First day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread — Remembering the Father

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.

Thought Questions

Texts: 1 Cor. 5:7-8; John 17: 1-4; John 1:1-3; Isa. 9:6

Why did God make this day a holy day of convocation?

What happened on this day in history?

Who were sanctified on the first day of Unleavened Bread?

What does the word sanctify mean?

Why do we eat unleavened bread?

What did the apostle Paul mean when he told the Corinthians they were already unleavened?

Do you believe you are spiritually unleavened?

How do you know if you are spiritually unleavened?

How do you get sincerity and truth?

What do you think of when you hear the word “word”?

What did Yeshua say His job was on earth?

Who has seen the Father?

What happened on the last day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread?

Why didn’t the disciples recognize Yeshua when He first showed Himself after the resurrection?

What transpires within us when we take in God’s sincerity and truth?

Is the Father sincere?

What is He sincere about?

What does the word “father” mean?

According to John 1, where was Yeshua at Creation?

What do we lose in the process of sanctification?

Whose feet do we sit at?

Given the focus on the Father in the Gospels, what is the meaning of the messianic prophecy in Isa. 9:6 of a child being called “Everlasting Father”?

Speaker: Richard Agee


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