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    Paasfees

    Ek wil graag 'n e-pos plaas wat ek ontvang het, en dit is 'n langerige een, maar laat my toe (moderators). Dit vertel ons 'n bietjie van hoe die Jode Paasfees hou. Nou voor almal regop spring, ek weet hulle vier asof die Messias nognie gekom het nie, maar ons kan 'n les hieruit leer. Is ons lewens skoon in hierdie tydperk, die belangrikste gebeurtenis vir ons as christinne elke jaar en nog ooit? Is daar nog suurdeeg in jou en my lewe wat verwyder moet word? Die Bruidegom kom vir 'n skoon, rein en heilige gewaste Bruid. Is ons gereed? Ons lewens moet elke dag vry wees van suurdeeg

    "Seven days you shall eat unleavened bread. On the first day you shall remove leaven from your houses. For whoever eats leavened bread from the first day until the seventh day, that person shall be cut off from Israel." (Exodus12:15)

    With Passover (theFestival of Unleavened Bread) beginning next Friday, all over Israel, every man, woman and child is busy cleaning their closets, shelves, drawers and vehicles in order to be ready for this most important celebration.



    Passover at the Western (Wailing) Wall in Jerusalem


    Preparing for Passover is the ultimate in spring cleaning!

    In obedience to the eternal commandment that God gave to the children of Israel to remove leaven (yeast) from their houses, every nook and cranny must be emptied, sorted and wiped inorder to make sure that each dwelling place is free of chametz (leavened products)before Passover begins(Exodus 12:15).

    Rabbinical Judaism has taken this single commandment and transformed it into a system that would weary the hardiest of women. All dishes, cutlery, pots and pans, even dish rags must be made “Kosher for Passover.”



    Becausethe kitchen is cleared of products that contain leaven or may be
    contaminated with it, preparing for Passover is both labor intensive and
    expensive. Just prior to Passover, grocery stores in Israel begin tostock
    foods that are specially prepared for Passover and guaranteed leaven-free.
    The Hebrew signs on the shelves above read "Kosher for Passover."


    Many women completely clean their kitchen to such a degree that it sparkles like it did when it was new.


    Furthermore, in the weeks prior to Passover, Israeli supermarkets begin to sell products marked with a special “Kosher for Passover” stamp.

    These products are guaranteed to be free of leaven, and are eaten in the days before and during the holiday of Passover.

    Eating matzah(unleavened bread), however, is saved for the Passover Seder, which is a special ceremonial meal where the story of the exodus from Egypt s recounted.



    TheHaggadah,the text that sets the order of the recounting of the liberation
    of the Jewish People from Egypt, is read during the Passover Seder. The
    pierced, striped bread of affliction in the bottom right corner is calledmatzah.



    Why Fuss over a LittleLeaven (Yeast)?

    “A little yeast works throughthe whole batch of dough.” (Galatians 5:9)

    In the Bible, yeast symbolizes sin.

    Yeast is a powerful metaphor for learning about sin, God, and living a life of holiness.

    Yeast is a single-celled fungus that causes dough to rise by consuming the sugars and excreting carbon dioxide as a by product.

    And it doesn’t take much yeast to start the process. Yeast is so pervasive that if dough is left on the counter, yeast will attach to the surface of the dough and then make its way throughout the wholeloaf. It’s in the air.

    So, just like yeast (leaven)eats away at the sugars in the dough, sin eats away at us and causes us to become separated from God.

    “But your iniquities have separated you from your God; your sins have hidden his face from you, so thathe will not hear.” (Isaiah 59:2)


    Althoughit is not known when yeast began being used to bake bread, the
    earliest records of this practice come from ancient Egypt.



    Leaven and the Sin of Pride

    “Your boasting is not good. Don't you know that a little yeast works through the whole batch ofdough?” (1 Corinthians 5:6)

    When it comes to the leaven as a metaphor, Scripture especially narrows in on the sin of arrogance, boasting, conceit, and pride.

