The Passover Seder – Three Voices

Join Beth Tikkun as three men from the congregation share their humorous yet profound insights into the Passover Seder. Brian Chima addresses The Seder: Images of the Exodus, Tim Pell speaks on The Seder: Understanding Yeshua’s Last Meal, and Dan Remark shares on The Seder: Passing Our Faith to the Next Generation.

 

Categories Audio, The Moedim | Tags: , | Posted on April 9, 2017

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  1. by Edgar Tshatshu

    On April 15, 2017

    I always listen to you Grant Luton all the way from South Africa i follow all your teaching and hope to sit in class one day before our messiah returns or just meet you

  2. by L. Grant Luton

    On April 16, 2017

    Edgar, Thank you for your kind words and undeserved praise. I would love nothing more than to return to South Africa again someday and meet all of my friends there. What part of the country do you live in? Shalom, Grant

  3. by Victoria Nappi

    On June 8, 2017

    Hello Grant,
    Just finished listening to this wonderful service. I did have a question…. at the end you made mention of “Elijah” returning before Yeshua returns… do you mean “the Spirit” of Elijah coming upon Gods people or a prophet in the Spirit of Elijah…. or Elijah himself and can you give me verses to read. Thank you for your time.

  4. by L. Grant Luton

    On June 9, 2017

    Victoria, The way I read the Scriptures I see the literal return of Elijah before the Yeshua returns. I base this on the closing words of Malachi (4:5-6). The confusion on this issue arises when we try to explain Yeshua’s words concerning John the Immerser in Matthew 11:14 “And if you are willing to accept it, John himself is Elijah who was to come. This raises the question whether Elijah comes twice since Yeshua comes twice. Here is the best way I know how to explain it. Yeshua’s arrival is always preceded by Elijah. When He came the first time, He came somewhat incognito. So, Elijah came the same way – i.e. John the Baptist (“if you willing to accept it”). When Yeshua arrives in our hearts, He is preceded by the “voice of one calling in the wilderness” of our dark hearts. (Note the reference to John again here.) And, when He returns, it will once again be preceded by Elijah’s arrival. Make sense? I hope this helps. Shalom, Grant

  5. by Victoria Nappi

    On June 10, 2017

    Great explanation Grant…. I am learning new things daily and now “test”everything I thought I knew…. thank you for your prompt response… Shalom✡️

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