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Last Day of Unleavened Bread: Baptism of Israel in the cloud, sea, Messiah

Ancient Israel passed through the Red Sea on the seventh day of the Chag Matzot (Feast of Unleavened Bread), described as “the salvation of the Lord.” Apostle Paul equated that salvation from the ensnaring error of Egypt via cloud and sea with the Salvation from ensnaring sin via the death and resurrection of Messiah Yeshua (Jesus).

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1st Corinthians 10-11 — Rethinking the Passover celebration

The Apostle Paul said, “I would not have you be ignorant.” From time to time, it is good for us to re-examine passages we have read before. It is also good for us to re-examine our habits and traditions in light of our growing understanding of Scriptures.
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