The Significance of the Feast of Unleavened Bread for Believers in Lord Jesus Christ

Hi all , I trust you are all having a blessed Passover 🙂🙏 I have prepared this presentation below as a guideline to observing the feast. I pray that this blesses you ❤❤

Leaven or yeast is a symbol of sin. Unleavened bread has no leaven to puff it up, thus it’s flat. We see that the next step in God’s plan or fulfilling of this feast is to remove sin from our lives. Sin is like leaven , it makes us proud and puffs us up. The flat bread symbolises being humble.

For me the other significance is that I also remove that which hinders my walk with God, e.g. getting rid of incorrect beliefs, habits etc. And reflecting on that. Getting rid of things I have come to learn through my deliverance journey like physical things that can hinder my walk which include cursed objects. Recently, I made a post on some of the symbols I learnt were infact satanic through a documentary with John Todd.

I do believe that sometimes and given how things are set up in the world, you may be working on a Sabbath etc, you may not be able to physically remove all the leaven from your house, or you live in a house where not everyone observes the feasts. I would try to ensure my room at least has no leaven.🙏 However , I do believe that our Heavenly Father sees and acknowledges all our efforts and that we should try our best to keep the feasts. ❤🙏

May you have a blessed feast of Unleavened bread 🎉🎉🎉!!

Author: Rhista

I am passionate about Lord Jesus Christ and I have been deeply touched by my experiences with Him and would love to share my testimony along with others to encourage people and to build their faith.

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