This week the regular Torah parsha involves the last days, and weekly Sabbath, of the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

It will be one you will either find offensive (just as He warned!) — or want to share.

It is also a time when the ‘Spring Feasts’ of YHVH correspond with a historic level of upheaveal and deception, on virtually every level. This year, then, it may be more important than ever to “get it right.”

‘Easter’ is a pagan fertility goddess, about which there is nothing ‘holy’. How, then, can it be anything less that a literal “slap in His face,” to suggest that the Most Important Event in all of human history be renamed for what He says so clearly He “hates”?

The Erev Shabbat reading, and associated “up-front” discussion, comes from parsha Bechukotai, and Leviticus chapter 26:

The Sabbath Day teaching, “Is it Important to Get It RIGHT?:”

The combined two-part teaching is here: