Wow… We had one of the best Pesach dinners this year. It was such a blessing! We used a Messianic Passover Haggadah and my boys (husband included) not only read the English, but read and sang the Hebrew! Oh My Goodness! Really! Those that have been with me during our time with Beth Yeshua, you know I cry every single time I see non-Jewish believers singing the Torah portion and then this. THIS. It was so touching and beautiful! I am so thankful my entire family is convinced of the Messianic path and that we walk out our faith!
I neglected to take pictures of each individual dish for the recipes, so please forgive me. I wasn’t thinking about posting the recipes until today. I’m still learning this blogging thing
This Charoset recipe was adapted from What Jew Want To Eat
This Brisket recipe was adapted from Food Network
If this is your first Pesach and you are not sure how to have a Seder, see this post with a Passover workshop and the Messianic Haggadah we used. Be sure to note that each day during the Feast are different readings, you can find those in that post as well.
One final note, we have so much fun hiding the Afikoman. If you have children, don’t skip this part. My boys look forward to this all year long and ask David to hide matzah for the rest of this Feast.
I pray your Pesach is a blessing! And remember that it is not so important to do it “right” but to have the desire to honor Abba. So, don’t worry too much about having everything just perfect.
Chag Pesach Semeach!