August 20, 2022 | The Feasts of Israel: Unleavened Bread

The Feast of Unleavened Bread

Dig into the feasts of Israel with us! We’re learning about the Feast of Unleavened Bread on this week’s show. As its name suggests, this biblical holiday involves removing all the leaven, or yeast, from a person’s home. Jewish people today do this on the week of Passover, a reminder of God’s deliverance of them from Egypt.

Yeast is a powerful symbol. It’s a reminder that God delivered His people in haste, just as He grants us salvation immediately when we call on Him. Jesus and Paul both used the symbol of yeast to teach us about our own sin. Their teaching helps us learn how to take our walk with our Savior seriously as we aim to draw closer to Him. Find new meaning in the Feast of Unleavened Bread this week!



Apples of Gold: It is Possible if God Wills It

Zvi recounts a time when he was invited to a bar mitzvah. While celebrating with a friend, an opportunity also came up to continue a conversation about Christ with a few Orthodox men Zvi had spoken to previously. Although his listeners weren’t initially open to hearing about Jesus, Zvi was joined by an older man who wasn’t like the others.  Listen to how Zvi shared his faith with these men and how the older man brought a new perspective to the conversation.


The Friends of Israel Today and Apples of Gold theme music was composed and performed by Jeremy Strong.

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Comments 2

  1. I’ve made friends with a Rabbi, who has put thoughts in my head about the beliefs of Judaism, I’m very confused please help me

  2. Does the Bible command Christians/New man in Christ to celebrate the Feast of Unleavened Bread? Please clarify Hosea chapter 2 verse 11 in light of the ” Jewish spring cleaning ” ritual and make the parallel with your preaching. Thank you

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