Category: 101 Festivals

The Plagues on Egypt

Moses and Aaron visited the elders of Israel and told them of their mission, and then they went to pharaoh who refused to let the people go and increased their burdens.  Israel then complained to Moses and God told Moses to stand fast in his mission and go before pharaoh again. The Egyptians had a […]

Moses Returns to Egypt

Jethro was a priest even before Israel was called out of Egypt and before  the Levitical priesthood was made at Sinai, and he obviously believed in the Eternal (Ex 18).  How could Jethro be the priest of a strange god if he worshiped God with Moses at Sinai? God was training Moses for his future […]

Israel in Egypt

The account of the exodus begins with the final climax of affliction in the book of Exodus, which covers the history of Israel leaving Egypt, and then the journey to Mount Sinai and their marriage to God. Of course God could have prevented all this distress and just moved Pharaoh to let Israel go, instead […]

The New Covenant Passover Service

This is the proper Biblical New Covenant Passover service, in the biblical order faithful to the last Passover of Christ [See: the previous posts for a detailed study]; the Passover lamb meal is not included in this service because we cannot sacrifice at this time, due to the lack of a physical Temple; and three of the four cups of […]

The Last Passover of Christ

Harmonizing the Gospels Concerning The Last Passover of Christ Three Gospels are eye witness accounts of these events by their writers, from the different perspectives of the three eye witness writers; who may have attached a different level of importance to various events and so have emphasized different parts of the narrative. Therefore each of […]

Prophecies of the Lamb of God

Prophecies of Messiah The Bible is the Logos [the Word, Jesus Christ] in print.  Every part of it is an analogy of Jesus Christ, the coming bride and instructions concerning the relationship that Christ wants with his bride; as well as the work of Christ on behalf of his creation.  The negative examples are to teach […]