Special Readings for Last Days of Passover & Unleavened Bread Pastor Art Palecek & Pastor Mark Biltz Deut. 14:22-16:16 Num 28:26-31 Isaiah 10:32-12:6 Eight days following his birth on the 15th of Nissan ,Isaac was circumcised; becoming the very first child to enter the covenant with God on the eighth day following his birth. These readings for the Eighth Day of Pesach is when the last day of Passover falls on a Sabbath.. This Torah portion includes the “reminder that the firstborn of one’s herd belongs to God.” This is connected to the events of Pesach when the firstborn of the Israelites were spared. The reading from the Prophets for the Eighth Day in from Isaiah. The portion alludes to the defeat of the Assyrians in 701 B.C.E., which was supposed to have occurred on Pesach Just as Pesach celebrates the first redemption of the Jews, Isaiah summons up a vision of the final redemption for all mankind. From the second night of Passover until the day before the holiday of Shavuot, the Jewish people engage in an unique mitzvah called sefirat ha'omer (counting of the omer) For complete notes, audio and video downloads see: elshaddaiministries.us/audio/torah5772/20120414.html

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