    In the same way that a little yeast affects the whole batchof dough, causing it to become puffed up, a little bit of pride and arrogance in people’s hearts causes them to think more highly of themselves than theyought.

    We must deal with the leaven in our own hearts, knowing that arrogance is not pleasing to the Lord and pride often precedes our own downfall.

    “Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall.” (Proverbs 16:18)



    Titanic Sinking, by Willy Stower



    The Titanic: Lethal Effects of Arrogance and Pride

    The sin of arrogance can have deadly consequences.

    For an example of arrogance, perhaps we need not look any further than the Titanic, which sunk one hundred years ago on April 14, 1912.

    The Titanic and her sister ships, the Olympic and the Britannic, were the biggest ships ever made. At almost 900 feet long from stem to stern, they dwarfed the tallest skyscrapers of the time.

    Since these ships were outfitted to meet the challenges of the Atlantic, they were supposed to be among the world’s safest ships.

    The experts, in their arrogance, believed the Titanic to be unsinkable; nevertheless, the ship snapped like a toothpick after hitting an iceberg and many lives were lost.



    Thetraditional Bedikat Chametz (search for leaven) is a ceremony used
    to cleanse the home of leaven. These two young boys search for leaven,
    using a feather and a spoon to remove it. The chametz (leavened products)
    will be burned the next morning in the Bi'ur Chametz ceremony.



    Meaningful Jewish Custom: The Search for Leaven (Bedikat Chametz)

    At Passover, the Jewish People practice a beautiful custom called bedikat chametz(search for leaven).

    The eve before Passover, the leader of the household, usually the father, holds a candle and guides his family around the house.

    With the lights extinguished, they search for any remnant of chametz (leavened products) by the light of this single candle.



    Thefeather, spoon, candle and prayers for the Bedikat
    Chametz ceremony.


    The children search every nook and cranny for crumbs of bread that have been hidden ahead of time by the mother.

    Each crumb of bread is found with exclamations of delight, “Oh! There it is! I found one!”

    This meaningful search continues until the very last crumb of leaven is removed.

    These are swept away into a bag using a feather and will be burned the next morning.



    Bi'ur Chametz (burning the leavenedproducts) in Bnei Brak, Israel


    On the morning of Erev Pesach (Eve of Passover), one can see little fires burning all over Israel, as each family burns their small pile of chametz.

    A special prayer is recited in case any has been missed.

    This special ceremony (bedikat chametz) demonstrates how the light of God’s Word, symbolized by the candle, searches our hearts for any pride or arrogance that may be lurking, hidden in the darkness.

    The feather symbolizes the work of the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) sweeping the sin away.

    The bi'ur chametz fire shows how God destroys this leaven, for God is a
    consuming fire!




    Bi'ur Chametz: pita bread burning with thedried palm (lulav) and myrtle
    (hadass)
    leftover from Sukkot (six months earlier). To burn thedried palm

    and myrtle (holy objects) from the previous biblicalholiday is considered an
    additional mitzvah (blessing).



    Passover in the NewTestament (New Covenant)

    “Get rid of the old yeast, so that you may be a new unleavened batch—as you really are.” (1Corinthians 5:7)

    Just as an overgrowth of yeast in the body may become a systemic infection and must be dealt with before it causes serious physical problems, the ‘leaven’ or sin within the Body of Messiah (Church) must also likewise be dealt with accordingly.

    In the Bible, the Apostle Paul makes use of the imagery of Passover and the cleansing of the chametz to exhort the Believers in Corinth to get rid of the sin of malice and wickedness, and live the holy life they are truly capable of
    living, free from the bondage to sin.


    Get rid of the old yeast, so that you may be a new unleavened batch—as you really are. For Messiah, our Passover lamb has been sacrificed.

