creator of the universe and the King of the Universe. There will be a even greater ten plague to come in the great tribulation period as in Revelation 7 - 8

The Plagues and The Shemot by Dr. David Livingston   

Design by Messianic Jew Movement International

Ma nishtana ha lyla ha zeh mikkol hallaylot?

Why is this night Different from all other nights of the Year?
while the Mitzrayim were burying all their firstborn, whom ADONAI had struck among them: on their elohim (gods) also ADONAI executed judgments.
Bamidbar (Numbers) 33:4

  1. Shebb'khol hallelot en anu matbillin afillu pa‘am eḥat, vehallayla hazze sh'tei fe‘amim.
    Why is it that on all other nights we do not dip [our food] even once, but on this night we dip them twice?
  2. Shebb'khol hallelot anu okh’lin 'amets umatsa, vehallayla hazze kullo matsa.
    Why is it that on all other nights during the year we eat either leavened bread or matza, but on this night we eat only matza?
  3. Shebb'khol hallelot anu okh’lin sh’ar y'rakot, vehallayla hazze maror.
    Why is it that on all other nights we eat all kinds of vegetables, but on this night we eat bitter herbs?
  4. Shebb'khol hallelot anu okh’lin ben yosh’vin uven m'subbin, vehallayla hazze kullanu m'subbin.
    Why is it that on all other nights we dine either sitting upright or reclining, but on this night we all recline?
  5. A fifth question which is present in the mishnah has been removed by later authorities due to its inapplicability after the destruction of the temple is: . Shebb'khol hallelot anu okh’lin basar tsali shaluk umvushal, vehallayla hazze kullo tsali.
    Why is it that on all other nights we eat meat either roasted, marinated, or cooked, but on this night it is entirely roasted?


From Bondage, Slavery in Mitzrayim

To Delieverance and Freedom in Promise land

We were slaves in Mitzrayim under Pharaoh, and our everlasting Elohim brought us out with a mighty hand and outstretched arm. And if Elohim had not brought us out we would still be in bondage to the Pharoahs of Egyptians.It tells the story of Elohim's everlasting love for His people and how at the appointed time He came forth and redeemed us by the blood of the Lamb (Yeshua)


The Matzoh reminds us that the dough had not the time to rise because of the haste in which our ancestors left Mitzrayim. Leaven is also a symbol of sin and we are to separate ourselves from sin. The Moror reminds us of the bitterness that our ancestors suffered under Egyptians bondage. In the Moror. we also recall our own bondage of sin before the salvation of our Messiah.


We dip twice to symbolize that Messiah has replaced our tears with the joy of our salvation and that He has delievered us from the bitter tasted of sin by becoming sin for us.


Reclining is a symbol of a free man who can eat in leisure. it also symbolizes nobility where Kings and Kohen ate reclined. Messiah Yeshua has made us to be Royal Priesthood that are free in Him. So this pillow not reminds us of our freedom but it is also a rehearsal for the greater fulfillment in the millennial kingdom when we rule and reign with Him over all the earth.

Then Everyone will recites and sings


DAYENU "it is enough"

"He brought us out from Mitzrayim... slew their firstborn ... divided the Red Sea for us ... helped us 40 years in the wilderness.... fed us manna.....gave us the Shabbat..... gave us the Torah..... Brought us into the land of Israel built for us the Holy Temple.

Dayenu (Hebrew:דַּיֵּנוּ)

Listen to the Midi tune Dayenu

The Ten Execution of Mishpatim (Judgments)

