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Intricate PASSOVER script tells its story at SLU museum
As millions mark Passover at sundown today, they will read from a script called the Haggadah, recounting the tale of Israels flight from slavery in Egypt. The script — which includes prayers, hymns and rabbinic commentary — comes in many forms.
What is the meaning of the PASSOVER which jesus kept?
I have a Jewish friend. He has a important event a year. that is the Passover, Jewish festival. he keep the Passover every year invaluable. I saw the Passover in Exodus. Israelities kept the Passover so the disaster passed over.
but the meaning of the Passover which jesus kept in new testment was different a little.
the Passover which jesus kept had the forgiveness of sin.
The bible treat the Passover as big important meaning.
can I participate the will by keeping the Passover?
Answer: It's a holiday that commemorates the time in history when the Jewish people were freed from slavery in the land of Egypt. The Jewish people were slaves, and they wanted to be free. The Pharaoh had decreed that all Jewish male babies were to be killed because he felt that the Jewish people were becoming too strong. One couple, Jocheved and Amran, decided to try to save their infant son. They put him in a basket, and floated him on the river.They sent their daughter, Miriam, to watch and make sure that someone rescued the baby from the river. The rescuer was Pharaoh's daughter. She called him Moses, which means, take from the water, and she raised him as her own son. When he grew up, he had much empathy for the Jewish slaves, and when he found out that he was a Jew, he wanted to help his people. He tried to get the Pharaoh to free the Jewish slaves, but the Pharaoh refused. Moses had a special relationship with G-d. There were 10 plagues sent down to Egypt, but still the Pharaoh would not let the Jews go. Finally, after the 10th plague, which was the slaying of the first born sons, he relented and said that the Jewish people could leave. They gathered up their belongings quickly, and didn't have time for their bread to rise, so they had to bake it and take it the way it was. This is why the Jewish people eat matzah during Passover. As the Jews were fleeing, Pharaoh changed his mind, and sent his army after the people to bring them back. G-d parted the Red Sea for the Jews to cross, and as soon as they were safely to the other side, the waters closed on the soldiers, drowning them all. The Jewish people were saved. The 10 Plagues are: Blood, Frogs, Lice, Beasts, Cattle Disease, Boils, Hail, Locusts, Darkness, Slaying of the Firstborn. Passover is celebrated today in homes by having a seder. Seder means order, and we read the Passover story in a special order from the book called a haggadah. Haggadah means "to tell" and we tell the story of our ancestors, and remind ourselves that we are now a free people. There are different parts of the seder and during the seder, we eat traditional and symbolic foods that remind us of the Jewish people and their adversity. One of the things that we do is to dip a spring vegetable into salt water. The vegetable is a sign of spring, or rebirth, and the salt water represent the tears of the slaves. We eat bitter herbs, to remind us of the bitterness of slavery. We eat a special mixture, called Charoset, which is made of apples, nuts, wine, and cinnamon (although there are many different varieties of this, depending on where your ancestors lived) that reminds us of the mortar that the slaves made their bricks from. The name Passover comes from when the Angel of Death passed over the homes of the Jews, because they had been forewarned, and had put lambs blood on their doors, so that death would spare their first born child.
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What Is PASSOVER? - Study & History - PASSOVER
The eight-day festival of Passover is celebrated in the early spring, from the 15th ... And, by following the rituals of Passover, we have the ability to relive and ...
Security forces on high alert ahead of PASSOVER holiday
Large police forces deployed throughout the country, patrolling crowded areas; IDF increases forces, imposes closure on West Bank for the holiday; police reinforcement sent to Eilat following rocket fired from Sinai. The Israel Police was on high alert ...
What Is PASSOVER? - Study & History - PASSOVER
The eight-day festival of Passover is celebrated in the early spring, from the 15th through the 22nd of the Hebrew month of Nissan. It commemorates the emancipation ...
PASSOVER Dates and Information - Welcome to a Celebration of ...
The story of Passover, a seder guide, music, recipes, and the text of the haggada.
How old does a baby have to be to receive PASSOVER?
Should I be giving my 3 month old Passover? She isnt even allowed by her dr to eat baby food or have watered down juice. And my church says I have to give her Passover.
