Easter weekend is just around the corner but there is another exciting holiday coming up as well: Passover. Pastor Benny Hinn on his LoveWorld USA show talks to Pastor Steve Munsey about Christian roots of the modern day Jewish holiday. Pastor Chris Oyakhilome constantly preaches about the importance of Christians to connect to their Jewish origins and the Holy Land, the place where Jesus came from.
Probably the greatest feast say since the very first one when Israel left Egypt. It is the greatest and most powerful holiday since the creation of the world. This is the case because it is the 70th year (since 1948) that Israel has been a nation. The Jewish people have returned, as the Bible described to us in great details through several books. It is described that when the people of Israel return to the land of Israel – that is a sign. We must focus in on that generation.
Now Israel will become 70 years old this Passover. Passover is a spiritual beginning of this year. Everywhere in the Bible when God took his people out of bondage he took them out during Passover. This is a remarkable Passover indeed. The Passover is what brought the Israelites out of Egypt and it was the Passover which brought them into the Promised Land.
“When the most High divided to the nations their inheritance, when he separated the sons of Adam, he set the bounds of the people according to the number of the children of Israel” (Deuteronomy 32:8)
The Holy Land
Meaning, what happens in Israel and what happens to the Jews affects the church and the world. So now something is going to happen with this 70th year of independence for the state of Israel. Think of just the fact that Jerusalem will officially be Israel’s capital in the 70th year.
That is why it is so important to keep your connection with the Holy Land. Pastor Chris will be doing just that this May to experience the origin country of Jesus Christ. Don’t miss out make sure you keep up to date on every event on the official YouTube channel.
Watch the entire interview with Pastor Steve Munsey on the link below: