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Yahshua Fulfills Pesach

The Scripture is clear that the "Last Supper" was not (and could not have been) the Passover meal. It was a very crucial meal as it was the "covenant-confirming-meal" of the New Melchizedek Contract (the New Covenant), but he wasn't leading the Seder
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Rebekah Garvin

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According to the Scriptures, he did!
Yahshua Fulfills Pesach
A complete study of the Scriptures that lays to rest the
false teaching that the last supper of Yahshua was the Passover meal.

The following is how Passover and the start of Unleavened Bread fell in the year 4028 FC:
Made for:
Yahshua's Melchizedek priests
(his royal priesthood)
During dinner,
Yahshua leads them
in a Melchizedek rehearsal of the
bread & wine (the
New Covenant confirming meal).
He uses leavened bread for this blessing.
"As they were eating
, Yeshua took break, blessed the Most High, and broke
the bread
, and gave it to the disciples, and said, "Take, eat; this is my body." He took the cup and gave thanks again and gave it to them, saying, "Drink all of it for this is the
new covenant
in my blood, which is shed for many for the remission of sins. But I say to you, from this day forward, I
will not drink of the fruit of the vine, until the new day when I drink with you in my Father's kingdom
."

Matt. 26:26-29 (Mark 14:22-25; Luke 22:17-20)
Yahshua prophecies that Kefa will deny him 3 times before the cock crowed that coming morning.
Yahshua tells them to get a sword immediately
One reason this was not the Passover Seder meal was because, taken at face value,
Yahshua would have never told his disciples to go out and sell and buy on the High Sabbath of Unleavened Bread.
This evening, at the start of the 14th day, Yahshua had his
last meal
with the disciples in the upper room they had rented for Unleavened Bread.
During dinner, Yahshua announces one of his disciples will betray him
After dinner
Yahshua washes the disciple's feet showing what his priests would do - serve others.
They leave for the Mount of Olives as they had been doing that week.
Yahshua prophecies they all would be offended because of him this night. Kefa disagrees, saying he will not betray him.
Yahshua teaches his disciples on their way to Gethsemane
Yahshua prays for his disciples
Yahshua prays
in the Olive Press (Gethsemane)
Once they arrived at the Olive Press (Gethsemene) Yahshua asked them to stand watch and pray with him for awhile. His heart was heavy because he knew what was about to happen.
But because the hour of night was very late
Yahshua kept coming back to the disciples and found them sleeping.
Yahshua is arrested in the garden
Yehudas arrives at the garden with a great multitude armed with swords and staves. He kisses Yahshua to betray him. There was the incident of Kefa cutting of the Cohen Gadol's servant's right ear (John 18:10), Yahshua healing it (Luke 22:51) and a young man who fled the scene naked (Mark 14:51-52). Then the captain and officers of the Sanhedrin took Yesahua and bound him.
"As they ate Yeshua said, "Truth I say to you, one of you will betray me... Then Yehudas, which betrayed him, quietly asked, "Master, is it I? " He said to him, "You said it." Matt 26:21-25
(Mark 14:18-21; Luke 22:21-23)
Yeshua warned, "I tell you, Kefa, the cock will not crow this day
[before the sun rises during the 14th day]
, before you will deny three times that you know me." Luke 22:34; John 13:36-38
"Then he said, "Now, whoever does not have a sword, let him take his purse or his bag of provisions, or even sell a garment and buy one .... " Luke 22:36
"In the day time he was teaching in the Temple, and at night he went out and abode in the Mount of Olives." Luke 21:27
The conclusion
of this study will be that:
The start of
the 14th begins with

Throughout the
The
AFTERNOON
There really should be no struggle with understanding that the "last supper" of Yahshua was NOT the Passover meal, because John actually tells us the timing of when this meal took place:

"Now
before the Feast of the Passover
,
Yeshua knew that the hour was come that he should depart out of this world to the Father. He, having loved his own which were in the world, loved them to the very end.
And after [the last] supper had ended
..." John 13:1-2
"When the evening dinner hour was come
(as the 14th commenced, NOT the 15th)
, he reclined with his twelve apostles. He said to them, "With great desire I have desired to eat this [as in "this year's"] Passover with you before I suffer, but I tell you that I will not again eat of the Passover until it is fulfilled in the Kingdom of YHVH." Luke 22:14-16

Mark 14:17; Matthew 26:20
Sitting among the preparations, Yahshua laments that he will not be eating the Passover with them this year.
"
After the [last] supper had ended
, hasatan had already put enmity into the heart of Yehudas ben Shimon of Ascareyotah to betray him. But Yeshua knew that the Father had given all things into his hands, and did not doubt that he came from YHVH, and would go to YHVH. So, he arose from supper, laid aside his garments, and took a towel to clothe himself. Then he poured water into a basin and began to wash the disciple's feet and to wipe them with the towel with which he was clothed." John 13:2-5

Luke 22:24-30; John 13:1-22
Yahshua removes the leaven (Yehudas) from his fellowship BEFORE the Feast of Unleavened Bread
We see this directive that S'haul (Paul) gives the assemblies in 1 Cor. 5. During the Feast of Unleavened Bread we are to remove the leaven (sinful people) from our assemblies. This is what Yahshua taught S'haul and what he practiced this night. If this was the Passover meal then Yahshua would have gotten rid of the "leaven" (Yehudas) the day before.
He teaches them as they lounge at the dinner table after the leaven is gone.
"Do not let your hearts be troubled...the Father dwells in me...the Ruach shall be in you....I am in my Father, you are in me and I am in you... He who has my commandments, and keeps them, is one who loves me...He who does not love me, does not keep my Torah. The Word which you hear me speaking is not my word, but the Torah of the Father who sent me...My peace I give to you... hasatan has no claim on me....I will do what the Father has commanded me to do...." John 14:1-31
"Although all will be offended, yet I will not...." Mark 14:29

"Yeshua said, to them, "All of you shall be offended because of me this night...." Mark 14:27; Matt. 26:31
In Matthew 26:17, the writer used the greek word "azumos" (Greek 106) when referring to
unleavened
bread. Azumos literally means "unleavened" in greek.
"When he came out [from dinner], he went (as he was accustomed) to the Mount of Olives. His disciples followed him." Luke 22:39
"I am the true vine, and my Father is the husbandman...Remain in me, and I will remain in you...Love one another as I have loved you...if I do not go away, the Comforter will not come to you...whatever you ask of the Father in my name, he will give it you...Behold, the hour comes, yes, is now come, that you shall be scattered...and shall leave me alone, yet I am not alone, because the Father is with me..."
John 15:1-16:33
"This is life eternal, that they might know you, the one true Elohim, and Yeshua, the Messiah, whom you have sent....I have declared your name to the men you gave me out of the world...Sanctify them through your truth, your word is truth...I do not pray only for these alone, but for those also who shall believe in me through their word, that they all may be one..."

