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Passover Feast Celebration

Do Christians celebrate the Passover feast? The Bible states Jesus celebrated it. Should Christians celebrate Passover?

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Rebecca, I would like to come and visit your church sometime.
---Eloy on 12/9/07


Yes they should. My church is having a sunrist service Sunday morning and then afterwards, preaching and then who knows.
---Rebecca_D on 12/7/07


we celebrate it at communion and foot washing ceremony.Christ's footwashing ceremony demonstrates humility before communion. Passover also means the passing over of the angel of death. When the blood of lamb was smothered on ones door lintel, the angel of death passes by..the people wer to eat bitter herbs n lambs meat/Christ/bread of life, blood on the door signify the shed blood of Christ that saves.
---jana on 5/2/07


Betty8468 - I can tell that you have never celebrated a Passover Sedar. It is an awesome celebration of the death, burial and reurrection of our Messiah. Y'shua, by and through the sacrifice of his blood, made final atonement for the sins of the world. The law he fulfilled was the law of the sacrifices for the atonement of sins found in Leviticus. A lot of Gentiles have not idea what they are missing by not celebrating the feasts that G-d gave to US ALL in his word.
---phyla3656 on 4/14/07


betty8468, Communion is the Passover (Mat.26:17-30). Jesus was having Passover with his disciples when he said, "In the same way also the cup with the supping, saying, This the cup the New Covenant being in mine blood, as oftentimes as you all drink, this do in the remembrance of me. For as oftentimes you all eat of this bread, and drink of this cup, the death of the Lord you all announce till he come." I Corinthians 11:25,26
---Eloy on 4/5/07




Elroy, Communion is with bread and wine(juice). The Passover meal was roasted lamb, bitter herbs and other items of which I can't recall now. Communion is to be celebrated in memory of the sacifice Jesus made for us. No where in the NT, that I can find, is it stated that we celebrate the passover but only the bread and wine. 1Cor.11:23-28.
---betty8468 on 4/5/07


Part 1>>>Jesus may had been a Jew, but first, He was the Son of God.>> Pass over Feast>>Is A feast instituted by God in commemoration of the deliverance of Israel from Egypt and anticipatory of the expiatory sacrifice of CHRIST. The reason with which we celebrate. Christ is out passover was sacrificed for us. The Jews, after they had killed the passover kept the feast of unleavened bread. So must we. Not for seven days only but all our days. [1 CORIN. 5,7-8.]
---catherine on 4/4/07


Part 2 The PASSOVER >>>He must be without guilt in His conduct towards God and man.Heinous evil could not be expiated but with the blood of The Son of God! And shall a Christian love the murderer of his Lord? God forbid. >>>What God is saying here is We are not to love evil but we are to HATE EVIL. [1 CORIN. 5,7-8].
---catherine on 4/4/07


betty8468, Christian churches celebrate Communion (Passover) at least once a year honoring Jesus' sacrificial death, but more common it's monthly. "In the same way also the cup with the supping, saying, This the cup the New Covenant being in mine blood, as oftentimes as you all drink, this do in the remembrance of me. For as oftentimes you all eat of this bread, and drink of this cup, the death of the Lord you all announce till he come." I Corinthians 11:25,26
---Eloy on 4/4/07


Jesus was born a Jew. Passover is a Jewish feast, which was a law to celebrate. Jesus fulfilled the law. We are Christians and not Jews therefore I don't see why we need or have to celebrate it.
---betty8468 on 4/4/07




Yes, Christians celebrate Passover, we call it Communion or the Lord's Last Supper. Jesus is the Passover Lamb.
---Eloy on 4/3/07


Rebecca, what does a sunrise service on Easter Sunday morning have to do with Passover? Passover is a wonderful feast of G-d and everyone that celebrates it in the proper way will certainly be blessed. I would suggest you find a Messianic Jewish Congregation and go celebrate Passover with them. The death, burial and Resurrection of Y'shua is the most beautiful part of the Sedar.
---Phyllis on 4/4/07


Jesus celebrated it--and fulfilled it. Think a minute--would you have your sons circumcised because Jesus was?

The Passover--Pesakh--is observed by Christians as Easter, or properly, Pascha (Pascua in Spanish, Pasquale in Italian, Paques in French, and so on).
---Jack on 4/3/07


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