Messianic Pesach Guide

Pesach Guide Cover This four page Messianic Pesach Guide (Passover Guide) provides a quick over-view about this Biblical Feast Day and why we observe and celebrate it today. It is not a Haggadah but a search on the internet will provide many traditional Jewish Passover Haggadahs and you can find Messianic versions also.

Pesach, pronounced pay-sock, is the Hebrew word for Passover. Our guide provides a condensed history of this memorable event and includes Scripture references for the Exodus account and the references in the Brit Chaddashah (Renewed Covenant or New Testament).

You will be able to say the traditional Jewish prayer, Shechecheyanu,  using the transliterated Hebrew with English translation provided.

The guide includes the transliterated Hebrew blessings (with English translation) for:

  • Kiddush – the fruit of the vine (wine)
  • Matzot – the unleavened bread, Matzah
  • Moror – the bitter herb
  • Zroah – the roasted shank bone from a lamb

Learn which Psalms Yahshua and his talmadim (disciples) likely sang at the Passover meal referred to as the Last Supper.

This Messianic Pesach Guide is a handy addition to your families passover celebration and makes a good gift to share with your Messianic Seder guests.

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We hope you enjoy this guide and find it useful.



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  1. Thank you, I like the simplicity of it. We have been studying and preparing for our first Passover celebration at home. But, I was getting a little overwhelmed, and knew this was not the way to go about celebrating, so thank you for sharing how you go about it.

    • Hi Katie: Thank you for your kind words 🙂 Go to my Passover Posts page and you will find a large list of many links that can give you lots of ideas and inspiration. There are some of my favorite recipes for Pesach too! I will be sharing about celebrating Passover this week on Messianic Lamb Radio, on the Remnant Radio Show. It airs on Thursday, March 14th at 5 PT, 6 MT, 7 CT, 8 ET. Here is the link where you can listen to the LIVE show or listen to the archived show later. May Yah bless you and your family this Passover season.

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