PASSOVER - Jews for Jesus
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RECIPES FOR HEALTH; Braised Greek Artichoke Bottoms with Lemon and Olive Oil
Because artichokes appear in early spring in Greece, they were traditionally part of the Passover meal. The recipe that inspired this, from Nicholas Stavroulakis’ delightful “Cookbook of the Jews of Greece,” also included honey (2 tablespoons), but I prefer the dish without. I don’t like throwing away the leaves that I break - By MARTHA ROSE SHULMAN
How Jonathan Safran Foer celebrates PASSOVER
(Oprah.com)-- For as long as Ive been alive, my parents have hosted the first nights Passover seder. As our family matured and expanded, and as the seder became more inclusive (coming to accommodate first and second cousins, teachers from our ...
PASSOVER tradition continues at Coast Guard Academy
Jewish Federation of Eastern Connecticut Executive Director Jerry Fischer continued his Passover tradition at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy but had to share center stage this year. He was happy to do so. Fischer led the holiday seder, or meal, Wednesday ...
Rob Tannenbaum: A Song for PASSOVER: "They Tried To Kill Us, We ...
Not long ago, I became dissatisfied with the lack of great Passover songs, and I decided to write one. The accuracy of this song is compromised by my shocking ignorance of actual history. But it is an accurate reflection of the ...
Does anyone have a butternut squash kugal recipe for PASSOVER?
I used to have a recipe for Passover, using potato starch and cake meal. I have lost that recipe and now would like to make it again for my Passover Seder. Does anyone have it?
You cant use flour at all during Passover.
Answer: I hope you don't mind that this has carrot in it. Butternut Squash and Carrot Kugel (P, KLP, TNT) By Brenda-Lee Olson Serves: 8-10 1 pound carrots, grated 1 medium butternut (or other winter) squash, cooked 2/3 cup applesauce 1 cup raisins 1/2 cup honey 1 cup almond flour or 1/2 C potato starch and 1/2 C. cake meal 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg or to taste 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon or to taste 1/2 cup oil 4 eggs Preheat oven to 350°F. Grease a 9"x13" pan. Soak raisins in hot water to plump and drain them. Mix first five ingredients. Beat eggs and stir in oil. Combine egg mixture with carrot/butternut mixture. Finally, combine dry ingredients and mix with everything else. Bake for about an hour. As concerns the answer remarking about flour not being allowed, may I include this since it can be confusing at Passover for those who want to be observant but are unsure? Best Answer - Chosen by Voters If one of the five species of grain (wheat, oats, rye, barley, spelt) comes into contact with water after the stalks have been cut off the ground; if they become fermented, they become chametz. According to our Rabbinic authorities, this fermentation takes 18 minutes. Therefore, in order to be kosher l'pesach, matzoh must take less than 18 minutes to prepare from the time the water and flour are first mixed to the time the matzoh comes out of the oven. The term chametz is applied not only to foodstuffs, but also to dishes and utensils in which foods that are chametz have been prepared during the year. Beans, rice, corn, and peas are not among the grains that can become chametz, yet they are also forbidden during Pesach.This prohibition stems from the fact that flour can be made from these foods and it might be confusing. The rabbis felt that people might be tempted to use regular flour if they were allowed to use, for example, rice flour. To avoid such confusion, the rabbis decided that these foods (known as kitniot) not be used at all during Pesach. These additional foods are prohibited only by Ashkenazic Jews whose ancestors come from Eastern Europe. Sephardic Jews, whose ancestry is Middle Eastern, permit these foods during Pesach. I'm sephard, but my husband is Ashkenaz, so I won't eat rice and tortillas for PESSACH.... At Beit HaChatulim, removing chametz means getting out of our possession all flour, cereal, pasta, legumes, cookies, crackers, tofu and tofu products (soybeans are legumes!), rice and rice products, breads, brownie and pancake mixes, dry beans and peas, anything with corn sweeteners, baking powder, yeast, grain alcohol (not just the rum, the vanilla extract, too), popcorn, tortillas, and so on. It is a massive undertaking. We generally list all the food in the house and assign each item to one of the following categories: * Use up or discard * Give away to a food pantry (applies primarily to unopened packages of food) * Sell for the duration of Pesach through a rabbinnical agreement called mechirat chametz. On a more spiritual note, chametz can stand for other things in our lives that we would like to get rid of. Leaven symbolizes the impurity that causes grains to "puff up" and change. The removal of impurities in ourselves can keep us from "puffing up" and moving away from G-d. * alcohol, make sure it's kosher for pessach...Beer is chametz.
