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Yeshua: The Hebrew Word for Jesus

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Understanding the Biblical Festivals Vol 2

Festivals Vol 2

Understand the Festivals Volume 2 contains four teachings. The first three lessons are lessons four through six on Passover. They include messages on the spiritual application of Passover, insights into how the Passover in John 6 is linked thematically with the historical Egyptian redemption and how the Passover Seder teaches us about the first and second coming of Yeshua and our personal salvation in Him. The last lesson in this set is on the festival of unleavened bread. Leaven in the Bible represents sin. This teaching will explain the leaven of the Sadducees and Pharisees and how Orthodox Judaism is linked with the first century Pharisees. Eating unleavened bread represents being without sin. Unleavened bread in Hebrew is matzah. This teaching will explain how matzah is a picture of Yeshua and how unleavened bread represents being consecrated and sanctified to service unto Yeshua in the Kingdom of God.

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