Hey, it’s Mayim, and it’s time to learn about the joyous festival of Passover! Passover is 8 days of good times involving a LOT of preparation, a LOT of cooking, a LOT of matzoh, and a LOT of wine and grape juice. Check out my video to learn all about the Festival of Freedom, and share with me your favorite Passover memories! Chag Pesach Kasher v'Sameach!
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Should Christians celebrate Passover? | UNLEARN
If Yeshua is our Passover, are we still expected to celebrate the Passover or has it been done away with? Listen to what Paul had to say about it. "...For also Messiah our Pesach was slaughtered for us. So then let us celebrate the festival, not with old leaven, nor with the leaven of evil and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth." - 1 Corinthians 5:7-8 Now, consider also that at the last Passover that Yeshua ate with His disciples, His instructions were to do it in remembrance of Him. "And He sent Kepha and Yoh?anan, saying, “Go and prepare the Pesach for us to eat.” And they said to Him, “Where do You wish us to prepare?” And He said to them, “See, as you enter into the city, a man shall meet you carrying a jar of water. Follow him into the house he enters. And you shall say to the master of the house, ‘The Teacher says to you, Where is the guest room where I might eat the Pesach with My taught ones?”’ And he shall show you a large, furnished upper room. Prepare it there. And going they found it as He had said to them, and they prepared the Pesach. And when the hour had come, He sat down, and the twelve emissaries with Him. And He said to them, “With desire I have desired to eat this Pesach with you before My suffering, for I say to you, I shall certainly not eat of it again until it is filled in the reign of Elohim.” And taking the cup, giving thanks, He said, “Take this and divide it among yourselves, for I say to you, I shall certainly not drink of the fruit of the vine until the reign of Elohim comes.” And taking bread, giving thanks, He broke it and gave it to them, saying, “This is My body which is given for you, do this in remembrance of Me.” Likewise the cup also, after supper, saying, “This cup is the renewed covenant in My blood which is shed for you." - Luke 22:8-20 Passover is a memorial, and a memorial is an annual event. Passover commemorates our salvation from bondage. It's a reminder of the salvation of Is
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How to Host a Passover Seder
A seder is a ceremonial dinner service usually observed on the first or first and second nights of the Jewish holiday Passover. It's also a joyful occasion to gather with friends and family! Step 1: Place matzos and seder plate on table Wrap three whole matzos in a cloth, and place them on the table, along with the seder plate. Step 2: Place filled wine glass and Haggadah Set down a filled wine glass at each adult’s place setting. Also give each person a Haggadah, which contains the Exodus story and the guidelines for the ritual meal. Step 3: Elder leads seder When all the guests have arrived, a designated person, usually an elder or one of the hosts, leads the seder. Tip While it is customary to complete all the steps of the seder, feel free to spend more or less time on the steps you find most or least interesting. Step 4: Recite the Kiddush blessing Recite the Kiddush blessing over the wine. In some families, everyone holds their own cup for the blessing. In others, the Kiddush is said over one large cup, which is then distributed into individual glasses. Step 5: Drink the first cup of wine Drink the first cup of wine. Attendees drink four cups of wine each throughout the seder to symbolize the four redemption promises found in Exodus: God tells the Jews he will take them out of Egypt, deliver them from bondage, redeem them with an outstretched arm, and acquire them to be God’s chosen people. Tip For children or those who prefer not to drink wine, you may substitute grape juice or another beverage. Step 6: Wash your hands Wash your hands, either away from the table or using a pitcher and bowl passed around the table. Step 7: Dip the karpas Dip the karpas, or green vegetable, symbolizing rebirth, into the salt water, representing the tears of slavery. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Celery or parsley is often used. Step 8: Leader breaks the middle matzoh in two The leader breaks the middle matzo in two and places
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Historic Practice Passover Offering
A FILM OF THE PRACTICE PASSOVER OFFERING THE TEMPLE INSTITUTE CONDUCTS UNPRECEDENTED PASSOVER OFFERING PRACTICE DRILL As reported earlier, in preparation for the upcoming festival of Passover, this past Wednesday (5 Nisan - 25 March) the 'Priestly Training Academy' established by the Temple Institute held a Passover offering practice drill. This is a film that documents this event. This was the most accurate and authentic reenactment of this service to have taken place in nearly 2,000 years.