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Judaism 101: Pesach: PASSOVER
Learn about the Jewish holiday of Passover, known to Jews as Pesach. Includes an outline of the seder (the family holiday ritual meal) and a recipe for charoset (a ...
PASSOVER Begins At Sundown Friday « CBS Los Angeles
Passover, which celebrates what the Old Testament describes as God's deliverance of the Israelites from bondage, begins at sundown Friday amid a call for Southland Jews to reflect on the plague of darkness that God visited ...
Israel Evicts Settlers From Hebron House
JERUSALEM — The Israeli police and border officers swiftly evicted a group of Jewish settlers from a contested house in the volatile West Bank city of Hebron on Wednesday on the orders of the minister of defense, officials said. At the same time, however, the Israeli government signaled strong support for more Jewish settlement in areas - By ISABEL KERSHNER
Pesach, or Passover in English, is one of the best known Jewish holidays, as much for its connection to Jewish redemption and the figure of Moses as for its ties ...
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PASSOVER - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Passover is a Jewish holiday and festival. It commemorates the story of the Exodus, in which the ancient Israelites were freed from slavery in Egypt. Passover ...
Message of PASSOVER retains revelance today
Passover, an eight-day celebration commemorating the exodus of the Hebrew slaves from Egypt, begins at sundown tonight with a ritual meal called the Seder. Rabbi Richard Margolis recalls sitting at his grandparents’ table as a toddler during ...
Passover begins at sundown tonight! I celbrate it with my family how many of you do? What is your Passover tradition?
Answer: I have a small family: just me and my husband (and cat, lol) but I can't wait to have children so we can make our own traditions. The seder was always very boring for me as a child.
Spare Times for April 6-12
Easter/Passover Weekend (Friday through Sunday) With clear weather in the forecast and an array of holiday activities to choose from, there are plenty of ways to celebrate this weekend. In an unofficial Easter Sunday tradition, Fifth Avenue between 47th and 57th Streets will become a parade ground of holiday outfits sublime and whimsical, from 10 - By ANNE MANCUSO
RECIPES FOR HEALTH; Turkish Spinach with Tomatoes and Rice
Some Sephardic Jews have traditionally allowed rice during Passover, whereas many Ashkenazi Jews do not. There isn’t much of it in this Turkish spinach dish, adapted from a recipe in Clifford A. Wright’s “A Mediterranean Feast,” just enough to add substance to the vegetables. 2 pounds spinach, stemmed and washed in 2 changes - By MARTHA ROSE SHULMAN
Kashrut.com - PASSOVER 2012 INFORMATION
Information about foods usable for Passover, articles, and guides for the kosher consumer about Passover products.
What is PASSOVER, and what is the significance of marking the doors with lambs blood?
Okay, so I am Christian but my teacher isnt giving us homework tomorrow in honor of the beginning of Passover. I know what it is vaguely-The Angle of Death came to kill all the newborn sons and they were instructed to mark their doorsteps with lambs blood so the angle would "pass over". But what is the significance of this blood? And I have heard that people fast in order to celebrate. Is this true, if so why?
Thanks so much! I love learning about things that are different from my beliefs!
Answer: The blood was from a slaughtered lamb, signifying a blood sacrifice made in faith and obedience by the Hebrew family within the household. The blood was smeared on the posts and the lintel overhead, not the steps. The Angel of Death was sent to destroy the firstborn sons, yes. However, Jewish first-born sons now traditionally fast the day before Passover begins, but the rest of the family does not. Passover begins with the Seder ritual meal and then a feast-like supper following the ritual meal. The Seder recounts the story of the enslaved Hebrews, the plagues and the liberation from slavery and idolatry. Once Passover begins, the firstborns can eat again. We do not eat any leavened products during those eight days because it is commanded by G-d not to have it in our possession or to eat of it, in commemoration of the liberation from slavery into true nationhood. It's a pleasure to describe and explain Passover to someone genuinely interested for the sake of understanding! Shalom!
