Seven days after Israel left Egypt after the first Passover, the new nation went through the Red Sea. The salvation of the LORD was on display. God said that “from generation to generation” we are to remember the Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread. It is easy not to remember this time because the world’s system purposefully distracts from this time and ignores it as much as possible. God proved His sincere desire to redeemed mankind when He commanded His Son to die for us.
Matzah is the culinary focus of the Feast of Unleavened Bread and we eat it every day for seven days. That’s the physical reality of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. However, if we aren’t careful, we can miss the spiritual reality of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Just as matzah’s simple mixture of flour and water (with no salt, leavening or seasonings added) is a “back to basics” food, on a spiritual level, God is calling us to get back to the basics of sincerity and truth in our spiritual life, too. If we miss out on sincerity and truth, all we get out of the Feast of Unleavened Bread is constipation.
We know that Yeshua loves us and we love Yeshua. Sometimes God the Father is left out of the loop of affection. We forget that everything Yeshua ever did was because of His Father. We don’t think about the fact that God loves us even more. Yeshua did nothing that was not approved by the Father. God has set aside this time as a time of protection and sanctification. He gives us His sincerity and His truth. We don’t become unleavened because of us but because of Him.
Richard Agee also presents his views on the role of Yeshua in Creation and the identity of the Holy Spirit.