4. This is the conclusion to what Paul is saying                          
      When he said, "let us keep the feast,"
(1Cor.5:8) was speaking "the wisdom of God in a mystery 
(1Cor.2:7).As the apostle and "wise master builder" (1Cor.3:10) he is building a spiritual truth
      concerning leaven from the blueprint language of the Old Testament "ensample" or type 


  a. The entire Corinthian Church was to "purge out...the old leaven"                               
​          Purge out the leaven of this person and "deliver such an one unto Satan for the destruction
          of the flesh, that the spirit may be saved in the day of the Lord Jesus"
(1 Cor 5:5-7). This is in
          accordance to the type, where Israel was to "put away (purge) leaven out of their houses 

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​II. Bible Language: Unleavened Bread              
       The kingdoms of this world have their own language, music and custom that identify them. 
In God's Kingdom there is a language, music and customs. The apostle Paul said, "I beseech
       you, brethren, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye (you) all speak the same thing there that
       be no divisions among you"
(1 Cor 1:10 / Note: John.17:21-23, Eph.4:1-16 / 1Cor.13;9-12, Psa.133:1-3).         

A. The Language of the Feasts of Israel (Kingdom of God Language)                   
             Jesus "taught"
(Gal.1:11-12, John.16:10-15) the apostle Paul to instruct the Corinthian Church
(1Cor.1:1-3)how to correct the sin in their assembly using the language of the Feast of
             Unleavened Bread 
(1Cor.5:1-8, Exod.12:1-19, Luke.22:1).  Paul’s admonition was  "Let us keep 
the feast" (of unleavened bread)
and this will deal with the sin in the Church. (Review: Phase 89,
11 / Coming Soon)






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​​3. It is relevant today becauseGod kept this feast and fulfilled it.                  

 When Jesus was crucified, He was and is the reality [13](1Cor.5:7-8) of the Passover Lamb
(Exod.12:1-15, Mark.14:12) which is also called the "feast of unleavened bread" (Luke 22:1). This
     brought the Feast into the New Testament (Covenant). Not only did God bring the reality
     this feast into the Church, He also kept the reality of the next feast, the
Feast of Pentecost, 
     also called the Feast of Weeks
[14] / Harvest [15]). This was because God was following the Old
     Testament "ensample" (blueprint / model). "Three times in a year shall all thy males appear before
     the Lord thy God in the place which he shall choose; in the Feast of Unleavened Bread, (Passover)
     and in the Feast of Weeks (Pentecost) and in the Feast of Tabernacles and they shall not appear
     before the Lord empty 
(Deut 16:16). Review: Phase 8, and9
Coming Soon. (Note: The Feast of
     Tabernacles has not been fulfilled yet.)

e. Modern translations lose this "link" when they replace Unleavened Bread with "yeast"               
​    The "natural man" does not assimilate "the things of the Spirit God" (such as using the words
    unleavened bread) "for they are foolishness
(1Cor.1:18) unto him: neither can he know them,
(Rom.8:6-7)because they are spiritually discerned." (1Cor.2:14) They use the word “yeast"
    instead of “unleavened bread” because they think that the everyday Christian will not under-
    stand what "unleavened bread" is. This robs God's people of the connection with the truths
    of the Feast of Unleavened Bread which in turn robs them of the connection with the
    truths of Pentecost
(Phase 8)and Tabernacles. (Phase 9)


d. This feast is "written for our admonition" to give us insight into our future                               

     Now "all these things (including  the Feast of Unleavened Bread) happened unto them for 
ensamples: (types) and are "written for our (The New Testament Church) admonition, upon 
     whom the ends of the world are come"
(1 Cor 10:11-12). This feast "links" to the Feast of
     Passover, which “links” to the other two Feasts that Israel, was to keep 

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​(1) If you use the word "yeast" then...                                      
      What Paul wrote "For even Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us" will make no sense.
      What happens is that the saint overlooks the connection between Passover and Christ,
      thinking it is just an old King James out of date language. Some would even think that
      this is meant only for the Jewish people. However, it makes perfect sense when you
      understand the Bible Language of the Feast of Passover 
Exod.12:1-20 Phase 8).  The
      blood of the Passover Lamb set Israel free which is what the blood of Christ does for us
      when we are set free from sin. (Freed from the bondage of Egypt / Sin /
Review: Phase 2)

      The Feast of Unleavened bread also holds a type / shadow of Water Baptism

       (Phase 8).  Both involve a cutting off of the flesh or our old life.   