What is the Difference Between PASSOVER in Ex and PASSOVER in Luke?
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I want to know more about Passover of the New covenant!
What is the Difference Between Passover in Ex and Passover in Luke?
Answer: The new covenant fulfills the old covenant, so the old regulations of the letter have been changed into the regulations of the Spirit. As it is written: 1 Cor. 5:7-8 ... For Christ, our Passover lamb, has been sacrificed. Therefore let us keep the Festival... Heb. 7:12 For when there is a change of the priesthood, there must also be a change of the law. The priesthood of the letter has been changed into the priesthood of the Spirit. Jesus Christ chose the Passover celebrated at the time of the Exodus in order to help us remember our deliverance from this sinful world [Egypt], and He established the new covenant through the Last Supper of the Passover with His disciples (Luke 22:7-13, 19-20; cf. Ex. 13:8-10). Jesus gave us the regulations of the new covenant, through which our bodies are purified to become the "temple of the Holy Spirit"; we are to celebrate the Passover by eating bread representing tHis body instead of eating a lamb and by drinking wine symbolizing His blood instead of sprinkling the lamb's blood on the altar and on the people. So, we should commemorate this day and proclaim it (1 Cor. 11:23-26; Luke 22:15-20; cf. John 6:53-55). The above words show that Jesus, the Passover Lamb, sealed the Holy Supper of the Passover with His body that would be crucified and His precious blood that would be shed on the cross. Through this Passover ceremony, we abide in Jesus, have eternal life and receive His promise to raise us up at the last day. Taking the cup, Jesus said: Luke 22:20 "This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is poured out for you." And He gave a detailed explanation of the wine as follows: John 15:5 "I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing." The above words were spoken by Jesus at the Last Supper when He gave the wine to His disciples. The most important thing is to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Anything Jesus did should not be neglected.
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Pesach (PASSOVER) - Jewish Virtual Library - Homepage
SECTIONS: Introduction | Holiday Preparations | Special Food | The Seder | Dates Introduction. Pesach, or Passover in English, is one of the best known Jewish ...
What would be an appropriate gift to bring to a PASSOVER dinner?
A friend of mine invited my family to celebrate Passover with them. Im not Jewish and have never celebrated Passover. I want to show them that Im grateful for the invite, but what would be an appropriate gift? She said not to bring food.
Answer: It's very thoughtful to bring a gift. Flowers, or wine (make sure it is marked Kosher for Passover), or something pretty for the house: candlesticks, a vase, or a pretty apron/tea towels for the hostess would be appropriate. I'd go with flowers, personally.
PASSOVER Dates and Information - Welcome to a Celebration of ...
Passover is the 8 day observance commemorating the freedom and exodus of the Israelites (Jewish slaves) from Egypt during the reign of the Pharaoh Ramses II.
BOOKS OF THE TIMES; ‘When General Grant Expelled the Jews,’ by Jonathan D. Sarna
Jonathan D. Sarna’s provocative new book, “When General Grant Expelled the Jews,” is exactly what it sounds like: an account of how Gen. Ulysses S. Grant issued an order to expel Jews from their homes in the midst of the Civil War. Anyone seeking to rock the Passover Seder with political debate will find the perfect conversation - By JANET MASLIN
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PASSOVER preparations at Lester Senior Housing
HANOVER — Ele Saltz was the kashering queen of her family. The oldest of three girls, Saltz, now 86, took over the yearly Passover preparations in her home in Boro Park, N.Y. She remembers the kashering process, or the process of making the ...
BBC - Religions - Judaism: PASSOVER
Passover is one of the most important festivals in the Jewish calendar. This article looks at the Passover story, the way it is celebrated, the Passover seder and its ...
When is PASSOVER in 2012? - When-Is.com
Passover in 2012 will start on Saturday, the 7th of April and will continue for 7 days until Friday, the 13th of April. Note that in the Jewish calander, a holiday ...
PASSOVER 2012 - Pesach - Jewish Holidays
Passover.org provides information on how to celebrate, say, pray, learn, and eat on Passover (Pesach). Includes haggadah text, recipes, games, songs, ...
