Doing Your Own Seder

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    • #71012
      Watching&Waiting
      Keymaster

      Last year for Passover, my family did a Seder at home.  It is a Christ-centered Seder and it was such an amazing blessing!  This year, I have 30 people coming to my house to do a Seder, and I’m so excited.

      So I wanted to pass along the ceremony to any of you who may want to start a new tradition and do a Seder in your home.  I promise, you will be blessed!

      Like the First Passover

      (There are two links at the bottom of this page: one for the items you will need and one for  the Passover service.)

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    • #71015
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      How come I wasn’t invited? ;) :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr:

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    • #71018
      Geri9
      Participant

      Wow, that is so cool to re-enact the entire Seder meal and read the story of the Exodus!

      I never had lamb. Does it taste anything like chicken, pork or beef? If so, I will be on the look out for a very small package.

      During Passover and Easter … I get out the 10 Commandments DVD (the old classic one with Charlton Heston starring in it) and I have a box of Matzos crackers handy. But I cheat a little … I got to spread butter and sometimes add Raspberry Peach Champagne Jam on top. :whistle: I don’t drink wine so its sparkling grape juice. I know its pitiful but that is the closest I get in doing a Seder.

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    • #71022
      Lee Giblin
      Participant

      Once upon a time back in the late 1970s, we were in a church that did a Seder meal.  There were about 100 people every year.

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    • #71023
      MyWhiteStone
      Participant

      Jews for Jesus invites us to pre-register for one of their live streamed “Christ in the Passover” outreach and teaching events.  Register at https://jewsforjesus.org/christ-in-the-passover-livestream-experience

       

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    • #71025
      tenderreed
      Participant

      I don’t drink wine either!  Lamb is good, but an acquired taste.  A cross between beef and pork, yet unique!

      TR

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    • #71027
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      I have friends who are Messianic Jews and they do the Seder meal each year. I was blessed to participate a few years back and it was very interesting because they explained everything they did. There is just nothing like an on fire for Jesus Messianic Jew!

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    • #71029
      tenderreed
      Participant

      True that Johanan!

      Being Jewish and under the law, Jews are sticklers for details and aherehence!

      The church born of grace and led by the Spirit are’nt as much!

      TR

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    • #71037
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      And that, TR, is the very reason it’s a good thing I am a Christian. I could never measure up as a Jew. If it weren’t for the Book of Grace (Romans) I would be so totally toast!

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    • #71119
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Thank God, He’s not into crispy christians!

      TR

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    • #71132
      Watching&Waiting
      Keymaster

      We serve lamb, Israeli salad (cucumber, tomato, parsley, onion) matzo ball soup, asparagus (it’s the ultimate spring vegetable), and flourless chocolate cake for dessert.  Lamb is richer than pork or beef in my opinion and can be gamey at times.  So be sure to get a good cut of lamb.  I season it with rosemary and garlic and it’s to die for.  Eating it with mint jelly was something that my husband liked but I thought it was gross…..until I tried it.  It’s actually really good!

      But the food isn’t the best thing about the Seder.  It’s seeing Jesus in the Passover, that it was truly all about Him to begin with!  It is truly a blessing to see.

      PS.  And yes, Johanan, you are invited!  LOL  :mdrmdr:

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