Passover

“Why is this night different from all other nights?”

One of the most significant Jewish holidays, Passover, or Pesach in Hebrew, recalls and rejoices over the Israelites’ redemption from slavery in Egypt. The symbolic elements of the feast cause us not only to look back and remember what the Lord did for our people in the past; they also foreshadow a greater redemption through Jesus, the Passover Lamb. Jewish people around the world have celebrated Passover for thousands of years; however, most do not understand the ultimate significance of the festival.

In this section, you’ll find several articles and explanations of the meaning of this traditional Jewish feast that Jesus celebrated with his disciples.

Read some articles about Passover:

Guess Who’s Coming to the Seder?
by Efraim Goldstein

Passover—Why is this night different since Y’shua observed it?

by Rich Robinson

Passover: The Season of Our Redemption

by Bob Mendelsohn

A Jewish Believer’s Passoverby Mitch Glaser

 

A Story for Passover

by Moishe Rosen

Wine for the Passover

by Menachem Benhayim

 

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