A GOOD APPETITE; Short Ribs Replace Brisket for PASSOVER
SEVERAL years ago, my family banished brisket from our Seder. It was hard to do. Serving brisket for Passover was as ingrained as ladling out the matzo ball soup. The brisket lovers couldn’t imagine a Seder without it. But the naysayers in the family prevailed, and after much cajoling, my mother tried substituting boneless short ribs in her - By MELISSA CLARK
What should you bring to a PASSOVER seder?
Ive been invited to my first Passover Seder, and I want to bring something to show that I am grateful for the invite, but what is an appropriate gift? Are flowers ok?
Answer: Flowers are good and safe. You CERTAINLY don't want to bring food! Unless you buy something that says it's Kosher for Passover on it...but the family probably has that. Depending on the people, some sort of wine is good...wine is almost always good for a dinner, but you want to know what is okay for THEM. and different people have different traditions...many people will only drink Kosher for Passover wine on Passover, even if they don't keep Kosher any other time. Some good brands: Manischewitz, Mogen David, Baron, Carmel...those are the ones I'm familiar with. I was really young when our group decided to give up and drink nicer wines.
PASSOVER - a type of the crucifixion
Today, the Jewish community, and many Christians as well, celebrate the Seder Meal. The Beit Ha Shem Synagogue, a Messianic Jewish synagogue, announced a Community Seder on Saturday, April 7, 2012 at 6 p.m. at the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg.
PASSOVER - New World Encyclopedia
Passover (Pesach, Pesakh)—also called the Festival of Unleavened Bread—is a Jewish holiday commemorating the Exodus and the freedom of the Israelites from ancient ...
PASSOVER Seder includes the mystery and importance of charoset
There are many unique foods that Jews have at their Passover Seder. One of these foods is called charoset. It is often a mixture of fruit, ground nuts, and wine. The 12th-century scholar Maimonides describes charoset as follows: “We soak figs ...
Spare Times: For Children, for April 6-12
‘Ahhh ... Ha!’ Partway through the New Victory Theater’s latest show I developed a theory explaining the title. But I didn’t say, “Aha!” The production, titled “Ahhh ... Ha!,” is less about sudden, startling feats than about episodes of fluid, mesmerizing grace (call them Ahhh moments), interspersed - By LAUREL GRAEBER
PASSOVER: Definition from Answers.com
See other Holidays » Passover Passover 2011 begins at sundown on Monday, April 18. Passover lasts for seven days in Israel and eight days in the
LETTER; Learning About Judaism
To the Editor: Jonathan Safran Foer’s essay “ Why a Haggadah? ” (Sunday Review, April 1), about his writing of a new version of the Passover story, was breathtakingly beautiful. Mr. Foer’s own journey of discovery contrasts with that of most American Jews, who know very little about Judaism and thus find it difficult to
Israeli chefs target every last crumb for PASSOVER
By DANIELLA CHESLOW Associated Press TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) - The Jewish springtime holiday Passover is known as a festival of freedom, but its hallmark is a litany of dietary restrictions centered on not eating leavened bread for a week. The rules are so ...
A PASSOVER to remember — for Egypt
Sundown Friday marks the beginning of Passover, the commemoration of the Jews emancipation from enslavement in ancient Egypt. This year Passover falls on a day of enormous significance in the struggle for freedom in modern Egypt — April 6.
How is the ritual of PASSOVER practised in Australia today?
I need to record how Passover is practiced in Australia today and compare it to how the Haggadah describes how to practice it. Is anyone here Jewish? If so, how do you personally practice Passover? Do you perform many seders or just one? And do you do anything the Haggadah does not detail?
Answer: its practiced the same way Americans practice it or Israelis or Mexicans or anyone (jewish) (with a few different traditions depending on the family where the family originated the place also has an impact) its a holiday so therefore its practiced the same way as all Jews except possibly Ethiopian Jews because they were separated from other Jews a long time ago (during the second holy temple i think) but this happened before that so i think its probably pretty much the same
Settling on PASSOVER - The Daily Beast
Twenty settlers moved into a controversial house in Hebron on March 19. This Tuesday, Haaretz reported, Benjamin Netanyahu met with Ehud Barak, Moshe Ya'alon and Benny Begin. Later that day, Barak ordered the ...
