Passover of the Master
OK, so I'm doing my own research on if the meal that Yohusha shared with the 12. that has opened up a can of worms for me... Here's where I started...
Was it the during the traditional Pesach or not and if its not, what was it. I was prompted because I celebrate haPesach haMashiac kept with the 12 and I just assumed that they had this meal at the time of the traditional Pesach. I was upholding this assumption in a conversation and realized that I'd never looked into it on my own so I decided to do that before I replied. It's been 4 days now, at least, I've lost track of that post and of the day I saw it...lol. But something one of the participants suggested was that it was something called the feast of the first born.. which I'd never heard of before so I looked that up and found that what they meant or they said and I'm remembering wrong, is that its called the fast of the first born. Which then, makes it not make any sense because he eats and drinks. Scripture is squarely showing that the meal they had was not the same as the traditional Pesach Seder...
Some thoughts that inspires are, was it the new covenant ratifying meal like on Mt Sinai? Was it purposeful that Yohusha had this meal one night prior to the traditional Pesach Seder? If it was purposeful, could it have something to do with calendar information? Because why would Yohusha call it "this Pesach"?
But, the bigger problem I seem to notice is that either way, if Yohusha died on Pesach, the feast of Unleavened Bread lasts for 7 days and First Fruits follows that. So... maybe I'm totally missing something but people are fussing over how the typical christian thinking of Good Friday to Easter Sunday isn't possible, how in the world is a 7 day feast compressed down into 3 days so that the resurrection occurs on Habikkurim? Any way you slice that if Yohusha died on the night of Pesach, he rose in the middle of Unleavened bread... right? Oiy vey... any thoughts from you guys?
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