Do This in Remembrance of Me

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Yeshua told his disciples, "This [bread] is my body, which is given for you, do this in remembrance of me." What was the "this" that was to be done as a memorialization of Yeshua? Was the Last Supper an actual Passover meal, as Yeshua told his disciples, or was it simply another meal like the many meals he had eaten with his followers?
In this teaching, we will investigate the background of Passover, especially focusing on what exactly the sacrifice of the Passover lamb was and why the eating of the lamb made it a sacrifice. We will also look at development of the Passover and how a Passover seder was performed in the time of Yeshua. We will look at many points that indicate the Last Supper was indeed a Passover meal and also discuss the objections to this statement.

**NOTE FOR MEMBERS** I am making this teaching available to all with topical teaching access for two weeks. Once Passover is over, this teaching will be moved to the Early Access teaching section (Platinum members). In its place, I will be posting an abridged version of this teaching.

And he took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.” And likewise the cup after they had eaten, saying, “This cup that is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood

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7 Comments

  1. Mark Jeffries on April 12, 2019 at 6:36 pm

    Will you be making this downloadable?

    • Tammy Herzog on April 13, 2019 at 9:55 am

      i was going toask the same thing

      • Colleen Knudsen on May 12, 2019 at 12:12 pm

        Seriously , thank you Ryan. You have cleared up a lot of things! I used to hold to the book of John theory timeline. Now I see how much I missed because I did not understand the verbage of the day and the cultural norm of what was done on Passover. Now I don’t have to wonder anymore what are we doing with Kidush and Passover? Thank you so much for bringing meaning to the bread and wine that I never knew. You addressed most objections that I had had, and presented way more objections to the belief I held prior. I don’t very often change my long-held beliefs but you got me on this one! Thank you again for thorough research.

  2. Julie Rachor on April 13, 2019 at 2:46 pm

    Fascinating! The mixed water and wine which they drank in representation of His blood that was poured out for many, I see connected to Y’shua on the stake and when stabbed in the side water and blood poured out. Amazing! Thank you Ryan! Wow May Adonai continue blessing you with these awesome insights.

  3. Ryan White on April 21, 2019 at 2:53 am

    Downloads are now available!

  4. Karla Looney on April 21, 2019 at 5:38 pm

    Very good teaching. One of the best teachings on Passover I’ve gone through. As you often mention, our culture is so disconnected from the cultures of Yeshua’s time, it’s not easy to bring it all together. Worth the time.

  5. Carole Kapsner on May 22, 2019 at 7:59 am

    Ryan, thanks for not being dogmatic as though your interpretation is the “only” one that could be right. Second comment….if I follow a different calendar than you do, is it honorable for me to call you a liar? Strong language. Third comment…..the episode concerning the money changers is not evidence that Yeshua corrected every instance of temple practice that was at odds with righteousness….only that disagreements did exist. That particular one was most egregious. That there is so much fuzziness in the gospel recordings of “which day” they ate the Passover may well be purposeful. Could it not be that the Christians as well as Instone-Brewer may be accurate in the claim that the Gallileans observed a different date than the Judeans. And following, could it be a case of “calendar, schmalendar” ….. i.e., I am willing to accept that you have convictions differing from mine.

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