Welcome to the Feast of Unleavened Bread for 2013
The Feast of Unleavened Bread for 2013 began last night and will continue until sundown (March 27th). The 2013 feast of unleavened bread is a weeklong festival based on the journey out of Egypt for the children of Israel and living sin-free for seven days as the God of Israel has given us. During the seven days we are to live sin-free as in the spiritual context, but we are to live without leaven bread in the physical context. The physical context is the schoolmaster to let us know what we are to be doing in the spiritual context (bringing us to Christ).
Happy Feast of Unleavened Bread for 2013
Therefore you are to keep this feast of unleavened bread and avoid eating leavened bread such as your muffins and baked goods and focus on unleavened matzo type bread for seven days. During the first day you are to have a holy convocation, or a holy gathering and eat bread unleavened bread and feast before the Lord, rejoicing. On the seventh day you are also to have a holy convocation and eat unleavened bread and feast before the God of Israel.
As you perform this and do this, you will learn that the God of Israel has given us seven days of existence and expects us to live without sin during those seven days. As we live sin-free seven days we are to understand this was what the God of Israel originated for us and that He’s forgiven our past sins by the “pass over” and has brought us into a sin free state for seven days. This is what they feast of unleavened bread embodies, this is what it means, and this is how it is to be practice according to the Word of God.
Feast of Unleavened Bread for 2013
Peace and many blessings to you in the mighty name of Jesus this 2013 Feast of Unleavened Bread season and we pray that you have understanding and what it means and is enjoying the time with your family and your God. Peace in Jesus name.
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