Passover Lamb & Blood on the Doorposts & Lintel

Now YHVH said to Moses, “One more plague I will bring on Pharaoh and on Egypt; after that he will let you go”…. God said, “This month shall be the beginning of months for you…Take a lamb…for each household” (Exd.11-12). The lamb had to be a male lamb. It could not have any spot, blemish or defect. This means the lamb could have no crooked teeth, no defective ear or an eye, no disease, no club foot, nor a broken leg. The lamb was to be perfect, without blemish.

The selection of the lamb was done on the 10th day of the 1st month, according to the Scripture (Exodus 12:3). Each family was to keep the lamb in their home for four days, inspecting the lamb to make sure there was no blemish. I’m sure all the children loved having that lamb in their home.

Then on the day of preparation, on the day the lamb was to be slaughtered and prepared, on Passover – the 14th day of the 1st month of God’s Biblical Calendar – the family went outside and the father sacrificed the lamb.

Lambs are silent before their shearers. Lambs are silent when they are sacrificed (Isaiah 53:7). Lambs don’t cry out or squirm. That’s the way God made lambs…so gentle and meek. They are not like pigs. Have you ever tried to hold. a pig? Pigs squeal and cry …but a lamb will not make a sound.

On Passover, the 14th day of the 1st month, the lamb’s blood was put on the doorpost and the lintel of the home. The lamb- the innocent lamb- died as a substitute sacrifice so the first born would not die.

The innocent lamb died instead of the firstborn. The lamb’s blood was applied so death would “pass over”. Do you think the children cried when the innocent lamb died?

Yeshua, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world

Yeshua was perfect. He is the only man who has ever lived who was perfect…the only man who never sinned. He was the perfect lamb… the Lamb of God chosen by the Father. When the prophet, John the Baptist, saw Yeshua… he declared Yeshua was “the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world” (John 1:29).

Yeshua came to Bethany six days before Passover. He had Shabbat dinner on Friday night with Lazarus & his sisters. The next day He rode into Jerusalem on a colt on the 10th day of the 1st month of God’s Biblical Calendar. It was the day the Passover lambs were selected.



The whole crowd of disciples began to praise God and shout joyfully: “BLESSED IS HE WHO COMES IN THE NAME OF THE LORD” …but there were others who did not recognize the time of visitation. He was the LAMB OF GOD chosen by the Father. The Sadducees & Pharisees “inspected” Him for four (4) days…but they could not find any fault in Him. Then they turned Him over to Pilate…but Pilate said, “I find no guilt in Him… I find no guilt in Him… Take Him yourselves and crucify Him, for I find no guilt in Him” (John 18:38;19: 4-6). Yeshua was the spotless Lamb.

Yeshua, the Lamb of God, was hung on a wooden stake on Passover.

It was the 14th day of the 1st month of the Biblical Calendar and YHVH provided His Son, Yeshua. The LAMB OF GOD hung on a wooden stake on the Mount in Jerusalem, the place called “YHVH will provide” (Gen 22:14).

Yeshua was crucified at Passover. It was the Appointed Times of YHVH.

And when the priest was offering the Passover lamb, the substitute sacrifice… It was at this same time… that Yeshua looked up to heaven and said, “It is finished”. The innocent LAMB OF GOD died as the substitute sacrifice at 3pm in the afternoon.

YHVH had given specific instructions:
“your lamb shall be a male…without blemish” (Exd.12:5). “you are not to break a bone of it” (Exd12:46).

Yeshua – the LAMB OF GOD- was without blemish, without sin. Yet, as it is written, “The LORD has caused the iniquity of us all to fall on Him. He was oppressed and He was afflicted,

Yet He did not open His mouth; Like a lamb that is led to slaughter…He had done no violence,

Nor was there any deceit in His mouth” (Isa.53:6-7).

Not one of the bones of the Passover lamb was to be broken. And so, too, with Yeshua, the LAMB OF GOD. None of His bones were broken. “So the soldiers came… when they saw that He was already dead, they did not break His legs. But one of the soldiers pierced His side with a spear…For these things came to pass to fulfill the Scripture, “Not a bone of Him shall be broken” (John 19:33-36).

Read what God spoke through the prophets – hundreds of years before it ever happened. Yeshua also told about these events before they occurred.

Concerning His Death
Matt 26:21
Yeshua told disciples that one would betray
Matt 26:47-4
Matt 26:34
Yeshua says Peter would deny Him
Matt 26:74-75
Zech 11:12
Thirty pieces of silver would be paid
Matt 26:15
Jer 18:1-4
to betray the Messiah
Matt 27:9
Isaiah 53:3
He was despised and rejected
John 19:15
Isaiah 53:5
He was wounded for our transgressions
John 19:18
Isaiah 53:5
With His stripes we are healed
John 19:1
Isaiah 53:7
As a lamb led to the slaughter…silent
John 19:9
Psalm 22:18
They gambled for His garments
Matt 26:35
Exodus 12:46
Not one bone shall be broken
John 19:36
Psalm 34:20
God guards over all His bones, not one broken

It was God’s plan from long ago that Yeshua would be crucified and die for the sin of all people. He’s the “Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world”.

Did Satan defeat God when Yeshua was crucified on the cross? No. It was God’s plan that Yeshua would die. It was through dying that Yeshua paid for our sins. So that even today, by faith, we can apply His blood to the doorposts of our hearts to cause death to “pass over”.

>>> Crucifixion Events <<<

Read & Record these Scriptures to follow the order of the Crucifixion Events

1– Prophecy of the High Priest: “Don’t you know it’s better for one man to die for the whole nation than for the whole nation to die” (John 11:49-51)

2– Riding into Jerusalem on 10th day of 1st month – the day the Passover Lamb is chosen. Lamb inspected for 4 days to ensure no spot or blemish (Matt 21:1-17; John12:12-16).

3– Last Supper: Notice the Scripture says “before” the Passover. That’s why it’s called the Last Supper. “Now before the Feast of the Passover” (John 13:1-2).

4– Trial with Caiaphas & then with Pilate – (John18:28)

5– No fault was found in Yeshua, the innocent Passover Lamb selected by Father God- Pilate declares three times, “I find no guilt in Him” (John 18:38; 19:4,6).

6– Crucificed (John 18:14-16)

7– It’s Passover (mark the word “Passover” in blue throughout the Gospel of John)

8– On the 14th day of the 1st month of God’s Biblical Calendar, the Passover lamb is sacrificed in the Temple. At the very same time, Yeshua says “It is finished” and dies.

9– Veil of Temple is torn in two (Matthew 27:51; Mark 15:38; Luke 23:45; Heb 9:2-8)

10 – No broken bones (John 19:31-36)

11– “It was the day of preparation” (John 19:14,31,42; Luke 23:54; Mark 15:42)

12– Buried (Luke 23:50-56; John 19:38-42; Mark 15:42-47)

13– “On the next day, the day after the preparation, the chief priests & Pharisees gathered with Pilate and said, ‘Remember…He said…’After 3 days I rise again… give orders for the grave to be made secure until the third day ” (Matt 27:62-66; Matt12:40).

14– After 3 nights &3 days in grave, Yeshua is raised on 3rd day (1 Cor15:5;Jn2:19-22).



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