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Thirty-five hundred years ago, a Jewish prophet named Moses led the
Jewish people out of the Egyptian bondage and into freedom at a time in
history when the God of the Jewish people spared the firstborn of each
family who marked their doorposts with the blood of a lamb so that the
Death Angel would pass over their home.
Now, for these
many centuries, the Jews mark this special holy day with a Passover
Seder meal and the rehearsal of the exodus story as recorded in the
Bible, God's Word.
People all over the world, even
presidents and other world leaders, recognize the reality of the One
true God as the Jewish people mark this first of the seven Jewish
feasts, the Passover.
Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News
Jews around the world celebrate Passover, it is a reminder of past
history but also of the prophetic significance this Jewish holy day
reveals to all who are students of Bible prophecy.
hundred years ago the Jewish people were released from 400 years of
Egyptian bondage by the sacrifice of the lamb and then painting the
doorposts of their homes with the lamb's blood so that the Death Angel
would pass over their home. God's command to observe the Passover
throughout all of their generations forever is still being followed
As you think of the first Passover there in
Egypt, one must be reminded that the Jewish Messiah, Jesus Christ, died
on Passover 2000 years ago. Interestingly, Jesus was buried on the next
Jewish feast day, Unleavened Bread, He resurrected on the Jewish feast
of First Fruits, and as He had promised, the Holy Spirit came upon man
on Pentecost, the fourth of the Jewish feast days.
is evidence of the prophetic significance of these Jewish feasts, but
also demands that Jesus Christ fulfill the three remaining feasts as He
did the first four. Jesus will come back to earth on the Feast of
Trumpets, enter the Temple on the Day of Atonement, and begin His 1000
year Kingdom on the Feast of Tabernacles.
the Jewish Messiah, has been and will be the fulfillment of all Jewish
feasts. The observance of the Jewish Passover is indeed evidence that
Bible prophecy will be fulfilled.