The Flood

Judgement on Sedom and Amorah

The ten plague

Beresheet 5:6-32

Beresheet 11:10-29

Shemot 7-11

Shet - 912 shanah

Shem - vs 10

Blood - Shemot 7:14-25

Enosh - 905 shanah

Arpakhshad - vs 10

Frogs - Shemot 8:1-15

Kenan 910 Shanim

Shelakh - vs 12

Gnats (lice) Shemot 8:16-19

Mahalal el - 905 shanah

Ever - vs 14

Flies - Shemot 8:20-32

Yered - 962 shanah

Peleg - vs 16

Animal dies - Shemot 9:1-7

Chanoch (Enoch) 365 shanah

Elohim took him away

Reu - vs 18

Boils - Shemot 9:8-12

Metushelakh - 969 Shanah

Serug - vs 20

Hails - Shemot 9:13-35

Lemekh - 777 shanah

Nachor - vs 22

Locust - Shemot 10: 1-20

Noach - 950 shanah

Terach - vs 24

Darkness - Shemot 10:11-29

Shem - Gen 5:32

Avram - vs 26

Death to Firstborn - Shemot 11:1-10


Shank bone and eggs The symbols of Passover are then ephasized: THE ROASTED SHANK BONE symbolizes the Pesach (Hebrew for Paschal Lamb) which early Hebrew ancestors ate when the Temple was in existence. At that time, a Festival offering was also sacrificed by pilgrims coming to the The Temple which is now symbolised by THE ROASTED EGG. Also the egg is traditionally a symbol of mourning and the egg represents the destruction of the Temple. The egg is cooked until it is burnt and it is dipped in salt water [tears] {The Hirsch Seder}. The egg is oval shaped, without begining or end, and it represents eternity.

pitch.jpg - 2004 Bytes This is a Pitcher guess what is it for? In the Ceremony of Rachatz & urchatz (washing), the final cleansing before the Seder, once again the pitcher of water a towel and bowl are brought to each person. The washing of hand is a symbolic act of purification. Just as the Temple Kohen would wash their hands and feet before offering sacrifices or entering the Holy of Holies. we who are the Royal Priesthood of ADONAI also symbolically purify ourselves by the washing of our hand.
Yeshua set lesson on humility - washing of His taught ones feet
13:1 Now before the Chag Pesach, when Yehoshua (יהושע) knew that His hour was come that he should depart out of this world to Ha AVI, having loved his own which were in Olam Hazeh, He loved them to the end.
13:2 And dinner being ended, the devil having now put into the heart of Yehudah Kerioth, Shimon's [son], to betray Him;
13:3 Yehoshua (יהושע) knowing that Ha AVI had given all things into His hands, and that he was come from Elohim (אלהים), and went to Elohim (אלהים);
13:4 He rises from dinner, and laid aside His garments; and took a towel, and girded  His loins.
13:5 After that he pours mayim into a bowl, and began to wash the talmidim' feet, and to wipe [them] with the towel wherewith he was girded.
13:6 Then comes he to Shimon Kefa: and Kefa said to him, Adon, dost you wash My feet?
13:7 Yehoshua (יהושע) answered and said to him,
""What I am doing you do not understand now, but you will know after this."
13:8 Kefa said to him, You shall never wash My feet. Yehoshua (יהושע) answered him, If I wash you not, you have no part with Me.
13:9 Shimon Kefa said to him, Adonay, not My feet only, but also [my] hands and [my] head.
13:10 Yehoshua (יהושע) said to him, He that is washed needs not save to wash [his] feet, but is clean every whit: and you are clean, but not all.
13:11 For he knew who should betray Him; therefore said he, You are not all clean.
13:12 So after he had washed their feet, and had taken his garments, and was set down again, he said to them, Know you what I have done to you?
13:13 You call Me Master and Adon: and you say well; for [so] I am.
13:14 If I then, [your] Adon and Master, have washed your feet; you also ought to wash one another's feet.
13:15 For I have given you an example, that you should do as I have done to you.
herbs.jpg - 2206 Bytes In the Ceremony of Koraych which follows, the horseradish and Charoset are placed between two pieces of matzot in the famous "Hillel Sandwich" and eaten. This is in obedience to the Biblical command which stated that the Pascal Lamb was to be eaten with unleavened bread and bitter herbs. It is now to time for Shulchan Oraych, dinner. The Seder meal is served. Tzafun follows dinner. In ancient times, the Pascal Lamb was the last food to be eaten. In its place, after the Afikomen is found by the children and redeemed by a gift, desserts such as Kosher mascaroons, special candies, honey and sponge cake (Unleavened) are enjoyed by all. Boraych, Grace after Meals, is recited.

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    </div></center><p style=The third Ceremony of the Seder is Karpas, the partaking of the green vegetable (parsley, lettuce or watercress). The vegetable is dipped in salted water and eaten. In tasting the salt water the Hebrew remember the tears which their ancestors shed while suffering the tortures of slavery.


Loukas 22:15

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Shulchan O rech - The Set table

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Luke 22:7  Then came Yom Ha Matzah (the first day of Unleavened Bread) on which the Passover lamb had to be sacrificed.

22:8 And he sent Kefa and Yochanan, saying, Go and prepare us the passover, that we may eat.