John 17:1-26
Matt 26:36-46; Mark 14:32-42;
Luke 22:40-46; John 18:1-2
Matthew 26:47-56; Mark 14:43-52; Luke 22:47-53; John 18:3-12
Yahshua was taken
to Annas, the
high priest.
Annas sent Yahshua to his son-in-law, Caiaphas, the Cohen Gadol.
Kefa followed at a distance and sat by the servants and warmed himself by their fire.
John 18:13-14
Matthew 26:57-66; Mark 14:53-64; Luke 22:54; John 18:24
Matt. 26:58; Mark 14:54; Luke 22:54
Kefa denies Yahshua twice in front of the maids while Yahshua is being interrogated
Matt. 26:69-72; Mark 14:66-70;
Luke 22:55-58; John 18:15,18,25
Kefa denies Yahshua the final time in front of the guards and immediately the
cock crows.
Matt.26:73-75; Mark 14:70-72;
Luke 22:59-62; John 18:26-27
Yahshua is blindfolded and beaten
Matt. 26:67-68; Mark 14:65;
Luke 22:63-65
At dawn Yahshua was led into the ruling cohenim's council chamber.
"
As soon as it was dawn [on the 14th day, Pesach]
, the elders of the people and the ruling cohenim and the sages came together, and Yeshua was led into their council chamber. They demanded, "Are you the Messiah? Tell us!" Luke 22:66
(Mark 15:1; Matt. 27:1)
Yahshua is bound and taken to Pilate and the Judgement Hall. His accusers met Pilate in the Stone Courtyard instead of in the Hall.
"It was early when the council members led Yeshua from Caiaphas [in the council chamber] into the Judgement Hall [Praetorian].
But they themselves did not go into the Judgement Hall because they did not want to be defiled and, thereby, unable to eat the Passover.
"
John 18:28-32 (Matthew 27:2;
Mark 15:1; Luke 23:1-2)
This verse alone proves that the supper when Yahshua broke bread, passed the cup and washed their feet was NOT Passover.
This text clearly states the timing of this event (which happened BEFORE the Passover meal). The text clearly states that
Yahshua's accusers did not want to be defiled and thus be unable to participate in the Passover Seder
happening later on that day at twilight (which would be the 15th, the first High Shabbat of the Feast of Unleavened Bread).
"This stated concern by the religious leaders of Israel also firmly establishes the fact that the meal that was eaten the previous evening by Yeshua and his disciples in the Jerusalem townhouse apartment was not the Passover meal." page 240, CKJV
Pilate finds him "not guilty" and sends him to Herod for judgement.
"I find no fault in this man!"
Luke 23:4 (John 18:38; Luke 23:5-7)

"As soon as he [Pilate] knew that he [Yahshua] belonged to Herod's jurisdiction, he sent him to Herod..." Luke 23:5-7
Yahshua is presented before Herod, but Yahshua would not
say a word.
"Herod questioned with him in many words, but Yeshua answered him
not a word." Luke 23:9
Yahshua stays quite while Herod hears the accusations, mocks him and puts a royal robe on him. Herod returns Yahshua to Pilate.
Luke 23:10-12
Both Pilate and Herod give a united "nothing worthy of death" verdict.
Luke 23:13-15
The religious leaders continue accusing him, but Yahshua still says nothing.
Matthew 27:12-14; Mark 15:3-5
For the annual "Passover prisoner pardon program" (pg. 243 CKJV) Pilate offers to release Yahshua or bar Abbas (the murderer). The people choose
bar Abbas.
"Now at the feast [Passover], the governor was disposed to release a prisoner to the people, whomever they desired..." Matt. 27:15
"When Pilate saw that he could not prevail, but rather a tumult was made, he took water and washed his hands before the multitude, saying, "I am innocent of the blood of this just man [Yahshua], do what you will!" Then all the people answered, "His blood is on us, and on our children." Then Pilate released bar Abbas to them. Matt. 27:15-26
(Mark 15:6-15; Luke 23:16-25;
John 18:39-40)
Pilate has Yahshua scourged
Then Pilate delivered Yahshua to be scourged before being crucified.
Matt. 27:26
(Mark 15:15; John 19:1)
Yahshua is then beaten and mocked in the Paetorium by the soldiers.
The soldiers led Yeshua back into the Praetorium, where they called the entire garrison together. They clothed him with purple, and braided a crown of thorns, and put it upon his head. They began to salute him, "Hail, King of the Yehudim!" Then they smote him on the head with a rod, and spit upon him, and bowing their knees, mocked homage to him. Mark 15:16-19
(Matt. 27:27-30; John 19:2-3)
Yahshua is presented to the ruling cohenim and Roman officers. Pilate again finds him "not guilty" for the 3rd and 4th time.
"When the chief and officers saw him, they cried out, "Crucify him! Crucify him!" Pilate retorted, "Then you take him and you crucify him! I find no fault in him!" The religious leaders answered Pilate, "We have a law, and by our law he ought to die – because he made himself the Son of Elohim!" When Pilate heard that, he was terrified." John 19:4-8

Pilate privately confronts Yahshua back in the Judgement Hall and Yahshua refuses to speak until....
Yeshua answered, "You would have absolutely no power against me unless it were given to you from above! But he that delivered me to you bears the greater sin."
John 19:9-11
... Pilate pleads again to release Yahshua, then he proclaims him King.
There is a crucial time marker in this text:

"When Pilate heard their threats, he brought Yeshua forth, and he sat down in the judgement seat in haGabetha, the Stone Courtyard.
It was now the sixth hour before the preparation of the Passover
when he proclaimed to the religious leaders, "Behold! Your King!" But they cried out, "Away with him! Away with him! Crucify him!" Pilate asked, "Shall I crucify your King?" The ruling cohenim answered, "We have no king but Caesar!" John 19:13-15
This text supports the idea that the Passover meal still hadn't happened yet.

The meal Yahshua had with his disciples could not have been the Passover Seder.

From before the cock crows until noon.
Pilate relents due to political threats and gives the crucifixion order.
"Then Pilate delivered Yeshua to the soldier to be crucified."
Luke 23:25 (John 19:16)
Yahshua was too badly mangled to be able to carry his own cross. The soldiers carried it and then they grabbed Shimon to bear his cross. On his way Yahshua speaks to the "daughters of Yerushalayim"
"After mocking Yeshua, the soldier took the robe off from him, put his own garments on him, and led him away to crucify him. As they came out, they found a man of Cyrenia, Shimon by name, whom they compelled to bear his cross." Matt. 27:31-32

(Mark 15:20-21; Luke 23:26-31; John 19:16-17)
Yehudas regrets what he has done and tries to stop the crucifixion.
"Then Yehudas, who had betrayed him, when he saw that Yeshua was condemned, repented and returned the thirty pieces of sliver to the ruling cohenim and elders, saying, "I have sinned in that I have betrayed the innocent blood." They said, "What is that to us? You see to it." He cast down the pieces of silver in the Temple, and departed and went and hung himself [on his sword]."
Matt. 27:3-10
Yahshua arrives at Golgotha (the Skull) and they gave him wine mixed with myrrh, but he refuses.
Matt. 27:33-34; Mark 15:22-23; John 19:17
Yahshua and 2 criminals are crucified at about
9 in the morning on the 14th day of Aviv
.
"After they crucified him, they parted his garments by casting lots for them to determine what every man should take.
It was the third hour that they crucified him.
The inscribed verdict over him read: Yeshua The King of the Jews. Mark 15:24
(Matt. 27:35-38; Luke 23:32-42; John 19:18-24)
Yahshua is mocked by passersby and by the 2 criminals. 1 criminal has a change of heart.
"He saved others, but he cannot even save himself. Let 'Messiah the King of Israel' descend now from the cross so that we may see and believe." Mark 15:30-31