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Israelis prepare dishes to celebrate the Jewish passover
Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel have been preparing for the spring festival of Passover by burning leavened foods and washing kitchen pots and utensils. During Passover, leavened breads and most grains are prohibited. The tradition is intended to recall the flight of the Jews from Egypt after they were freed from slavery in Pharaonic Egypt. As the story goes, they had no time to let their bread rise before baking it. Matza, unleavened cracker-like bread, is traditionally eaten during the Jewish Passover celebrations instead of bread. It is also considered the bread of the poor, meant to remind Jews of their ancestors' hardships. In Jerusalem, the Ultra orthodox jews gather fresh water from a local well, from which they make later the Matzas. At a factory in Kfar Habad, a Hasidic village near Tel Aviv, all hands have been on deck to make the Matza that will be eaten during the celebrations. Rabbi Menachem Glukovsky, of the Hassidic Kfar Habad, explained the deep meaning of the Matza for the Jewish people. "It's called the food of faith, just like our forefathers, when they left Egypt into the desert with a lot of faith, they trusted God, they went with these Matzas and we relive it every year when we celebrate the holiday of Passover, and we sit at our Passover table eating the Matza," he added. In Jerusalem and all around Israel, people also had their kitchen utensils and religious objects cleaned in boiling water, as part of the Passover tradition. On Sunday evening , men of all ages will start bonfires of leavened foods and pray shortly before the start of the holiday, which will begin on Monday night with a special festive meal known as the seder. Passover marks the Hebrews' exodus from slavery in Egypt as recounted in the Bible.
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Christ in the Passover
Christ in the Passover shows the link between the ancient Festival of Redemption and Christ as the Lamb of God—your church members will never forget it! This sermonic demonstration is visual, so the congregation will actually see a table set with traditional Passover items. The missionary uses Scripture as well as the visual items to walk through a Jewish Passover seder, weaving the story of the Exodus together with the life, death and resurrection of Christ. The words He spoke in the upper room come alive as each Hebraic item is carefully explained. Many churches finish this powerful presentation by celebrating communion, and most who have tell us that Christ in the Passover has deepened their church's communion experience.
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Should CHRISTIANS Keep the FEAST DAYS?
People have been asking me lately if Christians should keep the feast days from the Old Testament, like the Passover. Some claim this has been abolished by the cross and was part of the Old Covenant, and some claim that Christians are still obligated to observe the feast days. I clear all of that up in this video. Watch it to learn more!
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🍷 Christian Seder (Celebrate How?) What Christians don’t know about Passover Pt. 6
Am I doing this right? Just exactly how is a Christian supposed to celebrate the Peach / Passover when forgoing Easter? Am I going to need to sing in Hebrew or something? Episode 186 03292018 Christian Seder (Celebrate How?) What Christians don’t know about Passover Pt. 6 Judaism forgets THIS about Passover Part On this episode of #CrackYourBible, we’re talking about the freedom we have in the celebrating of the holiday Pesach in this 10 part series for Passover! The sixth mystery we must uncover is - are Christians required to celebrate in a Jewish way? What are Christians required to do when it comes to a seder? Let’s find out!
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Jonathan Cahn: May Christians Celebrate Passover (Pessach)? (Passover part 1 of 2)
Rabbi Jonathan Cahn reveals the mysteries of Passover and the Lord’s Supper). Jesus (Yeshuah) is the jewish Messiah. Look how he was the perfect sacrifice who had to be offered by the priests according to the Scripture. Look how every word in the Torah has a meaning and how Yeshuah fulfilled it as the Passover Lamb. The Lord’s Supper is part of Passover.