22:9 And they said to him, Where will you that we prepare?

22:10 And he said to them, Behold, when you are entered into the city, there shall a man meet you, bearing a pitcher of water; follow him into the beit where he entereth in.

22:11 And you shall say to the goodman of the beit, Adonay saith to thee, Where is the guestchamber, where I shall eat the Pesach with my Talmidim?

22:12 And he shall shew you a large upper room furnished: there make ready.

22:13 And they went, and found as he had said to them: and they made ready the passover.

22:14 And when the hour was come, he sat down, and the twelve shlichim with him.

22:15 And he said to them, With desire I have desired to eat this Pesach with you before I suffer:

22:16 For I say to you, I will not any more eat thereof, until it be fulfilled in the kingdom of Elohim.

22:17 And he took the cup, and gave thanks, and said, Take this, and divide [it] among yourselves:

22:18 For I say to you, I will not drink of the fruit of the vine, until the kingdom of Elohim shall come.

22:19 And he took bread, and gave thanks, and brake [it], and gave to them, saying, This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of me.

22:20 Likewise also the cup after supper, saying, This cup [is] the new testament in my blood, which is shed for you.

22:21 But, behold, the hand of him that betrayeth me [is] with me on the table.

22:22 And truly the Ben Adam goeth, as it was determined: but woe to that man by whom he is betrayed!

[KOS] The Biblical Dark hours of the trial of Yeshua Ha Mashiach

Breading of Bread serviceclick on the Matzah

Afikomen - Greek word meaning "The ONE whoo has risen"

Chassidim who keep the custom of celebrating the Meal of Messiah on the last day believe that by eating the matzah and drinking the wine, they are connecting with Messiah in both a tangible and spiritual way. Elohim created us with our five senses, and he desires to bind us to him through our senses.

The FULFILLMENT of Passover is Messiah Yeshua! "Behold, the Lamb of Elohim! who takes away the sin of the world!" He took the bread and said, "This is my Body which is broken for you!"

In the scripture , leaven is a type of sin. Yeshua was the Unleavened Bread of Life! Like the pierced Afikomen (greek Lang) which is broken, "buried" under Elijah's pillow and raised up, Yeshua was pierced, bruised and broken by His crucifixion, buried and raised up on the third day according to the Scriptures, and proven to be Ben ELOHIM with Holiness by His Resurrection from the dead! because He lives, we, too, shall live!

This is the testimony of all who put their trust in the Messiah. Yeshua took the cup and said, "This Cup is the New Covenant in My Blood!" Through faith in His blood, we have Redemption, even the forgiveness of sin!

Yeshua was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities; the Punishment for our sins was upon Him; and with His stipes we are healed! He who knew no sin, became sin for us that we might become the righteous of ADONAI in Him! For even Messiah our Passover, is sacrificed for us: Therefore, let us keep the Feast.... with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth!" (1 Korinthos 5:7)The Adonai's seder meal is actually a miniature Passover Seder fulfilled in Messiah Yeshua Who said "This do in Remembrance of Me.

Why didn't Yeshua present a piece of lamb and state that this is my body?

Instead, Yeshua presented a piece of unleavened bread and stated this is my body, as we can see in Luke 22:19 "he took bread, and gave thanks, and brake it, and gave to them, saying, This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of me." Breaking of unleavened bread instead of presenting himself as the passover lamb should make us question traditional doctrine.

Loukas 22:19 And having taken the Afikoman and having made the ha motzi Yeshua (ישוע) broke the  matzah (unleaven bread), and gave to them, saying: This is My body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of Me.

Loukas 22:19  And he took bread, and gave thanks, and brake it, and gave to them, saying, This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of me.

Also Yaakov Ben Yosef explain more significant understanding difference between the Passover lamb and unleaven bread.

When Yeshua took the unleavened bread, broke it, and stated "This do In Remembrance of Me" he was defining himself as the firstborn who would die so that a mixed multitude would have an opportunity for redemption.

This is why Yeshua used unleavened bread as a symbol of his body, instead of using the lamb.

The redemptive firstborn was able to free covenant and non covenant people equally.

The Passover lamb was reserved for those who already believe as we can see from Shemot 12:48 which states "when a stranger shall sojourn with thee, and will keep the passover to ADONAI, let all his males be circumcised, and then let him come near and keep it; and he shall be as one that is born in the land: for no uncircumcised person shall eat thereof."

