The Wedding Supper of the Lamb Meal of Messiah is a resource like the Passover Haggadah. On the final day of Passover, which commemorates the crossing of the Red Sea, there is a custom to end the season of redemption with an additional, less formal seder. Called Se'udat Mashiach, this event focuses on the ultimate redemption and the messianic banquet that will take place in the future. Meal of Messiah is formatted and styled like the Vine of David Haggadah, and presents a service for this final day of Passover centered around a festive meal. The Meal of Messiah celebrates both the resurrection of our Master and the dawning of the Messianic Age. It includes songs, Scriptural readings, and inspiring passages from both rabbinic literature and the early church fathers. Together both the Vine of David Haggadah and Meal of Messiah provide the bookends for a powerful and meaningful Passover experience. Anticipates the return of our master Yeshua and the messianic era. Contains songs and prayers, a meal with four cups, and readings from the Tanach, the Apostolic Writings, Midrash, and other traditional sources. This completely new Messianic resource provides an intensely meaningful and genuine experience, whetting the appetites of those who long for the day of his coming.