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The mysteries of passover: The Middle Matzah

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The  middle matzah reveals one of  the most profound mysteries of the passover seder. Please view our Power in Passover video series.

Through this teaching we will learn how the Lord Elohim has revealed His son Yashua to His people both Jew and Gentile. We see so many great traditions in Passover but where do they come from? Are they in Torah?  The answer is NO. So why do so many Jewish people take the middle matzo and break it. And why would some even take a small piece of the hidden matzo and pray "IN THE NAME OF WHOM THIS REPRESENTS" they do this when they have troubles. Why? Because the Lord is making Himself known to His covenant people.

Revelation Key:Exodus 12  And the Lord spoke....

1 Cor. 11:24-25  1 Cor. 5:7b,8 For even CHRIST OUR PASSOVER IS SACRIFICED FOR US. VS:8 Therefore let us KEEP THE FEAST.....

The Middle Matzah;  First of all, let's explain to those who don't know what matzah is; matzah is unleavened bread, this is the same type of bread that Yashua would have used on the night he kept the Passover with the Apostles. Over the centuries the meaning and symbolism of the Passover has changed.  In modern day churches it is often confused with the unbiblical rites of easter and in many Jewish homes the person of Yashua is not mentioned at all.  As I stated earlier, over the centuries the meaning and symbolism of the middle matzah has changed into and developed into numerous and often unbiblical traditions.  In one case this matzah represented the unity of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. And in another the Priests, Levites and the people of Israel.  As the tradition goes, we are to remove the unbroken middle piece of unleavened bread or matzah, break it and wrap it in a white napkin and then hide it, so that it can be found later.  At this time it is now referred to as the afikomin,  this is rendered as dessert in many traditions.  As the seder meal continues, we come to the portion where the children are to ask four questions. Why is this night different than other nights, and why do we only recline this night, and why do we dip the vegetables not once but twice, and finally why do we eat only unleavened bread. These four questions are based on the book of Exodus but are many times mandated by the traditions of the person. The four questions are a unique way of getting the children involved. But one question is never asked, WHY. Why do we take out the middle matzah? Not the top or the bottom, WHY do we break it, wrapping half and hiding it away knowing that it will be returned soon.  No where in Torah are we commanded to do and teach such things, yet we do them as surely as we keep the festival itself. WHY, the why is simple, this all comes from the Passover of Yashua. There is no account in the prophets or the writings that shows us so clearly how the events of that night should take place. THE MIDDLE MATZAH is the perfect symbol of our Lord on the night he was betrayed.  I would that every person who reads this post would go and buy matzah.  Look at the piercing in the bread, the bruising represented by the burn marks on the bread, and it is unleavened because leaven represents sin. There was no sin in him/Yashua. As we go on in the seder the afikomin is returned by a child or other member of the family. But the word afikomen gives away its true meaning, for afikomen means to look forward to.  And as we take part in the unleavened bread and the wine of the Passover table making sure to apply the blood of the true spotless lamb to the door of our hearts, we look forward to that day when we will truly rejoice at the proper time, in the new Jerusalem. B'hashem Yashua amen.

Our vision and our mission is to reveal through the Holy word of Elohim the revelation of our Messiah Yashua in the ancient Hebrew letters. This we will do to the glory of Elohim our heavenly Father. These mysteries are revealed by the author of  The Messiah Codes, A Blueprint in Time. Library of Gongress copyright ISBN 978-0-9814873-0-4.  None of the writtings on this site may be used without the express written via U.S. Postal mail  written permission with a blue ink wet signature of the publisher. NO EXCEPTIONS. No cutting and pasting allowed. All rights Reserved.