To prepare your Passover Seder, please refer to the GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR CELEBRATING PASSOVER at the bottom of this post.
For the actual feast, many households designate a leader for the Haggadah. We find that even though my husband and I act as the leaders for our Passover Seder, we act more in a facilitation role rather than dominating reading the Passover Seder. We have found that when everyone take turns reading and are free to make comments, the group seems to be more engaged.
The following is a much more in depth Passover Story (Haggadah) adapted specifically for Christians that you are free to use and share. Know that throughout, the name “Yahshua” is used for Jesus and “Yah many times for God. When Jesus walked the earth, they called Him “Yahshua” and that is the main way we will refer to Him today. So let us begin the PASSOVER SEDER CELEBRATION FOR CHRISTIANS:
 SANCTIFY THE HOLIDAY:
• LEADER INTRODUCES THE PASSOVER FEAST OF THE LORD: “Tonight is a very special night. We are going to have a dinner celebration called a Passover Seder. This meal is to remind us of two very special historical accounts in Scripture. The first story happened many years before Yahshua (i.e. Jesus). Yah (God) instructed all of His people to meet, as we are now, to have the older people tell the younger of how Yah delivered Moses and the Hebrews from Egyptian slavery. The second story that we will be referencing throughout is a special story about Yahshua (Jesus). Passover portrays how Yahshua died for our sins. Listen closely because both stories are related to one another. We will begin the Passover Seder with “mother” lighting the candles.
• LIGHTING OF THE TWO CANDLES: A woman lights the candles as she recites this blessing or someone reads it for her: “Bless are you, oh Lord or God, King of the Universe, who sanctifies us and has ordained that we kindle the Passover lights. Bring light into our hearts and minds as we honor Father and remember Your Son – the Light of the World – the Messiah Yahshua.
 DISPLAY SEDER PLATE:
• LEADER PRESENTS THE SEDER PLATE: And declares: “This special festive plate is called a Seder Plate. Each of the food symbolizes some part of the Passover Story. This story is not only about a people’s physical deliverance from bondage, but also about spiritual deliverance even in our day. Every part of Passover points to it being a Festival of Freedom and paints a portrait of redemption.
• SHANK BONE: The shank bone of a lamb (a chicken leg bone can be used) symbolizes the lamb eaten before they fled Egypt.
• MATZAH: The matzah is made with no leaven to remind us the Hebrews (who are The Crossed Over Ones) left Egypt (symbolically the world) in a hurry,
• BITTER HERBS: The bitter herbs represent the bitterness of bondage.
• HAROSET: Haroset is a mixture of apples, wine and cinnamon. It represents the mortar the Israelites used to build the Egyptian cities and the sweetness of a better world.
• KARPAS: The Karpas symbolizes new life. The non-bitter vegetable is dipped in salt water to represent the tears of slavery.”
 THE FOUR CUPS: A person (the leader if you choose) speaks: “There will be four times that we drink from the wine during our Festival of Freedom – two times before dinner and twice after. The second cup marks the conclusion of the first half of the Seder. The fourth cup concludes our Seder.
These four cups represent four expressions of redemption mentioned in the Bible (Exodus 6:6-7). Yah tells Moses to tell His people: “I will BRING you out from under the burden of the Egyptians (the world), and I will DELIVER you from their bondage and I will REDEEM you with an outstretched arm and with great judgments; I will TAKE you as my own people, and I will be your God. Then you will know that I am the LORD your God who brought you out from under the yoke of the Egyptians.” The Four Cups at the Seder represent the four expressions of redemption – bring, deliver, redeem, and take.
• The first cup is called the Cup of Sanctification.
• The second cup is called the Cup of Judgment.
• The third cup is called the Cup of Redemption.
• The fourth cup is called the Cup of Kingdom.
 THE FIRST CUP: Everyone can sit or stand to partake of the first bless. Pour everyone their first cup of wine. A person (the leader if you choose) lifts their cup and a sanctification blessing over the fruit of the vine in honor of the Lord’s Feast of Passover.
