The Passover Seder is the first of the seven feasts of the Lord. Feast, Mo’ed, in Hebrew means “appointed time,” the root of this word, Ya’ad, meaning “to appoint, to betroth, to summon, to direct, to rehearse.” So when we come together at the time appointed by God on His heavenly calendar, we practice His plan for the ages. In doing so, we not only honor Him, but we also receive our prophetic part or instruction for that year and our generation. There are seven main, Biblical feasts, spanning from Passover (Pesach) to Tabernacles (Succoth). Together they paint a picture of God’s plan for the ages and tell us a love story between God and His Bride.