Going back to the beginning—God told Moses to instruct the children of Israel to hold seven holy gatherings each year. And He established them on the Jewish calendar:

Concerning the feasts of the LORD, which ye shall proclaim to be holy convocations, even these are my feasts. Six days shall work be done: but the seventh day is the sabbath of rest, an holy convocation; ye shall do no work therein: it is the sabbath of the LORD in all your dwellings. These are the feasts of the LORD, even holy convocations, which ye shall proclaim in their seasons. (Leviticus 23:2-4)

The seven feasts of Israel are divided into three seasons: Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles. Each feast can illuminate our understanding of Jesus Christ and all He did for us.

The first feast season, Passover, included the Feasts of Passover, Unleavened Bread, and First Fruits, and was outlined in Leviticus 23:5—“In the fourteenth day of the first month at even is the LORD’s passover.”

munsey1But you may be asking, “Aren’t those feasts only for the children of Israel, God’s chosen people? If I’m not Jewish, how could something like that have any relevance to me?”

My friend Steve Munsey appeared with me recently on This Is Your Day to talk about this important feast. He said:

The Passover was a feast that was to be kept forever; however this was stopped as a church practice by Constantine in AD 325. Since that time, generally, the Passover and the other six feasts have not been observed throughout Christianity. That must change! The time for change is now. There is too much at stake. I believe God has shown me that He has promised seven supernatural blessings to those who observe His feasts, beginning with Passover.

Is the Passover for Christians today?

Certainly it was observed by Jesus and the disciples during New Testament times. And in Exodus 23, God gives ongoing supernatural promises to those who are faithful in observing Passover.

Those who observed this feast and came before the Lord with a Passover offering correctly received seven supernatural blessings:

1. An angel assigned to you
2. God as an enemy to your enemies
3. Prosperity
4. Sickness taken away
5. A long life
6. An increase in your life
7. A special year’s blessing

The observation of Passover and its freewill offerings have been too often ignored by Christians, but it is time for you to unlock the keys to every blessing God has for you.

Today each of us can be blessed beyond measure and have our lives revolutionized during this season.

God is poised to pour out these seven blessings of the Passover upon your life.

You can unleash these seven blessings in your life today!

It all begins when you come before the Lord with a Passover offering. So as we enter into the Passover season this year, we know that we are given great promises throughout the Word of God.

I do not want you, my partner, to miss these heavenly benefits at this time of incredible harvest and blessing!

loaves-and-fishes-325x260Moreover, we are commanded during this feast to “not appear before the LORD empty” (Deuteronomy 16:16). That commandment (and opportunity) is also found in Exodus 34:20—“And none shall appear before me empty.”

Even though all the feasts were fulfilled in Christ, the New Testament did not cancel the law of the offerings. That is why, when the Lord gave us the laws of His kingdom, He reestablished the law of giving. And God still commands His children not to appear before Him empty-handed.

Then and now, giving has always been tied to God’s financial blessings. The Lord Jesus, the highest authority in heaven and earth, gave us the law of His kingdom and added:

Give and it shall be given unto you: good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again. (Luke 6:38)

If you stand before the Lord with your Passover offering, He has promised the seven blessings of the Passover. The greatest thing you can do for yourself and your loved ones is to obey those words of our wonderful Lord.

Three Steps to Breaking Off the Past

It is significant that just before going into the Promised Land after 40 years of wandering in the desert, Joshua restored the Passover. God told the people:

“This day have I rolled away the reproach of Egypt from off you” (Joshua 5:9).

The place where this took place was called Gilgal, which means “rolling away.” God was breaking the past off Israel.

God is ready to roll away the past from you! If you have been a slave to debt, to rebellion, to being pushed around, to famine, to overwhelming debt, you must heed what is going on in the Spirit. You are about to have a Passover experience that is unparalleled. God is about to deliver you!

This Passover season is going to be historic! More and more prophecy scholars are pointing to something breaking in the heavenlies. I want you to be ready for what will take place.

So here is what I am asking you to do:

  • Pray about what seed-offering God wants you to give toward the many outreaches of this worldwide ministry. Whatever you do, don’t appear before the Lord without a Passover offering.
  • Give your very best Passover offering, and doing it, in plenty of time before April 14.
  • Begin trusting God for your miracle!
Pastor Benny HinnThe Passover season is extremely significant and can be life-changing for you and your loved ones. This is your opportunity for God to do the supernatural in your life! Whether or not you have observed this season in the past, I encourage you to join with other believers in this sacred time.Start by planting your seed as a Passover offering. When you bring your Passover offering, your faith is activated.God is getting ready to do a miracle in your household!

Don’t delay, for I believe the upcoming days of Passover are a divine time of planting and harvesting. Step out in faith now!

Expecting a miracle for you during this historic season,

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