“And remember! I will be with you always, yes, even until the end of the age.” ~ Matthew 28:20, CJB
Passover is winding down, but let’s not wind down with it. We spent all of last week and leading into it, speaking of the plagues and Gods protection over his people. During the Seder, many added COVID-19 to the list of plagues and put red ribbons or scarves over their doors to symbolize Gods passing over his people. On Bikkurim, which is the third day of Passover, we celebrated the risen Messiah. Our focus was exactly where it needs to be; not on the circumstances or all the negativity, but on Yeshua. This is also true for non-Messianic Jewish who celebrated Easter, the focus was on Yeshua.
After he rose, he went to his disciples, gave his instruction to continue his work, and gave the promise to always be with them. They went through many trials and met some horrible ends, but they continued to spread the good news. As Passover winds down, let us not wind down with it. Let’s not fall into the trap of the negativity and despair around us. Let’s continue to spread his love and good news, and hold onto his promise that he will always be with us. Through every hurt, every heartache, every disease, every death, he is with us. We can’t understand why things happen the way they do, but we need to continue to remember and to keep our focus on him. Yeshua isn’t someone to remember during the holidays, he is to be remembered always. Without him, we have nothing. HE IS RISEN! AMEN!
Be a Blessing and Be Blessed!
Monday Morning Inspirational
By Rebbitzen Kat
19th of Nisan, 5780 (Pesach V) | April 13, 2020
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