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Exodus #12: Christ, the Passover Lamb
To inherit eternal life, we must receive the Lord Jesus Christ as our personal Savior and experience the redemption that comes through His shed blood. Ex #12, Exodus 7, Exodus 8, Exodus 9, Exodus 10, Exodus 11, Exodus 12, Ex 7, Ex 8, Ex 9, Ex 10, Ex 11, Ex 12
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Last Words of Jesus
Hear Him speak, watch Him die, be changed forever. Take a front row seat at THE sentinel event in all of history. The crucifixion of Jesus Christ! Much has been written about the last words of notable figures in history....but What about the Last words of the MOST famous person to ever walk the face of the earth? And how could these words change Your life some 2000 years later? While hanging on the tree of death, Jesus Christ spoke seven words of Life. As blood flowed from His wounds, life flowed from His words! And What did the savior of the world say.... -About forgiveness? 'Father forgive them for they know not what they do' (A word of prayer) -Salvation for the least likely? 'Today shalt thou be with me in paradise' (A word of pardon) -Social justice from the cross? 'Woman behold thy son! Disciple behold thy mother!' (A word of paternity) - How to face the darkest depths of pain? 'My God, My God why hast thou forsaken me' (A word of pain) -Enduring The height of physical suffering? 'I thirst' (A Word of passion) -Experiencing the reality of ultimate fulfillment? 'It is finished!' (A word of perfection) -How to receive eternal life and truly 'rest in peace'? 'Father into thy hands I commend my spirit' (A word of peace) The one who was wounded Prayed 'father forgive', the one who was robbed gave pardon to the thief. He cared for the widow with a son and a pace to live. He was forsaken, so we could be with Him. The water of life cried ' I thirst' He said 'it is finished' for all to hear it, and then he cried 'into thy hands I commend my spirit' Seven words of life He cried, Seven words in his last breath, Seven words as Jesus died Seven words of life from the tree of death In Stu Epperson's new book 'Last words of Jesus' you'll read about what Jesus said as He died. Learn What He meant by these profound statements? and how it could change your life forever!
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What is the passover?
1498 B.C, before the disaster of killing every firstborn came upon Egypt. God commanded to 'Keep the Passover. God promised the blood of the Passover lamb as a sign to escape disaster. Therefore, the name of the feast is the 'Passover' which means disasters pass over. According to God's promise, all people who kept the Passover were saved from the disaster of death. But, those who did not keep the Passover were punished by the disaster of death(Exodus 12:1-13). In the New Testament, Jesus established the Passover of the New covenant through bread and wine(Luke 22:19-20). Therefore, in this age, we can escape disasters when we keep the Passover of the New covenant according to the teaching of Jesus. It is only the World Mission Society Church of God which keeps the Passover of the New covenant according to the teachings of Jesus.
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Jesus Christ, the Passover Lamb
The events of the last week of the life of the Savior, Jesus Christ are the most significant in all of history. These eight days, from Palm Sunday to Resurrection Sunday change everything. They give us hope. They show us that sin and death will never prevail. These eight days begin with Jesus coming to the beautiful city of Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover festivals. As we better understand Passover and the spring Jewish Feasts, we can gain powerful insights into Holy Week, the atonement, and the ultimate triumph over all things by Christ, our Passover Lamb.
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Kids Try Passover Seder | Kids Try | HiHo Kids
We’re making a Kids Try Cookbook! Sign up for updates at: http://kidstry.co Sponsor this series: http://www.cut.com/sponsorship Come play with us! Sign up at http://bitly.com/hihofans to get updates on HiHo, special offers, and exclusive behind-the-scenes content with your favorite kids.
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Timeline Explaining 3 Days & Nights - Easter / Passover
Do you want to plot the 3 Days and 3 Nights of Jesus’ burial on a timeline? Do you want to prove the three full days from scripture? It is actually possible to link the scriptures together and plot them on a timeline, proving the three full days and three full nights Jesus was in the grave. Select "Share" above to share this video. Tomorrow’s World gives Biblical insights to the headlines and what’s happening in our world. TW explains the Bible from a perspective reflecting the Original Christianity of the Bible.
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Full Messianic Passover (Pessach) Celebration with Rabbi Jonathan Cahn - (Passover part 2 of 2)
First unabridged video of Rabbi Jonathan Cahn leading through the whole messianic Passover celebration at the Jim Bakker Show. This is a unique revelation of the oldest biblical feast which is all about the Messiah Yeshuah (Jesus) and his redemption of Israel and all of us. You learn everything about the mysteries of Passover including the four cups, the three matzahs, the afikomen, the zeroah, the dipping, and much more. Watch also the introduction (part 1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GkaZh2kEP4 These video sections were published at Jim Bakker's on March 28, 29 and April 1, 2013.
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"Easter, Passover and the Case for Christ"
In this episode of TWnow, Wyatt Ciesielka, Gerald Weston, and Wallace Smith discuss the history of Easter. Is Easter really Christian? Why do so many people who profess Jesus Christ as the Messiah observe Easter Sunday when Christ and His Apostles observed the Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread. They also comment on the new film, "The Case for Christ", based on the life of Lee Strobel.
