Nissan 14 at 3:00 pm – Since Adam this day has pointed to One Seed planted on our earth. Every day is not the same. Pesach is a set apart time. The world celebrates Easter bunnies. Jesus said Do The Seder in memory of me. Bitter herbs, vinegar, wine are themes to be remembered at this time. And it’s a month of miracles!
In accepting this in our mind, we accept God is real and in charge. He alone determines our eternal fate. If God knew us before we were in our mother’s tummy, we begin as a spirit…as He is spirit. Then we are mixed with flesh and become a human being to make our way to find out about The Seed. When we plant the truth of The Seed into us, we wake up our eternal spirit. It is in this humbled attitude that our hands and feet move forward in this world confirming what our belief system is.
Yeshua (Jesus) prayed on Nissan 14 that none would be lost to the Deceiver that had been given to his charge by The Father. All of them left Yeshua Nisan 14. Peter denied him but repented. He did NOT lose Peter. Judas was sorrowful for what he did but did not accept the grace available to ask for forgiveness…and he hung himself.
No matter what we’ve done to deny God and his precious son Yeshua, it can be covered by repenting.
At this Seder time of year we are to be organized. The word means to hand down things in their order. God used Yeshua to be a testimony of God’s perfect order for mankind. We are in perfect order when we move in God’s instructions. His Torah is perfect instruction. How do we know that? Because Jesus Yeshua walked it out perfectly and in order. He even figured out how to die at the exact moment the other lambs were beginning to be slain. He was the first slain and died at 3:00 pm.
Everything is in order….The Lord’s order. We are to remember YHWH’s miracles bringing the Israelites out of Egypt. At the Seder these true stories are remembered and acted upon. The children are to ask the ‘why’. We are to ask questions as to the order of coming out of Egypt.
In what we all believe are the last days, we no longer have our world asking the questions of the order of the Seder. And, it is just a remnant on our earth that will be obedient to eating unleavened bread for seven days during the festival of Pesach. We are out-of-order today,
These instructions have been abandoned because ‘we are Judas’. We are sorry but not repentant. We make up our own rules and determine Sunday is The Resurrection. We convince ourselves that honoring Good Friday and Holy Saturday and rising up early for Sunday service is what Easter is about. We hunt for eggs that represent new life. We have paganized what was to be ‘IN ORDER’.
We are ‘out of order’ doing what we think is best in our own eyes. And, those that want to do Seders in their home are embarrassed to invite people to a Seder setting so questions can be ask. They are put down for wanting to gather together to find the answers. Our world is truly upside down because our churches are upside down in their thinking. They teach dispensations being mesmerized by Charles Larkens drawings which are nothing that could be put in print today, as we see in this photograph of the Three Days and Three Nights.
Pastors that use to do Seders may no longer do them. Why? Because they listen to the itching ears of the people who don’t want to ask the simple questions that take them back to what they think is an old-fashion system of Laws.
If I could tell you one thing, it would be to have you go to a book everyone is reading right now. The Book of Revelation. Everyone wants to know when Jesus is returning. And they are following Charles Larken’s incredible art work to see if they can avoid what’s going to happen.
Revelation 2:4 is key. John has a vision where Yeshua himself is speaking to John who is on the island of Patmos. Just for that moment in time Yeshua tells him about the churches that have lost their first love. People without reading the next verse could just assume Jesus is talking about himself….that He is their first love…but He is not talking about himself.
I close with my heart breaking that we’ve left The Torah. When we leave God’s instructions that occur in the first five books of the bible, we leave The Calendar that shows us these very special times that we are to remember.
I love Baptists because they want to be pure in heart. I love my grandchildren and the spouses they have married of whom also want to follow God through the blood of Jesus. But, we must detest doctrines of men who say God’s calendar is no more. When you remove God’s ways, you will find trouble in your life. God disciplines…not the unsaved….but those He loves. God came to save all of us. Our testimony right now is this seven-day cycle told in The Torah we should be calling: “Do this in Remembrance of me!”
Yes, bad things can happen when we love God but leave his ways.
If we do NOT continue to REMEMBER what God says to remember, then we bring The Torah’s judgments on ourselves. You see, God set up a standard…blessing and cursing. They are found in the first FIVE books. If you don’t know what these blessings and curses are, we are walking on egg shells with God. Those egg shells are cracking and you’re falling through the cracks of life. Your testimony for God is weak because you can only tell people what you ‘remember’ about being saved.
God has His testimonies and we need to stand on His ways that are to be remembered on our earth. He’s given you the exact day and the exact time. Nisan 14 at 3:00 pm.
Read an entire passage to get understanding. Context is key to understanding.