Speak: “Blessed are You, Lord, our God, King of the Universe who creates the fruit of the vine. This first cup is the Cup of Sanctification. Sanctification means to be set apart. We set apart this time to honor our Lord and King. We remember how Yah set apart His people and brought them out of Egypt saying: ““Therefore, say to the people of Israel: ‘I am YHVH. I will free you from your oppression and will rescue you from your slavery in Egypt. I will redeem you with a powerful arm and great acts of judgment” (Exodus 6:6). In the same way, Yah has redeemed us from sin and set us apart when we accept Yahshua as our Lord and Savior. Second Thessalonians 2:13 tells us that from the beginning Yah has chosen you for salvation through sanctification by the Spirit and belief in the Truth. We will drink the Cup of Sanctification while leaning to symbolize our dependence of Him for our freedom. A slave cannot relax while eating or drinking, but sons do.”
 WASHING OF THE HANDS: A person (the leader if you choose) washes their hands in a small basin.
Speak: “Yah commanded Aaron to wash his hands and feet before approaching the Altar. We wash our hands to represent our desire to live a clean life and perform pleasing service to The Almighty. This is also a reminder that Yahshua humbled Himself the night of Passover and washed the feet of His disciples. He said: ‘And since I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you ought to wash each other’s feet. I have given you an example to follow. Do as I have done to you. I tell you the truth, slaves are not greater than their master. Nor is the messenger more important than the one who sends the message. Now that you know these things, God will bless you for doing them’ (John 13:14-17).
Blessed are You, oh Lord our God, King of the universe, help us to remember to follow the priestly example of being sanctified in what we do and where we go. May we remember to follow Yahshua’s example of loving servanthood.”
 EATING THE KARPAS: A person (the leader if you choose) dips the vegetable (parsley or celery) in salt water. The rest of the Seder participants do the same.
Speak: “The salt water symbolizes the tears shed as a result of slavery. May we remember the tears that the Messiah Yahshua shed over His people.”
 THREE PIECES OF MATZAH: A person (the leader if you choose) holds the plate with the matzah and explains: “This bread is called unleavened bread. See how flat it is, because it had no leaven. The Hebrews had to leave Egypt real fast, and were unable to wait for their bread to rise. It is the bread of affliction that our fathers ate in the land of Egypt. In the Bible, leaven is a symbol for sin, so unleavened represents having no sin. This bread is also a picture of Yahshua who had no sin as the Bread of Life. Yahshua said: “I am the bread of life. Your fathers ate the manna in the wilderness, and are dead. This is the bread which comes down from heaven, that one may eat of it and not die. I am the living bread which came down from heaven. If anyone eats of this bread, he will live forever; and the bread that I shall give is My flesh, which I shall give for the life of the world” (John 6:48-51).
The three pieces of matzah represent the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Ayesha (Jesus) is represented by the middle matzah that is broken, wrapped in a cloth, buried (hidden), and brought forth again as the Bread coming down from heaven to our earth.
I break the bread, which symbolizes our Messiah being broken (crucified) for us. I wrap it in a cloth just a Yahshua was wrapped for his burial.”
 HIDING THE AFIKOMAN: : A person (the leader if you choose) lifts up one half of the broken matzah and declares: “We call this bread in the napkin the “Afikoman.” Afikoman is actually a Greek word that means “that which comes after,” such as the dessert of a meal. Now, we will have all the children close their eyes, as I hide the Afikoman, just as Yahshua was hidden in the tomb from three days and three nights. After this festive dinner, you will look for the Afikoman. Whoever finds it gets a reward!”
Have the children close their eyes as a person hides the Afikoman and returns to the table.
 THE FOUR QUESTIONS: God’s Word says we should have this Passover meal to explain to our children: “It will come to pass when you come to the land which the LORD will give you, just as He promised, that you shall keep this service. “And it shall be, when your children say to you, ‘What do you mean by this service?’” (Exodus 12:25-26).
A child asks:
1. “Why do we eat unleavened bread on this night when on the other nights we either eat leavened bread or matzah?”
2. “Why do we eat only bitter herbs on this night when on all other nights we eat all kinds of vegetables?”
3. “Why do we dip our vegetables twice on this night when we don’t dip our vegetables even once all other nights?”
