Messiah's Festival: The Last Day of Passover

| By FFOZ Staff Writer

Passover is the season of our redemption, and it is ripe with Messianic imagery. The most well-known Passover custom is the seder that we observe on the first night. But there is also another lesser-known festival.

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The First Messianic Haggadah

| By Boaz Michael

For many centuries, Jewish people have put faith in Yeshua, only to be absorbed and assimilated into Christianity. Modern Messianic Judaism was ignited in the mid-1800s as Christians of Jewish descent began to assert the value of their Jewish identity.

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The New Song of Redemption

| By Boaz Michael

What could this new song be? Prior to the birth of our Master Yeshua, Zechariah, the father of Yochanan the Immerser, was prophetically inspired to break out with a new song of blessing for the redemption.

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