(Mat. 27:39-44; Luke 23:35-37; Mark 15:29-32)
"He said to Yeshua, "Master, remember me when you come into your kingdom." Yeshua said to him, "Truth I say to you today, you shall be with me in paradise." Luke 23:39-43
Just a side note about the state of the dead:

Yahshua was not preaching "we go to heaven when we die" in this interaction. Yahshua could not have promised this criminal that he would see him in Paradise that very day, because "Yeshua was in the grave at the end of that day and remained there three days and nights until just before sunset on the weekly Sabbath; he was NOT in paradise. Depending on the translator's theology, commas were inserted into different translations to yield completely different results...." (pg 251, CKJV). The Scriptures and Yahshua agree that when we die we "sleep" until he resurrects us, some to everlasting life and some to final death.
Darkness over the whole land from
12 - 3 pm.
"Now, from the sixth [noon] hour, there was darkness over all the land until the ninth [3:00] hour." Matt. 27:45 ( Mark 15:33; Luke 23:44-45)
From noon until after the ninth hour (3pm)
Yahshua gives his mother to Yochanan (John) to care for.
"When Yeshaua saw his mother and the disciple whom he loved standing by her, he said to his mother, 'Madam, behold your son!' Then he said to his disciple, 'Behold your mother!' From that time forward, that disciple took her into his own home."
John 19:25-27
Yahshua cries out and quotes Psalms 22 and is misunderstood.
"About the ninth hour (3pm) Yeshua cried with a loud vice in the Holy tongue, "Eli, Eli, lemana azavtani!" (That is to say, "My El, my El, why have you forsaken me!") Some of those standing there said, "This man calls for Helios!"
(a pagan sun god, pg 252 CKJV)
Someone who understood what Scripture Yahshua was quoting (Ps. 22) offered him vinegar on a sponge when he said, "I thirst!"
"Straightway one of them ran, and took a sponge and filled it with vinegar, and put it on a reed, and gave him a drink." Matt. 27:48-49
(Mark 15:36; John 19:28-29)
Yahshua cries out,
"IT IS FINISHED!"
and he died.
"When Yeshua had received the vinegar, he cried, "IT IS FINISHED!" and he bowed his head and gave up the spirit." Matt. 27:50
(Mark 15:37; Luke 23:46; John 19:30)
The earthquake, the Temple veil is torn in two and the graves of the 'Firstfruits' are marked.
"The veil of the Temple was rent in two from the top to the bottom! The earth quaked, the rocks fractured, and the graves of the saints were opened." Matt. 27:51
A side note about First Fruits:


"The graves opening signified that the Firstfruits from the dead were "marked" for the harvest that will occur at the end of the weekly Sabbath, in preparation for the barley Firstfruits offering on Yom haBikkurim....the linking of the opening of the graves, and the resurrection of the Firstfruits, is essential in understanding the fulfillment of Yom haBikkurim..." (pg 255, CKJV)

The Scripture records that it was
Preparation Day before the High Shabbat of ULB
when the soldiers found him dead and therefore did not break his legs like the religous leaders requested.
"Because it was the Preparation, and the bodies should not remain on the cross on the Sabbath day
(
for that Sabbath was a High Day
),
the religious leaders besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away...." John 19:31-34
Again, John's account of the timing is proof that Yahshua was not eating the Passover meal on Tuesday evening, but he actually was the Pesach Lamb -
his death coinciding to the day and hour of the slaughter of the national Passover Lamb rehearsal that had been done for centuries in the Temple.

"Each of the Feasts begin and end with a High Sabbath, regardless the day of the week. John clearly specifies that this day of preparation precedes the High Sabbath of the Feast of Unleavened Bread, which began at sundown on Wednesday that year... only through gross ignorance of the Feasts of YHVH could this stated High Sabbath be mistaken for a regular weekly Sabbath. The casual reader, unlearned in the Torah (the schoolmaster that leads us to Messiah, Gal. 3:24) assumes that any mention of the Sabbath is always referring to the 7th day of the week....The Passover lambs were sacrificed on a Wednesday that year and so was Yeshua." (pg. 256 CKJV)
Soldiers pierced his side. Water and blood poured out and descended through the crack under Yahshua (made in the rock by the earthquake) where his blood annointed the West side of the Ark of the Covenant hidden in Mt. Moriah for this very moment.
"One of the soldiers pierced his side with a spear, and immediately, blood and water came out! He who saw it with his own eyes is the one who bears witness, and his witness is true! He speaks the truth about what he saw, and that is why you can believe him." John 19:34-37
"For a full exegesis on what John saw at the crucifixion and the irrefutable testimony that is in the earth that will be revealed in the last days, one must be aware of the excavations in Mount Moriah and the testimony of the Rabbi Goren, the Chief Rabbi of Israel (deceased) who testified that he had seen the Ark of the Covenant....." (pg 256 CKJV)
"The hiding place for the Ark was prepared by King Solomon, the Ark was hidden by Jeremiah during the siege of Nebuzaradan, and the stone sarcophagus that protected it was prophetically positioned where the shadow picture of the blood atonement could be fulfilled on the day of Yeshua's crucifixion....." (pg 256 CKJV)
As the High Shabbat of Unleavened Bread was approaching, Pilate released Yahshua's body to the rich disciple of Yahshua, Yoseph of Aramathea per his request. He wrapped him in fine linen and buried him in his own new tomb. The ladies watched on.
"When the evening was approaching
["When the even was come], because it was the preparation, that is the day before the High Sabbath of Unleavened Bread..."
Mark 15:42], Yoseph of Aramathea, a rich man who was also Yeshua's disciple, went to Pilate and requested the body of Yeshua, and Pilate commanded the body to be released to him. Yoseph took the body. He wrapped it in a clean linen cloth and laid it in his own new tomb which he had hewn out in the rock. He rolled a great stone over the door of the sepulcher and departed. Miriam of Migdal and the other Miriam the mother of Yaakov and Yoseph] were sitting over against the sepulcher watching him." Matt. 27:57-61
(Mark 15:42-47; Luke 23:50-55; John 19:38)
The Scriptures say that before sunset, Nicodemus and Yoseph come back to the tomb and properly buried him with about 75 lbs of myrrh and aloes. The ladies did not witness this and made plans to purchase and prepare spices on Friday between the Shabbats and then embalm him properly on Sunday.
"Nicodemus (who at the first came to Yeshua by night) also came and brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about a hundred litra. Then Nicodemus and Yoseph took the body of Yeshua and wound it in linen cloth with the spices, as is the proper method for the Yehudim to bury...
They laid Yeshua there because
Passover
preparations
were pending
, and the sepulcher was close at hand."
John 19:39-42
An angel rolls back stone for people to enter. Guards are terrified.
"There was a great earthquake when the angel of YHVH descended from heaven and rolled back the stone from the door, and sat upon it. His countenance was like lightning, and his garments white as snow. The guards quaked for fear of him and they became as dead men." Matt. 28:2-4
While it is still dark, before sunrise on the First Day of the week (Sunday), Miriam comes to the tomb and finds it empty.
"The first day of the week Miriam of Migdal came to the sepulcher early, when it was yet dark, and saw that the stone was taken away from the sepulcher." John 20:1-2
Miriam tells Kefa and Yochanan and they return with her to the tomb.
"They both ran together, and Yochanan outran Kefa and came to the sepulcher first ... He saw, and believed...Then the disciples returned to their home."
John 20:3-10
The disciples leave, but Miriam stays at the tomb (on the first day of the week (Sunday / First Fruits) and she sees the resurrected Messiah, but isn't allowed to touch him.
"Now after Yeshua had risen, early the first day of the week he first appeared to Miriam of Migdal..." Mark 16:9

