Sunday, May 6, 2012

Passover 2012

What a joy it was to celebrate Passover yet another year at the Messianic House of Prayer!  It was great, even though we dubbed it "the messiest Passover ever."  We had the usual spillings, but in much greater number than ever before, and it brought us to laughter over and over: grape juice and water and horseradish, on the table, on the floor, into the seder plates with the other food!   Oh, and a bunch of the chicken drippings onto the cabinet and the floor!  And the added joy of a messy baby (our grandson)!
Here are some pictures for you to enjoy.   Too bad we didn't take pictues of the dancing afterwards, but that was loads of fun!  Praise the Lord for His wonderful feast days!  (Sorry about using too many exclamation marks.)

Lael gave his son Chaim his first taste of horseradish.  He kind of liked it!

Following the story in the Haggadah, telling of our deliverance from slavery - both from Egypt, and from sin.  Celebrating the Season of Our Freedom and Jesus (Yeshua), our Passover Lamb.

All the young people who have recited the four questions in Hebrew through the years were asked to stand up and chant them together. You can see the young ladies in the picture above, and the young men in the photo below.

Mashed prunes for Passover?  Of course!  They're leaven free.  And we needed a few more messes.

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