HB003B Hag Matzah 7th day 2011 “The old life has past” from Beth Goyim on Vimeo.

Exo 12:16 On the first and seventh days, you are to have an assembly set aside for God. On these days no work is to be done, except what each must do to prepare his food; you may do only that.
Exo 12:17 You are to observe the festival of matzah, for on this very day I brought your divisions out of the land of Egypt. Therefore, you are to observe this day from generation to generation by a perpetual regulation.

This holiday marks the final conclusion of the Egyptian bondage. As long as their Egyptian taskmasters were alive, the Jews could not rid themselves of the fear that perhaps one day the Egyptian army would overpower them and force them back into slavery. Only after the Egyptians were totally annihilated were the Jews truly a free nation – in spirit as well as in body. While at the Sea, the Jews witnessed an awesome Divine revelation. In fact, even the little children were actually able to point with their fingers and exclaim, “This is my Adonai and I will glorify Him!” To not remember this day is a sin. A sin because Adonai commanded it and to not do what He said is a sin. Hag Matzah is the end of the “Season of our Redemption.”.
Why would we have to celebrate two days as a holy convocation for Hag Matzah (feast of Matzah)? What would be the purpose for that? If this is supposed to be celebrated by all of Adonai’s people then why is only a small amount doing it? Why has satan so blinded the Jewish believers and the Church? See how this day is the marking of the time to leave the old life behind.


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