Seven Blessings for those who commemorate the The Passover Feast of The Lord: Exodus 23:14, “Three times a year you shall celebrate a feast to Me. You shall observe the Feast of Unleavened Bread; for seven days you are to eat unleavened bread, as I commanded you, at the appointed time in the month Abib, for in it you came out of Egypt. And none shall appear before Me empty-handed. Exodus 14-15
1. God Promises to Send An Angel to Protect you and Escort you to the Place God has Prepared: Exodus 23:20
2. God says, “I’ll be an enemy to your enemies and an adversary to your adversaries: Exodus 23:22
3. God will Give Prosperity To You: Exodus 23:25
4. God says, “I’ll take sickness from you.” Exodus 23:25b
5. God will Give You Longevity and Keep You from Premature Death: Exodus 23:26
6. God will Give You an Increase and an Inheritance: Exodus 23:30
7. God will Give You A Special Year of Blessings. What the enemy has stolen from you God will return: Exodus 12:35
Two times in Leviticus 23: 2 and 4, God told the Israelites that The Feast of Passover was The Feast of The Lord. Passover is not an Israel’s Feast, nor a Jewish Feast. It is the Feast of The Lord. Every year it is to be commemorated as a Holy Convocation, to be watched for and celebrated. It is a appointed time and season. Don’t miss it. Yeshua is our Passover Lamb and he is to be Worshipped, Praised and Honored. People tell me that they don’t celebrate the Old Testament Feasts because they were done away with at the Cross. Really? Then why in the New Testament Jesus’ parents celebrated Passover, Luke 2:41-42 is this reference. Every year Mary and Joseph would take Jesus to Jerusalem from Nazareth to honor the Lord’s request to Celebrate the Feasts of The Lord. So Jesus was accustomed to commemorating the Feast of Passover.
Jesus celebrated the Passover even though He was the Passover Lamb. in Luke 22:7, Jesus told Peter and John to go and prepare for the Passover Seder in the Upper room. The way I see it is, if Jesus celebrated the Feast of Passover as the Passover lamb, then I’m going to celebrate and remember The Feasts of The Lord.
The Apostle Paul celebrated the Feast of Passover and even instructed the New Testament believers in Corinth to do the same. Now, wouldn’t you think that of all the New Testament writers it would be the Apostle Paul who would instruct that we are not be under the law, but under grace? So then why in 1 Corinthians 5:7 does he tell the early Christians to commemorate this feast? Because he knows it is The Feast of The Lord. They were not to celebrate it with the old leaven, but it was to be a new lump, an unleavened lump, not with malice or wickedness, but with life, love, and passion for Yeshua, the Passover lamb.
Are we under Law? No, we are under Grace. And that gives us the Freedom to celebrate Yeshua as our Passover Lamb. The Old Testament is the Physical History of the Spiritual dynamic for us to walk out. First the natural, then the spiritual. Passover is the foundation of all the other Feasts of The Lord. Feast of Passover, Feast of Pentecost, and Feast of Tabernacles. Since Passover is the first mentioned and the foundation, then the Law of First Mention is in effect. Thus it sets in order the rest of all the Feasts of The Lord.
As you commemorate the Feast of Passover this season, may the Seven Supernatural Blessings Promised by God be upon and you and your family. Baruch Ha Shem and Shabbat Shalom.