We will learn four important principles in this extended (90-minute) podcast for Passover and Unleavened Bread (Festival of Matza). In fact, I think the information in this podcast is vital to learn and understand, particularly in these days in which we are living. Therefore, I strongly encourage you to download, listen and share this special 90-minute program with others. I think our time is very short, and we must get focused on biblical truth more than ever before. Here are the four principles that we are going to learn about Yeshua’s crucifixion:
1) Yeshua, with his disciples, slaughtered, roasted, and ate a Passover Lamb on the 14th of the first month, precisely according to the instructions written in Exodus Chapter 12.
2) Yeshua was slaughtered (crucified) on the 16th of the first month, which is always remembered as the Second Day of Unleavened Bread (the Second Day of Matza).
3) Yeshua was dead for a composite period of three days and three nights multiplied by three, beginning on the 16th of the first month and concluding on the 18th of the first month. When Yeshua said, “three days and three nights,” it was never meant to be understood as a precise 72 hours or six periods of 12 day hours and 12 night hours. Biblically, a composite day was always understood as one or more day and/or night parts coming together to define one composite “Day.” This is where we get the Hebraic concept that part of a day or part of a night is still called a Day or a Night. Hebraic time is all about composites.
4) Yeshua stepped into the role of a Sin Offering but not on the 14th – Passover. There is a fundamental reason why his death happened the way it did, and we will understand the basis from the prophecies of Ezekiel 44:23-24, Malachi 2:7-8, and 2 Chronicles 29:1-16.
If you listen to any of these episodes in this series, I strongly recommend that you, at least, bend your ear to this one crucial special 90-minute episode. I remain confident that you will not regret the time spent.
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