I believe that it is very important for us to understand the concept of this time of year. I believe this to be our call to move forward into the next season. Like never before, I believe as we continue in this season of new beginnings that we must understand the principles of Passover and Jesus of Nazareth’s blood shed on our behalf.
Passover Seder Meal
Prepare bitter herb (horseradish or parsley soaked in saltwater), lamb (or chicken), wine (or grape juice), unleavened bread (or a cracker of some type), and a hard boiled egg.
PASSOVER! The Word of God revolves around the Feasts. They were holy assemblies for holy rehearsals. The remembrance of these physical events causes us to understand the spiritual significance of what came and what is to come! The Feasts forecasted His sacrifice for us. Also, they foretell the full redemption of His people and the alignment of all nations, which are His inheritance. When we participate in the waving of the First fruits at Passover time and then receiving the anointing to gather and increase at Pentecost (Feast of Weeks), our faith is displayed and our confidence arises for our provision to be released.
We cannot legalistically keep the Feasts, but we can honor the Father by remembering Him and receiving from Him at these appointed times (Gal. 3:10). No longer do we have to seek an ultimate Sacrifice – Jesus has already been given on the Cross. This broke Satan’s headship over us personally, as well as for mankind corporately. However, we must enter in to the fullness of this plan. By participating and remembering the Feast times NOW, they cease to be shadows of things to come. They actually cause us to see our future path to our promise.
The Passover month is a time to CROSSOVER into the inheritance that has been promised you. Joshua 3:15-17 says, And those who bore the ark came to the Jordan, and the feet of the priests who bore the ark dipped in the edge of the water (for the Jordan overflows all its banks during the time of harvest)…and the people crossed over completely to the other side of the Jordan. I believe we are moving in God’s perfect time. Timing is so important. In Him, we move and have our being (Acts 17:24-26, Col. 1:19, 2:9). I am praying for you to be in God’s perfect timing. Honor HIS BLOOD, let Him lead you out into your New Beginning and keep advancing with Him in faith until you SEE your promise manifesting.