On this episode of Real Israel Talk Radio we are going to dig into the backstory for Judaism’s ceremony of HaMotzi (blessing over the bread) which is a New Testament/New Covenant tradition of the Christian church specifically identified as part of “the Lord’s Supper.”
Matthew 26:26-28 records: “And as they were eating, Yeshua took bread, blessed and broke, and gave to the disciples and said, “Take, eat; this is My body.”
Our podcast will take us into why we need the New Covenant and the Isaiah 53 Suffering Servant; that without any of this, all of humanity has a zero chance of any hope for a future share in the Last Day resurrection and World to Come, which is a promise of the coming Messianic Kingdom of Heaven. We will also have a look into Psalm 139:14-15, which will give us a good foundation to help us to understand the importance as to why Yeshua did a New Covenant HaMotzi (Bread) blessing in Matthew 26:26-27 (the Kiddush or wine blessing will be addressed in Part 6). In Judaism, HaMotzi is a very old practice that is definitively linked to why we break a loaf of braided oven-baked bread and why the bread is called “Challah.”
Join us for this 50-minute podcast episode, AR201205, Episode 048, Part 5 in our “Son of Man” teaching series.