"Miriam stood outside the sepulcher weeping. As she wept, she stooped down, and looked into the sepulcher, and saw two angels in white...she turned around and saw Yeshua standing there, but did not know that it was him..... Yeshua said to her, "Miriam!" She cried out, Rabboni!" Yeshua said to her, "Do not touch me! I have not yet ascended to my Father. Go to my brothers and tell them that I will now ascend to my Father and their Father, and to my Elohim and their Elohim!" John 20:11-17
Miriam goes back and tells the disciples she had seen him but they do not believe her.
"... yet when they heard that he was alive and had been seen by Miriam, they did not believe." Mark 16:10 (John 20:18)
The new Melchizedek High Priest, Yahshua presents the First Fruit offering before YHVH's throne thus fulfilling Yom haBikkurim.
Understanding the temple services allow us to see the the depth of what the Gospels record about the work of Yahshua. He fulfilled each feast to the day and hour thus, we know that Yahshua performed the wave offering before the throne in heaven on this First Fruits day. We see that he would not allow Miriam to touch him early in the morning (Sunday morning) because he hadn't done his first job as High Priest (which was to wave the First Fruit offering). We see that later he allows Thomas to touch him. Also, Yahshua alludes to his job that day when he was talking to Miriam and said, "Go to my brothers and tell them that I will
now
ascend to my Father and their Father, and to my Elohim and their Elohim!" (John 20:17)
The other women come to the sepulcher to anoint his body, not knowing all that had transpired.
"On the first day of the week, very early in the morning, the women came to the sepulcher bringing the spices which they had prepared....The found the stone rolled away....The angels said to them, "Why do you seek the living among the dead?" He is not here, but is risen!..." Luke 24:1-8
(Mark 16:2-8; Matt. 28:1,5-8)
Yahshua meets the women and said, "YHVH saves you!" They grab his feet and worship him.
"As the women went to tell his disciples, Yeshua met them and said, "YHVH saves you!" They came and held him by the feet and worshiped him. Then said, Yeshua to them, "Fear not. Go tell my brothers to go into the Galilee, and there they shall see me." Matt. 28:9-10
"Miriam of Migdal was not allowed to touch Yeshua earlier that morning, but after the eternal Cohen Gadol (after the order of the Melek Tzadek) presented the Firstfruits of those raised from the grave, all were free to touch him. This act of seclusion was an integral part of the Firstfruits Temple ceremony that was rehearsed each year...." (pg 266 CKJV)
The disciples do not believe the ladies witness account.
"The women returned from the sepulcher, and told all these things to the eleven...but their words seemed to them as idle tales. They did not believe them." Luke 24:9-11
EVENING
NIGHT
of the 14th
MORNING
until TWILIGHT
"As sunset commenced the High Sabbath beginning the Feast of Unleavened bread, Yoseph had to get the body of Yeshua into the grave before the sun set that evening.
This was the point of having the soldiers break the legs of the condemned:
they would suffocate because they could not push up with their legs to get their next breath. then
they could be buried before sundown
." (pg. 257 CKJV)

Sundown meant the first High Shabbat of Unleavened Bread was come. This also proves that the "last supper" was not the Passover meal.

If so, great! Then please continue.

If not, you don't need this study. You've got much bigger issues to deal with.
If you have no idea what I'm talking about you are in deep trouble and better start learning the Truth!
But once you figure those things out then come back :).
The End.

Case closed
:-)
I can confidently say that I have searched the Scriptures and let the Scripture define Scripture and it has led to this conclusion:
Rabbi Yahshua did not eat the Passover meal that year. He was the Passover meal for all time!
At the end of "the acceptable year of YHVH" (Luke 4:19) he wasn't going to EAT the Pesach and talk about it, he was going to
BE the Pesach
!
Study & Prezi by
Isaac & Rebekah Garvin
Teshuvah Ministries
Aviv 28, 6016
(May 6, 2016)
Why is this important for Melchizedek priests to grasp?

Because we are his priests and we want to be teaching what our Messiah actually accomplished.
The timing of his sacrifice was absolutely crucial. He had to fulfill Passover (not in words, but in action)
.
This is the climax of the work of Elohim! This is the point from where all Salvation flows. His is the blood that we mark the door of our hearts with! It is his body we eat and his blood we drink.

The purpose of this study graph is...

To prove that the "last supper" was not the Passover meal.
The timeline of his death lines up exactly with the Egypt Passover timeline and the temple services commanded by YHVH.
I want to show you in the Scriptures how
Yahshua actually was the Pesach Lamb that year.
The Scriptures testify that he was The Pesach Lamb and fulfilled Passover in the year 4028 FC when he kept the vow he made in Genesis 15 to be that Lamb.

In this study, we present lots of Scriptural evidence to lay this issue to rest.


It will take you awhile to get through this prezi, so here we go....
The "last supper" was NOT and could not have been the Passover meal!
This fact in no wise negates the importance of that last meal, for it was the New Covenant confirming meal! But this study is not about that.
A few important things before we start
References / Resources:

Along with common sense and a deep understanding of how the Feasts of YHVH work, the References we used are as follows:

KJV, NIV, CKJV and Strong's Concordance
The Color
RED
:

I'm using the
color red

to point out

where the Scriptures reveal (through timeline or through direct words) for easy reference that shows how:

The "last supper" was indeed just the last meal with his disciples before he became the Pesach Lamb the following day for the Feast of Passover.

The day of the 14th:

When you get to the 14th day (Passover), I have broken that day down into 4 sections in order to see when during that day the events happened.

EVENING –
the time when the "last supper" occured

NIGHT
– when he was betrayed
MORNING
– when he was accused and crucified
AFTERNOON TO TWILIGHT
– when he died and was buried.
This is when he became the Pesach Lamb.


