Monday, April 14, 2014

The Passover Moon and The Fullness Of Time















From my house tonight at dust the Passover moon arose in the east and what a beautiful sight it truly was! It was on a night like this almost 2000 years ago that the Messiah looked in the sky and saw this same moon in its fullness and brightness. The Messiah at this moment was fully aware what awaited Him (Isa. 53, Dan. 9:26, Matt. 20:17-20) and as the fullness of the Passover moon it was now the fullness of time to be the Passover Lamb for the transgressions of the whole world (Isa. 53, John 1:29, Rom. 3:23-26, 1 Cor. 5:7, Heb. 10:5-12, 1 Peter 1:19, 1 John 4:10).

The Messiah at this moment was fully aware what awaited Him and as the fullness of the Passover moon it was now the fullness of time to be the Passover lamb for the transgressions of the whole world.
 
Passover starts at sundown and always falls on the same date in the Jewish calendar for this Day is based on a lunar calendar. The Jewish calendar is set up to keep Jewish Feast Days at the same season of the year and the same phase of the moon; Passover will always begin on a full moon in the spring.

This Passover may Almighty God open your hearts and minds to the wondrous TRUTHS of the fulfillment of the Passover, Good Wednesday (the day Messiah's of Crucifixion) and Resurrection Sunday. At this Feast Day may you see Jesus (salvation) Messiah, the Savior of the world as you never saw Him before! The key to understanding the Holy Scriptures is to allow the Holy Spirit to show you them through the Jewish eyes and perspective which is based on Biblical truth (Isa. 53, Dan. 9:26, Luke 24:24-27, John 1:29, 5:39,14:26, 15:26, 16:13, Heb. 10:5-12).

The Kingdom of Heaven is at hand!

DJP I.F.

Christ in the Passover - Video
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The Christ in the Passover












The Christ in the Passover with Zola Levitt - link

Zola explains the origin and significance of the Passover and demonstrates the feast. He also shows how Christ is revealed in the feast and proceeds to tell a “Christian Love Story.”


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