(By Kelly Mcdonald Jr) “When the hour had come, He and the twelve apostles with Him sat down. And He said to them, ‘I have earnestly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer. For I tell you, I will never eat it again until it is fulfilled in the kingdom of God'” (Luke 22:14-16).
The special Passover season is upon us! When you talk to most Christians about the Feast of Passover, there is a tendency to think that it is a ‘fulfilled’ festival. Why do many say this?
Passover was instituted in Exodus 12 when the Israelites were instructed to kill a lamb and put the blood on the sides and top of the doorposts of their homes. They were then to eat a meal with lamb, bitter herbs and unleavened bread. They were asked to do this so that the death angel would pass over their homes as it came through the land of Egypt. Once they obeyed these instructions, they were free to leave Egypt. We know from the Bible that they obeyed and left Egypt in haste. READ MORE