 (2) If you use the word "yeast" then...                                                                          
You break an important connection. If you miss the connection between the Feast of Passover

      and the other Feasts (Pentecost and Tabernacles), you will miss God's calendar for the church

      in the wilderness and the New Testament Church (Acts.7:38, 1Cor.10:11, Rom.15:4).

     Without this connection we would not know  about God's calendar for the New
      Testament Church. Now it makes sense why they waited in the upper room for the
      "day of Pentecost" to "fully come."(
Acts.2:1Review: Phase 9) it was to keep that Feast
      in its reality. Also you will not see there is still a feast that the Church has not come to
      yet, the Feast of Tabernacles. 

(3) If you use the word "yeast" then..                                                                           
      You likely may just read over the Biblical language, "Purge out therefore the old    
      leaven, that ye may be a new lump, as ye are unleavened"
(1Cor.5:7). Most likely you
      may dismiss it as old King James language that does not relate to modern
      Christianity. This is a mistake because  "unleavened bread" isBible Language that
     is timeless and relates to any generation
. In the language of the Feast day they
      had the responsibility to make sure no leaven would be found in their houses.             
This is what the apostle and wise master builder /architect (1Cor.3:10)

      was reading in the blueprint. Paul told the Corinthians that they had the
      responsibility to excommunicate this believer 
 (4) If you use the word "yeast" then...                                      
You may likely overlook the seriousness of allowing leaven to continue. Leaven found in

      their house ment that their "soul shall be cut off [17] from Israel"  (Ex. 12:15). 



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1. Some thinkthis language is not relevant to the Church today                        
​       Some say this is old King James language, that nobody uses anymore and they change the
      wording in
1Cor.5:7-8 to say "yeast"[11]instead of "unleavened bread."This “confounds”
      (confuses, mixes) the language of the Kingdom of God and what Jesus said. Luke records that
      after Jesus resurrected He "shewed himself alive after his passion by many infallible proofs,
      being seen of them forty days, and
speaking of the things pertaining
[12]to the Kingdom
      of God
(Acts.1:3-4) which includes "the Law of Moses, which includes the feast of unleavened
/ Passover
, the prophets, and the psalms, concerning Himself"
(Luke 24:44-46,
      Matt.5:17-19, Gal.3:24).
This m
akes it relevant to our modern day Church. The apostle Peter
      confirms this 
(1Peter.1:10-12, 2Peter.3:1-2, Rom.16:25-26).

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​​2. It is relevant today because apostle Paul wrote, "let us keep the feast”    
​     How can we ignore
(1Cor.10:1-11) this language when we are told to keep the feast? What feast?
     It is the feast of unleavened bread.
(Review: Phase 8) Unfortunately many of God's people are
(1Cor.10:1-3) of this feast day because many think this language is just old (out of
     date KJV
) translation that is not relative to today's church.
This is a mistake!This is God-
     breathed, God inspired
(2Tim 3:16-17) language of the Kingdom of God!

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​​​​​b. They were to remain "unleavened"                                     
Review: Phase 248911for explanation of chart) We are to keep the feast “everyday,”
    not  just once a year. This is in accordance to the type, where Israel was told "Seven days
    shall you eat unleavened bread...(and) put away leaven out of your houses"
    Leaven was completely gone and their houses remained unleavened
 (1Cor.5:7). When we

    are born again,(John 3: 1-6) we keep the feast of Passover and beginning the reality of

    the same  journey as the children of Israel did (1Cor.10:1-11). Our House (Temple

    / Sanctuary) individually (1Cor.6:19)and corporately (Eph.2:22) is to remain

    "unleavened". Failure to "put away leaven" out house / Temple / Sanctuary, will cut us off

    from the purpose of God (Exod.13:15, Col.2:16-17, 1Cor.10:1-11, Rom.15:4,

    1Peter.4:17, Matt.13:24-30, 36-43).     
c. This never should have happened                               
​    Paul told the Corinthians, "you are puffed up, (haughty, proud)
[16] and have not rather  

    mourned, that he that hath done this deed might be taken away from among you"
(1 Cor.5:2).You should have been keeping (i.e. appearing “before the Lord” Deut.16:16-17)
    in this Feast everyday and stay completely unleavened. Don't allow this to happen again.