My New Psalm: Now I Remember!

O LORD help me, and rescue me in my distress. The darkness of the night surrounds me on every side. Anguish of spirit draws near unto my soul. But yet in all this, I will look unto you whom my soul loves. You have been my provider and my portion. Hide me in your presence, and let the light of your countenance remind me of all of your tender mercies. I remember when I first trembled at your presence, it felt so right. It was different from all the other fears. This fear did not contain torment, it was controlled by my love for you, and the feeling of unworthiness to be loved by you. I enquired of you concerning the thoughts of your mind, and you only answered me one word, “You.” Now I remember, and now my distress replaced with your perfect love, and with a peace that passes all human understanding. O LORD, you are my help in a time of need.

Facts about the Passover

(NOTE: THIS CHART IS BASED UPON THE PASSOVER ON THE YEAR JESUS DIED, NOT PASSOVER 2013)

This chart took me a lot of time to research, and to put all the scriptures together to accurately show the timing of the resurrection of the Messiah in the year that he established the New Covenant with the House of Israel, and with the House of Judah.

In my research about how the timing of the Passover is determined, the more I learn the more I begin to see how miraculous it really was based on the events that happened and the day of the week it fell on. Passover does not always fall on the same day of the week, but it usually falls sometime around late March and early April. The year that Jesus took it with his apostles was a very special year unlike no other Passover. No other Passover (14th Nisan/Abib) was there a lunar eclipse which N.A.S.A. states happened on the year 33 AD on April 3rd which lasted 2 hours and 50 minutes.