HB002B “A Season Of Redemption” the 7th day of Hag Matzah

Exo 12:17  You are to observe the festival of matzah, for on this very day I brought your divisions out of the land of Egypt. Therefore, you are to observe this day from generation to generation by a perpetual regulation.

If you are called by HIS name you are to celebrate this wonderful Holy Day until Yeshua comes back. I know some christian denomination say we no longer have to follow the Old Testament. By the words of the Scripture I think they may be wrong. If you want to take a chance making God angry go ahead, I don’t think it is a good idea. Why should we celebrate this day besides Yehovah said to? Passover is a celebration of all of our redemptions: on the first day we relive our salvation from Egyptian servitude and the release of manmade bondage, and on the last days of Hag Matzah and particularly on the seventh and final day of the Holy Day – we celebrate the impending Messianic Redemption. Holidays were not given to Israel to mark the downfall of her enemies. rather, they were ordained to commemorate Israel and the Goyim’s salvation from the bondage of freedom to walk with the one who gave us His Torah. This Holy day is a day that Yehovah unlocked the doors or our jails, we walked with angels and gained our freedom. We will learn why we need to celebrate this ordained feast and how it was used to set Kefa/Peter free from jail.


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