    Therefore let us keep the Festival [Passover], not with the old bread leavened with malice and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.(1 Corinthians 5:7-8)



    Passoverat the Western (Wailing) Wall in Jerusalem



    The Leaven of False Teachings

    In the New Covenant (New Testament), leaven (yeast) can also represent false teachings.

    Yeshua warned people to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees.

    By this Yeshua was not referring to bread, but to their teachings that did not align with the Word of God (Matthew 16:11-12).

    The Apostle Paul also warns the Gentiles in the Church to beware the sin of pride and arrogance, particularly in their relationship to the Jewish people.

    Furthermore, in the Book of Romans, Paul reminds those who have been supernaturally grafted into the natural olive tree (Israel) by the mercy and grace of God, not to boast over the branches:

    “If some of the branches have been broken off, and you, though a wild olive shoot, have been grafted in among the others and now share in the nourishing sap from the olive root, do not consider yourself to be superior to those other branches. If you do, consider this: You do not support the root, but the root supports you.” (Romans11:17-18)



    Woe unto You, Scribes and Pharisees, byJames Tissot


    We must be on our guard against the false teaching of replacement theology in the Church which has led many astray.

    This errant doctrine teaches that God has rejected the Jewish People (nation of Israel) and that now the Church is the ‘New Israel.’

    Nothing could be further from the truth.

    Scripture is clear that God will never forsake His people Israel and will always keep covenant withthem.

    “For the Lord will not reject His people; He will never forsake His
    inheritance.” (Psalm 94:14)




    Passoverat the Western (Wailing) Wall in Jerusalem



    Passover, Leaven, and God’s Plan for Israel and the Church

    Arrogance and pride can prevent us from understanding God’s plans and purposes for the Jewish people, Israel, and the role of the Church.

    As Passover approaches, let’s remember that temporary blindness has come upon the Jewish People so that salvation would come to the Gentiles, and after that to the nation of Israel.

    “Did they stumble so as to fall beyond recovery? Not at all! Rather, because of their transgression, salvation has come to the Gentiles to make Israel envious.” (Romans 11:11)

    God can and will lift the veil from the Jewish People’s eyes to see their
    Messiah Yeshua, and when the Jewish people accept Yeshua as their Messiah, it will mean resurrection life for the entire world!


    “For if their rejection brought reconciliation to the world, what will their
    acceptance be but life from the dead?” (Romans 11:15)




    Handmadeshmura (guarded) matzah being made from grain that has been
    under special supervision from the time it was harvested.


    During this time when Jewish People are cleansing their homes from leaven, please pray that they will recognize that Yeshua is indeed the Promised Messiah of Israel.

    And may we also search our hearts for the leaven ofsin, making them “Kosher for Passover,” so that we may walk in humility, with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.

    Eternity is at the Doorstep of the Jewishpeople in the Holy Land.

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    Re: Paasfees

    Johnny, ek weet dat ons PaasFees sien as die Verlossing ... met Jesus aan die Kruis ens..... het jy geweet dat die Jode gladnie saamstem met 'n gekruisgde Verlosser nie.... nie soos ons dit doen nie,,,en ook nie vir die toekoms nie...??

    Miskien moet ek weer probeer.... Die Jode sien nie PaasFees as 'n verlossing van Sonde nie..dat die slag van die PaasLam niks te doen het met 'n sondeoffer nie...

    Pasga vir die Jode is om die uittog uit Egipte te herdenk... hulle verwag dat Messias hulle op dieselfde wyse sal verlos as wat God hulle uit Egipte verlos het... 'n fisiese verlossing

    Jesus het die Pasga kom vervang met die Nagmaal...
    The LORD is my Miracle

    G_d was gracious He has shown favor


    Hope is a seed
    God plants in our hearts
    to remind us
    there are better things ahead.
    -Holley Gerth


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    Re: Paasfees

    Quote Originally Posted by Ta-An View Post
    Johnny, ek weet dat ons PaasFees sien as die Verlossing ... met Jesus aan die Kruis ens..... het jy geweet dat die Jode gladnie saamstem met 'n gekruisgde Verlosser nie.... nie soos ons dit doen nie,,,en ook nie vir die toekoms nie...??

