Pesach 5783: What Happened at the Table of Yeshua?

Your Will Be Done

The Last Supper contains layer upon layer of prophetic insight into how we navigate and live victoriously in these end times. It’s a perfect example of the obedience and willingness to do God’s will despite what may happen to us to get to where God is calling us to go. Imagine putting yourself in the shoes of Yeshua having to choose if you will drink of the cup of the betrayal, to be tortured, and crucified the next day? We think of Pesach as a joyous feast, and it is, but how would you stack up in your current state when you put yourself in the position of Yeshua and the Apostles and disciples just a couple days later? This is an example of the huge importance of knowing God’s perfect will for our lives and allowing it to be done without hesitation. There is a heavenly impartation this Pesach and we are being invited to the table. Look and see how when Yeshua gave Judas the bread dipped in oil signifying him being His betrayer, He tells him this,“What you are going to do, do quickly [without delay].” (John 13:27).

Would this be your response to your betrayer knowing what was coming next? There was not even an I rebuke you satan or some kind of fight that kicked off. Seeing the end from the beginning is the level of vision God is calling us to now. Are we seeing only enough to react or are we seeing beyond from the throne room perspective in order to respond? There is a battle raging in the heavenly places seeking to divide, conquer and deceive the Ekklesias of the world, and many reading this have experienced this first hand, but how we respond is beginning to change. As we partake of Pesach, newer, clearer and farther afield are our spiritual eyes being opened to see the vision of God for our lives, families, businesses, cities and ethnos. Where before a betrayal would have set us back mentally, physically and financially, it will not phase us again as we enter to the gates from a slave mind to a free mind. However, without a clear vision from the Most High, that new freedom becomes chaos instead of order as there is no vision in which to run towards and be truly free. For Yeshua, He knew without any doubt what He had to do, but most importantly the end result would literally be the salvation of the world. Another level of kingdom destiny is being unlocked, the enemy is moving quickly, but Adonai of Hosts is declaring from His throne His perfect will over you so that the enemy will no longer bring a halt or misstep on the road through the gate to His promise over your life.


A Slave is not Greater than His Master…

At the table, Yeshua also gives us the blueprint and vision for His body and bride until His soon return, not bothering to spare any details while Judas Iscariot sat by listening on. Would you share your well laid victory plans with the enemy at the table? Unfortunately for Satan, his fate is sealed and although he may try to interrupt and disrupt the plans of God, those who stick to this key victory vision are untouchable. Before being betrayed, Yeshua first washed the feet of everyone there as an example of what He expects those who love Him to do in the future. John 13:12-17 gives us the simple, profound and totally not of this word’s mindset roadmap. It is a conditional blessing that says,

“Do you understand what I have done for you? You call Me Teacher and Lord, and you are right in doing so, for that is who I am. So if I, the Lord and the Teacher, washed your feet, you ought to wash one another’s feet as well. For I gave you [this as] an example, so that you should do [in turn] as I did to you. I assure you and most solemnly say to you, a slave is not greater than his master, nor is one who is sent greater than the one who sent him. If you know these things, you are blessed [happy and favored by God] if you put them into practice [and faithfully do them]”

This was one of the last instructions of Yeshua, along with the eating of His body and drinking His blood, before His resurrection! The weight of these short verses is immense. We are being invited to the Table of Yeshua to realize where we are in the process to operate in the fullness of John 13:12-17, and exactly how far we still have to go. A key, another key is this to opening the real manifestation of the Malachi 4:5-6 generation! With such a key, intergenerational healing occurs and we can begin to run not just as the younger or older generation, but one generation, ageless, nameless, and faceless not in competition, but oneness. The plans and schemes of the fallen kingdom of darkness have no foothold against such a force, even if it is just two or three. A shofar blast is going forth this Pesach the enemy knows it cannot stop. Hear it clearly and may it tune your ear to the instructions of our Lord and Teacher.

