In this audio broadcast, we will be covering the element of the Christian or Messianic Passover Seder called the Afikomen. Afikomen means “that which comes after” because, although it is prepared early on in the seder, it is an element partaken of later on.
The Afikomen is a beautiful picture of Jesus and offers such a rich teaching, so I wanted to give it its own post!
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How to Celebrate Passover As a Christian
Passover has long been thought to be a Jewish holiday but it is one of the seven Biblical Festivals of God. It is one that points the way to Jesus and the work of redemption!
If you are a Christian and you want to learn more about celebrating Passover as a Christian, be sure to check out all the messages on this topic that are linked below!
The Messianic Passover Seder – The Afikomen
Note: In the audio I mention the subscription box in the sidebar – this has changed since I did the audio. The subscription box in the sidebar is now for my general mailing list.In this audio broadcast, we will be covering the element of the Christian or Messianic Passover Seder called the Afikomen.Click To Tweet
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