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...special customs at Passover. Hereโs how to pull off asking them like a pro. Practice reciting the 4 questions before the Passover meal, or Seder, with the person who will answer them at the dinner table. Following Jewish tradition, the questions should be...
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Special Pesach edition including special Pesach greetings ; A musical by Yariv Googleheimer of Peace Now and an interview with Kazabubu the Jewish Cannibal of the Lost Tribes
SUBSCRIBE, FAV, COMMENT, RATE! Transcript: abrahamsfaith.blogspot.com When one takes into account that the lamb was one of the dieties revered by the Egyptians, it then becomes apparent why sacrificing the lamb on Passover and smearing its blood on the doorposts was such a great testimony of Gd's Singularity and that one must worship Him alone. The Israelites were slaughtering the lamb, an Egyptian god, before the very eyes of the Egyptians who were already furious at these rebellious slaves. Is there a greater expression of total reliance and surrender to Gd, and rebellion against wicked oppressors, than what is expressed in the message of Passovor?
Israel's Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon explains the significance of Pesach (Passover) for the Jewish People and the Jewish State. It is a time to remember the connection between history, memory and nationhood. The connection between freedom, liberation and reestablishing our state is no more succinct than at this time of the year when in the days after Pesach, we will celebrate Yom HaAtzmaut Israels Independence Day Wherever we are, we conclude our Seder and Haggadah with the words Next year in Jerusalem. This is a call of unity with Israel and the Jewish people.
Ahead of the Jewish Passover holiday observance. Members of the city's synagogues, Jewish community cultural centers, civic leaders and NYPD personnel Gathered in the Continental Hall in Williamsburg for a security report and threat assessment meeting covering the security of places of worship,It was led by Executive Director and President of the United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg (UJO) Rabbi Moshe Dovid Niederman
Passover Pesach Song by Samson Kemelmakher from CD "Anthology of Jewish Song" Download at: www.myzeidimusic.com
Passover Greetings from Rabbi Marvin Hier, Dean and Founder, Simon Wiesenthal Center
www.maozisrael.org Is it true that Yeshua(Jesus) celebrated Passover? Is it true that He was actually crucified on Passover? Is it true that His last supper was a Passover meal? Yes, yes and yes. The story of Yeshua and the story of Passover are inextricably connected. The Bible teaches that Yeshua is indeed the Passover lamb or sacrifice for all mankind. In this video, see how Israel is celebrating the holiday of Passover in 2010 and how believers in Yeshua are celebrating Passover in their hearts, every day! http
Purim, Purim, Purim lano Pesah, Pesah ala mano Laz masas'si stan faziento Loz japrakis si stan koziendo Aman aman... Il Dio bendico muz da mazal. Purim, Purim, Purim lano Pesah, Pesah ala mano La nona sta diziendo aloz njetos Alipja il puelvo, kantoniz i loz tecos Aman, aman... Il Dio bendico muz da mazal. Purim, Purim, Purim lano Pesah, Pesah ala mano Il Singjor Rubi diso a laz tijas No kumer il pan oco dijas Aman, aman... Il dio bendio muz da mazal. Now that "Purim" (the Feast of Esther, holiday of gift-giving) is over, it is time to prepare for "Passover" (the holiday commermorating the Exodus from Egypt). The "Matzohs" are being baked, the stuffed leaves prepared. Grandmother leads her troops against every crumb, every drop of dust, even the ceilings are not safe. And then comes the Rabbi to inspect our efforts, and to remind old aunts not to eat bread for eight days. Purim is over and Passover approaches. May Almighty God give us good fortune.