    Miskien moet ek weer probeer.... Die Jode sien nie PaasFees as 'n verlossing van Sonde nie..dat die slag van die PaasLam niks te doen het met 'n sondeoffer nie...

    Pasga vir die Jode is om die uittog uit Egipte te herdenk... hulle verwag dat Messias hulle op dieselfde wyse sal verlos as wat God hulle uit Egipte verlos het... 'n fisiese verlossing

    Jesus het die Pasga kom vervang met die Nagmaal...
    Ek weet, dit is hoekom ek dit ook genoem het. Ek dink die punt wat ek wil maak is dat ons die tyd sal gebruik om weer ons lewens (ek in elk geval) in lyn te kry en vry van suurdeeg, of dan sonde as jy wil. Tog as jy die hele gedeelte gelees het sou jy meer as net dit gesien het as wat jy geplaas het.

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    Re: Paasfees

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny View Post
    Ek weet, dit is hoekom ek dit ook genoem het. Ek dink die punt wat ek wil maak is dat ons die tyd sal gebruik om weer ons lewens (ek in elk geval) in lyn te kry en vry van suurdeeg, of dan sonde as jy wil. Tog as jy die hele gedeelte gelees het sou jy meer as net dit gesien het as wat jy geplaas het.
    .
    The LORD is my Miracle

    G_d was gracious He has shown favor


    Hope is a seed
    God plants in our hearts
    to remind us
    there are better things ahead.
    -Holley Gerth


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    Re: Paasfees

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny View Post
    Ek weet, dit is hoekom ek dit ook genoem het. Ek dink die punt wat ek wil maak is dat ons die tyd sal gebruik om weer ons lewens (ek in elk geval) in lyn te kry en vry van suurdeeg, of dan sonde as jy wil. Tog as jy die hele gedeelte gelees het sou jy meer as net dit gesien het as wat jy geplaas het.
    Ek dink jy moet tog weer mooi na Ta-An se plasing kyk Johnny, en dit ter harte neem. Die joodse Pasga wat vandag gevier word het NIKS te make met die Christen paasfees nie. Hoekom dit dan enigsins as 'n voorbeeld gebruik ? Die jode kies om anti-christene te wees, hulle kan veel eerder kom leer by die eintlike rede hoekom ons hierdie tyd gedenk. (Wat ook niks te make het met paaseiers en hot-cross buns nie )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Die Filadelfieer View Post
    Ek dink jy moet tog weer mooi na Ta-An se plasing kyk Johnny, en dit ter harte neem. Die joodse Pasga wat vandag gevier word het NIKS te make met die Christen paasfees nie. Hoekom dit dan enigsins as 'n voorbeeld gebruik ? Die jode kies om anti-christene te wees, hulle kan veel eerder kom leer by die eintlike rede hoekom ons hierdie tyd gedenk. (Wat ook niks te make het met paaseiers en hot-cross buns nie )
    Toemaar, die meerderheid van christinne ook nie. Lyk my nie jy of Ta-An het die hele plasing gelees nie, daarom haal ek weer die 2de helfte aan:

    Passover in the NewTestament (New Covenant)

    “Get rid of the old yeast, so that you may be a new unleavened batch—as you really are.” (1Corinthians 5:7)


    Just as an overgrowth of yeast in the body may become a systemic infection and must be dealt with before it causes serious physical problems, the ‘leaven’ or sin within the Body of Messiah (Church) must also likewise be dealt with accordingly.

    In the Bible, the Apostle Paul makes use of the imagery of Passover and the cleansing of the chametz to exhort the Believers in Corinth to get rid of the sin of malice and wickedness, and live the holy life they are truly capable of
    living, free from the bondage to sin.


    Get rid of the old yeast, so that you may be a new unleavened batch—as you really are. For Messiah, our Passover lamb has been sacrificed.