Who is writing and who is blessed for reading and understanding?
Rev 1:1 This is the revelation which God gave to Yeshua the Messiah, so that he could show his servants what must happen very soon. He communicated it by sending his angel to his servant Yochanan, (John)
Rev 1:2 who bore witness to the Word of God and to the testimony of Yeshua the Messiah, as much as he saw. (John sees this)
Rev 1:3 Blessed are the reader and hearers of the words of this prophecy, provided they obey the things written in it! For the time is near! (Shema: Read, hear, obey)
To the Church in Ephesus
Rev 2:1 “To the angel of the Messianic Community in Ephesus, write: ‘Here is the message from the one who holds the seven stars in his right hand and walks among the seven gold menorahs: (Yeshua is the one walking among the assemblies)
Rev 2:2 “I know what you have been doing, how hard you have worked, how you have persevered, and how you can’t stand wicked people; so you tested those who call themselves emissaries but aren’t—and you found them to be liars.
Rev 2:3 You are persevering, and you have suffered for my sake without growing weary.
(Yeshua is happy they are doing good, but what is He unhappy about?)
Rev 2:4 But I have this against you: you have lost the love you had at first.
(So this is not their LOVE for Jesus Christ that is lost.)
Rev 2:5 Therefore, remember where you were before you fell, turn from this sin, and do what you used to do before. Otherwise, I will come to you and remove your menorah from its place—if you don’t turn from your sin!
(Their first love they were given was God’s instructions known as the written words of Moses…or The Torah. Without The Torah we don’t know when to come to God’s celebrations…we don’t know His calendar.)
Rev 2:6 But you have this in your favor: you hate what the Nicolaitans do—I hate it too.
Rev 2:7 Those who have ears, let them hear what the Spirit is saying to the Messianic communities. To him winning the victory I will give the right to eat from the Tree of Life which is in God’s Gan-`Eden.” ‘
Let us repeat of whom this warning is from:
Rev 1:5 and from Yeshua the Messiah, the faithful witness, the firstborn from the dead and the ruler of the earth’s kings. To him, the one who loves us, who has freed us from our sins at the cost of his blood,
Rev 2:11 He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; He that overcometh shall not be hurt of the second death.
Hmm… God’s church can be ‘hurt’ by the ‘second’ death. Hmm. Sounds like a salvation issue, doesn’t it?
Here is a comparison for the very key verse we referenced in Revelation 2:5 of what God’s first love is.
(Webster) And he that overcometh, and keepeth my works to the end, to him will I give power over the nations:
(Weymouth) “‘And to him who overcomes and obeys My commands to the very end, I will give authority over the nations of the earth.
(Williams) To him who conquers and continues to the very end to do the works that please me, I will give authority over the heathen;
(YLT) and he who is overcoming, and who is keeping unto the end my works, I will give to him authority over the nations,
We see that there are two things going on. We are saved by the blood of the very one that never violated The Torah in one part. If we love Jesus we will do what Yeshua did…He came to live out The Torah to please The Father.
All through history mankind has been asked to SHEMA: Read, Hear, Obey God’s instructions. Adam was given instructions of what to eat and when to rest.
Noah was given instructions on what to eat as he took seven clean animals on the ark to one of the unclean specie.
Abraham was familiar with sacrifice and also knew what clean was.
Moses took clean animals to sacrifice in The Wilderness showing honor to point to year 4000 where 14 Nissan would become very important on a wooden stake.
Mankind has always had instructions to follow. Until, bibles went into print and politics of whose bible was right has even divided churches into 40,000 denominations.
God’s love is two edged. They have always been instructions with two edges: blessing or cursing. Obedience to act righteously or disobedience that can even bring miscarriage of a life.
In order for our earth to reach 8000 years, it’s participants have to cooperate. When mankind rejects God’s instructions, He will finally no longer hear prayer. There are quiet times where we are left to ourselves…and really our earth spirals down.
When we have earthquakes and tornadoes, if we know him we call upon him. Yes, it is in our weakness that God becomes strong. In the cursing we bring upon ourselves we should look to ourselves alone and say, ‘thank you’ for the correction.
It is the time of year we spring clean and it comes from God’s instruction to take the leaven out of your house for SEVEN days…eat ‘unleavened bread’ for SEVEN days which reminds us that He alone is sinless. Yeshua Jesus had no yeast in him but how do we know that if we don’t understand The Torah and what sin is? Did he get angry? Yes, and yet it was not sin. There is righteous anger.
When do we start the days of ‘remembering’ God’s way to tell about The Cross? 14 Nisan, 3:00 pm April 15, 2022.