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Hebraic Haggadah 2008

Hebraic Haggadah 2008

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Published by Rabbanai Ben Tebah
A Haggadah that tells the account of the Exodus of the Children of Israel from bondage in Egypt from a Messianic-Hebraic perspective vs. a traditional Jewish perspective. This Haggadah describes the relationship between the first Passover and the sacrifice of the Messiah.
A Haggadah that tells the account of the Exodus of the Children of Israel from bondage in Egypt from a Messianic-Hebraic perspective vs. a traditional Jewish perspective. This Haggadah describes the relationship between the first Passover and the sacrifice of the Messiah.

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Declaration of our Salvation
And it shall be when your children shall say to you, “What is this service to you?” And youshall say to them, “It is the sacrifice of the Passover of 
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who passed over the houses of the children of Israel in Egypt, in smiting Egypt, but our houses He delivered.”
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Preface
1. Passover commemorates the deliverance of the Children of Israel from four hundred thirtyyears of bondage in Egypt. The Passover is one of the “seasons of YAHWEH
1
” as set forth inthe 23
rd
chapter of Leviticus. As YAHWEH commanded, we observe Passover during the monthAbib, the first month of the year
2
. The term Passover, as used in the Hebrew Scriptures, refersto:
 a. The 14
 th
day of the first month
3
, the date on which the lambs were sacrificed;
 b. The lamb that was sacrificed 
 4
whose blood was smeared on the door posts of thehouses of the Children of Israel and those Egyptians who feared YAHWEH; and
 c. The event
 
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in which YAHWEH passed over (spared) the houses of the Children of Israel when he smote the first born of Egypt;Over the course of time, the term Passover has come to also include the Feast of UnleavenedBread, the 15
th
through the 21
st
days of the first month, as unleavened bread is an integral part of the Exodus from Egypt.2. The account of the Exodus from Egypt is rehearsed by those known as Hebrews, Israelitesand Jews
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throughout the world. Traditionally, the account of Passover is told during a servicecalled the Seder
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using a Haggadah
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, the book that serves as the guide, script, and liturgy of thePassover Seder. Regrettably, the Rabbinical Jewish Seder includes elements that are in conflictwith or inconsistent with the Hebrew Scriptures and YAHWEH’s instructions concerningPassover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Most noticeably, the Seder plate includes a roastedegg, which has no basis in the Hebrew Scriptures or Good News
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and is suspiciously reminiscentof an Easter egg. Traditions are not necessarily in conflict with the word or will of God. Sometraditions, while not commandments of God, have value and are beneficial. This MessianicHebraic Haggadah is a genuine effort to rehearse the account of the Passover free of thosetraditions of men, which are in conflict with or inconsistent with YAHWEH’s instructionsconcerning His appointed season. Furthermore, this Haggadah points out the Messianicrevelations imbedded in the accounts and rites of the Passover and how those prophecies arefulfilled by Yahushua Ha Mashiach
10
.
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YAHWEH (literally “He Who Exists”) is the Supreme Authority’s, i.e. God’s name forever - Exodus 3:14,
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In Exodus 12:2, YAHWEH established Abib as the first month of the year vs. the seventh month called Tishri onthe Rabbinical Calendar. Abib is the only month named in the first five books of the Hebrew Scriptures. All othermonths are numbered. Abib corresponds to March/April on the Gregorian calendar.
3
Leviticus 23:5
4
Exodus 12:21, 2
nd
Chronicles 35:6
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Exodus 12:13
6
Differences in terminology reflect ethnic, cultural, and theological differences
7
Seder comes from a Hebrew root meaning order
8
Haggadah comes from a Hebrew root meaning to tell or to declare
9
Isaiah 52:7 (a.k.a. the New Testament, Renewed Covenant or B’rit Ha Khadashah in Hebrew)
10
Yahushua means YAHWEH Saves or YAHWEH is Salvation. Yahushua vs. Yeshua or Jesus is the name givenby Yosef and Miriam to her firstborn son in strict compliance with the instructions given them by the messengerGabriel. Ha Mashiach means “The Anointed” Christos in Greek 
 
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Order of Service
Order Service Scriptural Reference Page(s)
1 Sounding of the ShofarNumbers 10:1 – 7,Psalms 81:3 - 4 42 The Sh’ma (Hear O’ Israel) Deuteronomy 6:4 43 Passover BlessingsLeviticus 23:4 – 14,John 4:1 -14 & 6:35 54 When Your Children Shall Ask Exodus 12:26 - 27 6 - 75 God’s Covenant with Abraham, Isaac and JacobGenesis 15:1 -15, 26:1 – 5and 28:10 - 22 76 The Rehearsal of the Exodus from EgyptExodus Chapter 1 throughChapter 15:20 7 - 167 The Song of Moses (Abbreviated) Exodus 15:1 - 21 168 A Shadow of Things to Come Leviticus 23:4 - 14 179 Yahushua Fulfills the PassoverDeuteronomy 18:15John, Chapters 13 - 21Matthew Chapters 26 – 28,Mark Chapters 14 – 16,Luke Chapters 22 – 24,1
st
Corinthians 5:7 – 8 and11:23-29 17 - 1910 Summation Psalm Psalm 105 1911 The Aaronic Blessing Numbers 6:22 - 27 1912Parting HymnAdon Olam (Sovereign of the Universe) The Psalms 20
APPENDIXCommunion on Pages 21 - 24

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