PASSOVER: Should we put the blood on the Doorpost now?

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This picture is a widely known picture about our Redemption from Egypt and the great meaning of what the blood represents. But, should we now put the blood on the doorpost? That is the question that will be address in this teaching. Not to bring controversy or division but to look at the Ancient Near Eastern context to this beloved time of year for us believers in Messiah Yeshua our Redeemer.
I pray that the content of this teaching will help us get a better understanding about what to do during the time of Redemption. Question? Do you know? what is the difference between Roasting the meat vs Boiling the meat in the ancient near east? Did you know where YHVH said to kill the lamb and by whom? These and many more questions will be answered during this hour of the teaching Passover in the Context of the Ancient Near East.

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Rico Cortes

I am a teacher of Scriptures, Torah follower, and believer in Messiah Yeshua. I have been given the opportunity to share the Word of God with many believers around the world. My work as a servant of the Most High God has allowed me to be a voice to spread the good news of the New Testament, unveiling its truth through context and the obedience to the Almighty through his Torah.

64 thoughts on “PASSOVER: Should we put the blood on the Doorpost now?”

  1. Good Shabbos Rico,

    In your translation of the Spanish bible you translated cocer as boil. I have understood that boil is “hervir”, not Cocer. Cocer is to cook. Am I wrong in my understanding?

    Thank you so much.

    Dorita Gonzalez-Reynolds.

  2. I REALLY LOVED THIS TEACHING RICO,IT GAVE ME INSIGHTS I DID NOT KNOW ABOUT,CONCERNING PESACH.I READ ALL THE SCRIPTURES YOU GAVE CONCERNING THE PESACH,TY SO MUCH I NOW UNDERSTAND THE WHOLE CONTENTS.THIS WAS A TRULY AN AWESOME TEACHING! TY SO MUCH FOR YOUR LABOR YOU PUT IN THIS MESSAGE TO GIVE US A GREATOR UNDERSTANDING.MAY YOU CONTINUALLY BE BLESSED,AND ALL OF US TO STUDY WITH AN OPEN MIND AND LEV,AND WALK IN ECHAD WITH MESSIAH YESHUA AND OUR CREATOR YHWH.BLESSINGS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.SHALOM!! ALSO I WOULD LIKE TO ASK YOUR THOUGHTS ON A QUESTION I HAVE A FRIEND WHO WANTS HER AND HER SON AND DAUGHTER IN LAW TO COMEMORATE PESACH,ALTHOUGH I DO NOT EVEN KNOW IF HE IS A BELIEVER,AND HIS WIFE IS CATHOLIC,WOULD THAT NOT BE MIXING THE HOLY AND THE PROFANE,AS I AM SURE SHE IS GOING TO CELEBRATE E-DAY ALSO AND X-MASS,AND I AM HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR WHO I LET COME TO THE PESACH ,I WILL ON MY BEHALF TRY TO EXPLAIN THE BEST WAY I CAN IN LOVE,ALTHOUGH I REALLY COULD USE SOME SOBER ADVICE HERE.I SO RESPECT YOUR ADVICE ,RICO BECAUSE I KNOW IT WILL BE SAID IN LOVE AND WILL BE SCIPTUAL.TY SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP IN THIS MANNER.SHALOM

  3. Rico
    thank you so much for this teaching … just a question did Jesus partake of the table on Nissan 13th or 14th???
    since he died on Passover

  4. Anthony Jeen thank you.

    Mr. Mendoza; we don’t pronounce “shame” on anyone. We are a people without one sheppard, we struggle in understanding; what is evident to you is not always evident to others. The rabbis take much time together struggling with text; is not a quick process. We are for Yeshua’s approval and not the Rabbi’s.

    There are folks who live on farms who have chosen to raise sheep; who do know how to kosher them, roast them and eat them. I have not yet heard of anyone putting blood on their door post; but it’s their home and door. Some may. It sounds extreme. They are following instructions seen on the page; and perhaps not seeing the whole progression of text in history. The Rabbis should also know if this is forbidden; we don’t need to judge them; the Father will or in the midst of their attempt He may speak a correction. Know ye not that your are the Holy Temple and that the spirit lives in you?

  5. Ricco;

    thanks for answering some of our questions. It would seem for those who raise sheep and learn how to kosher kill with the special knife; and live in farm areas, there would be no harm to do this. Many farm slaughter their own meat (beef, sheep, goat) on regular basis. Where He puts His name (character and essense, in man, the garden, miskan, the ark, the temple and mankind) a mezuha is like unto marking he door post.

    We are differently in a state of emergency in this land where President does not know Joseph, and is slowly turning against it’s citizens. We need a deliverance from this land.

    There is no Temple in the Land, no standing Priesthood In the wilderness each male head of household make the offering, Levite or not, though a nation of priests. The word is silent on what to do if and in exile. I would not chastise someone who does this.

    Then again maybe this is about in actment vs memorial. We’d not in act Yeshua’s crucifixion; though they do in Phillipeenes. The thing is that a man must not be in doubt of his actions; old saying when in doubt leave it out. For those under Riccos leadership; they are to follow his instructions. Each of our communities where we sit under a leader we are to honor the instructions of that leader. Not to criticize another mans’ assembly

    Yeshua’s meal, did they slaughter the lamb? and put blood on the doorpost? The word is silent; though His students ask “where should we prepare the Passovermeal for you? The text tells us they were sitting at a meal, freeman sit or recline and He says, “do this in remembrance of Me”. It would seem this is to be a memorial meal; and not an inactment.

    I hear the difference of roast-temporary and boil= permanent; however are we given instruction for the boiling pots? or a fire altar? Temple Mount Faithful have they prepared special boiling pots? Just wondering. Our problem as always is we have no generations of fathers, no certain line of transmission to do much of this and say we are correct. That is why we have calendar issues. Let each one be faithful to their own leaders is about the best we can do. We will be differnt and messy until we are in the land, sprinkled with clean water and taught by Yeshua from Zion. Either way inactment or memorial; is better than bunnies, dipping eggs, and ham what am.

  6. In reference to boiling the Passover lamb once we come into the land. Could you comment ont 2 Chronicles 35:13 where it says to roast the passover offering and to boil the holy offerings Thank you

  7. ט אַל-תֹּאכְלוּ מִמֶּנּוּ נָא, וּבָשֵׁל מְבֻשָּׁל בַּמָּיִם: כִּי אִם-צְלִי-אֵשׁ, רֹאשׁוֹ עַל-כְּרָעָיו וְעַל-קִרְבּוֹ. 9 Eat not of it raw, nor sodden at all with water, but roast with fire; its head with its legs and with the inwards thereof.
    http://www.mechon-mamre.org/p/pt/pt0212.htm

    Roast vs. Boil Exodus 12:9

    The word “Roast” in this verse, it is after the “Eat not of it raw, nor sodden at all with water.” The key word “Eat Not” is the main issue. I believe we all can agree on the word “raw” right?

    The word “Sodden” (/ˈsädn/ – Saturated with liquid, esp. water; soaked through: “his clothes were sodden”.)

    Is it that sodden, is soaked with water? Why would the word “water” be used in the same sentence structure as “sodden?” If the Writer knows that- sodden is something saturated or boiled in water, then why would the writer say; “at all with water?”

    http://www.ancient-hebrew.org/bookstore/e-books/mte.pdf

    אַל תֹאכְלוּ מִמֶּנוּ נָא וּבָשֵל מְבֻשָל בַמָיִם כִי אִם צְלִי אֵש רֹאשוֹ עַל 12:9
    כְרָעָיו וְעַל קִרְב ו
    al tokh’lu mi’me’nu na u’va’sheyl me’vu’shal ba’ma’yim ki im tse’li eysh ro’sho al
    ke’ra’aw we’al qir’bo
    DO-NOT you(mp)~ will~ EAT FROM~ him RAW
    and~ BOILED from~ be~ much~ BOIL~
    ing/er(ms) in~ the~ WATER~s2 GIVEN-THAT IF
    ROAST FIRE HEAD~ him UPON LEG~s~ him
    and~ UPON WITHIN~ him
    you will not eat from him raw (or) boiled (by)
    being boiled in the waters, , {a} roast
    {of} fire, his head, (also) his legs and (also) his
    within{s}*,

    [ Blueletter Bible ]

    Deu 14:21 Thou shalt not seethe1310 a kid 1423 in his mother’s 517 milk 2461. ( bä•shal’ )
    2Ch 35:13 And they roasted1310 the passover 6453 with fire 784 according to the ordinance 4941: but the [other] holy 6944 [offerings] sod1310 they in pots 5518, and in caldrons 1731, and in pans 6745, and divided [them] speedily 7323 among all the people 1121 5971

  8. For me is very clear this aspects. I don’t know why Rico look so upset. Is anyone in the Hebrew Roots sacrificing animals and putting blood in the doorpost? If they are doing that they need a Bible 101, because for me it is really clear that what happened in Egypt was only one time for redemption. What a shame are we. The Rabbis are thinking that we are joke or some kind of cult!

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