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The Spring Feasts: A Time to Remember, A Time to Anticipate

matzah 2Typically we think of the Spring Feasts as a time to remember – the Exodus and Yeshua’s death on Passover, his resurrection on the Feast of Firstfruits, the giving of the Torah and the Holy Spirit on Pentecost.

Then, we think of the Fall Feasts as a time to anticipate – Yeshua’s return on the Feast of Trumpets, the Lamb’s Book of Life opening on the Day of Atonement and tabernacling with Yeshua on the Feast of Tabernacles.

However, I found there’s also more to anticipate in the Spring Feasts.  There’s more to come.  The remembering helps us understand what to anticipate in the future. (more…)


Passover and Easter: What are You Celebrating?

spring-tree-cropPassover and Easter usually occur close together on the calendar, and presumably both commemorate the same event.  Are they the same or what’s the difference?  I assumed Passover was Jewish and Easter was Christian.  But what I found surprised me.  (more…)


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