    Therefore let us keep the Festival [Passover], not with the old bread leavened with malice and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.(1 Corinthians 5:7-8)



    Passoverat the Western (Wailing) Wall in Jerusalem



    The Leaven of False Teachings

    In the New Covenant (New Testament), leaven (yeast) can also represent false teachings.

    Yeshua warned people to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees.

    By this Yeshua was not referring to bread, but to their teachings that did not align with the Word of God (Matthew 16:11-12).

    The Apostle Paul also warns the Gentiles in the Church to beware the sin of pride and arrogance, particularly in their relationship to the Jewish people.

    Furthermore, in the Book of Romans, Paul reminds those who have been supernaturally grafted into the natural olive tree (Israel) by the mercy and grace of God, not to boast over the branches:

    “If some of the branches have been broken off, and you, though a wild olive shoot, have been grafted in among the others and now share in the nourishing sap from the olive root, do not consider yourself to be superior to those other branches. If you do, consider this: You do not support the root, but the root supports you.” (Romans11:17-18)



    Woe unto You, Scribes and Pharisees, byJames Tissot


    We must be on our guard against the false teaching of replacement theology in the Church which has led many astray.

    This errant doctrine teaches that God has rejected the Jewish People (nation of Israel) and that now the Church is the ‘New Israel.’

    Nothing could be further from the truth.

    Scripture is clear that God will never forsake His people Israel and will always keep covenant withthem.

    “For the Lord will not reject His people; He will never forsake His
    inheritance.” (Psalm 94:14)




    Passoverat the Western (Wailing) Wall in Jerusalem



    Passover, Leaven, and God’s Plan for Israel and the Church

    Arrogance and pride can prevent us from understanding God’s plans and purposes for the Jewish people, Israel, and the role of the Church.

    As Passover approaches, let’s remember that temporary blindness has come upon the Jewish People so that salvation would come to the Gentiles, and after that to the nation of Israel.

    “Did they stumble so as to fall beyond recovery? Not at all! Rather, because of their transgression, salvation has come to the Gentiles to make Israel envious.” (Romans 11:11)

    God can and will lift the veil from the Jewish People’s eyes to see their
    Messiah Yeshua, and when the Jewish people accept Yeshua as their Messiah, it will mean resurrection life for the entire world!


    “For if their rejection brought reconciliation to the world, what will their
    acceptance be but life from the dead?” (Romans 11:15)




    Handmadeshmura (guarded) matzah being made from grain that has been
    under special supervision from the time it was harvested.


    During this time when Jewish People are cleansing their homes from leaven, please pray that they will recognize that Yeshua is indeed the Promised Messiah of Israel.

    And may we also search our hearts for the leaven ofsin, making them “Kosher for Passover,” so that we may walk in humility, with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.

    Eternity is at the Doorstep of the Jewishpeople in the Holy Land.

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    Re: Paasfees

    (Wat ook niks te make het met paaseiers en hot-cross buns nie )
    Fila.....dit lyk my tog dit gaan oor paaseiers in die kerk?

    http://www.ngkmp.co.za/Paasfees/paasfees.html

    Kliek op logo...
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    Paasfees