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Passover Question & Answer
Join us as we discuss comments, questions and verses submitted on the Passover. What is the Passover? Does it apply to believers today? Was the Last Supper a Passover Meal? Can we "fully keep" the Passover today? When did believers start celebrating Easter instead of Passover? We take a look at all of these questions and more in our latest study.
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Passover 2020 in Isolation
Hey, it's Mayim, and it's almost Passover! I've posted several videos on this channel about Passover and what it means, but this year it's going to look a little different. Today I'm talking about how I'm (trying) to adjust and adapt to celebrating Passover amidst a global pandemic. How will your Passover look this year?
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This is Passover 2020/5780
Passover is appointed time to align with the Father’s heart. Your Abba Father—the One who has predestined you for adoption as a co-heir with Christ, has prepared a place for you at His table. Only those who decided to activate the invitation by pulling up a seat to the table experienced the overflow of their Master’s goodness. This is Passover. Many accept the invitation of joining the family of God, yet few only a few come to dine at His table. Perhaps if more understood the great inheritance that is available during this appointed time they would act. When you attend the Passover Seder, you are placing your feet beneath the Father’s table. You will experience the manifestation of His presence. You are positioned to receive a multitude of blessings. Understand the Blessings of Passover……Because There is Released Revelation for Every Believer in Understanding the Blessings of Passover The death of Jesus on the cross and His resurrection three days later form the foundation of the Christian faith. Without the blood that was shed for our sinful nature and the promise of everlasting life, a Believer’s faith has no merit. Have you ever asked… Is the Passover still relevant today? What is the Passover Seder, and how does it point to Jesus the Messiah? Do I need to understand the blessings of Passover? This act of Yeshua Hamashiach, Jesus the Messiah, is what bridges the gap for us to be able to enter into a covenant relationship with the Father. The problem facing many of us today is not understanding the significance of Jesus’ sacrifice as it relates to the Feast of Passover. As a result, we miss out on blessings and revelation that the Lord wants to release in our lives today. “Therefore, brethren, having boldness to enter the Holiest by the blood of Jesus, by a new and living way which He consecrated for us, through the veil, that is, His flesh, and having a High Priest over the house of God, let us draw near with a true heart in full
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Today our worlds are turned upside down by an unseen virus. But this is not the first time in human history when we have waited and struggled with fear. As we wait for COVID-19 to pass over, we remember those who waited through the first Passover and together found their liberation as a stronger community.
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Passover and the End Times
Many early church believers tried to erase Jewish culture from faith in Jesus, including the Passover. But Passover is critical in understanding not only our own salvation, but the state of the world in the end times. Join Rabbi Schneider for this special episode as he explains how Passover connects to the New Testament and the second coming of Christ Jesus.
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The Art of Virtual Gathering
How are we planning to celebrate Passover in the time of Coronavirus? Do you host a cozy seder at home? (No guests means less stress!) Or do you host a virtual seder for loved ones from across the country? Check out this webinar in which we discuss these questions and the art of gathering remotely. We share tips for feeling connected and inspired at your seder, whatever form it takes. And of course, use Haggadot.com for your personalized, online Haggadah!
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Pesach medley with DoReMi, פסח
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Messiah's Death and Resurrection
It's been a while. You will notice clipping in the first 1/3 of the video and that I passed over editing out a few hiccups. It looks like I am reading at first. I am not. I am just composing my thoughts without a script. But I got the whole thing done in one day, which is a record. Passover is coming up.
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Pessach Medley with Micha Gamerman
Brazilian singer Micha Gamerman is back with his second animated music video. He released the first this past Purim with a Purim Medley off his latest hit album Moadei Yisrael Im Micha Gamerman. In the four week’s since its release, the animated video garnered over 186,336 views on Youtube alone.
