enerations to remember Israel’s hasty exodus from the land of Egypt. The ‘appointed time’ of matzah was fulfilled by the burial of Yeshua, the unleavened bread from heaven, ‘the coming one.’ Paul tells the Corinthians that followers of Messiah are to remove the ‘soured dough’ lump of false teachings and celebrate the Feasts of Unleavened Bread and Passover, not with the puffed up bread of wickedness and evil, but with the matzah of purity and sincerity in the truth of God’s Word.
As the years passed and we learned more about Yeshua in the Passover, we found there was a depth that was missing in the traditional-based Haggadah. We decided that we should write our own. We incorporated significant traditions that Yeshua used at his last seder into our Passover Haggadah as well as Scriptures that highlighted the shadows that became reality through Him.