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Pesach (Passover) With Rabbi David Hall. Sanctifying the Feast  Light the Candles  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam asher kidshanu bemitzvotav.

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1 Pesach (Passover) With Rabbi David Hall

2 Sanctifying the Feast  Light the Candles  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam asher kidshanu bemitzvotav vitzivanu lehadlik ner shel yom tov.  Blessed are You Lord our God King of the universe who has sanctified us by your commandments and commanded us to kindle the festival lights.

3 This Season and Time  Second blessing  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam, Shehekheyanu, v’kiy’manu, vehigiyanu laz’man hazeh.  Blessed are You Lord our God King of the universe Who has kept us in life, sustained us and brought us to this season.

4 The Four Cups  Sanctification (Separation)  The Plagues  Redemption  Praise (Intimacy)  Fill the first cup

5 The Cup of Sanctification  We sanctify ourselves to HaShem.  The first cup is filled  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam, borey pri hagafin.  Blessed are You Lord our God King of the universe who has created the fruit of the vine.  Drink the Wine.

6 Karpus (Parsley)  Dip the parsley in the salt water (tears)  Hold the parsley high  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam, borey pri ha’adamah.  Blessed are You Lord our God King of the universe who has created the fruit of the earth.

7 The Mystery of the Unity Three pieces of Matzah are found in the Tasch. The center one is removed and broken. ======== Abba (Father) ======== Ben (Son – Yeshua) ======== Ruach (Spirit)

8 The Mystery of the Unity After breaking the middle Matzah the smaller part is placed back inside the Tasch. ======== Abba (Father) === Ben (Son – Yeshua) ======== Ruach (Spirit)

9 The Mystery of the Unity The larger half of the middle piece is wrapped in white linen and hidden away for later in the ceremony. Yachatz – Breaking the Middle Matzah Afikomen – Greek word meaning Dessert ===== Ben (Son – Yeshua) ===== Ben (Son – Yeshua)

10 The Blood on the Door Chet j = Sin Spelled yj

11 When I see The Blood on the Door, I will “Pass Over” j

12 Obedience is like putting a Yod with the Chet turning our sin (death) to Chai (Life) hjhjhjhj

13 Magid – Telling  The Four Questions is derived from a direct command – “When your children ask you, ‘What doest this ceremony mean to you?’ then tell them.” (Exodus 12:26)  Why is this night different from all other nights.

14 Magid – Telling  The Four Questions  Why is this night different from all other nights?  We Eat Matzah  We Eat Bitter Herbs  We Dip Our Vegetables  We Recline

15 Answering the Questions  Once we were slaves (Avadim Hayinu)  The Wise Child - Praise  The Wicked Child - Rebuke  The Simple Child - Encourage  The Child who Cannot Ask - Assist Five Readers

16 The cup of Plagues 1.Blood 2.Frogs 3.Lice 4.Flies 5.Cattle Disease 6.Boils 7.Hail 8.Locusts 9.Darkness 10.Death of the Firstborn Fill the second cup of Wine

17 Passover Offering (Z’roa)  No temple – No Kosher Passover  Z’roa is the Shankbone of the lamb.  Passover Offering Reader – Exodus 12:3-7 Reader – Exodus 12:8-13 Reader – Deuteronomy 26:8

18 Matzah (Unleavened Bread)  We explain the Matzah.  It is Striped  It is Pierced  It is the Bread of Affliction. Literally “Lechem Anyah” (bread of the poor)  Leaven Represents Sin  It Pictures Messiah Without Sin

19 Bitter Herbs  Life is full of bitter disappointments and frustrations  We must experience the exodus individually

20 The Cup of Plagues  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam, borey pri hagafin.  Blessed are You Lord our God King of the universe who has created the fruit of the vine.  Drink the Wine.

