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The Messianic Feast represents a sea change in biblical understanding. First, this work uncovers the true history of the Jewish disconnect that occurred in Rome, which has not previously been properly portrayed. These early Messianic Jews understood that the Messiah was crucified on the 14th day and therefore knew that the Last Supper was not the Passover, as has been erroneously handed down to us from history.

Second, in proving that the Last Supper was not the Passover, the author does what has not been done before—showing what those particular scriptures truly mean in their original Greek language, specifically those that seem to portray that the Last Supper was the Passover.

These discoveries are only the beginning, for they also reveal that neither the Messiah nor his early Jewish followers ever wanted or taught the Communion ritual kept by most churches today. This opens the door to understanding what the Messiah really intended in his Last Supper parables—that Jesus was not teaching a ritual but rather a true spiritual communion with God and one another.

By reconnecting the Messiah’s Last Supper parables to the long Jewish history of a coming Messianic banquet or feast, amazing new truths become clear. What we see is that God is calling us to partake of a feast, a spiritual feast wherein we truly share in His love.

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“My, this really turns the whole thing on its head,” exclaimed my editor after reading the first several chapters of this manuscript. I knew exactly what she meant. On the other hand I prefer to think of it as setting some things back down on their feet where they belong—on the feet of the first-century Jewish idioms in which the Mes­siah’s statements at the Last Supper were meant to be understood.
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Abridged Table of Contents, with some full chapters hyperlinked as samples:

Part 1: Setting the Table & the Twelve Courses

Setting the Table for the Last Supper:

Setting the Table 1: The Jewish Disconnect and the Fourteenthers

Setting the Table 2: Words and Concepts Changed

Setting the Table 3: The Messiah Would Speak in Parables

Setting the Table 4: The Jewish Idiom of Natural to Spiritual

The Twelve Courses on the Last Supper:

Course 1: Last Supper Ritual or Parable? The Messiah Held One Leavened Bread

Course 2: The Body of Christ Did Not Mean a Ritual

Course 3: The Jewish Idiom of Breaking Bread Among the Early Believers

Course 4: Breaking Bread Spiritually—the Progression

Course 5: Paul, 1 Corinthians, and the Last Supper

Course 6: The True Jewish Communion and the Messianic Feast

Course 7: The Showbread: Who They Represent, Were They Unleavened, and Why It Matters

Course 8: God’s Overall Plan and Pattern for Mankind

Course 9: God’s Plan as Seen in the Showbread

Course 10: The Symbolic “Cup” and the Promised New Covenant

Course 11: Jacob, Moses, and the Fruit of the Vine

Course 12: The Messianic Feast, the Bride, and the Beast

Part 2: Proofs the Last Supper Was Not the Passover:

The Template Challenge

The Three Major Greek Keys That Unlock the Gospels

50 Reasons the Last Supper Was Not the Passover

Between the Evenings—the Legal Time to Slay the Passover

The Ritual—Why Didn’t the Jewish Disciples Teach It?

Appendix A: Proper Authority

Appendix B: Recommended Bible Study Tools


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