Posts Tagged ‘Passover’
By Israel Today Staff.. Around the world Jews, and not a few Christians, are preparing to celebrate the biblical festival of Pessach (Passover), the chief of the appointed times given by God to the nation of Israel.
Israel Today went out on the streets of Jerusalem to ask local residents what it means to them to be once again celebrating Passover as a free and sovereign nation restored to its biblical homeland. (more…)
By Israel Today Staff.. An estimated 30 million locusts are currently plaguing southern Cairo, as Egyptian official struggle to find a way to dispose of a swarm the size of which they could not have predicted.
Locusts swarm Egypt every year, but typically in manageable numbers. The size of this year’s swarm came as a complete surprise, and is reportedly causing enormous damage. (more…)
This week, the Jewish people celebrate the feast of Pesach (Passover). The week-long festival started Monday evening (March 29) with the traditional Seider meal, which commemorates the exodus from Egypt. It is this festive meal that Jesus held with His disciples on the last evening before His trial and crucifixion. In this Bible study, Lance Lambert considers the meaning of this ‘Last Supper’ against the background of the Seider. (more…)