Jimmy DeYoung speaks with settler spokesman, Rabbi Yoel Keren, about his plans for a second Jewish state in the Middle East, and the role that the revived Sanhedrin will play in that coming country. He also talks about the plans for a Passover sacrifice on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Dr. DeYoung then discusses the prophetic scenario surrounding these events, and what the prophet Ezekiel had to say about two Jewish states in the Middle East in the Last Days. For more information about this, or how other current events are setting the stage for Bible prophecy to soon be fulfilled, check out our website: www.prophecytoday.com To order the in-depth 7-hour CD study series mentioned in the broadcast, "Ezekiel: Retribution or Restoration" or other study helps, check out our online store: www.prophecybookstore.com
Christian Passover and its links to the Jewish Passover. Satan and one of his hidden secrets. Part of Mystery Babylon revealed.
israelnjudaism.blogspot.com israelpalestine-speedy.blogspot.com Of all the Jewish holidays, Pesach is the one most commonly observed, even by otherwise non-observant Jews. According to the 1990 National Jewish Population Survey (NJPS), more than 80% of Jews have attended a Pesach seder. Pesach begins on the 15th day of the Jewish month of Nissan. It is the first of the three major festivals with both historical and agricultural significance (the other two are Shavu'ot and Sukkot). Agriculturally, it represents the beginning of the harvest season in Israel, but little attention is paid to this aspect of the holiday. The primary observances of Pesach are related to the Exodus from Egypt after generations of slavery. This story is told in Exodus, Ch. 1-15. Many of the Pesach observances are instituted in Chs. 12-15.
Rocky The Rabbi performs his techno music version of the traditional Jewish Passover song Ma Nishtana from his "Kosher For Passover" album. Ma Nishtana (Hebrew: ืื ื ืฉืชื ืโ) are the four questions sung during the Passover seder. Called "ma nishtanah" in Hebrew, meaning "What has changed?", is taken from the first line of the song. In English, it is referred to as "The Four Questions." Traditionally, the Four Questions are asked by the youngest child at the table who is able. The questions are included in the haggadah as part of the Maggid (ืืืื) section. www.rockytherabbi.com
The next in a weekly series of 10 minute topics teaching about various topics within Judaism. This week's topic is: Pesach Seder. On the first night of Pesach (first two nights for Jews outside Israel), a Seder is held. A haggadah (which literally means telling) is the book used to conduct the Seder. Even though there is a standard to the order of the Seder, there are various haggadot and individualized celebratory events that occur during the Seder.
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Here are some excerpts from the Ultimate Jew's Ultimate Seder. For those who think Jackie isn't really Jewish, this should set the record strait. For the gentiles out there, I hope you find this interesting. For the Jews out there, I'm sure you'll tell me what I did wrong or why I didn't do this or that. Remember this is only the highlights from the Seder, not the "Whole Megillah", or rather the whole Haggadah.
Journey to Jerusalem and learn of Pesach (Passover), and Christ's Crucifixion. Gordon Robertson, CEO of CBN, narrates; video was done by CBN News.
Jay Gilbert, of Uncle Jay Explains the News, explains Passover in approximately 3 minutes. It's LOL funny - and educational! For more information about Judaism like this - visit our online congregation - www.OurJewishCommunity.org.
At the "Yehuda Matzos" bakery in Jerusalem, 200 workers are working three shifts as they rush to churn out an estimated 3000 tons of matzos, or flat, unleavened bread, before Passover, April 4. Passover is a seven-day Jewish festival commemorating the exodus from Egypt and the liberation of the ancient Israelites from slavery. According to the Old Testament, when Pharaoh freed the Israelites, they left in such a hurry that they could not wait for their bread to rise. In commemoration, for the duration of Passover, no leavened bread is eaten. This family bakery was established more than 90 years ago in the ancient Jewish city of Safed. At this automated Jerusalem facility, flour is stored in three 30-meter-high silos, each with a capacity of 200 tons. Owner Dovid Ludmir stresses that his matzos consists of only two ingredients: flour and water. Holding true to the prohibition to produce leavened bread, the bakery ceases all production every 18 minutes, so as to prevent any dough from rising. Workers hose down all bins and vats and use pressurized air-dusters to ensure that no dough particles will accumulate. The rigid process is both meticulous and all-encompassing. Yehuda Matzos begins its Passover baking season some five months before the festival. According to Mr. Ludmir, it ships to scores of countries outside of Israel. Video shot by Mordechai Twersky.
...working within these special rules have come up with an endless variety of creative Passover desserts. Jayne Cohen, author of "Jewish Holiday Cooking," makes macaroons from toasted pistachios and flavors them with candied ginger, as well as an Italian-inspired...