According to YHVH a day is from
evening to evening:

" Elohim called the light "day," and the darkness he called "night." And there was evening, and there was morning – the first day."

Gen 1:5


How to read the graphs that follow:

We have detailed out the individual events of each day during that Passover week. Those events are in chronological order with their Scripture references top to bottom. Additional details are to the side. But don't worry, Prezi will guide you through.
We must agree on a few things:

For you to begin to accept my work and findings here in this study outside of the Scriptures being the standard and Yahshua being the Messiah, we must agree on a few things:

How YHVH reckons a day
That Passover is Aviv 14 (evening to evening... ALL day)
That the lamb is killed (prepared) during the day on Pesach (the 14th) but is eaten at twilight on the 14th as the 15th day commences.
That he had to spend 3 days and 3 nights in the grave before he rose.
We must agree in the one-year ministry of Yahshua (who fulfilled the "one year old lamb without defect" requirement in Ex.12:5.


According to YHVH a day is from
evening to evening:

" Elohim called the light "day," and the darkness he called "night." And there was evening, and there was morning – the first day."

Gen 1:5




According to Yahweh,
Passover is on the 14th:

"On the
fourteenth day of
the first month
Yahweh's Passover
is to be held."


Num. 28:16



According to Yahweh, the Israelites were to
kill the lambs at the end of the 14th day and
eat them that night on the 15th day.

"... take care of them (year old lambs without defect) until the
fourteenth day of the month
(the first month of our year-Ex. 12:2
) when all the people of the community of Israel must
slaughter them at twilight
... that same night they are to eat the meat roasted over the fire, along with bitter herbs, and bread made without yeast."

Ex. 12:5-8



According to YHVH a day is from
evening to evening:

" Elohim called the light "day," and the darkness he called "night." And there was evening, and there was morning – the first day."

Gen 1:5




According to Yahweh,
Passover is on the 14th of Aviv:

"On the

fourteenth day of
the first month

Yahweh's Passover
is to be held." Num. 28:16

This means that all the events that happened on "Passover" (the 14th day) occurred between the sunsets.




According to YHVH a day is from
evening to evening:

" Elohim called the light "day," and the darkness he called "night." And there was evening, and there was morning – the first day."

Gen 1:5




According to Yahweh,
Passover is on the 14th:

"On the

fourteenth day of
the first month

Yahweh's Passover
is to be held."


Num. 28:16



According to Yahweh, the Israelites
were to kill the lambs
at the end of the 14th day and eat them that night.

"... take care of them (year old lambs without defect) until the
fourteenth day of the month
(the first month of our year-Ex. 12:2
) when all the people of the community of Israel must
slaughter them at twilight
... that same night they are to eat the meat roasted over the fire, along with bitter herbs, and bread made without yeast."

Ex. 12:5-8


According to Yahshua, he would be
in the grave for 3 days and 3 nights:

"An evil and adulterous brood seeks after a sign, and there shall no sign be given to you, but the sign of the prophet Yonah. Just as Yonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the great fish, so the Son of Man shall be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth."

Matt. 12:39-40



According to YHVH a day is from
evening to evening:

" Elohim called the light "day," and the darkness he called "night." And there was evening, and there was morning – the first day."

Gen 1:5




According to Yahweh,
Passover is on the 14th:

"On the

fourteenth day of
the first month

Yahweh's Passover
is to be held."


Num. 28:16



According to Yahweh, the Israelites
were to kill the lambs
at the end of the 14th day and eat them that night.

"... take care of them (year old lambs without defect) until the
fourteenth day of the month
(the first month of our year-Ex. 12:2
) when all the people of the community of Israel must
slaughter them at twilight
... that same night they are to eat the meat roasted over the fire, along with bitter herbs, and bread made without yeast."

Ex. 12:5-8


According to Yahshua, he would be
in the grave for 3 days and 3 nights:

"An evil and adulterous brood seeks after a sign, and there shall no sign be given to you, but the sign of the prophet Yonah. Just Yonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the great fish, so the Son of Man shall be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth."

Matt. 12:39-40


According to YHVH & Yahshua (prophesied
by Isaiah), his ministry was the
acceptable YEAR of YHVH.


"The Spirit of Adonai YHVH is upon me, because YHVH has anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; he has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim deliverance to the captives 'and recovering of sight to the blind,' to set at liberty those who are bound, to preach
the acceptable year of YHVH
."

Luke 4:18

We must agree on a few things:

For you to begin to accept my work and findings here in this study outside of the Scriptures being the standard and Yahshua being the Messiah, we must agree on a few things:

How YHVH reckons a day
That Passover is Aviv 14 (evening to evening... ALL day)
That the lamb is killed (prepared) during the day on Pesach (the 14th) but is eaten at twilight on the 14th as the 15th day commences.
That he had to spend 3 days and 3 nights in the grave before he rose.

We must agree on a few things:

For you to begin to accept my work and findings here in this study outside of the Scriptures being the standard and Yahshua being the Messiah, we must agree on a few things:

How YHVH reckons a day
That Passover is Aviv 14 (evening to evening... ALL day)
That the lamb is killed (prepared) during the day on Pesach (the 14th) but is eaten at twilight on the 14th as the 15th day commences.
We must agree on a few things:

For you to begin to accept my work and findings here in this study outside of the Scriptures being the standard and Yahshua being the Messiah, we must agree on a few things:

How YHVH reckons a day
That Passover is Aviv 14 (evening to evening... ALL day)
We must agree on a few things:

For you to begin to accept my work and findings here in this study, outside of the Scriptures being the standard and Yahshua being the Messiah, we must agree on a few things:

How YHVH reckons a day (this is key to this study)
Are we agreed on these points?
Aviv 14
At midnight on the High Shabbat of ULB all the firstborn Egyptians and their animals died.
Do this in the month of the Aviv (the first month of your year)
"Yahovah said to Moses and Aaron in Egypt,
'This month is to be for you the first month, the first month of your year.
Tell the whole community of Israel that on the tenth day of this month each man is to take a lamb for his family... The animals you choose must be year-old males without defect...
take care of them until the 14th day of the month when

