WHY CHRISTIANS SHOULD CELEBRATE PASSOVER INSTEAD OF EASTER
Below are some links on why Christian should celebrate Passover instead of Easter.
Read the first link if nothing else.
Why Celebrate Passover? (Instead of Easter)
Should Christians Celebrate Passover Or Easter?
The Science of Judgment Part 7
Should Christians Celebrate Easter?
Why celebrate Passover instead of Easter?
Easter: Christians Celebrating Abomination
The enemy of "best" is "good". Some people rationalizes it is okay to recognize Easter because we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.
We should be celebrating the resurrection of Jesus every day - no need to pick a pagan holiday for the celebration.
Celebrating Passover (Jewish Passover, not Maundy Thursday) is best. Passover is a special time of worship.
You are accountable before God on whether you celebrate Easter or Passover. See my article,
Celebrate Passover or Easter? - You are accountable
Easter is 100% pagan and has nothing to do with Jesus' passion, crucifixion, and resurrection. If you still falsely believe Jesus rose from the dead on Easter, I strongly exhort you to solve the
Dan 7:25b OOYLT
... it hopeth to change seasons and law; and they are given into its hand, till a time, and times, and a division of a time.
The ancient Roman Catholic church did much damage in altering the law (bible) and times (holidays). They may had even pulled a chapter or two from the bible. See the essay,
Was Acts 29 Part of the Original Bible?
Roman Calendar has Passover 2019 as Saturday April 20. But Jewish days start the evening before. Thus
Passover 2019 starts on Friday evening April 19. The first Passover Seder dinner is Friday after nightfall.
You will be more blessed to eat a Passover Seder dinner than to attend a Good Friday service. Many
people often eat a Passover Seder on the second night as well. Passover celebration lasts 8 days until
Saturday evening April 27 (although some Jews celebrate Passover 7, instead of 8, days).
I exhort you to attend a Passover dinner. Passover is a time of worship and its celebration has much
prophetic significance. I know you will be blessed.
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