The Pattern is Not New, but with a Different View

The fulfillment of the death, resurrection, ascension and soon return of Yeshua is so ridiculous and impossible to the worldly mind that only by divine revelation could you have ever known it would happen as it did. As we sit at the table of Yeshua we are being invited like Jeremiah, “Call to Me and I will answer you, and tell you [and even show you] great and mighty things, [things which have been confined and hidden], which you do not know and understand and cannot distinguish.” (Jeremiah 33:3). One example of this is in a Bible story we have all read many times about the lives of Jacob and Esau. When we speak of Jacob and Esau we always focus on Jacob’s deceptiveness to acquire his inheritance, and see Esau as the victim, but is that God’s view of what happened? God spoke to Rebecca when the two were still in her womb saying

“Two nations are in your womb, two peoples butting heads while still in your body. One people will overpower the other, and the older will serve the younger” (Genesis 25:23).

Jacob’s destiny was to receive the first born inheritance from the beginning. Jacob used his natural strengths, the opposite of a strong hunter like Esau, and the wisdom of his mother, who heard from Adonai Himself, to gain the firstborn inheritance. Esau would have won in a fair fight every time so something had to be done about it. So was this treacherous act so treacherous after all in the eyes of God?

In the end, Isaac tells Esau after blessing him that the only way the yoke of Jacob will be taken away from him is to forgive him, then then he would be free of it.

“But you shall live by your sword, and serve your brother; However it shall come to pass when you break loose [from your anger and hatred], that you will tear his yoke off your neck [and you will be free of him]” (Genesis 27 amp).

The strong bow of Esau was nothing against God’s ordained plan and the one He chose to see it come to pass. Hatred would only lead Esau to more bondage, whereas forgiveness set him free. And here we have yet another key. How things are playing out in the moment, and how we react and feel effected by that current shock or trauma, closes our eyes to the bigger picture of God’s perfect plan. The calling over Jacob’s life was clear to Esau after his anger subsided and he was able to forgive Jacob and led to a great blessing from Jacob. Picking up offense puts us under a heavy yoke and in chains, but the surprising thing is it is not usually the devil who sends people to offend others throughout Scripture, but God Himself. In doing so the victim is being tested to see just how devoid of pride that person is and if they have reached the point yet where they “love our enemies, bless those that curse us, do good to those that hate you, and pray for those whom despitefully use us, and persecute us;” (Matthew 5:44). He is allowing us to know where we are on that journey by how we react, which is a great blessing in disguise. Rate yourself the next time it happens and let’s find out if you, the intended victim, can turn the tables and become the prey delivering blessings and love. If we are willing to begin walking in the fullness of His love, be sure that you will get plenty of practice!

Conclusion

3 keys of Pesach

1. We each need a clear vision from God to run with order and confidence from a slave mentality to a citizen of heaven mentality, and be able to reach the promised land. Betrayal does not effect us like before because we see beyond the initial slight to ascertain God’s purpose in bringing or allowing it to happen. Open heavens, open hearts, open minds, and open spirits to receive the clear vision of Adonai this Pesach!

2. John 13:12-17 instructs us how we can become one generation of sons and daughters of God that the enemy cannot defeat. It is a litmus test telling us how much work we still have to do to operate in this way and what to do. Time to implement this roadmap and usher in the Malachi 4:5-6 generation!

3. Forgiveness is the antidote to bondage and allows us to see clearly with the heart of the Father any situation or circumstance. Picking up offense always makes it worse so why not bless and love instead as Yeshua has commanded us to do? Be free this Pesach oh all who are heavy laden, repent, forgive, and receive the mantle of Yeshua Whose burden is easy and yoke is light so that His joy may truly be within and upon you as we celebrate Pesach 5783!

As we Feast at the table of Yeshua this Pesach with joy and thanksgiving in our hearts, as we partake of His body and His blood, may it be a marker in our hearts to run the race ahead for and from the victory of Yeshua. Our journey is from a slave mindset to complete freedom, from Egypt to the New Jerusalem, from the devil to King Yeshua. Let faith arise this Pesach and be a launching pad into the fullness of our destinies in Almighty God Who rules and reigns over all creation with His heavenly armies. Chag Sameach and Adonai bless you and keep you!

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