The Last Day of Matzah

 If you spend any time at all this time of year looking for Passover-kosher recipes, you'll find that while Jews in general love Passover (who wouldn't?), keeping the Feast of Matzah is seen as a bit of a chore, something to be endured as a religious duty rather than enjoyed as a blessing.  Given that leaven …

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A Bittersweet Beginning

My interview at Armed With Iron is up as an .mp3, for those of you who missed the live show and have been wanting to hear it.  I'll apologize for talking too fast in advance.  My word-speed shoots up when I'm excited at the best of time and Johnny and Karen brought a lot of …

Inspecting the Lamb (the real post)

My post yesterday ended up going off in a different direction than I intended when I started to write it, but I completely forgot to change the title. My apologies to anyone who was confused as a result. Today is the 10th of Nisan, the anniversary of the date that each Hebrew household in Egypt …

Passover Haggadahs

Many thanks to Johnny and Karen on Armed With Iron for the wonderful opportunity and spirit of love that they showed me tonight.  I'll do a more extensive write-up on some of the topics we covered later, but for now, here are the links to the Passover Haggadahs that I promised: http://www.wf-f.org/Seder.html http://www.godonthe.net/passover/messianic_haggadah.html Also, I'd …