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Laws, customs, recipes and inspiring videos and articles relating to the Jewish holiday of Passover (Pesach), when is Passover ...
What similarities are there between PASSOVER and mass in a catholic church ?
Pleasee helpp mee !! i have to do this assessment in school and one of the questions are the connections between mass and Passover , and ive only got one connection , soo pleasee could someone , tell me some connections :) xxx
Answer: At Passover, a spotless lamb is sacrificed. At the Mass, Jesus the perfect Son of God offers Himself to us (a sacrifice) At Passover, the blood of the lamb is used to save the people from the angel of death At the Mass, the blood of Christ saves us from spiritual death At Passover, the Jewish people remember how they were delivered from slavery At the Mass, we remember how Jesus delivered us from the slavery of sin The Passover meal is a meal of salvation The Mass is a meal of salvation At Passover, a lamb that was raised by the people was sacrificed At the Mass, bread and wine, fruits of our labor, are sacrificed
6 Q's About the News | Preparing for PASSOVER - NYTimes.com
6 Q's About the News | What foods are eaten at a Passover Seder?
A Song for PASSOVER: "They Tried To Kill Us, We Survived, Lets Eat"
Passover, which begins tonight, is an emblematic Jewish holiday, because it involves a lot of reading and talking. Each spring, as commanded in the book of Exodus, we gather for a Seder with family and friends to recount the story of how Moses led his ...
The PASSOVER Plot | Disinformation
This year Passover begins in the evening of Friday, April 6, 2012, with Easter Sunday falling on April 8, 2012. While many people celebrating the religious.
Whats relationship between the PASSOVER and World Mission Society Church of God?
Whats relationship between the Passover and World Mission Society Church of God( WMSCOG ) ?
I know that the Passover is feast of Jews. Whats the difference the Passover of WMSCOG and of Jews?When is the Passover this year? What is the biblical basis?
Answer: The Passover in the old testament was the day when God freed the Jewish from the slavery of Egypt. ( Ex. 12:1-14) This was a shadow of the things to come. In the New Testament times, the Passover is the only feast through which God's people can receive the forgiveness of their sins and can be saved from all disasters. And the Passover in the New testament was established by Jesus and was kept by not only Jewish but also many foreigners as the Gospel was spread out of Israel. When Christians are asked, "Have you received salvation?" they reply, "Yes," but if they are asked, "Do you celebrate the Passover?" most of them will hesitate in answering. Actually, no one can be said to be "saved" without knowing about the Passover. The Church of God is the only church in the world that celebrates the Passover of the new covenant on the fourteenth day of the first month—by sacred year—as was written in the Bible (Lev. 23:4). The Church of God can celebrate the Passover because the Second Coming Christ, Ahnsahnghong, has restored the Passover that Jesus established two thousand years ago. You can find more about the Church and the Passover here at http://wmscog.org The Passover is one of the most important feasts that God has granted because God promised to give us the forgiveness of our sins and eternal life through the Passover. (John 6:53-55, Matt. 26:17-28) Also, by celebrating the Passover, we can escape from all disasters. Even in the Old Testament times, there was a marked difference between the people who celebrated the Passover and the people who did not. Those who did not celebrate the Passover were always destroyed. (Ex. 12:12-14) In Hebrews 11:28, it is written, "By faith he kept the Passover and the sprinkling of blood, so that the destroyer of the firstborn would not touch the firstborn of Israel." Passover is coming up April, 5th this year! Let's keep the Passover just as the saints of the Early Church had cherished and celebrated the Passover of the new covenant!
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Special Parking Rules in New York City
Because of Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Passover , alternate-side street-cleaning regulations will be suspended in New York City through Sunday. Other regulations will remain in effect.
PASSOVER (Christian holiday) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Some Christians observe a form of the Jewish holiday of Passover. The practice is found among Assemblies of Yahweh, Messianic Jews, and some congregations of the ...
PASSOVER | Define PASSOVER at Dictionary.com
noun 1. Also called Pesach , Pesah. a Jewish festival that commemorates the exodus of the Jews from Egypt and is marked chiefly by the Seder ritual and the eating of ...