4. “Why do we eat our meals reclining (leaning) on this night when on all other nights we eat our meals sitting?”
A person (the leader if you choose) answers yje questions by reading the Passover Story (Exodus 12:3-49) — or — they can tell it in their own words — or – for small children you can read an illustrated story book.
 THE PASSOVER STORY:
A person (the leader if you choose) reads: “This is the story of Passover. Listen carefully and you will hear where the name Passover came from.
Many many years before Yahshua (Jesus) lived, the Hebrews who believed in the Most Holy God lived in Egypt. During that time, there arose a wicked king named Pharaoh who ruled over Egypt. Pharaoh was very cruel to the Hebrews. He turned them into slaves and made them work very, very hard.
Pharaoh was very jealous and worried that one of the Hebrew boys may grow up and try to take over, so he ordered his soldiers to kill all the Hebrew baby boys. One of the Hebrew mothers decided to hide her very special baby. She put him in a basket on the river bank to hide him from the soldiers. Pharaoh’s daughter went to the river and found the baby, and brought him home to be her own. She didn’t tell Pharaoh that it was a Hebrew baby. The baby’s name was Moses, which means “brought forth from the water,” in Hebrew.
Moses grew up to be a man, and didn’t understand why Pharaoh was so mean to the Hebrew slaves. After he took the matter into his own hands and killed an Egyptian, Moses left Egypt and became a shepherd in the wilderness. Moses kept the flocks of his father-in-law Jethro a priest of Midean. While caring for the flock, he came to the mountain of God. There he saw a flaming burning bush that was not consumed, It was the presence of angel of the Lord. When Moses saw the strange sight of a burning bush that didn’t burn up, he went to investigate. And Yah (God) called to Moses from within the bush: “Moses! Moses!” And Moses responded: “Here I am.” Yah instructed him to not come any closer until he took off his sandals, because the place where he stood was holy ground.
Then Yah said: “I am the God of your father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob.” As Moses hid his face, because he was afraid to look at God, Yah said: “I have indeed seen the misery of My people in Egypt. I have heard them crying out because of their slave drivers, and I am concerned about their suffering. So I have come down to rescue them from the hand of the Egyptians. I will bring them up out of that land into a good and spacious land – a land flowing with milk and honey. So now, go I am sending you to Pharaoh to bring my people the Israelites out of Egypt.”
Moses did not feel worthy, but Yah told him: “I will be with you. And this will be the sign to you that it is I who have sent you. When you have brought the people out of Egypt, you will worship God on this mountain.”
Yah told Moses to return to Egypt and free the Jewish slaves. Moses returned to Egypt. He went to Pharaoh and told him: “This is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: “Let My people go, so they may hold a festival to Me in the desert.” But Pharaoh would not listen to Moses. Pharaoh said” “Who is this God that I should obey him and let Israel go? I do not know the LORD and I will not let Israel go.” Moses told Pharaoh that if did not let the people go, great plagues would come upon Egypt. Pharaoh did not listen and God sent ten horrible plagues.”
A person (the leader if you choose) instructs the group to dip their fingers in the wine and put a drop of wine on your plate for each plague as the plague is recited.
• Wild Beast
• Death of the First Born
After nine plagues plague, Yah told Moses to tell the Hebrews that each household was to take a one-year-old male lamb without defect, and kill it. The blood from their innocent lambs was to be put on the top and sides of their doorposts of the houses where they were to eat the lambs. That same night they were instructed to eat the meat roasted over the fire along with bitter herbs and bread made without yeast. They were to eat the lamb with their cloaks tucked into their belts, their sandals on their feet, and a staff in their hand. They were to eat it in a hurry.
Yah told the Hebrews that He would strike down the first born of men and animals that didn’t have blood on their doorposts of their homes. When the angel of death saw the blood on the doorposts, He would PASS OVER. Yah promised that no harm would come to anyone under the blood.
That night death came to all the Egyptian firstborn.
Pharaoh and all his officials as well as all the Egyptians wailed loudly that night, because every Egyptian household was touched. During the night, Pharaoh summoned Moses and Aaron and decried: “Up! Leave my people you and the Israelites! Go, worship Yah as you requested. Take your flocks and herds, as you have said and go.”
