The Testimony of “the Deliverance of YAH’S People” plus “Entering into YAH’S Promises” occurred in Nisan/Abib..
We have a lot thank YAH for!
YOU TOO CAN TESTIFY!
As the 10th the Hebrew Month of Nisan/Abib is approaching, it is good to remind ourselves as well as to praise YAH for this is a Great Month: A MONTH OF DELIVERANCE and entering into YAH’S Promises:
- On 10th Nisan, the Children of Israel chose a Passover Lamb for each family
- On 10th Nisan, the Children of Israel crossed the River Jordan into the Promised Land, Israel
14th Nisan is the first day of Passover
- On the 14th of Nisan, the Children of Israel killed the lambs and used the blood to paint their doorposts plus eat the lamb
- On 14th Nisan, YAHUSHUA HA MASHIACH was crucified as the final Passover Lamb and buried in a tomb which belong to a man called Joseph (not HIS earthly father as he had passed on by that time)
15th Nisan is the second day of Passover
- On 15th Nisan, the Exodus from Egypt began
- On 15th Nisan, YAHUSHUA HA MASHIACH was still buried in the tomb
- On 15th Nisan, Queen Esther (a.k.a Hadassah) appeared to her husband, King Achashverosh (a.k.a King Exerxes/King Ahasuerus) unsummoned to plead her case for her people
16th of Nisan is the Beginning of the Omer Count
- On 16th Nisan, Queen Esther’s second feast took place during which she accuses Haman regarding his plot to annihilate her nation. Achashverosh orders his servants to hang Haman.
- On 16th Nisan, YAHUSHUA HA MASHIACH was still buried in the tomb
- On 17th Nisan, YAHUSHUA HA MASHIACH rose from the dead in the evening time just before the end of the weekly Jewish Sabbath. HIS resurrection brought about many other resurrections of those righteous people who had been buried all over the Land of Israel ( (John 20:1,9)
- 17 Nisan, Noah’s Ark came to rest on mountains of Ararat
- 17 Nisan, Haman hanged after Queen Esther’s second drinking party.
- 21 Nisan, The Sea of Reeds splits, allowing Israel to escape the Egyptian army hence totally and forever delivered from the oppression of the Egyptians.
- 28 Nisan, Conquest of Jericho by Yahushua (Book of Joshua ch. 6).
- 29 Nisan (1699 CE) – In Bamberg, Germany during a commercial crisis in 1699, the populace rose up against the Jews, and one Jew saved himself by throwing prunes from a gable-window down upon the mob. That event, the 29th of Nisan, called “Zwetschgen-Ta’anit” (Prune-Fast), was commemorated by a fast and a Purim festivity until the extermination of the Jewish community there.
Note that we can not celebrate the Feast of PURIM in the Hebrew Month of Nisan because there is too much going on during this Month.
We can not read the Book of Esther and simultaneously read the Passover story! We can only celebrate one thing at a time….. And since the two months following the Month of Nisan are all about observing the “”OMER COUNTING,” we can not place the Feast of Esther there.
Since Passover is a feast which requires a lot of advance preparation, we need to concentrate on that and not anything else hence the Feast of Esther is now observed and celebrated in the previous month called ADAR.
The following song summarises it all (Learn it in time for the PESACH Seder):
Video: Dayenu (דַּיֵּנוּ) – Passover Song (Judaica): Performed Live