Q:My understanding is that Jesus was keeping Passover during this time of fellowship not the Catholic observance of communion. Are you saying that Jesus was instituting a new religious ceremony of observance rather than redefining the old one by keeping passover with new revelation. Please I’m not trying to debate but build dialogue. I always felt that Christian’s should observe Passover with this new revelation of Christ.

A: Jesus kept Passover, then established the Ordinance of the Bread & Cup in the New Covenant. Our family actually did this a couple years ago. It was an amazing experience.

Communion has nothing to do with Catholicism. Bread & Wine was there from Melchizedek, way before Moses was even born. That’s also before Passover. And before Catholicism.

The remembrance of Him is an ordinance of His instruction. Jesus was ABSOLUTELY initiating Himself as King and Priest with a New Covenant and He was ABSOLUTELY instituting a New Ordinance for the New Covenant Apostles and Disciples.

Apostle Paul confirmed this in 1 Corinthians 10 and 1 Corinthians 11. Jesus is a High Priest and King – the Lion of the Tribe of Judah… far from just a talking head or a paper tiger. He is KING.

The New Covenant is absolutely a New Administration of Yahuah’s Law and it comes with New ORDINANCES to Establish New ORDER in the Kingdom of the Most High.

I’m not saying its a sin to keep your own version of Passover or any other Feasts as teaching tools or as prophetic remembrances… but Believers must never diminish the Authority and Order of the NEW KING – Messiah and His New Covenant Kingship and Priesthood.

Yashuah is not just a Passover Lamb He is a King with a new Covenant!

Apostle Paul taught Believing Congregations to keep the ordinances, as taught by Christ:

1 Corinthians 11:1 Be ye followers of me, even as I also am of CHRIST.
2 Now I praise you, brethren, that ye remember me in all things, and KEEP THE ORDINANCES, as I delivered them to you.

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