2023 Passover Greeting and Blessing to All

Our 2023 Passover greeting and blessing to all our dear brethren, friends, brothers and sisters in Israel and around the world.

As we gather together to celebrate the holy day of Passover, I send you warm greetings and blessings. May this holy day be a time of reflection and renewal, as we remember the sacrifice and death of Yahshua on Passover, which has brought salvation to all mankind.

Passover is a time to celebrate freedom and liberation, and to remember the challenges that our biblical patriarchs and ancestors faced on their journey to the Promised Land. It is a reminder that even in the darkest of times, faith and perseverance can lead to victory.

As followers of Yahshua the Messiah, we also remember His ultimate sacrifice on Passover, and the hope and redemption that it brings. His death and resurrection have brought us eternal life and freedom from sin, and we give thanks for this gift.

So let us come together in joy and gratitude, as we celebrate the blessings of Passover and the salvation that Yahshua has brought us. May this holy day be a time of peace, love, and unity, as we gather with family and friends to share in this very special and very solemn day.

Wishing you all a blessed and joyful Passover. Shalom! Hail to Yahshua, the Savior, Master and the King of kings!

Thank you to Almighty Yahweh as He’s always true and faithful to His words, to His Begotten Son, and to us. Let’s take heart because Yahshua has overcome the world (John 16:33) and now He’s alive! (Romans 6:9; Romans 8:34).

And to those who are wondering what the Passover is about, its purpose, and its significance to all mankind, feel free to keep reading.

Passover is one of the most significant and widely celebrated biblical holy day, observed especially in the Jewish faith, in commemoration of the Israelites’ liberation from slavery in ancient Egypt.

It is a time of reflection, gratitude, and celebration, as well as a reminder of the power of faith and perseverance in the face of adversity.

The origins of Passover date back to the time of Moses, who was called upon by Yahweh to lead the Israelites out of bondage in Egypt. According to the biblical account, Moses confronted the Pharaoh and demanded that he release the Israelites from their enslavement.

When the Pharaoh refused, Yahweh unleashed a series of ten plagues upon the Egyptians, culminating in the killing of all their firstborn sons.

However, the Israelites were instructed to mark their doors with lamb’s blood so that the angel of death would pass over their homes and spare their children.

After this final plague, the Pharaoh relented and allowed the Israelites to leave Egypt. However, he soon changed his mind and pursued them with his army, trapping them at the edge of the Red Sea.

But Yahweh once again intervened, parting the waters of the sea so that the Israelites could pass through safely, while drowning the pursuing Egyptians.

Passover, therefore, commemorates the Israelites’ freedom from slavery and their journey to the Promised Land. It is celebrated every year during the Hebrew month of Nisan, which usually falls in late March or early April.

The holiday begins with a Seder, a special ritual meal that includes the retelling of the story of the Exodus, the consumption of symbolic foods, and the singing of traditional songs.

One of the key themes of Passover is freedom, both in the physical and spiritual sense. This holy day reminds us that even in the face of oppression and adversity, it is possible to overcome and emerge stronger.

It is a time to reflect on the power of faith and determination, and to draw inspiration from the stories of our ancient ancestors from the Bible.

Passover also teaches us the value of gratitude and remembrance. We are encouraged to be thankful for our blessings and to remember the struggles of those who came before us.

By doing so, we can gain a deeper appreciation for our own freedom and take steps to ensure that it is never taken for granted.

Finally, Passover is a time for celebration and joy. It is a time to gather with family and friends, to enjoy good food and drink, and to revel in the beauty of life. It is a reminder that even in the midst of our daily struggles and challenges, there is always cause for celebration and hope.

In conclusion, Passover is a very special holy day with deep roots and rich meaning. It reminds us of the power of faith, determination, and gratitude, and teaches us to celebrate the freedom and blessings that we have been given.

By observing this very solemn holy day, we can connect with our past, appreciate our present, and look forward to a bright future. Now we pray: May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make His face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; may Yahweh lift up His countenance upon you and give you peace. Halleluyah! Amen.


5 thoughts on “2023 Passover Greeting and Blessing to All

  1. Thank you for sharing this, I’ve learned so much in this one blog. I found out a few years ago that I am about a quarter Jewish but I wasn’t raised with any of the teachings, I appreciate blogs like this where I can learn. Happy Passover!

  2. Thank you, for the Blessing and I wish you Happy Passover as well. I hope this finds you enjoying the weekend and thank you for being a part of the UBC. I can’t wait to see more of your post.

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