The sad and frightened Egyptians insisted the Hebrews hurry and leave their country. “For otherwise,” they said, “We will all die!” So the Hebrews took their dough before the yeast was added, and carried it on their shoulders wrapped in clothing. The sun baked the dough into hard bread called matzah.
When Pharaoh let the people go, The Israelites left Egypt. Yah led the people around by the desert road toward the Red Sea. By day, the LORD led them with a pillar of cloud. By night, they were led by a pillar of fire.
When the king of Egypt was told that the people had fled going beyond the three day limit given to them, Pharaoh questioned: “What have we done? We have let the Israelites go and have lost all our slaves!”
Pharaoh took six hundred of the best chariots, along with all the other chariots of Egypt. Pharaoh’s army caught up with them as they camped by the Red Sea. When the Israelites looked up and saw the Egyptians marching on them, they were terrified and cried out to Yah. Moses instructed the people: “Do not be afraid. Stand firm and you will see the deliverance God will bring today. The Egyptians you see today, you will never see again. The LORD will fight for you. You need only to be still,”
Then Yah said to Moses: “Why are you crying out to me? Tell the Israelites to move on. Raise your staff and stretch out your hand over the sea to divide the water so that the Israelites can go through the sea on dry ground.
The angel of Yah who had been traveling in front of the Israelites withdrew and went behind them. The pillar of cloud also moved from in front and stood behind them coming between the Israelites and the Egyptians. Throughout the night, the cloud brought darkness to one side and light to the other side. When Moses stretched his hand over the sea, the Lord drove the sea back all that night and turned it into dry land. The Hebrews went through the sea on dry ground with a wall of water to their right and their left.
The Egyptians chased after them, and all Pharaoh’s horses and chariots and horsemen followed them into the sea. Yah looked down from the pillar of fire and cloud and threw the Egyptian army into confusion. He made their wheels of their chariots come off. And the Egyptians shouted: “Let’s get way from the Israelites! God is fighting for them against Egypt.”
Then Yah told Moses: “Stretch out your hand over the sea, so the waters may flow back over the Egyptians and their chariots.” So Moses obeyed, and at daybreak the sea went back into its place. When the waters flowed back, it covered all of Pharaoh’s army. Not one of them survived.
That day Yah saved thee Hebrews from the hands of the Egyptians. When the Israelites saw the great power of the Lord against the Egyptians, they feared Him and put their trust in Him and in Moses his servant.
Yah instructed that Passover was to be a day celebrated for all the generations to come. It is a feast forever to remember that our forefathers in the faith who were once slaves, but are now free.
Can you see how the first Passover’s symbolism corresponds to Yahshua’s crucifixion? When John the Baptist was baptizing people and he saw Yahshua he said”: “Behold, the Lamb of God that takes away the sins of the world.”
On the eve of Yahshua’s death, Yahshua and his disciples celebrated the Passover Seder. The next day Yahshua was scourged with a whip and at 3:00 in the afternoon, He was crucified on the cross for our sins. Yahshua’s blood shed on the cross became the blood put on the doorpost of our hearts (homes), so we can be saved.
When we look at the matzah, we see the symbolism of the stripes and pierced markings of Yahshua. The entire Passover Story foreshadows Yahshua’s first coming.
 DRINK FROM THE SECOND CUP: A person (the leader if you choose) lifts up his cup to say a sanctification blessing over the grape juice in honor of Passover.
Say: “Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who creates the fruit of the vine.
This second cup is the Cup of Judgment. When Yahshua went to pray in the Garden of Gethsemane, He prayed: “Father, if Thou be willing, remove this cup from Me; nevertheless, not My will, but Thine be done. And there appeared an angel from heaven to strengthen Him. And being in agony, He prayed more earnestly: and His sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling down to the ground” (Luke 22:42-44). He did not want to drink this Cup of Judgment but did because He knew the will of His father was best.
Yahshua had a Passover Seder the night before He died for our sins. While drinking the second cup, Yahshua said in Matthew 26:28 “For this is My blood of the New Covenant, which is shed for many for the remissions of sins.”
