Passover 2017 begins Monday evening, April 10, and ends Tuesday evening, April 18.
The first Passover seder is on the evening of Monday, April 10, and the second Passover seder takes place on the evening of Tuesday, April 11.
What is Passover?
Passover is a festival of freedom. It commemorates the Israelites’ Exodus from Egypt, and their transition from slavery to freedom.
The main ritual of Passover is the seder, which occurs on the first two night (in Israel just the first night) of the holiday — a festive meal that involves the re-telling of the Exodus through stories and song and the consumption of ritual foods, including matzah and maror (bitter herbs).
The seder’s rituals and other readings are outlined in the Haggadah — today, many different versions of this Passover guide are available in print and online, and you can also create your own.
My Menu For Passover
Steam turnips greens - bitter herb
Salt Hot water Cornbread - the absence of leavening
Lamb - his body
Wine his - blood
Eggs salad with salad greens- new being
Mint ice cream-spring
Will God use you to do His Work?
Have you ever felt that God couldn’t use you to serve him because you were just too ordinary?
Look at Moses he wrote Genesis 26 mainly to show the nation Israel how God was faithfully
working out His covenant promises
Isaac was kind of blah. He wasn’t bold like his father Abraham, who made a daring raid against the kings of the east. He wasn’t shrewd like his son, Jacob, or a gifted leader like his grandson, Joseph.
Yahweh used him to work out his covenant promises
Yahweh Use These Kind Ordinary
ORDINARY PEOPLE HAVE ORDINARY TRIALS.
ORDINARY PEOPLE HAVE ORDINARY FEARS.
ORDINARY PEOPLE HAVE ORDINARY SIN.
ORDINARY PEOPLE HAVE ORDINARY HASSLES.
ORDINARY PEOPLE HAVE ORDINARY FAMILY PROBLEMS.
'Be Of Good Cheer Yahweh Has Used You Some Way In His Will'