Yeshua came to redeem the uncircumcised as well.

Therefore, redemption of the firstborn and the symbol of unleavened bread is a much more powerful representation of Yeshua than the Passover lamb.

As the redemptive firstborn Yeshua brought Tikun Olam (eternal healing) to the world. The firstborn Yeshua, redeemed firstborn Israel as well as the nations.

This is why Yeshua defined himself as the broken unleavened bread instead of the Passover lamb. In this context Yeshua clearly died on the first day of unleavened bread. Yeshua suffered for all nations on the first day of unleavened bread so that he might redeem all nations. 


Who is this EliYahu in Malachi 4:5-6 explains "Behold, I will send you Eliyahu the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of ADONAI (Great Tribulation): And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a curse.

"Hinnei! I have stood at the dalet (door) DOFEK ("knocking," SHIR HASHIRIM 5:2); if anyone hears my kol and opens the dalet, indeed I will come in to him and we, the two of us, will dine together at the BEIT HAYAYIN ["Banquet Hall," SHIR HASHIRIM 2:4]. "The one who wins the nitzachon (victory), I will give to him to sit with me on the Kes (Throne) of me, as I also won the nitzachon and sat with Elohim Avi on the Kes (throne) of him."

Fill the Fourth Cup and open the door

Baruch Ha ba

Barukh ha -Ba b'shem Adonay Haleilu YAH!
Barukh Ha - Ba b'shem Adonay

Blessed is He that cometh in the Name of the Adonay Halei Lu YAH
Blessed is He that cometh in the Name of ADONAI.

The Fourth cup - the Cup of Praise - Meal of Messiah (Seudat Mashiach,סעודת משיח )

Praise the Fourth cup "I will take you to Me for a people and I will be to you a ADONAI" Revelation 21;6-7

Our Master also spoke of this great feast that is to take place in the Messianic Era. He alludes to this when he talks about those who will "recline at table with Avraham, Yitzchak, and Yaakov in the kingdom of heaven" (Mattityahu 8:11). The Messianic banquet is called the "marriage supper of the Lamb" (Revelation 21:9). It is to this banquet that Yeshua refers when he told His Talmidim (taught Ones) that he would not eat of the Pesach again or drink from the fruit of the vine (pri hagafen) again "until it is fulfilled in the kingdom of Elohim" (Loukas 22:16).


Next Year in Yerusalem

This year we are here next year may we look forward to observe the Passover in the KINGDOM OF HEAVEN where we meet face to face in fellowship Messiah Yeshua. This year many are still enslaved next year may all men be free (Jubilee, Shabbat Shalom).

Chief Corner stone - rejected stone

The Challenge of Passover is to bring the Message of Messiah Yeshua to His Jewish People throughout the world who observe Passover, but do NOT have the Blood of Atonement!

an abomination to the Egyptians.


וַיֹּאמֶר מֹשֶה לֹא נָכוֹן לַעֲשׂוֹת כֵּן כִּי תּוֹעֲבַת מִצְרַיִם נִזְבַּח לַיְהֹוָה אֱלֹהֵינוּ הֵן נִזְבַּחאֶת-תּוֹעֲבַת מִצְרַיִם לְעֵינֵיהֶם וְלֹא יִסְקְלֻנוּ׃

Vayomer Mosheh lo nachon la'asot ken ki to'avat Mitzrayim nizbach lashem Eloheinu hen nizbach et-to'avat Mitzrayim le'eineihem velo yiskelunu.

But Moses said, “It is not right to do so, for we will sacrifice to the Lord our God what is an abomination to the Egyptians.

If we sacrifice what is an abomination to the Egyptians before their eyes, will they not then stone us?


因為我們要把埃及人看為可憎的祭物獻給耶和華我們的 神;


Why was the Lamb use as a Sacrifice?

A little phrase "an Abomination to the Eyptians" something that Christian are not aware of. We know Egyptians has many god but a lamb? According to Jewish interpretation, the Egyptians worshiped a lamb god. Sacrificing alamb would be offensive to the Egyptians because it represented the slaughter of their false deity—their “abomination.”

While in Egypt, HaShem told Mosheh and Aharon, “Tell all the congregation of Yisrael that on the tenth day of this month every man shall take a lamb according to their fathers' houses, a lamb for a household” (Shemot 12:3). The Benai Yisrael were aware that the Mitzrayim would sighted the incenses of their lamb sacrifice and that they might be taking their lives into their hands, just as Mosheh said. Yet each of Benai Yisrael took a lamb and tied it to the bedpost, in accordance with the command.

