How does Passover, one of the most well-known feasts of Israel, foreshadow the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ?
The Feast of the Passover, is celebrated on the fourteenth of Nisan― the very day Christ was crucified. With Passover there are many other types and shadows of the death of Christ on the cross and also types anticipating salvation by His shed blood.
When you add all these features together there seem to be way too many to be just coincidental. And yet too subtle for a faker to use. No wonder Paul wrote: “Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us.” (1 Cor 5:7b).
 Chuck Missler, Cosmic Codes, Koinonia House, Coeur D’Alene, ID, 1999, 2004 revised ed.,p. 247.
 Ibid., 248.
 Chuck Missler, The Feasts of Israel, tape commentary, Koinonia House Publishers, 1994.
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