Shalom everyone! In preparation for the coming Passover season, I thought it might be useful for some of you to hear these two different teachings: Messiah in the Passover and our teaching The Easter Story: Peter Cottontail Exposed. Collectively, these two teachings total about four hours but the usefulness will be in comparing the Biblical feast of Passover with the religious holiday of Easter. In short, after listening to both, perhaps you will be inclined to "passover Easter."
Messiah in the Passover (part 1)
Messiah in the Passover (part 2)
The Easter Story (part 1)
The Easter Story (part 2)
This two hour album is the first in the three part Biblical feast series. Bill not only explains how the Passover was celebrated, but paints an elaborate picture of how the Passover celebration was simply a rehearsal for the Messiah's suffering. In this album you will also learn why Pharaoh decided to pursue the Israelites after allowing them to go free. Also learn the association between the Exodus story and Joseph of Arimathea and much more. Passover is the logical place to start in understanding our lost Hebraic heritage and this album can certainly get you started on the right foot.
In this two-part series, Bill studies the pagan origins of Easter and many of the customs associated with it. More importantly, Bill attempts to show the dramatic distinctions between Easter and the biblical holydays (i.e. Passover, Unleavened Bread and Firstfruits) and how God's feast days have been mixed with the pagan practices of past civilizations. Startling as the information may be to some, the teaching is not intended to condemn but to educate believers in how the Adversary has cleverly mingled profane practices with the holy things of God. After hearing this information, perhaps the listener will be challenged to separate the traditions of men from the truth of God.