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    Passover (Pesach) Passover is a Jewish holiday that is celebrated in the spring, from the 15th through the 22nd of the Hebrew month of Nissan. Passover is the holiday of Matzot, and the holiday of Freedom. It’s the holiday of Matzot because, that is what the Jewish people ate when they left Egypt. It’s the holiday of freedom, because that’s when the Jews we free of slavery and left Egypt. There are a few parts of Passover but I’m only going to discuss 3 of them, The Story of Passover/ plagues, the first, middle, and second days of Passover, and why Jewish people eat certain foods on Passover. The Story of Passover starts when Joseph’s brothers sell him down to Egypt as a slave, while he was there he became Pharaoh’s number 2, because when…

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    Falling into line with the feasts of Pentecost and Tabernacles. Celebrations of the Passover are recorded at Mount Sinai and entering Canaan. The ultimate significance of the Passover, though, is not in its sociology or history, but in its unique role in the life of the Jewish people. It was, and continues to be the festival of freedom and redemption par excellence. Representative of God’s love and saving acts, it always gave the people hope in the face of physical and spiritual oppression. …

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    Analysis: The Paschal Meal

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    The Paschal Meal Hippolytus brings out the link between the sacraments of initiation and the Eucharist being the summit. Also, the sacrament of penance reaches its peak in the Eucharist, hence, the central sacrament is the Eucharist. The understanding of the Passover for the primitive church and the Jewish paschal ritual has to be clarified. Roland de Vaux thinks that the origin of the Passover ritual is from the nomadic shepherds who offered young animal for the well-being of their flocks.…

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    Eucharist Research Paper

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    The Sacrament of the Eucharist The Eucharist is one of seven sacraments found within the Catholic tradition and is fundamental for Christians is their spiritual journey with Christ. This paper will provide a short history of the Eucharist and its foundations in the Jewish Passover; an understanding of the Eucharist as a memorial likened to Anzac day or Remembrance day; A theological understanding of how Christ’s real presence is found within the gifts of the bread and wine and how this applies…

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    with her heritage, until a sudden transformation shows her the importance of history, and the importance of family. In the novel, Hannah is transported back in time to the Holocaust in an unknown concentration camp, where she forgets her modern knowledge and lives the life of a girl from that time named Chaya, which is her Hebrew name because of her Aunt Eva’s friend who died in the concentration camps. In the novel The Devil’s Arithmetic by Jane Yolen, the setting changes many times, beginning…

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    Israel Passover

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    Saturday, March 26 A lecture overflowing with grace was taught by Pastor Deborah during the 2nd day of the North East region Easter retreat From John Chapter 18 1:40. Pastor Deborah preached "Now we will see the last moment of the lords life. The most painful moment of the cross. " she added "His disciples could not see how it was affecting him, the coming cross. They didn't quite understand. We are very lucky to see what he prayed, how he served them in his final hour. These beautiful…

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    However, it most likely makes enough for one family, since Passover is often celebrated within familial groups. All of the ingredients are easily found in a local convenience store, again going with the theme of it being easy to make and access. The contextualization at the top of the recipe gives information about the history of Haroset. It mentions that it originated in Italy, but now has several places of origin. This is similar to arroz con pollo, last week’s recipe, which can be made in…

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    Passover Feast

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    One of the twelve, who was called Judas, went to the chief elders and said, “What are you willing to give me if I give him over to you?” They paid him thirty-two pieces of silver, and from then on he looked for an opportunity to hand him over. On the first day of the Feast of Breaking Bread, the disciples went to Jesus, and Jesus said, “Go into the city to the man and tell him, ‘Jesus says, “My call time is nearing; with you, and with my disciples I shall celebrate the Passover Feast.”…

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    Jewish Passover Recall

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    Option A 1. What event does the Jewish Passover recall and celebrate? The events that are recalled and celebrated by the Jewish people are the 10 plagues that God sent on the land of Egypt. The 10 Plagues are: the river Nile was turned into blood, Egypt was overrun by frogs, Dust turned into lice, a swarm of flies came to Egypt, All Egyptian livestock died, Egyptian got boils, The worst hailstorm in Egyptian history struck, A swarm of Locust at all the Egyptian’s crops, Egypt came into…

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    The Passover feast, being a shadow of things to come, has been fulfilled in Christ. God gave his one and only Son, Jesus Christ, to be our pure and spotless Lamb Sacrifice; he became our Passover Sacrifice. Because of His sacrifice, God is able to ‘pass over’ our sins in forgiveness and deliver us from bondage under Satan. “Therefore purge out the old leaven, that you may be a new lump, since you truly are unleavened. For indeed Christ, our Passover was sacrificed for us.” 1 Cor 5:7 NKJV “For…

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