    Dis amper Paasnaweek en vir baie kinders beteken dit: vakansie hou en paaseiers eet. Maar het julle geweet dat Paasfees die eerste keer amper 4000 jaar gelede in Egipte gevier is? Dit was natuurlik toe die Israeliete, God se volk slawe van die Egiptenare was. 'n Slaaf is iemand wat aan iemand anders behoort en sonder betaling alles vir sy baas moes doen. Die Israeliete het baie swaar gekry in Egipte en hulle het gewens iemand sou hulle vry maak. God het hulle swaarkry gesien en vir Moses geroep om hulle uit Egipte en weg van slawerny te vat.
    Onthou julle nog vir Moses? Dis hy wat in 'n biesiemandjie op die Nyl rivier tussen die riete weggesteek was. God het gesÍ hy moet na die Farao, die koning van Egipte, toe gaan en vra dat die Israeliete mag wegtrek. Vra gerus vir jou Pa of Ma om weer vir jou Eksodus 1-14 te lees. Die Farao wou natuurlik nie sy slawe sommer net laat gaan nie, want wie sou dan al die vuilwerk vir hom moes doen? Daarom het God tien plae oor die Egiptenare laat kom. Elke keer as 'n plaag die land getref het, het die Farao gesÍ die Israeliete kan maar trek, maar elke keer as die plaag verby was het die farao terruggegaan op sy woord. Die tiende plaag was die ergste van al die plae. Die Here het vir Moses gesÍ Hy gaan al die oudste kinders in Egipte doodmaak, sodat die Farao definitief die Israeliete sou vrylaat om te trek. Om te keer dat die doodsengel nie ook die oudste kinders van die Israeliete doodmaak nie, het die Here gesÍ al die Israeliete moet 'n lammetjie slag en dan die bloed van die lam teen hulle huise se deurkosyne smeer. Die lammetjies het gesterf en hulle bloed het gekeer dat nie een van die Israeliete doodgemaak is nie en dat almal uit Egipte kon trek. God het die lammetjies gebruik om al die Israeliete vry te laat wegkom.

    Om sy kinders te herinner aan hoe Hy hulle uit Egipte, die plek waar hulle slawe was, gered het moes hulle elke jaar Paasfees vier. Baie jare later toe Jesus op aarde geleef het, het Hy en sy dissipels ook Paasfees gevier. Terwyl hulle geŽet het, het Jesus brood en wyn gevat en vir sy dissipels gesÍ, die brood is soos sy liggaam en die wyn is soos sy bloed, as hulle dit eet moet hulle weet dat Hy wat Jesus is, nes die lammetjies in Egipte, doodgemaak gaan word. Nie sodat hulle nie meer slawe van die Egiptenare hoef te wees nie, maar sodat hulle en ons nie meer slawe van sonde hoef te wees nie. So het Jesus die lam van God geword waardeur ons gered word van die dood en hel.

    En dis hoekom ons Paasfees vier: om terug te dink aan die dag toe Jesus vir ons sonde aan die kruis gesterf het. Die Donderdagnag wanneer Paasnaweek begin het die soldate Jesus gevang en die Vrydag het hulle Hom aan die kruis gespyker. Daar het Hy gehang totdat hy dood is en daarna het van sy vriende Hom begrawe. Die Sondagoggend toe Maria egter by die graf kom, was sy liggaam nie meer daar nie omdat Hy uit die dood opgestaan het. Daarom vier ons die Vrydag van Paasnaweek Jesus se dood. Dat hy gesterf het om ons deur sy bloed te red. En die Sondag vier ons Jesus se opstanding uit die dood. Dat Hy lewe sodat ons die Ewige lewe kan hÍ!
    Bid sommer vandag nog en sÍ vir Jesus dankie dat Hy op Paasnaweek bereid was om in jou plek te sterf en vra sommer ook jou Ma of Pa om Lukas 22-24 vir jou in die Bybel te lees. Of nog beter, as jy al kan lees, doen dit sommer self.

    Die Joodse vader se plig was om die uittog uit Egipte aan sy kinders te verduidelik. Vandag is dit my as ouer se plig om my kind van die betekenis van Paasfees te vertel. Ek moet seker maak dat my kinders die verhaal en Persoon van Paasfees ken. Kinders is gaande oor stories en daarom glo ek dat die storie van Paasfees met ʼn bietjie kreatiwiteit en moeite ook ʼn storie in 2011 kan wees wat almal in die huis sal herontdek en onthou.