all the community of Israel
must slaughter them at twilight
.
Then they are to take some of the blood and put it on the sides and tops of the door frames of the houses where they eat the lambs.
That same night they are to eat the meat roasted over the fire, along with bitter herbs, and bread made without yeast...
it is Yahovah's Passover
. On that
same night I will pass through Egypt and strike down every firstborn ... and I will pass judgement on all the gods of Egypt. I am Yahovah. The blood will be a sign for you on the houses where you are; and when I see the blood, I will pass over you. No destructive plague will touch you when I trike Egypt." Exodus 12:1-13
Passover
Slaughter the lambs on the 14th day at twilight ("between the evenings")
"Take care of them [the lamb] until the fourteenth day of the month, when all the people of the community of Israel must
slaughter them at twilight
." Ex. 12:6
Strong's 6153: In this text "Erev" is used in a dual manner to mean "between the two evenings," i.e. probably between sunset and dark.
"The Passover sacrifice was originally offered "between the evenings" (Ex. 12:6), which most authorities maintain is before sunset in the late afternoon of the fourteenth of the month of the Aviv. " (pg 257 CKJV)
"During the second temple period, Josephus states that more than 250,000 lambs were sacrificed on the Temple mount. This took some time to accomplish, and yet it had to be done in time for the priests to put their lambs in the ovens in the priests chambers, and then go over the Kidron valley bridge to bind ten shocks of aviv barley for the upcoming firstfruits harvest and offering. All this had to be finished before sunset on the fourteenth of the aviv." (pg. 257 CKJV)
They ate roasted lamb, bitter herbs and unleavened bread as the 15th day was commencing and into the night.
The Israelites marked their doorways with the lambs blood so the Destroyer would pass over them.
At midnight Yahovah struck down all the firstborn in Egypt...." Ex. 12:2
Now it is Yahshua's blood on the doorways of our hearts that protect us from the Ultimate Destroyer.
Hint:
Yahshua was murdered "between the evenings" as the priests were preparing their own Pesach lambs.
Now we eat the True Matzah - we eat of the Unleavened One to have life!
On the High Shabbat, Pharaoh lets YHVH's people go!
"
During the night
Pharaoh summoned Moses and Aaron and said, "Up! Leave my people, you and the Israelites! Go, worship Yahovah as you have requested. Take your flocks and herds, as you have said, and go. And also bless me. The Egyptians urged the people to hurry and leave the country. "For otherwise, they said, "we will all die!" So the people took their dough before the yeast was added, and carried it on their shoulders in kneading troughs wrapped in clothing." Ex. 12:31
The Hebrews plunder the Egyptians and they leave Egypt on the High Shabbat
"Celebrate the Feast of Unleavened Bread; for seven days eat bread made without yeast, as I commanded you. Do this at the appointed time in the month of Aviv,
for in that month you came out of Egypt
." Exodus 23:15

"
Commemorate this day, the day you came out of Egypt
, out of the land of slavery... Eat nothing containing yeast. Today, in the month of Aviv, you are leaving...when Yahovah brings you into the [Promised Land]..... you are to observe this ceremony in this month..." Exodus 13: 3-7
Overview of
Passover instructions
and Yahshua's fulfillment of them

Yahovah's Passover
instructions
to the Hebrews
Choose a perfect one-year old lamb for you household on the 10th day of Aviv
Slaughter it at twilight on Aviv 14 (before sunset on the 14th at the start of the 15th day, not on Aviv 13 at the start
of the 14th)
Eat matzah and bitter herbs with the roasted lamb that night (as the 14th day fades into the 15th
day).
The Jews in
4028 FC were rehearsing Passover in the month of
Aviv as commanded by YHVH in the
Torah.
"For I, Yahweh, do not change;
therefore you, O sons of Jacob, are not consumed.

Malachi 3:6

"Do not think that I have come to destroy the Torah, or the prophets.
I did not come to destroy, but to fulfill.
" Truth I say to you, till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the Torah till all be fulfilled...." Matt. 5:17-18
Yahovah's Passover
instructions
did not change
Yahshua was the "one-year old" Lamb found without defect ("I find no fault in him!
–Pilate")
He was
killed "between the evenings" on Aviv 14th (Pesach) and put into the grave as the 15th day (ULB) was commencing)
The Unleavened One was broken (as the 14th day faded into the 15th day), so that we could
eat of him and
have life!
Did Yahshua
fulfill YHVH's instructions for Passover?

Absolutely!
Here's an overview:
Timeline of the Egypt Passover
Aviv 15
Unleavened Bread (a High Shabbat)
"Take a bunch of hyssop, dip it into the blood in the basin and put some of the blood on the top and on both sides of the door frame. ...When Yahovah goes through the land to strike down the Egyptians, he will see the blood on the top and sides of the door frame and will pass over that doorway, and he will not permit the destroyer to enter your houses and strike you down.'" Ex. 12:21-23
"That same night they are to eat the meat roasted over the fire, along with bitter herbs, and bread made without yeast..." Ex. 12:8
The Scripture's record of how Yahweh told the Hebrew slaves to keep Passover the night of the 10th plague.
The Scripture's record of the events of that night when they received their freedom.
Aviv 12
Sunday evening to Monday evening
Aviv 12
Two days before Passover

Aviv 13
(the day before Passover) was Monday evening to Tuesday evening

Aviv 14
(Passover) was Tuesday evening to Wednesday evening

Aviv 15
(First day of Unleavened Bread, a High Shabbat) was Wednesday evening to Thursday evening
Yahshua's sacrifice lines up perfectly with the timeline of Yahweh's Passover of Exodus 12 and the temple services that happened like clockwork for over 1,000 years. The timing of his sacrifice proves that Yahshua was not partaking in the Passover meal during the "Lord's Super," but instead actually WAS the Pesach meal that always happens at the end of Passover as the 15th commences.
Timeline of Yahshua's Passion week and when Passover fell in the "acceptable year of Yahweh" in 4028 FC
Aviv 13
Monday evening to Tuesday evening
Aviv 13

The day BEFORE Passover

Yahshua must
fulfill Passover by being the actual Pesach Lamb

Aviv 14-Passover
Tuesday evening to Wednesday evening
Aviv 14
Passover

Aviv 15
Wednesday evening to Thursday evening
Aviv 15
The day AFTER Passover and
the first day of Unleavened Bread–a High Shabbat

Aviv 16
Thursday evening to Friday evening
Aviv 16
The 2nd day of Unleavenend Bread,
Preparation day before the weekly Shabbat

Aviv 13
Friday evening to Saturday evening
Aviv 17
The 3rd day of Unleavened Bread,
the Weekly Shabbat & the Resurrection

Aviv 13
Saturday evening to Sunday evening
Aviv 18
The 4th day of Unleavened Bread and
the Feast of First Fruits

"Celebrate the Feast of Unleavened Bread, because it was
on this very day
that I brought your divisions out of Egypt." Exodus 12:17
Because the lamb is sacrificed and eaten at twilight on the 14th, they ate the Passover meal as the 15th day started.
On Aviv 12 Yahshua states that
he will be betrayed in 2 days
"Now the
Feast of Unleavened Bread drew near
, which is also called the Passover." Luke 22:1

"When Yeshua had finished all these sayings, he said to his disciples,
"You know that in two days it is the Passover and the Son of Man will be betrayed to be crucified."
Matt. 26:1-2

"After two days was the Passover and the Feast of Matzah (Unleavened Bread)."
Mark 14:1
Sometime between Aviv 9 and the afternoon of the 14th, the disciples
BEGAN
preparations for Passover and the feast of Unleavened Bread
Passover preparations take many days to carry out, but all preparations must be done by sunset on the 14th - commencing the 15th day, the High Shabbat of Unleavened Bread.
"At the beginning of the preparations (
protos*
)
for Unleavened Bread, when they prepared
to sacrifice the Passover...."

