On the seventh day of the Passover feast Rabbi brings a word out of Deuteronomy 8: 1-20, encouraging the congregation to remember the Lord who has brought us out of the wilderness. Explaining that as the new generation of Israelites prepared to enter the Promise Land they had to remove the wilderness mentality from off their mind. Just like the Israelite children, as we prepare to Passover during this season, it is important to remember where we come from so that we can move into the Third Day. More importantly still, it is imperative that we do not loose sight of the God who has brought us safely to this point and time. If we do not heed His instruction, in this strategic Moed of the Lord, we are sure to allow our soul to lead us into destruction. The service closes with a review of the decrees that were made at the Passover Seder, and declarations are made to remove the spirit of oppression that had tried to come during this key time of activation.
-“You will get a return based on the condition of the soil in which you sow.”
-Firing the fear gun vs. the faith gun
-Correction is the friend of the righteous