21 Rachatz (Washing Hands)  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam asher kidshanu bemitzvotav vitzivanu al-n’tilat Yadim.  Blessed are You Lord our God King of the universe who has sanctified us by your commandments and commanded us concerning the washing of the hands.

22 Achilat Matzah (Eating Matzah)  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam hamotzi lechem min ha’aretz.  Blessed are You Lord our God King of the universe who brings forth bread from the earth.

23 Matzah cont’d.  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam asher kidshanu bemitzvotav vitzivanu al achilat Matzah.  Blessed are You Lord our God King of the universe who has sanctified us by your commandments and commanded us to eat matzah.

24 Maror (Bitter Herbs)  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam asher kidshanu bemitzvotav vitzivanu al achilat maror.  Blessed are You Lord our God King of the universe who has sanctified us by your commandments and commanded us to eat bitter herbs.

25 Korech (Hillel’s Sandwich)  In memory of the holy temple  Put Matzah and Maror together with Charoset (chopped apple, nuts, raisins, honey and wine)

26 Shulchan Orech (dinner)  Remember that we are celebrating a “bitter/sweet” ceremony.  Not only were we redeemed and set free but some of our close friends lost family in the exodus.  Sing Dayenu (It would have been sufficient for us)

27 Tzafun (Afikoman / Dessert)  The Matzah that was wrapped is found by a child.  The head of the table redeems the matzah with a small gift.  The Matzah is the last food tasted this evening.

28 Barech (Grace after themeal)  Fill the third cup  All – May the name of the Eternal b e blessed from now and forevermore.  Leader – Blessed be our God, whose food we have eaten and in whose goodness we live. Blessed be He and blessed be His name.

29 Barech (Grace after themeal)  All – May He who is most merciful, make us worthy to behold the days of the Messiah and eternal life in the world to come. He gives great salvation to His King, and shows mercy to His Anointed: to David, and his seed forever. May He who makes peace in His high heavens, grant peace to us, and to all Israel, and let us say, AMEN!

30 Barech (Grace after themeal)  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam, borey pri hagafin.  Blessed are You Lord our God King of the universe who has created the fruit of the vine.

31 Elijah the Prophet  A child looks outside for Elijah the prophet.

32 Hallel (Praise to HaShem)  Responsive Reading.

33 Ps 136:1-4 Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good. His love endures forever. 2 Give thanks to the God of gods. His love endures forever. 3 Give thanks to the Lord of lords: His love endures forever. 4 to him who alone does great wonders, His love endures forever.

34 Ps 136: who by his understanding made the heavens, His love endures forever. 6 who spread out the earth upon the waters, His love endures forever. 7 who made the great lights-- His love endures forever. 8 the sun to govern the day, His love endures forever. 9 the moon and stars to govern the night; His love endures forever.

35 Ps 136: and brought Israel out from among them His love endures forever. 12 with a mighty hand and outstretched arm; His love endures forever. 13 to him who divided the Red Sea asunder His love endures forever. 14 and brought Israel through the midst of it, His love endures forever. 15 but swept Pharaoh and his army into the Red Sea; His love endures forever.

36 Ps 136: to him who led his people through the desert, His love endures forever. 17 who struck down great kings, His love endures forever. 18 and killed mighty kings-- His love endures forever. 19 Sihon king of the Amorites His love endures forever. 20 and Og king of Bashan-- His love endures forever.

37 21 and gave their land as an inheritance, His love endures forever. 22 an inheritance to his servant Israel; His love endures forever. 23 to the One who remembered us in our low estate His love endures forever. 24 and freed us from our enemies, His love endures forever. 25 and who gives food to every creature. His love endures forever.

38 26 Give thanks to the God of heaven. His love endures forever.

39 Cup of Praise  Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech haolam, borey pri hagafin.  Blessed are You Lord our God King of the universe who has created the fruit of the vine.

40 Nirtzah (Conclusion of Seder)  NEXT YEAR IN JERUSALEM  L’shanah Haba’ah Bi Y’rushalayim


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