It’s been a while since I posted to this blog – sorry folks!
Happy New Year! The Biblical New Year officially began with the most recent New Moon, which was Monday night, April 4, 2011.
I want to post today and talk about a Holy Day that is one of the highlights of each year. Passover!
Our Father instituted the celebration of this day (week) in the book of Exodus and chapter 12.
12:24 “And you shall observe this thing for an ordinance to you and to your sons forever”
How long is forever? =)
Do you think they enjoyed choosing a precious, spotless lamb, maybe one that had made it’s way into their heart, and then sacrificing it? Having had goats, which in some ways are like sheep, I can’t imagine how difficult it was to do this.
So today, pianos have been taught that we no longer have to obey the command to forever celebrate the Passover and eat lamb, but can instead celebrate the resurrection on Estra’s day and eat ham. Very interesting, isn’t it?
I was reading an old post today at Following the Ancient Paths and it is very well written, so I am including a link here for you all. This sweet sister speaks strongly, yet with kindness. I pray that your heart will be touched as you read her words:
This year, Passover begins in the evening on April 18th and continues with the Feast of Unleavened Bread for the next week.