The plagues on Egypt foreshadow a future coming time of tribulation when God will judge the whole earth, as he once judged Egypt. This time, judgment comes on all the nations, as God redeems his people from the nations. Just as the redemption from Egypt began with plagues, judgments, signs and wonders on the earth, likewise, the final redemption will be prefaced by the same types of omens, calamities, and judgments, which Christians refer to as “the tribulation” and Jews refer to as the “Birth Pains of Messiah,” leading up to the conflict of Armageddon, the great war of Gog and Magog.
Messianic Passover Teachings and Events
Passover is a beautiful festival of redemption instructed in the Bible, celebrated by the ancient followers of Yeshua, and preserved by the Jewish community for centuries.
Passover (in Hebrew, Pesach) not only commemorates the exodus from Egypt, it anticipates and celebrates the ultimate Messianic redemption.
For Messianic Jews and Gentiles, Passover is also an important time to commemorate the death, burial, and resurrection of our Master Yeshua, which also occurred at this season.
We celebrate Passover by removing all traces of leaven from our homes, by participating in a special meal called a seder, and by singing songs, blessings, and prayers of praise.
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