Daily Archives: April 20, 2014

** PesaKH’ Shabbot KH’ol HaMoed – פסח שבת חל המועד **

Greetings in the name of His & Her Imperial Majesties Qedamawi Haile Sellasie I & Itege Menen Asfaw,

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RRR commemorates the Hebraic Passover, with reflection, and attentiveness.  To study, diligence and patient for applicable growth in spirit, soul, mind and body is where focus is committed and, in the name of Yeshua HaMesshiyach/Iyesus Christos, I pray JAH ALMIGHTY bless those who should come across something of this nature, by close relation or not.

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Hebraically, the Passover is a generational commandment to the children of Israel, given by God to keep in remembrance.  Signs in the Sun, moon and the stars, in their due season have been quite intriguing to many, and should be recollecting to those of the children of Israel.

Tewahido Orthodox-Christians carrying the Cross on Siqlet(ስቅለት) aka "Good Friday" in Jerusalem.

Tewahido Orthodox-Christians carrying the Cross on Siqlet(ስቅለት) aka “Good Friday” in Jerusalem.

 

The Passover commences the “order,” or the “arrangement” patterns from which the faith held dear by Christians, was initiated by God to the children of Israel.  For Christians worldwide, the Eucharist, is central to the faith; but, in due diligence the Eucharist, is clearly a Hebrew Seder(סדר).  Seder, by definition is an order or arrangement.  Seeing how Christ before his Crucifixion, longed dearly to share the Seder with the Twelve Apostles, becomes very significant.

[see Matt. 26: 2, 17-19 Mk. 14: 1/]

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hebrew4christians.com [*Passover Shabbot: 4]

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