Jesus is our Passover Lamb, not an easter ham

Another excellent study on the Passover and why Christians should observe it.

This certainly reconciles the synoptic account of the Passover meal of Jesus with his Apostles and the account given by John.

At the last supper, Jesus taught Christians how to observe the Passover in that Passover meal: in remembrance of him and His one-time sacrifice as the Passover Lamb.

It was not on Easter (pagan origin and fully adulterated), it was not on Sunday , and it was not an elimination of the Passover or the feast of unleavened bread.

Jesus  is our Passover Lamb. Not an easter ham.

The Lord’s Feast Days hold now and for eternity, in remembrance of Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God, who died for the sins of the world, was buried and rose again, conquering death so that all may have eternal life for those who put their faith in Him and are obedient to the Father, as the gentile Abraham so perfectly  modeled for us.

During the Millennial Reign, Jesus will observe Passover with us and once again drink wine with us.

“I tell you I will not drink again of this fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it new with you in my Father’s kingdom.” –Matthew 26:29

Bible Insights From Jerry

Passover meal

Two Passoversby Jerry and Kitty revised 12/19/2014

The purpose of this article is to show that there are two Passovers in the Bible. (This does not include the “makeup” Passover on the 14th of the following month for those who are ritually unclean and unable to participate in Passover at the proper time.)

The first Passover, a memorial, is performed by the head of the household on the 14th of Nissan (Ex 12:6), starting on the sunset of the 13th of Nissan. This “First Passover” is NOT part of the 7-day Feast of Unleavened Bread.


The “second Passover” is a ritual sacrifice, performed at the Temple and is on the first day of the feast of unleavened bread (Nissan 15th).

Deu 16:6 But at the place which the LORD thy God shall choose to place his name in, there thou shalt sacrifice the passover…

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