    Ek wil die eier wat so eie aan ons moderne Paasfees is gebruik as ʼn simbool en hulpmiddel om die ou verhaal vars, kreatief en nuut met kinders te deel. Hiervoor het jy 12 eiers nodig wat kan oopmaak nodig. As jy nie eiers kry nie, kan ʼn boksie ook werk.
    Nommer die eiers van 1 tot 12. Skryf onderstaande Skrifgedeeltes afsonderlik op ʼn klein stukkie papier en plaas dit en die bypassende voorwerp binne in een van die eiers:



    Eier 1 – ʼn Stukkie materiaal wat die intog van Jesus in Jerusalem op die donkie simboliseer. Matteus 21:1-11
    Eier 2 – ʼn Stukkie brood of ronde koekie wat die laaste maaltyd wat Jesus saam met sy dissipels in die bovertrek gehad het in herinnering roep Matteus 26:26-30
    Eier 3 – ʼn Stukkie seep wat die geleentheid waar Jesus die dissipels se voete gewas het simboliseer Johannes 13:1-17
    Eier 4 – Drie tiensentstukke wat die 30 stukke silwer verteenwoordig wat Judas vir sy verraad van Jesus ontvang het Johannes 13:18-30
    Eier 5 – ʼn Veer wat ons aan die haan laat dink wat gekraai het nadat Petrus Jesus verloŽn het Johannes 18:15-27
    Eier 6 – ʼn Doring wat die kroon wat Jesus moes dra simboliseer Markus 15:16-20
    Eier 7 – ʼn Dobbelsteen wat vertel van die lot wat die soldate oor Jesus se klere gewerp het Markus 15:21-24
    Eier 8 – ʼn Klein houtkruis en spyker om die dood van Jesus aan die kruis te simboliseer Markus 15:21-32
    Eier 9 – ʼn Stukkie swart papier wat die duisternis wat die aarde oorval het in herinnering roep Markus 15:33-41
    Eier 10 – ʼn Stukkie wit lap wat ons herinner aan die lappe waarmee Josef van Arimatea Jesus se liggaam toegedraai het Markus 15:42-47
    Eier 11 – ʼn Stukkie klip wat die klip waarmee Jesus se graf verseŽl was simboliseer Matteus 27:62-66
    Eier 12 – Los hierdie eier leeg om Jesus se opstanding uit die dood en die leŽ graf te simboliseer Matteus 28:1-15


    Plaas ʼn klein tafeltjie in die hoek van die eetkamer. Versier dit kreatief en plaas die gevulde plastiek eiers op die tafel. Kom as gesin ooreen om vir 12 dae aan tafel te sit en saam te eet. Los die eet voor die TV ʼn bietjie vir later. Nadat julle klaar geŽet het, kan julle een eier per aand vir die tien dae voor Goeie Vrydag oopmaak. Maak eier 11 op die aand van Goeie Vrydag oop. Los die eetkamer donker op die Saterdag na Goeie Vrydag en eet daardie aand met kerse in die donker en dink aan Jesus wat dood was en betaal het vir al ons sondes. Maak eier nommer 12 tydens Sondagmiddag ete oop. Sorg dat daar baie lig in die vertrek is en maak die vertrek mooi. Vier fees saam met mekaar omdat die graf leeg is en Jesus uit die dood opgestaan het. Lees elke dag die Skrifgedeelte wat in die eier is en praat daaroor. Ouers kan iets oor die voorwerp of simboliek sÍ om die gedeelte aan die kinders te verduidelik.
    Sluit die twaalf dae tydens die Opstandingsdiens wat Sondag plaasvind af. Gee vir ʼn paar gesinne die geleentheid om te vertel van wat hulle as gesin so om die tafel beleef het.
    Hierdie is maar net ʼn praktiese manier om nuut te dink oor die betekenis van Paasfees. Die bedoeling is om jou gedagtes aan die gang te sit. Dink nuut en vars en vertel die kinders in jou gemeente en huis hoekom Paastyd so anders as enige ander tyd in die geskiedenis van die wÍreld is, was en sal bly wees.

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