11 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Rico. Yahweh bless you. I am wondering if I am keeping the proper sequence for Passover. At the beginning of the 14th at sunset, the congregation I attend, does the Passover service- foot washing, partaking of unleavened bread and wine and reading of related scriptures, followed by a hymn to conclude the service, for Yahshua’s sacrifice for our sins. The following sunset (ending of the 14th, leading into the 15th day) we celebrate the Night To Be Much Observed. Then later in the afternoon of the 15th, we worship together on the first Day of Unleavened Bread.

    Secondly, on The Night To Be Much Observed, I made chili and chicken for the main meal. Since a lamb symbolically represents the Messiah, must we use a lamb for the meal? I do not put the blood on doors and threshold.

    Thirdly, do I still need to burn the remains not eaten on the NTBMO, or are left overs OK?

    Lastly, I realized that I was drinking a fermented health drink (KEVITA) made with probiotics, and it used Lactic Acid for fermentation. Did I error by drinking this, or since it is not used to ferment dough or used to make anything to rise, was this OK to drink. What about soda?

    Thank you for your time to answer these important questions for me.

    Yahweh bless and keep you!

    Dan

  2. Great teaching, I really appreciate it. I’ve been with some folks who take the blood and put it on their door. I told them I don’t do that, but it was this teaching that convinced them that that was not right. Opened my eyes to the details as to why. Blessings on you and your house. Just in case someone is reading this and hasn’t watched your three part teaching on the threshold covenant, please do! That teaching opened my understanding to questions I’ve had for years. I would go as far to say it is one of the, if not the, most foundational teaching I have heard! Absolutely Earth shattering! Thank you so much brother! You are a such a blessing to the bretheren.

  3. Mr. Cortes, maybe I misunderstood, but this left me with a few questions and I ask them with a mind to learn. I hope you understand.
    1. Why could Israel not do the korban Pesach in the wilderness? Did the Tabernacle not count as “The place which יהוה your Elohim shall chose to place his Name…Deu 16:5-6”?
    2&3. If the people of Israel could not slaughter the korban Pesach in the wilderness what did they do in Num 9:5 “And they kept the passover on the fourteenth day of the first month at even in the wilderness of Sinai: according to all that יהוה commanded Moses, so did the children of Israel.” and if it was just the remembrance seder (not the korban Pesach) why did they do it on the fourteenth not the fifteenth (which is what I understood you were saying should be done)?
    4. Some of our local synagogues are having a seder on both the 14th and the 15th. What is the reasoning for doing two?
    I look forward to your response and the learning and growing that always comes when we study His word.

  4. Thank you Brother!!! Love how you always emphasize our need to keep studying and growing on our walk. I do have a question. I’m looking more into the origins of the Seder. Can you share resources that connect the Men of the Great Assembly as initiated the seder? As always it would be a blessing.

    Shalom!

  5. Thank you for that video. My question is, I am away from a close place to do Passover Seder, and the ones who are close say if you haven’t spent enough time with them you cannot do a Passover Seder with them. I have found this with other messianic fellowships also. Is Passover Seder only for each group only, or is it for the believer, especially if you are messianic believer.