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The Adele / Bieber
Lyrics Pharaoh, it's me I was wondering if after all these years the Jews you'd free It’s all over Everything You see its time for us to leave ya I hope there’s no hard feelings Hello? I can’t hear you I think the river needs some cleanin’ It’s turning red And we’re thirsty What’s with all these frogs In my streets? Locusts flying I’ve got boils And this hail is so freaky There's not much difference Between us Except our million gods. Moses all our cattle’s died We must have scratched a thousand times I'll tell you I'm sorry for everything that I've done Just stop these plagues And don’t mention the firstborns Wish we could turn back time, to the good ol' days, When we ruled the Jews, our slaves, but now we're stressed out. Wish we could turn back time, to the good ol' days, Before met this dude, now our sheep are dead, we're stressed out. I ain’t playin pretend, no one’s gonna get away I hope you brought your swimming trunks Cuz you’ll need them for the day Gonna take your gold and silver, eat some matzah and be free, Then maybe we’ll eat lots of manna. Yo. No time for dough to rise, bread of freedom is its name Leave behind all of the ego and time now has no reign Fermentation is a process that only happens certain ways Tasting freedom, now live like a soul. Yo. My God He don't like you and He loves everyone And I think it's time for you to admit you’re wrong Now we all leave for Israel Cuz with God we cannot fail And now we know That He’s the one that’s in control Well I just can't believe we let them go Ohhhh maybe we can catch them at the sea Don't be afraid lets go and follow them, I told you, you should have listened to me Hello from the other side Free at last in the Sinai To go get the Torah, Jewish nation is born Have a Happy Passover. May you feel freedom down to your core.
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Six13 - A Lion King Passover
From the guys who brought you "Bohemian Chanukah": IT IS TIME... time for everyone's favorite unleavened holiday, and of course, the traditional Six13 music video to go along with it. Here's hoping this seder-y serenade from our pride of Jews helps to heighten your own Jewish pride. Please enjoy our most hakuna matata-ful production to date.
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Passover Song - Bread & Wine
Lyrics & Chords: G Let us break bread together - Fall down on our knees (D) And remember the One (D) -Who died for you and me (G) He said this is my body (C) - And this is my blood (G) And I give my life freely (D) - For the Bride that I love (G) Let us drink wine together (G) - Sing praise to His Name (D) Give thanks for the Lamb (D7) - The Lamb Who was slain (G) He said this is my body (C) And this is my blood (G) And I give my life freely (D) For the Bride that I love (G) bridge: He came to heal the broken (C) Set the captive free and (G) He said do this in (D) remembrance of Me (G) musical break We worship You - Abba Father for all you’ve done There is none like You- Thank you for sending Your son Let us worship together (G) In one accord (D) Sing songs of the Bridegroom ( D7) The One we adore (G) He said this is my body (C) And this is my blood (G) And I give my life freely (D) For the Bride that I love (G) He came to heal the broken (c) Set the captive free and (G) And He said do this in (D7) remembrance of Me. (G)
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Ma Nishtana - Passover Songs
LYRICS From the Haggadah of Passover Ma nishtanah halailah hazeh mikol haleilot? Sheb'khol haleilot anu okhlin hametz umatzah; halailah hazeh, kuloh matzah. Sheb'khol haleilot anu okhlin sh'ar y'rakot; halailah hazeh, maror. Sheb'khol haleilot ein anu matbilin afilu pa'am ehat; halailah hazeh, shtei f'amim. Sheb'khol haleilot anu okhlin bein yoshvin uvein m'subin; halailah hazeh, kulanu m'subin. Translation: Why is this night different from all other nights? On all other nights we eat leavened products and matzah, and on this night only matzah. On all other nights we eat all vegetables, and on this night only bitter herbs. On all other nights, we don't dip our food even once, and on this night we dip twice. On all other nights we eat sitting or reclining, and on this night we only recline.
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LYRICS From the Haggadah of Passover Avadim hayinu lepharo bemitzrayim, ata – benei chorin Translation: We were slaves to Pharaoh in Egypt – now we are free. Avadim Hayinu .Taken from the album “Passover Songs” 12 famous & traditional songs for Passover. Songs from the Haggadah, songs for the Passover Seder and Passover songs for kids. A great way to celebrate the pesach
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What were the seven last words of Jesus Christ on the cross...
The seven last words of Christ from the cross were powerful! Some know these as, the seven stations of the cross, or the seven statements from the Cross. However you refer to them, the sayings of Jesus on the cross are an excellent study. In this video Pastor Nelson with Bible Munch answers the question, “what were the seven last words of Jesus Christ on the cross and what do they mean.”
