Audio reading: Ex 33:12-23, Luke 9:51-10:12, Psalm 74:1-23, Prov 12:11

Passover is the Festival of our Freedom. The freedom is from being in bondage to sin and to the world system and the new liberty/freedom in following Yeshua and His Torah. There are three important principles of the Egyptian redemption. They are:

*The Egyptian redemption is both historic and prophetic.
*The events that happened to our patriarchs are prophesies of what will happen to their descendants/to future generations.
*The Egyptian redemption teaches us about Yeshua’s redemption for the nation and for us personally.

The Hebrew word for Passover is Pesach. It means to hover over or Pass over.
The spiritual meaning is this:
*it represents passing over from death and sin (Egypt) to eternal life and salvation.
*it represents the blood of Yeshua to “hover over” our lives and to give us divine protection from the enemy.

Audio reading: Ex 34:1-9, Luke 10:13-37, Psalm 75:1-10, Prov 12:12-14

Passover defines and marks the first month on the biblical calendar. Even as Passover is the beginning of months, repenting of our sins, which is leaving Egypt, and putting the blood of Yeshua on our heart is the first step in our salvation in Messiah.

Yeshua, the lamb of God, is “inspected” by the Pharisees, the Sadducees, by Pilate, and by Herod. They are not able to find any blemish. Yeshua, the perfect, pure and innocent lamb of God, then dies on the tree, and takes the sin of the world upon himself. He IS our Passover lamb:

Purge out therefore the old leaven, that ye may be a new lump, as ye are unleavened. For even Christ our passover is sacrificed for us. 1 Corinthians 5:7