Mark 14:12; Matt 26:17; Luke 22:7
"The KJV inaccurately translated the Greek text concerning "the
protos
of the Feast of Unleavened Bread" as the
first day
of the feast of Unleavened Bread...

The "first day of the feast [of Unleavened Bread]" is the 15th day of the month of the Aviv –
which would mean that they had already missed the Passover Seder if they were preparing for it on the 1st day of Unleavened Bread...

The
protos – beginning of the preparations
for Unleavened Bread - is the situation of which Yeshua spoke. It takes several days to prepare for the Passover Seder." Pg 221 (CKJV)
On Aviv 13 Judas agrees to betray Yahshua for 30 pieces of silver
"Then one of the twelve, called Yehudas [ Judas ] from [ the village of ] Ascareyotah, went to the ruling cohenim and asked them, "What will you give me to deliver him to you?" They covenanted with him for thirty pieces of silver, and from that time he sought opportunity to betray him."
Matt 26:14 (Mark 14:10; Luke 22:3)
I have broken down the day of Yahshua's Passover (Aviv 14) into 4 sections to help us understand what transpired throughout the entire day. It is a little confusing with the way a day is reckoned (evening and morning), but I hope this helps...

"John's narrative shows repeatedly that the last supper occurs the evening before the Passover.

The following events occur during the last supper which, according to the Gospel narrative, occurs after sunset on Tuesday, which is the beginning of the 14th day, exactly 24 hours
BEFORE
the Passover meal is eaten.

We can not throw out the Scriptures which contradict our preconceived notions of what we want to believe about the last supper. We can desire for Yeshua to be eating the Passover Seder with his disciples so that our comfortably held understanding can be maintained, but everyone of the Gospel authors is giving an accurate account of the transpiring events, just as they were moved by the Ruach Kodesh. Only by treating each account as a sacred viewpoint and then synchronizing these records with the whole of Scripture can we get the entire picture of the events surrounding the fulfillment of Passover as it was prophetically rehearsed from the time we left Egypt through the second Temple period." Page 225, CKJV
Guards were stationed at the tomb on the High Shabbat.
"
On the day that followed the day of the preparation
[for the High Shabbat]
the ruling cohenim and Prushim came together and went to Pilate, saying....So they went, and made the sepulcher sure, sealing the stone and setting a watch [Roman Seal].
Matt. 27:62-66
The "
day that followed the day of the preparation" would have been the High Shabbat of Unleavened Bread.
The Passover meal was eaten as the 15th day (the High Shabbat of ULB) commenced. Yahshua was being taken off the cross and prepared for the grave as the Pesach meal was being finalized and ready to serve.
Ladies purchase and prepare embalming oils (not knowing that the guys already did it)
"When the High Sabbath was past, Miriam of Migdal, Miriam the mother of Yaakov, and Salome bought sweet spices, so that they might come and anoint him."
Mark 16:1 (Luke 23:56)
The ladies rest over the weekly Shabbat before going to the tomb on the first day of the week.
"After the women had purchased and prepared spices and ointments [on the 6th day] they rested on the weekly Sabbath day according to the commandment." Luke 23:56
After he resurrects the 144,000 of Rev. 14:4 whose graves were marked at Pesach come alive to become the Melchizedek First Fruits offering our new High Priest, Yahshua would wave before YHVH the following day to fulfill Yom ha'Bikkurim.
"After his resurrection, the bodies of many saints who slept arose, and came out of the graves, and went into the Holy city and appeared to many." Matt. 27:52-53
Yahshua resurrects immediately at the end of his "3 days and 3 nights in the grave." This occured at the end of the weekly Shabbat.
Yahshua didn't fulfill Passover by sitting around a table talking about it.
He did it!


The Messiah HAD to fulfill Passover to the very day and hour - and he did!
The "cup" he asked YHVH to let pass from him:

Becoming the actual Pesach Lamb was the "cup" that Yahshua was so grieved over in the garden.

To say that he was lounging around a table eating the Pesach is to ignore the proof the Scriptures give that he actually WAS the Pesach meal that year and for all time. It misses the importance of the Feasts as shadow pictures.

W
e must be unified in this truth and then get on to other things!
It is crucial to understand when the 14th day starts and when the 15th day starts to understand this debate over whether or not the last supper was the Pesach meal.
A day starts at sunset.
It is crucial to understand that Aviv 14th (Passover) is a work day and that the meal wasn't eaten until the end of that day as the 15th day was commencing.
Put the
blood on your doorposts to live
Now we can
choose to put Yahshua's blood on the "doorposts of our hearts" so the Destroyer will
pass-over us.
Now we are going to look a little closer at:

1) The original Passover and YHVH's instructions for it.

2) The timeline of Yahshua's sacrifice and see if they all line up
(hint: they do!)
Remember:

Everything you see in
red
teaches us when Yahshua's last meal actually took place.

Remember the point of this study is to answer the question once-and-for-all:
Did Yahshua's last supper with the guys start at twilight of the 13th day and go into the the day of Passover (which starts at sunset of the 13th day)?

Or was this meal at twilight of the 14th day at the end of Passover as the Feast of Unleavened Bread was approaching?

The Scriptures tell us!
THIS IS KEY:
13th
14th
15th
Passover
The first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread starts
(a High Shabbat)
The day before Passover
Starts at
sunset
Starts at
sunset
Starts at
sunset
If you didn't catch that - the lambs were to be slaughtered late in the afternoon of the 14th day of Aviv (Passover).
Yahshua is slaughtered late in
the afternoon of the 14th day of
Aviv (at the end of the work day of Passover)
Now please tell me how could he have been lounging around the dinner table partaking in the Passover Seder while he is being executed?
Or tell me, how would he have fulfilled the Feast if he had died on the following day (the 15th? The first day of Unleavened Bread? A High Shabbat?)

It makes no sense to someone who understands what the Feasts were for (shadow pictures of things to come) and how the Feasts work.
If you don't understand how the Feasts of YHVH work, then you've got a lot of studying and applying to do quickly before the King returns and finds you lacking in this crucial area of obedience and understanding!
The Feast of Passover centers around how important it was for the Hebrews to slaughter the lamb and put its blood on the doorposts of their home. This blood sign protected them from YHVH's judgement on the Egyptians that night.

Because they sacrificed the lamb on the work day of the 14th (Passover) they had the required blood for that night's judgement (that happened during the 15th day). They didn't have the blood on the 13th nor did they have the blood on the 15th. It wasn't to be killed on the 13th nor was any to be left of it on the 15th. Nothing was to be kept until morning. They killed and put the blood of the lamb on their homes on the 14th day and ate it with bitter herbs and matzah at the beginning of the 15th day. We now call this meal, the Passover Seder.