PASSOVER meals: How to take a can-do attitude with restrictions
During Passover each year much of the culinary focus is on the seder, the celebratory meal that commemorates the Jewish liberation and exodus from ancient Egypt. But the special dietary restrictions that go with the holiday last at least a week ...
Jewish PASSOVER 2011: History, Kosher Recipes, and Activities to ...
Jewish Passover history and traditions for celebrating the holiday. Recipes, Kids Crafts, and many more ideas.
does anyone kno if popcorn is kosher for Passover?
how about peanut butter? and is it true that coke isnt because of the corn syrup? im not uber strict on the rules but i try to keep pretty clean
Answer: Actually there is a funny story.I grew up an orthodox Jew.Then i later decided i would like to be a little conservative.And when i was little my parents used to say that popcorn wasn't kosher at all.But i later found out they did that so i wouldn't have popcorn stuck to my teeth.Because my dad was a strict dentist.But to your question popcorn is kosher for Passover.Peanut butter is also kosher for Passover.With coca cola you have to have kosher for Passover coca cola.
what are some funny PASSOVER things to say during the seder?
i usually am the funny one during Passover. but i ran out of stuff to say this year. what should i say?
Answer: After the part where the haggaddah explains that the bread cooked flat and hard, and you have to time this just right..."Yes, but did it look and taste like corrugated cardboard?" We always have celery for the karpas...and that's the NOISIEST part of the seder! And, oh! I guess you have to have the right haggaddah...but that poem about the spring coming and the 'song of the turtledove'...Yeah...I guess it's a little old, now, too, but in the 1980s, a friend of mine had a book with a misspelling...and it was the 'song of the turtle '. And he piped up: "What was that? Kowabunga!?" (as in Teenage Mutant Turtles...get it? Nah...that one's past its prime! )
Popular PASSOVER handbook goes to White House Seder table
Friday night, when President Obama joins Jewish guests for a Passover Seder in the White House, hell be holding a ritual handbook thats in millions of U.S. Jewish homes -- the Maxwell House Haggadah. Yes, the coffee company publishes Americas most long ...
Robert Naiman: Zionist BDS -- Kosher for PASSOVER
We need a broad, open debate in the American Jewish community on Zionist BDS, because that's a key step to getting the progressive edge of American Jewish opinion to start adopting it.
What is the special goblet in the PASSOVER meal for, and what is it called?
My daughter needs to know this for her homework. Apperently there is a goblet that Jewish people use in the Passover meal, and she needs to know why they use it, and what it is called.
Answer: (Kos Eliyahu it means "Cup of Elijah" in Hebrew) - It is supposed to symbolize freedom from slavery. It's filled with wine for Elijah the Prophet who represents all people.
Why is the PASSOVER meal that Jesus ate with his followers on the night before he died so important to Christi?
Why is the Passover meal that Jesus ate with his followers on the night before he died so important to Christians?
Answer: It had a lot to do with the sacrifice he was about to make. He even said that he was longing to eat this meal with them because soon he would be killed. It is also important because he was about to pour out his life for the forgiveness of sins. He loved his "friends" and wanted to share this special night with them. Just as you would if you knew you wouldn't be seeing your family and friends no more.
Judaism 101: Pesach: PASSOVER
Learn about the Jewish holiday of Passover, known to Jews as Pesach. Includes an outline of the seder (the family holiday ritual meal) and a recipe for charoset ...
PASSOVER - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Passover is a Jewish holiday and festival. It commemorates the story of the Exodus, in which the ancient Israelites were freed from slavery in Egypt. Passover begins ...
Pilgrims flock to Jerusalem for Easter, PASSOVER
Jerusalem - Pilgrims flocked to Jerusalem Friday, both for the start of the Easter weekend and for the Jewish festival of Passover. Good Friday marks the death of Jesus Christ, according to the Bible, followed by his resurrection on Easter Sunday.
A PASSOVER Message from the Obama Family | The White House
As he prepares for the annual White House Seder, President Obama wishes Chag Sameach to Jews everywhere as they continue their own traditions or start new ones this Passover.
PASSOVER Is the Holiday of Love
Passover is known as the festival of freedom. But it might also be known as the holiday of love. What was the most depressing condition of Egyptian slavery in the Torah? According to the Belzer Rebbe, the Israelites suffered most deeply not from slavery ...
