seven days eat bread made without yeast and on the seventh day hold a festival
to the LORD.”
This Shabbat is the last day of Passover, which the Lord has designated as
a special festival day.
Passover ends at sunset Friday here in Israel, an extra day of Passover is celebrated outside the
This last day of Passover is called Acharon shel Pesach in Hebrew, and it has a feast that is devoted to
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I know that my redeemer lives, and that He shall stand at the latter day upon
the earth: And . . . in my flesh shall I see God." (Job 19:25–26)
On Friday night, we celebrated the Passover Seder recounting how the Angel
of Death passed over the homes of the Israelites and all those in Egypt who
applied the blood of the Passover lamb to their lintels and doorposts.
thousand years ago, 12 men celebrating the Passover Seder in Jerusalem were told by their rabbi
and master, Yeshua (Jesus), that this would be their last Seder together.
Shabbat Shalom and Chag Sameach on this Passover!
Because tonight is the first night of Passover, the regular Torah reading
cycle is interrupted with a special reading.
special portion of Torah will be read in synagogues everywhere during theShabbat Pesach (Saturday Passover) service. Please read this story of freedom
along with us. You certainly will be blessed as you discover the Jewish
roots of your faith!
Exodus 12:21–51; Numbers 28:16–25; Joshua 5:2–6:1; John 1:29–31
to Metzora (Infected One), this week’s Torah portion.
this Shabbat is just before Passover, which starts next Friday evening, it is
HaGadol (Great Shabbat), and a special Haftarah portion from Malachi is read
that speaks of the coming of Messiah.
METZORA (Infected One)
Leviticus 14:1–15:33; Malachi 3:4–24; Matthew 8:1–4, 11:2–6; John 1:19–34
Lord spoke to Moses, saying, “This will be the law of the leper [metzora] for
the day of his cleansing.
to Tazria (She Conceives), this week’s Parasha (Torah portion).
Shabbat is one of four special Shabbatot during the Purim/ Passover
season that have special Torah readings. It is called Shabbat HaChodesh (Sabbath [of the] month) since it precedes Nissan, the month in which Passover (Pesach) is celebrated.
speaking, Nissan is the first month of the calendar year.
TAZRIA (She Conceives)
Beloved Ones, Shabbat Shalom from Jerusalem,
In this time of trials and extreme difficulties, we are praying for faithful prayer intercessor partners in Italy and the nations which would align their visions with God's vision to see His Kingdom come and his Will be done in Israel as it is in Heaven, being supporters of Israel in prayer and with their finances, chosen honorable donors God has called in these end times for the Sake of His People of Israel.
World Powers: Iran Missile Tests Defy Nuclear Pact and Threaten Israel
“Why does the wicked renounce God and say in his heart, ‘You will not call to account’? But you do see, for you note mischief and vexation, that you may take it into your hands … Break the arm of the wicked and evildoer; call his wickedness to account till you find none.” (Psalm 10:13–15)
The United States, France, Britain, and Germany have called for an “appropriate response” from the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) after Iran’s latest round of ballistic-missile tests, saying the projectiles’ capacity to carry nuclear warheads violates last year’s nuclear deal.
The Messianic Bible is Based upon the Dead Sea Scroll and the Aleppo Codex.
In early 1947, just before Israel miraculously became an independent nation, two Bedouin boys found the most important archaeological discovery of the 20th century, the first of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Considered the oldest known manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible, they date back to at least 150 BC. These amazing scrolls are still considered to be some of the most important historical and religious documents ever discovered.
Stories from Israel
Adar II 25, 5776 · April 4, 2016
Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berdichev (1740-1809) spent his life acting as the self-appointed character witness for the Jewish people, engaging in a constant dialogue with G‑d, pointing out the unique qualities of every Jew he met.
The following is one of the best-known "Berdichever" stories:It was the afternoon before Passover, and Rabbi Levi Yitzchak was wandering through the streets of the Jewish quarter seeking out local smugglers.