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.
Many people raise questions about the three days and three nights of Yeshua’s death, burial and resurrection. Let’s face it, Friday night to Sunday morning is not three days and three nights no matter how one interprets the rendering of days, hours, times, kingships or even religious tradition. Yet, Yeshua’s prophesied that he would be in the grave three days and three nights –– no less, no more.
The wedding of the Lamb will take place in the coming Messianic Kingdom. The wedding hall will be filled with guests too numerous to count from every nation, tribe and tongue. The Bride’s sanctified, faithful way of life will be rewarded with a gown of fine linen, bright and clean, that she will wear in front of all the wedding guests. The Bridegroom will again drink the fruit of the vine with his Bride.