Passover is a shadow picture of what would be:

We see that it was the same with the blood of The Lamb (Yahshua's, the better blood and once-for-all-time blood). It did not anoint the Ark of the Covenant on the 13th day nor on the 15th day. He was slaughtered and his blood anointed the Ark of the Covenant at the end of the 14th day ("between the evenings"). Yahshua's blood is what protects us from the ultimate Destroyer, ha'Satan. His blood applied to our hearts forces the Destroyer to "pass over" us and at the same time allows the Ruach ha'Kodesh to come in to live there in order to move us to obey. But it wasn't available for us to put on the door frames of our hearts until the end of the 14th day! It wasn't available to us on the 13th day. And it wasn't provided on the 15th day. It was given on the 14th day. His blood is good for all time, yes, but it wasn't available to humanity until the end of Aviv 14, 4028 FC.


(This shows us that the day after
the 14th, Passover is the start of Unleavened Bread, the 15th)
It is crucial to remember
how Yahweh reckons a day:

The day starts with sunset!

"evening and morning" make a day.

Yahweh would never have allowed Yahshua to be slaughtered on a High Shabbat! He would have accomplished "his work" on a work day.
Passover has always been a work day
(all the lambs were slain on that day.)
This is where people get tripped up. He is NOT looking at the Passover meal on the table and saying that he'll eat it tonight, but not eat it again until it is fulfilled in his Father's Kingdom.

He is looking at the PREPARATIONS that are in process FOR the Passover meal to happen the next night and lamenting that he won't be eating it with them.

He knows he will BE the meal.
He's trying to get the disciples to understand that he will BE the fulfillment of the Feast (Passover). He's emphatic that he will NOT be eating of it the next day. He's trying to tell them that the Lamb has come to be the sacrifice for all time!
Just a few verses later in Matt. 26:26 the writer chooses a different word "artos" (Greek 740) to describe the bread Yahshua uses for the New Covenant confirming meal. "Artos" means
loaf
. A loaf of bread. Regular bread.
A loaf implies leaven
. You can not make a "loaf" without yeast. Flatbread (matzah) is not a loaf. No one would ever describe matzah as a "loaf."

The bread Yahshua held in his hands was bread made with yeast.
There is no way that the disciples and Yahshua would have been eating leavened bread during this meal if it was actually the Passover.
This alone proves that this was NOT and could not have been the Seder meal, but simply the last meal Yahshua had with his disciples.
"When Yeshua dipped the sop, he gave it to Yehudas from Ascareyotah, the son of Shimon, and after the sop, hasatan entered into Yehudas. Then Yeshua said to him, "That which you do, do quickly."...When Yehudas had left the house, Yeshua said, "now the Son of Man will be glorified, and YHVH will be glorified in him...." John 13:23-35
It is crucial to understand how the feasts work to understand what Yahshua is and is not saying here. The first day of Unleavened Bread (which starts with the Passover meal) is a High Shabbat. Every shop would have been closed if this really was the night of the Passover Seder. Because they were not eating this meal on a High Shabbat, come morning they could still get a sword as shops might still be open on the work day of Pesach.
Cocks (roosters) crow at or a little before daybreak. Therefore, we know that everything preceding this happened before and near dawn of the 14th day (Wednesday morning).
Why did the religious leaders not want to go into the Judgement Hall that day?

Here again is evidence that the "last supper" was not the Passover meal.

It was so that they would not become defiled for the Passover meal. IT EVEN SAYS IT RIGHT IN THE TEXT....
On a side note:

"This incident with Pilate did not transpire at the sixth hour of the day (about noon) as is incorrectly read into the KJV, but six hours before the sacrifice of the lamb. Mark 15:25 pinpoints the time of the crucifixion as the third hour (09:00) while Matthew, Mark, and Luke reported that there was darkness over all the land from the sixth hour (12:00 to the ninth hour (15:00).
This incident occured about (hosei - nearing but having not reached) six hours before the sacrifice of the national Passover lamb...
"... - it was nearing, but had not yet reached the third hour (09:00). By the third hour, the Passover lamb must have received the final inspection of the four day ritual by the Cohen Gadol, who then pronounces, "I find no fault in him." pg. 246 CKJV
All these things had to happen on Passover before the Seder. As you look at the events happening to Yahshua here it is very clear that it did not happen the day before the last supper that most people claim was the Passover meal.

Can't you see from the way things are transpiring that he is becoming the ACTUAL Passover Lamb?
Yahshua was the First Fruit among men (1 Cor. 15:23). But also, as the newly-made Melchizedek High Priest (who was going to be fulfilling the Feast of First Fruits in a few days and operating as the High Priest in the new order) he was going to need a first fruits wave offering to wave before YHVH. This wave offering was the job of the High Priest. Therefore, as Revelation implies, the Melchizedek High Priest, Yahshua waved 12,000 people from each tribe before YHVH on the day of First Fruits after his Resurrection.
Revelation makes it clear that the graves of these saints [that were marked at Yahshua's death and then resurrected with him 3 days later] are the 144,000: "But no one could learn that song except the hundred and forty-four thousand, who were redemed from the earth....
they were redeemed out from among men, being the Firstfruits to YHVH and to the Lamb
." Rev. 14:3-5

Again, the text itself confirms that Passover had not yet arrived at the time of the
"last supper."
We must agree on a few things:

For you to begin to accept my work and findings here in this study outside of the Scriptures being the standard and Yahshua being the Messiah, we must agree on a few things:

How YHVH reckons a day
That Passover is Aviv 14 (evening to evening... ALL day)
That the lamb is killed (prepared) during the day on Pesach (the 14th) but is eaten at twilight on the 14th as the 15th day commences.
That he had to spend 3 days and 3 nights in the grave before he rose.
We must agree in the one-year ministry of Yahshua (who fulfilled the "one year old lamb without defect" requirement in Ex.12:5.


According to YHVH a day is from
evening to evening:

" Elohim called the light "day," and the darkness he called "night." And there was evening, and there was morning – the first day."

Gen 1:5




According to Yahweh,
Passover is on the 14th:

"On the

fourteenth day of
the first month

Yahweh's Passover
is to be held."


Num. 28:16



According to Yahweh, the Israelites
were to kill the lambs
at the end of the 14th day and eat them that night.

"... take care of them (year old lambs without defect) until the
fourteenth day of the month
(the first month of our year-Ex. 12:2
) when all the people of the community of Israel must
slaughter them at twilight
... that same night they are to eat the meat roasted over the fire, along with bitter herbs, and bread made without yeast."

Ex. 12:5-8


According to Yahshua, he would be
in the grave for 3 days and 3 nights:

"An evil and adulterous brood seeks after a sign, and there shall no sign be given to you, but the sign of the prophet Yonah. Just Yonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the great fish, so the Son of Man shall be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth."

Matt. 12:39-40


According to YHVH & Yahshua (prophesied
by Isaiah), his ministry was the
acceptable YEAR of YHVH.


"The Spirit of Adonai YHVH is upon me, because YHVH has anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; he has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim deliverance to the captives 'and recovering of sight to the blind,' to set at liberty those who are bound, to preach the acceptable year of YHVH."

Luke 4:18

AN IMPORTANT QUOTE AS WE BEGIN LOOKING AT THE EVENTS OF THE 14TH DAY
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Now there should be a study to go over why the "last supper" was important and what Yahshua was accomplishing with it. Perhaps another time :-)
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