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Passover Celebration - The Reassurance of God's Presence

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Passover is our reassurance from God that he is there to provide us redemption anytime we will need Him. Our part is only to invoke Him with pure faith. He will move mountains if want be, for His children's sake. Lets possess a look in the history of Passover, exactly where God showers his miracles to save his kids, and then take a look in the present celebrations of Passover, after which delve deep into the true meaning of it. Get extra information and facts about passoverlistings


The history of Passover is 3000 years old. The Israelites were held captive by the Egyptian Pharaoh, Ramses II. The Pharaoh enslaved them. It was Moses, a basic shepherd who heard God's command of redeeming them from their slavery. God showed him, that he was the one who would lead the Jews towards the Promised Land. Moses, interestingly was born of Israelite parents, but was raised up in the Egyptian royal palace by an Egyptian Princess who could not bear a child. But, his life took a diverse turn, and God spoke to him about his wonderful duty of leading the slaves to a bright future, exactly where they would not have to be slaves of males, but would be followers of your true God. Even though, Moses was rich(becoming a prince before), but he became poor. He forsook all his riches for the Israelites and plead the Pharaoh to free them.

The proud Pharaoh would not agree to free them and God had to intervene. He send ten plagues in Egypt as a punishment that devastated the land totally. The plagues were as follows:

1.Blood , as an alternative to water


3.Lice (vermin)


5.Blight (Cattle Disease)





10.Slaying in the Very first Born

It was the Last plague where God warned that he would slain all of the first born youngsters of Egypt. Moses could hear the Lord's voice at every moment. This time God commanded the Israelites as below:

4 days before the Exodus(exit from Egypt), the Israelites had been commanded by the Lord to set aside a lamb or kid. Through the 14th day, they had been to sacrifice the lamb and smear its blood to mark their door . Up until midnight around the 15th day, they were to consume the lamb. Each and every family (or group of families) gathered with each other to consume a meal that incorporated the meat from the Korban Pesach though the Tenth Plague ravaged Egypt. Whereas, the Israelites had been protected inside their homes, Egyptian mothers cried for their very first born kids. This plague even killed the Pharaoh's son's. The Pharaoh had no choice but to worry the God with the Israelites, and he let them free, ultimately.

Celebrations Currently

Passover is celebrated largely by the Jews over the world. In Israel, Passover is usually a seven day festival. Muslims also observe a quickly commemorating the Egyptian liberation of Israelites, they contact it Ashura. Even the Eastern Orthodox Christian Church observes Passover based on the Jewish calendar. To not forget that these 3 religions have a prevalent origin and all of them regard Moses as one of your few God-send prophets.

The True Meaning of Passover

Isaiah. 31:5: "As birds hovering, so will the Lord of hosts defend Jerusalem; He will deliver it as He protecteth it, He will rescue it as He passeth over"

With time history fades off, Moses no longer exists among us physically. 3000 years later, presently, Passover reassures that God delivers his disciples , protects them , rescues them from all plagues and passes more than all dangers of life. With the boost in violence, terrorist acts, abductions, rape and basic lack of love among human beings, man can only have faith and look up to the Divine Power. Inside a dark world like ours, only a divine intervention (significantly like Moses' time) can pave the technique to enlightenment. On this Passover, whether or not a Jew or not, lets all commemorate the Lord's power, and recall all those moments, on this Passover, when He saved us from grave dangers.

"Keep on believing, God answers prayer!

Keep on believing, He's nonetheless up there!"

He has by no means failed in one of His great promises!