This week we continue with our observance of Passover. Passover this year is observed the evening of April 15 at sunset. We observe Passover not only as a memorial of Israel's release from captivity to Egypt, but as a renewal and restoration of a covenant relationship with Yehovah-Yeshua, the God of Israel. This restoration is prophesied to occur at the end of the world a second and final time as Yehovah prepares His people to receive Him for His millennial reign. The series of Biblical Holy Days form a sequence of events that indicate a developing relationship with God. First, we have the covenants received during Passover, Unleavened Bread and First Fruits, which initiates a relationship with God. Then we have additional covenants received at Shavuot that completes the covenant relationship, and then finally, a realization of that relationship as we commemorate the millennium and receiving Yehovah-Yeshua as our King and God at Sukkot. Israelites for millennia have begun this series of observances using a Seder to the Passover, which outlines the primary remembrances that God has commanded. Many Seder's have been written for the Passover, but few place an emphasis on covenant renewal. Please consider the Seder here that incorporates covenant renewal in with your observance this year and after.
Passover Seder with Covenant Renewal