Lessons from the Passover

Passover: Lessons Learned and a Time to Remember

As you may already know, Passover is one of the most important celebrations of the Jewish annual cycle of fasting and feasting. With Passover, the emphasis is definitely on the feasting. If I close my eyes, I can still remember the aroma of the matzah ball soup and the other traditional dishes we enjoyed so much at our family Passover Seder. In an age when families are scattered far and wide, Passover is particularly treasured, as it may be the only opportunity all year long that parents, children, and grandchildren will have to gather under one roof.

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Messianic Passover and the Haggadah

Haggadah means “the telling” of the story. The order in which the story of the Passover has been told throughout the centuries has changed so little that there are moments in the Passover even as it is celebrated today that we can identify as they are described in the Gospel accounts of “The Last Supper.” May you and your loved ones be blessed as you participate in this meaningful and joyful celebration.

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The World's Greatest Sufferer

The description of the Suffering Servant in Isaiah chapters 52 and 53 is one of the most compelling passages in the Tenach (Old Testament). This Scripture portion contains five prophetic insights concerning the suffering of the Messiah. The portrayal of Jesus within the Messianic Scriptures (New Testament) shows how He fulfilled Isaiah’s prophetic vision.

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Ministry News Briefs

Staff member Jon Lieberman, representing our Mission at Taylor University’s annual student missions conference in Indiana, met a representative of a medical missions organization there. He asked, “Do you know any one who is Jewish?” She responded that she had met a young, Jewish, professional man at a conference in Ohio. Right away, Jon encouraged her to give him a copy of Isaiah 53 Explained the next time she saw him. The next week, she did just that, and within a week Jon received an email from Marvin* wanting Jon to “mentor him.” 

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