When the Mitzrayim saw the Israelites taking their lambs, they asked them why they were doing this. The Israelites bluntly answered, “To slaughter as a Passover offering as HaShem has commanded us.” The Mitzrayim were grinding their teeth in anguish, but they were unable to do or say anything to stop the Israelites. This was the miracle that marked the beginning of redemption. Celebrate the freedom fear of oppression, fear of objection. Battle against idolatry avodah zarah

A sketch illustration on how the ancient way  to roast the lamb and its significant

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Rabbi Yaakov Ben Yosef explains

Originally each family sacrificed the Passover themselves at their own place. However, from the time of the tabernacle/temple the Passover became a temple sacrifice. During the time of Yeshua the Passover sacrifice was done at the temple. These is because it is now forbiden to be done within an individuals own gates as Devarim 16:5-7 states "You may not sacrifice the passover within any of thy gates, which ADONAI thy Elohim gives you: But at the place which ADONAI thy Elohim shall choose to place His Name in, there you shall sacrifice the passover at even, at the going down of the sun, at the season that you camest forth out of Mitzrayim. And you shall roast and eat it in the place which ADONAI thy Elohim shall choose: and you shall turn in the morning, and go to thy tents."

I will say that in the past we have roasted a whole lamb. However, if you chose to roast a lamb it is only a symbol of the Passover it cannot be considered a proper Passover lamb unless it is done in the place Elohim chooses and not in your own gates as Devarim 16:5-7 commands. If you were to chose to have a whole lamb as Shemot 12:46 states "In one house shall it be eaten; you shall not carry forth ought of the flesh abroad out of the house; neither shall you break a bone thereof." It is s to be a whole lamb with no broken bones and it must be served in one house.

Will you also receive Yeshua (Jesus) as your personal Saviour, now is time of acceptance, today is your day of Salvation?


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Truth seekers who may want to know how can I establish Shalom and meaningful relationship with ADONAI Elohim?



Adonay Yeshua Ha Mashiach

In my contrite heart, I confess that I have transgress your Torah and have been living in sinful lives, a sinner that has fallen short of your Shekinah.

I am truly sorry and willing to turn away from my waywardness because you are Set Apart and Tzaddik Almighty.

I now come in my Teshuvah* to YOU and boldly I come to thy throne to seek your grace and obtain mercy. (*confess, repent, return, deliverance). (as stated in Hebrews 4:16)

Adonay Yeshua Ha Mashiach

Please come into my life and be my Master of my life and my Moshia.

Cleanse me with Your blood of Atonement.

Thank You for doing this according to Your Word.?

in the Name of Yeshua Ha Mashiach


If you have the conviction and by faith taken the step to pray this prayer, Elohim has made this wonderful promised for you with the following Scriptures.

1.   Your sins are atoned for (covered, forgiven, regenerated soul) (Yeshayahu 53:6.)

2.   You receive righteousness (right-standing with ADONAI) by faith

    (Beresheet 15:6; Habakkuk 2:4).

3.  You enter into a personal relationship with ADONAI, to know Him and enjoy Him. You become

    a child of ADONAI (Yirmeyahu 31:32).

4.    You receive Eternal life (lchaim) (Yoel 3:5; Daniel 12:2).

5.   ADONAI Elohim's Ruach haKodesh (Holy Spirit) enters your life! And  when He had said this, Yeshua breathed on them and said^ to them,     "Receive the Ruach haKodesh." (Yochanan 20:22)   You are regenerated by ADONAI's Ruach haKodesh. (Yechezkel 11:19; Zekaryahu 12:10)

Acts 2:38 Kefa said to them, "Repent, and each of you be Immersed in the Name of Yeshua Ha Mashiach for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the gift of the Ruach HaKodesh.

