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Understanding the Feast of Unleavened Bread

The Celebration of the Feast of Unleavened Bread 2017
Welcome to Today is the Last Night of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, a High Sabbath to the God of Israel, Jesus.

God uses metaphors to represent different things. For instance, the Almighty will say that man should not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds of the mouth of the Almighty.

This is not to say that you should never eat physical bread as we know it today, instead it is simply saying that the word of God is more important than eating your physical food for your body.

In essence, you must feed your spirit (your mind) before you feed your body. And we also know that unleavened bread or leaven represents sin in the Bible.

1 Corinthians 5

Your glorying is not good. Know ye not that a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump?

And again…

Galatians 5

A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump.

Leaven represents sin, Biblically speaking. A little sin will pervert the entire body and spirit. That is part of his symbolism or metaphors for our understanding. These are also known as parables.

So we can gather that when you add leaven or rising agents to your bread you are adding sin to your bread. What is sin? Sin is the transgression of the law or the breaking of the commandments of the Almighty. Jesus Christ in the flesh,  live without sin. He had to do this in order to become the official sacrifice for mankind.

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Because Jesus Christ was without sin, He was without leaven. Jesus, at the Passover ordinance, told us that He was the bread that came down from heaven. Jesus  was without sin, this means Jesus is that bread the is unleavened.

His body is that bread, His blood is the wine. We get the bread and the wine. For the feast of unleavened bread, we are commanded to go seven days eating bread unleavened.

In the whole scope of things, a day with the Almighty is a thousand years to mankind. Man is essentially to go seven days eating unleavened bread, that bread is Jesus the Christ, the Word of God.


The flesh profits nothing. The words, which are in the pages of the Bible that Jesus spoke to us, they are life, they our spirit. So keep the feast unleavened bread without malice, without strife, knowing that we are putting away sin because we are covered by the blood of Jesus from the Passover.

Understanding the Feast of Unleavened Bread

We want to be holy unto our Maker, the Almighty Eternal. May the Lord Jesus bless you in Jesus name. Amen

Elder Ishe

PS: By the way, the Feast of Unleavened Bread is a High Sabbath, and it is the day that confused a lot of Christians because it came after the Passover.

People believe Jesus died on “Good Friday” because the following day was a Sabbath. But it was not the weekly Sabbath Day as we like to think, it was a High Sabbath, as in God’s annual Sabbaths you can read about in Leviticus chapter 23.


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