Minneapolis Star Tribune
...organization has persuaded the Barnes & Noble bookstore chain to reclassify a Passover guide as Christian rather than Jewish. Passover Family Pack: Everything You Need To Enjoy a Passover Seder Dinner includes a plate for the Seder the traditional Passover...
...Shadyside Giant Eagle Market District yesterday afternoon, guiding Jewish shoppers to an area where they could get all of their Passover questions answered, pick up recipes and a free box of matzo. Volunteers in "Got matzah?" T-shirts handed children bags...
JewishHistory.org The Passover Story. The great holiday of Passover is one of the central days in the Jewish Calendar. The Jewish people came down to Egypt through Joseph. Joseph was at one point the viceroy of Egypt, but after he died, the Jewish people sink into slavery. This slavery was very harsh- both physically and spiritually, yet somehow there is a core of the Jewish people that survives and remains loyal to the ideas of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Moses is the great redeemer, who was himself raised in the Egyptian court through the Princess having adopted him. Through a series of events involving Gd miracles and plagues, Moses becomes the messenger of freedom- and the Jewish people leave Egypt. Not all the Jews make it out of Egypt. According to a Midrash, 80% of the Jewish people stayed and died in Egypt. Whatever the Exact numbers, there was still a massive exodus- and the Jewish people (along with some others who left Egypt with them) were freed and begin their wandering in the Desert. Freedom must have a purpose, and the purpose of the Jewish people was to spread the concept of Gd, morality, charity, Monotheism, and goodness throughout the world. In the Sinai Desert, the Jewish people receive the Torah and become a nation- the beginning of a long journey of spreading light throughout the world. The Passover holiday is re-enacted every year and tells us the value of freedom, purpose, faith, and family. At Rabbi Wein's Passover table- there was sometimes a span ...
...Center, 96 Green Ave., Woodbury. Seder designed to familiarize non-Jews with the symbols, customs and traditions of the Jewish Passover service and meal. Only advance registration accepted by calling (856) 751-9500, ext. 117, or by registering online at www.jewishsouthjersey.org. Passover...
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The Passover meal of Jewish tradition celebrates the Hebrew escape from captivity in Egypt. Celebrate Passover in traditional fashion with tips in this free video on Jewish traditions. Expert: Russ Handler Contact: www.rhconsumernetwork.com Bio: Russ Handler owns an online travel agency. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
During the Jewish Passover, four cups of wine are used. There are four Alleluia's mentioned in the book of Revelation that parallel those four cups.
www.12tribefilms.org/mosesrap www.bibleraps.com Rap By: Matt Bar Beat and Music Production: James "Jamo"mims and Ori Salzberg In Partnership with: 12Tribe Films Foundation Film By: Giving Tree Productions www.givingtreeproductions.com ***** MOSES: THE DAYS OF 10 PLAGUES Chorus: Moses at the red sea, like "who's gonna follow me?" Phoarah's in the tide, we gonna ride, to our destiny, In back of me, so sad to see, them bodies in the red sea chariots get buried, bb-buried in the red sea Pharaoh sat and laughed when a staff became a snake, too long we've been your slaves, just let us go and pray, said "don't make this mistake," no pardon his heart was hardened, so started what we regard as: the days of 10 plagues... one: blood in the river gonna shiver, gonna freak out lips take a sip now there's blood in your mouth Two: frogs in your house on your beds on your plate don't matter what's for dinner better like frog legs Three: knats buzz buzz watch the dust turn to bugs itch itch hard to think with all the lice in your mugs Four: beasts roam your streets when you step outside there's a tiger on your tail nowhere to hide Five: death of your livestock, flesh dries up bb-bodies in your barn pharoah when you gonna wise up? CHORUS Six: boils on your flesh no less than torture careful of the ash in the air it'll scorch ya Seven: hail rains down beats your brains down like a message from the heavens better lay our chains down Eight: locusts from the coast you can hear their wing click ...
With so much nonsense going around about the Lord's Supper (or Eucharist) I found this video clip of a re-enactment of the "Last Supper" (a 1st century Jewish Passover Seder with Yeshua and his disciples) to be refreshing and enlightening.