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    1. The Three Matzot- It is a flat unleavend bread which symbolize that our forefathers ate during their exodus from Eygpt. It was unleavened because in their hasty departure, the dough had no time to rise. Jewish Rabbis also say the Three Matzohs symbolize the Kohenim (Leviim), and the Israelites. However, New Covenant believers celebrated them as ADONAI the HA AV, Ben Elohim and Ruach HaKodesh, remembering that the middle the Son, was broken for us during Pesach. In the Scripture, leaven is symbol of sin. This why Shaul tells us to clean out the old leaven of malice and wickedness and replaces it with the unleaven bread of sincerity and truth (1 Corinthians 5:7-8)
    2. The second element in the Roasted Shankbone, which symbolizes the sacrifice of the Pesach Lamb whose blood was put on the door posts of our ancestors to protect them from the slaying of the first born. In the New Covenant it represents Yeshua the Pesach lamb of Elohim who is sacrificed on our behalf and whose blood cleanses us from all sin and protects us from the Wrath and Judgement of Elohim.
    3. The third element is the Karpas,  a type of vegetable either celery or parsley to represents the hyssop which Yisrael use to apply the blood of the Pesach Lamb to the doorposts of their homes in Mitzrayim. The green vegetable that corresponds with the arrival of spring. Spring symbolize the resurrection and new life of ADONAI's creation after the dead of winter. In the same manner, Karpas reminds us of our Adonay's resurrection and the new life that we now have in Him. For He is the resurrection and the life, and He came to give us life in all of its abundance. In addition, the salt water reminds us of the salt in the tears that Israel shed while under Eygptian slavery, as well as tears of own slavery to sin and the world before Messiah delievered us. "BARUCH ATAH ADONAI ELOHEINU MELEKH HA-OLAM, BOREI PRI HA ADAMAH" Blessed art You O Adonay, King of the Universe who creates the fruit of the earth.
    4. The forth element is the Beitzah Roasted Egg,A hard-boiled egg, symbolizing the korban chagigah (festival sacrifice) that was offered in the Temple in Jerusalem and roasted and eaten as part of the meal on Seder night. Although both the Pesach sacrifice and the chagigah were meat offerings, the chagigah is commemorated by an egg, a symbol of mourning (as eggs are the first thing served to mourners after a funeral), evoking the idea of mourning over the destruction of the Temple and our inability to offer any kind of sacrifices in honor of the Pesach holiday. Since the destruction of the Temple, the beitzah serves as a visual reminder of the chagigah; it is not used during the formal part of the seder, but some people eat it with saltwater as the first course of the meal. a reminder of the "Haggigah" made in temple times. Itcharred exterior is a reminder of the destruction of both temples. It was also mean the "voluntary Peace offering" given on the second day of Pesach. In the New Covenant, it symbolizes that Yeshua voluntarily offered to Himself. It shape also symbolizes eternal life ( having no beginning and no ends)
    5. The fifth element is Maror or bitter herbs. (usually horseradish) Maror reminds us the bitter slavery that the generation of Israelizes endured in Mitzrayim. "They made their lives bitter with hard labor in mortar and brick and at all kinds of labor in the fields." It also reminds us out bitter slavery to sin, bitterness of life, out of fellowship with Elohim and the world, the bitter cup that our Messiah drank from to secure our freedom in Him. Peace and Fellowship can only come through Messiah Yeshua.
    6. The sixth element is kharoset, which symbolizes the color of the mortar used by Hebrew generation to make bricks during their slavery in Mitzrayim. This serves as another reminder of the slavery that our Master has delivered us from by His sufferings.
    7. Chazeret:- This is a type of green vegetable. It reminds of your worldy days. In the begining is look fun, enjoy pleasurable but later in your life you discover the Mistakes and begin to feel the bitterness as in the ground without water speaks of spiritual dryness.


The Feast of ADONAI

The Moedim The appointed Time

Torah (OT)

Brit Hadashah (NT)


Pesach - Passover

Vayikra 23:5

Yochanan 1:29

Beresheet 22:8

Ha Matzah Lechem Unleaven bread

Vayikra 23:6

1 Corinthians 5:8

Zekaryahu 13:9

Bikkurim - First Fruit

Vayikra 23:10

1 Corinthians 15:23

Dani'el 12:2

Shavuot - Pentecost. Feast of Weeks

Vayikra 23:16

Acts 2:1

Yemiryahu 31:31

Rosha Shanah Trumpet, the Blast

Vayikra 23:24

1 Thessalonian 4:16

YeshaYahu 27:13

Yom Kippur - Day of Atonement

Vayikra 23:27

Mattityahu 23:39

ZekarYahu 12:10

Sukkoth - Feast of Tabernacle

Vayikra 23:34

Revelation 11:5

ZekarYahu 14:9


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