 EATING THE MATZAH:
• A person (the leader if you choose) says: “Now we will partake of the bread as Yahshua did on the night of Passover described in Luke 22:19: “And He took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, “This is My body which is given for you; do this in remembrance of Me.”
• A person (the leader if you choose) says THE BLESSING: “Blessed are You, oh Lord our God, King of the universe, who has sanctified us and commanded us concerning the removal of leaven, which symbolically is sin.”
 EATING THE BITTER HERBS:
• A person (the leader if you choose) says: “Blessed are You, oh Lord our God, King of the universe, who has commanded us to ea the bitter herbs.”
• “This symbolizes the bitterness of slavery and the bitterness of sin. The bitter vegetable should be eaten together with the matzah. Let us also remember the bitterness of the crucifixion the Messiah Yahshua went through for our sins.”
• “Everyone take a small piece of matzah and dip it into the mixture of bitter herbs to eat it.”
 EATING THE HAROSET:
• A person (the leader if you choose) says: “Now we will eat the bitter herbs on the matzah again, but this time with the haroset. The haroset symbolizes the mortar used by the Jews in building during slavery. This mixture symbolizes how the sweetness of Yahshua can overcome bitter sin.”
• Pass around the matzah, bitter herb and haroset.
• A person (the leader if you choose) prays over the festive meal: “Blessed are You, oh Lord our God, King of the universe, who has ordained that we celebrate the Passover. Help us, Yah, to remember both of Your Passover stories that show how you freely give freedom to Your people. First, You gave freedom from Egypt physically. Then you gave us freedom from sin through Your Precious Son’s crucifixion. Now in this Kingdom Day, you are bringing forward a corporate manifested son – a Mature Body of Christ. Give us revelation how the corporate crucifixion of the flesh of Your Body in our day will facilitate Your divine connection between a Mature Crucified Head – the Messiah Yahshua – and His Mature Body.”
 PASSOVER DINNER BREAK Everyone enjoys the festive Passover dinner.
 CHILDREN HUNT FOR THE AFIKOMAN:
• A person (the leader if you choose) tells the children: “Our Passover Dinner is finished, but our Seder is not over yet. The children have to look for the Afikoman. Whoever finds it can bring it to me to be ransomed. After the ransom, we will drink and speak of the final two cups.
• An alternative is to have the youngest child look for the Akikoman, and as they search someone or everyone tells them “hot” or “cold” depending if they are getting closer or farther away from the Afikoman.
 GRACE AFTER THE MEAL AND THE THIRD CUP:
• A person (the leader if you choose) says: “When Yahshua (Jesus) ate the Passover meal as an obedient Son and Jew, He drank the third cup with His disciples. Scripture tells us: “Then He took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you. For this is My blood of the new covenant, which is shed for many for the remission of sins. But I say to you, I will not drink of this fruit of the vine from now on until that day when I drink it new with you in My Father’s kingdom” (Matt 26:27-29). Yahshua prophetically drank the Cup of Redemption of the Passover that foretold of His soon to be crucifixion.
• A person (the leader if you choose) prays: “Blessed are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who has freely given us the gift of the Cup of Redemption. We thank you for the shed blood of Yahshua that open the way between God and man.”
• Everyone drink the third cup. If you so choose, you can toast the Cup of Redemption by clinking glasses and saying: “To life!” or “L’Chaim!”
 SINGING A PASSOVER SONG: Traditionally the Passover Seder concludes with a song and the drinking of the fourth cup for those who have accepted Yahshua (Jesus) as their Lord and Savior, and believe that the Father raised Him from the dead. You can YouTube traditional songs, like Psalms 118:21-24 or Dayenu (“It Would Have Been Enough”). In lieu of the Traditional Jewish Song, Christians can sing “This is the Day that the Lord has made.” Or you can sing a family’s favorite praise song. OR someone can sing a spontaneous song to the Lord.
