Apr 2, 2013
Welcome to our presentation of a Passover Seder, a celebration observed by-our-many Jewish friends, a festival that has been taking place every year for more than 3000 years.
They have done so ever since that defining moment in the book of Exodus when God commanded His chosen people to commemorate their miraculous deliverance from their 400 years of bondage in Egypt.
Tonight we are going to connect so many of the dots that we have talked about these many weeks that we have been together, studying together Jesus in HD.
As we noted several weeks ago, Jesus celebrated this holy day every year of His life. And even during this past week, millions of Jewish people the world over gathered in their homes, with their families and friends, to celebrate this festival of Passover.
In this podcast, we are about to discover in a way that you will never forget that God wove into the very fabric of the ancient Passover story a far larger and greater story of redemption that encompasses every one of our Jewish friends, as well as the entire world, including you and me.
As we do, please keep in mind the overriding significance of Passover as beautifully summed up by Morris Joseph in his book, Judaism as Creed and Life: “Passover has a message for the conscience and heart of all mankind... It is Israel’s, nay God’s, protest against unrighteousness. Wrong, it declares, may triumph for a time. But even though it be perpetrated by the strong against the weak, it will meet with its inevitable retribution at last.”
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