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  1. Matthew Atwood

    The last supper was NOT a passover meal. They were not eating nor serving lamb during that meal. The last supper took place the night BEFORE Christ death. And Christ died on the day of the passover, to fulfill the feast.
    Fact is, neither the day before passover nor passover are we told to or commanded to eat unleavened bread. And you cant provide a single verse even hinting anywhere in scripture, that we are to use unleavened bread for the passover meal. It isnt until the next day, the start of the 7 day feast of unleavened bread, that eating unleavened bread becomes a requirement.

    And leaven is NOT a representation of sin. Go to strongs concordance and type in leaven, and you’ll actually see many examples where the “leaven of heaven” is referred to. Now if leaven represented sin, do you really think Gid would refer to a chapter in Yorah as the leaven of heaven? The sin of heaven? THERE IS NO SIN IN HEAVEN! leaven represents rising up, ressurection! That’s why Christ was the first fruits. The very command of first fruits in Leviticus 23 tells us that this is the first day we are allowed to eat bread with leaven in it!
    But now you need to understand scripture. Because Moses also said in Exodus 13:7 that absolutely nothing with yeast can be seen among them or be anywhere within their boarders, until the 7 days of unleavened bread are over”!

    Which means, if the feast of firstfruits is a dedication to bread with leaven, and isnt allowed to be dedicated to God through the priests until the day AFTER the sabbath, then the feast of firstfruits CANNOT take place on the 16th of the 1st month. But guess what? Scripture never says that it does! Only traditions of men claim this. The Dead Sea scrolls actually recorded that the feast of firstfruits took place on the day after unleavened bread ended.
    Yes christ was our firstfruits (1 Corinthians 15:20) but nowhere does it say that firstfruits is on the day of his ressurection. The first day that Christ presented himself to ALL of his deciples and the 500 witnesses, was the 23rd day of the month, which was the 1st day of the week according to Luke and Mark, AND the 1st day AFTER unleavened bread ended. Christ presented himself as the waive offering of the first fruits on tje 23rd of the 1st month.

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