When is PASSOVER in 2010? - When-Is.com
Passover in 2010 will start on Tuesday, the 30th of March and will continue for ... so observing Jews will celebrate Passover on the sunset of Monday, the 29th of ...
What is the difference between PASSOVER and communion?
Hi~ I met people from church of God a few days ago and they explained about the Passover , the way to protect disasters.
They said Passover is differ from communion.I think Its similar to communion. What is the difference between them?
Answer: God bless you! Nice to meet you~ :D The Passover is one of the most important feasts that God has granted because God promised to give us the forgiveness of our sins and eternal life through the Passover. Also, by celebrating the Passover, we can escape from all disasters. Even in the Old Testament times, there was a marked difference between the people who celebrated the Passover and the people who did not. Those who did not celebrate the Passover were always destroyed. The Last Plagues and the Passover It is only through the Passover that we can be saved from God's last plagues. Matt. 24:37-39 『"As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. For in the days before the flood, people were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, up to the day Noah entered the ark; and they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away. That is how it will be at the coming of the Son of Man."』 1 Thess. 5:1-3 『Now, brothers, about times and dates we do not need to write to you, for you know very well that the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night. While people are saying, "Peace and safety," destruction will come on them suddenly, as labor pains on a pregnant woman, and they will not escape.』 The most urgent thing now is for us to listen to the news of salvation. Let's study the verses in the Bible that show us how we can escape the last disaster. The earth will surely meet its doomsday, either by a world war or by God's mighty power. There are many prophecies in the Bible concerning the end of the age. Whoever absolutely believes and follows the prophecies will be saved. If anyone does not believe the message of salvation, he cannot obtain eternal life, even though he may try to seek salvation by his own means (such as making an underground shelter, going to another planet by rocket, fleeing to a peaceful country, or hiding himself within an atomic submarine under a North Pole iceberg). These are merely temporary methods to hide from danger. In regard to this, some prophets prophesied as follows: Zeph. 1:18 『Neither their silver nor their gold will be able to save them on the day of the LORD's wrath.』 Amos 9:2-4 『"Though they dig down to the depths of the grave, from there my hand will take them. Though they climb up to the heavens, from there I will bring them down. Though they hide themselves on the top of Carmel, there I will hunt them down and seize them. Though they hide from me at the bottom of the sea, there I will command the serpent to bite them. Though they are driven into exile by their enemies, there I will command the sword to slay them. I will fix my eyes upon them for evil and not for good."』 Now, the time has come to study and to follow the way of salvation, according to God's guidance, displayed in the prophecies of the Bible, instead of seeking man's ways. In order to give salvation to those who believe in the prophecies, God has allowed the history of ancient times as a shadow, revealing what will happen in the end of the age. Ex. 12:12-14 『"On that same night I will pass through Egypt and strike down every firstborn―both men and animals―and I will bring judgment on all the gods of Egypt. I am the LORD. The blood will be a sign for you on the houses where you are; and when I see the blood, I will pass over you. No destructive plague will touch you when I strike Egypt. This is a day you are to commemorate; for the generations to come you shall celebrate it as a festival to the LORD―a lasting ordinance."』 In Hebrews 11:28, it is written, "By faith he kept the Passover and the sprinkling of blood, so that the destroyer of the firstborn would not touch the firstborn of Israel." This means that no destructive plague was brought upon the houses where the blood of the Passover lamb had been sprinkled, because it became a sign. God's last plagues will be brought upon this sinful world. At that moment, who on earth can escape? Can't the people who have the blood of Jesus, who have celebrated the Passover, escape? The power of the Passover will be revealed when the last plagues are brought upon the earth. Those who have not celebrated the Passover will regret it, and they will face God's wrath and punishment. http://english.watv.org/truth/feast_Passover.html
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Rocket From Sinai Lands in Israel
JERUSALEM — At least one rocket fired from the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt struck the southern Israeli resort city of Eilat overnight, causing alarm but no injuries, police officials said on Thursday. Residents reported hearing several explosions shortly after midnight, and bomb-disposal experts located one rocket that fell in an open area close - By ISABEL KERSHNER
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