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Chiara String Quartet — Haydn’s “Seven Last Words of Christ”
The Chiara String Quartet performed Haydn’s masterpiece of spiritual music by candlelight on February 17, 2018 on Parlance Chamber Concerts at West Side Presbyterian Church in Ridgewood, NJ. Introduction: 0:30 Largo: Father, forgive them for they know not what they do 06:23 Grave e cantabile: Today you will be with me in Paradise 13:22 Grave: Woman, behold your son 22:30 Largo: My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? 32:48 Adagio: I thirst 42:02 Lento: It is finished 52:08 Largo: Into your hands I commit my spirit 59:51 Il Terremoto: The earth shook and the rocks split 1:07:13
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The Seven Last Words of Christ Jesus on The Cross
In time, every person will have their last words, indicating the kind of life we’ve lived. This Palm Sunday, Pastor Greg shares on the last words of Jesus from the cross. Even until death, Jesus’ heart was for the welfare of others. What will your last words be? Will they reflect the life you lived in Christ?
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Pod for Israel
Dr. Soref joins us for a special Podcast to discus his personal revelations into this passover season. Why did God require Israel to keep the lamb in their homes before the passover sacrifice? Discover amazing revelations in the traditional passover meal that point directly to Yeshua's death burial and resurrection. And did the commandment to offer the first fruits point to our Messiah's resurrection? We also wanted to share with our friends an easy to follow Family Passover guide. Download the PDF's in the links below and celebrate Passover with us!
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Gospel powerhouse Ntokozo Mbambo on her new album 'Moments in Time'
Our second music guest is an award winning gospel powerhouse who decided to give her fans an early Christmas present by releasing a surprise album for them. The album is titled Moments in Time and features some of the popular songs from her Joyous Celebration days as well as new music.
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Professor Lesiba Teffo reacts to the Mbeki land letter
The debate on land expropriation without compensation got even hotter this week. In a document leaked from the Mbeki foundation, Former President Thabo Mbeki weighed in on the land question. He says the ANC has abandoned its historical value of non-racialism by framing the debate in racial terms as black versus white. Mbeki says the land question is important but so is the national question which is to unite SA across race and class. He says the posture of some leaders mirrors the position of the EFF. ANC veteran, Pallo Jordan, and others have since hit back. Jordan has told radio station 702 the ANC is not approaching the land question the way the pamphlet suggests and has not said that white South Africans should be discriminated against.
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Ace Magashule reacts to Mbeki's land comments
ANC Secretary General Ace Magashule has urged all party members including former leaders to respect decisions of the elective congress. He was reacting to former President Thabo Mbeki's criticism of the ANC on land expropriation without compensation. Magashule was speaking at the handing over ceremony of a house to the late youth activist, Stompie Seipei's mother at Tumahole township outside Parys in the Free State.
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South Africa's ex-president Mbeki accuses ANC of 'racist' land reforms
*In South Africa, criticism of the ruling Africa National Congress' (ANC) plans to amend the constitution to expropriate land without compensation by ex-president Thabo Mbeki has been met with mixed reactions.* A 30-page document on land expropriation by the Thabo Mbeki Foundation, the gist of which accused the ANC of abandoning its multiracial principles and becoming a "black party" due to its new land redistribution policy.
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Professor Lesiba Teffo's analysis of North West clashes
The ANC has reportedly deployed Jessie Duarte to the North West. Residents there are up in arms, demanding the immediate resignation of Premier, Supra Mahumapelo. For more insight, News Night's Cathy Mohlahlana is joined by Political Analyst, Professor Lesiba Teffo. Courtesy DStv403
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Thabo Mbeki went overboard
The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal says former president, Thabo Mbeki, went overboard in his leaked document on land expropriation without compensation. According to the party, Mbeki also failed to intervene intellectually on the subject matter. The Thabo Mbeki Foundation has questioned the ANC’s stance on the land issue.
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Ex-S Africa minister reflects on Mandela
Pik Botha, South Africa's longest serving foreign minister, who spent much of his career justifying Nelson Mandela's continued imprisonment, then was a key member of the team that negotiated with Mandela's African National Congress. He subsequently joined the ANC.
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Gordhan corruption claims
Just days before Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan appears before the state capture commission, a SAFTU- affiliated union claims to be in possession of evidence that implicates him in corruption. The Academic and Professional Staff Association plans to take the evidence to the State Capture Inquiry. The allegations relate to a tender awarded while Gordhan was Sars commissioner. But, the timing of the latest revelation is being questioned.
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