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, also known as the Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the Jewish year. Listen now as Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein talks about the Jewish perspective of repentance.
Check out this PowerPoint that takes you through the story of the Exodus and the first Passover
, and how Passover
is celebrated today.
The Bible writes that as Pharaoh's heart was hardened by God and time and time again, he refused to let the Jewish people leave Egypt to travel to the land promised to them by God. See what the lesson of Pharaoh's life teaches us today about the consequences of the decisions we make.
Rabbi Eckstein talks about the ritual meal, the Seder
, which is central to the Passover
Download this brief primer to learn more about the ancient customs and rituals associated with the Seder
meal at Passover.
Yael Eckstein shares her reflections on the Passover
Rabbi Eckstein explains how the strict preparations for celebrating Passover
are biblically rooted.
Rabbi Eckstein continues his teaching on Passover
by recounting the Exodus story.
Find out how many Passover
words you know!
Complete this crossword puzzle using words found in story of the first Passover
Download our free coloring book all about the Seder
See how many words you can find from the story of the Exodus and Passover.
Follow this easy-to-use guide to have a Seder
in your home with your friends and family.
In this brief video, Rabbi Eckstein explains about the significance of Passover
for Christians and Jews.
Want to know more about Passover
story? Download our free easy-to-read story.
Lesson 2 of our Passover Bible studies looks at how God hardened Pharaoh's heart to Moses' request to let God's people go.
Expand your understanding of the Passover
celebration and its significance not only to the Jewish faith, but also to the Christian faith, through our three Bible studies.
In Lesson 3 of our Passover Bible studies, learn more about the very first Passover and how God's people responded in faith.
Learn more about the Passover
observance from insights and devotional thoughts from Rabbi Eckstein's book, Holy Days of Israel.
Yael Eckstein explains about the various components that make up the Passover
table in this brief video.
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