 DAYENU (“IT WOULD HAVE BEEN ENOUGH”) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTb5rfqc9jo:
If He had brought us out from Egypt, and had not carried out judgments our oppressors – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If He had carried out judgments against our oppressors, and not against their idols them – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If He had destroyed their idols, and had not smitten their firstborn them – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If He had smitten their firstborn, and had not given us the world’s (Egypt’s) wealth – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If He had not given us their wealth, and not split the Red Sea for us – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If He had split the Red Sea for us, and not taken us to dry land – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If He had taken us through the sea on dry ground, and not had it not drowned our oppressors – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If He had not drowned our oppressors, and had not supplied our needs in the desert for 40 years – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If had supplied our needs in the desert for forty years, and had not fed us the manna – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If had fed us manna, and had not given us the Sabbath – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If He had given us the Sabbath, and had not brought us to Mount Sinai – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If He had brought us to Mount Sinai and had not given us the Torah – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
If He had given us the Torah, and had not brought us into the land of Israel – Da Da Yenu Da Da Yenua Da Da Yenua – it would have been enough!
 THE FOURTH CUP:
• A person (the leader if you choose) says: “After the third cup of redemption and singing a hymn, Yahshua and His disciples went to the Mount of Olives” (Matt 26:30).
• “The fourth cup was not drunk by Yahshua the night of His crucifixion. From the Upper Room, Yahshua went outside the city where He spent time in prayer at the Garden of Gethsemane. The name “Gethsemane: means oil press in Hebrew. Since oil symbolizes the Holy Spirit, we can understand this agonizing time of Yahshua counting the cost of His crucifixion allowed the release of God’s Spirit. It was in this garden of being pressed that Yahshua was betrayed and arrested.
• The next morning Yahshua was battered and beat, then taken before Pontius Pilate the governor of Judea at the time. Yahshua was tried, and condemned to being scourged and crucified. The Roman soldiers mocked Him, spit on Him, and beat Him. They struck Him with a heavy leather whip which had small pieces of bone and metal attached to it to tear His skin. The soldier made a crown of thorns and pressed it on His head. “Then they crucified Him, and divided His garments, casting lots, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet… Sitting down, they kept watch over Him there. And they put up over His head the accusation written against Him: THIS IS JESUS THE KING OF THE JEWS” (Matthew 27:35-37).
• The reason that the chief priests were upset and insisted “Do not write, ‘The King of the Jews,’ but, ‘He said, “I am the King of the Jews” (John 19:21). The religious establishment was horrified when they comprehended the mysterious message that Pilate insisted would stand. If we look at the mysterious level of the sign that was nailed above Yeshua’s head on the cross — “Jesus of Nazarath, the King of the Jews” (John 19:19), we receive a message that literally rocked the world. Look with me at the first letters of each word on the sign that was written in Hebrew. It was Yod Hay Vav Hay, which is the Unspeakable Name of God Y-H-V-H. Yod is a picture of a hand. Hay is a picture of an open door & is commonly translated “what comes forth.” And Vav is the picture of an ancient nail. Put these word pictures together and receive the mysterious message that was hanging above Yeshua’s head when He died on the cross: “Salvation & deliverance will come by the nailed hand of God.”
• The fourth cup – the Cup of the Kingdom – is reserved for such a time because this cup is for all who believe as we lovingly obey our Beloved King. Scripture tells us once we accept the gift of the death, burial and resurrection of Yahshua – the gift of salvation by faith through grace – His Kingdom is at hand (Matt 10:7). It is near. It is within you (Luke 17:21). So let us all drink the fourth cup of the Cup of the Kingdom with Yahshua the hope of glory who now resides within us and is unfolding outwardly in this hour.
• A person (the leader if you choose) prays: “Blessed are You, O Lord our God, King of the universe, who has delivered from the power of darkness and conveyed us into the Kingdom of the Son of His love (Colossian 1:13). We are tasting and seeing that the Lord is good in the land of the living, and in the Spirit we see the Son of Man coming in His Kingdom within each one of us (Matt 16:28). We pray that the Son of Man will send out His angels to gather out of His Kingdom all things that offend (Matt 13:41), so we can attend the Wedding Supper of the Lamb (Matt 22:1-14).”
• Everyone drink the fourth cup in honor of His Kingdom come, His will being done, on earth as it is in heaven in you and me. Everyone can toast the Cup of Kingdom by clinking glasses and saying: “To life!” or “L’Chaim!” if the group so chooses.