There is much debate about whether the last meal that Jesus partook of with His disciples in the Upper Room was intentionally modeled as a Passover Seder, or just an ordinary meal that happened just before Passover. There is no mention of lamb being eaten, but neither is there any specific mention of food other than the bread and wine, though this was clearly a meal. But Matthew, Mark, and Luke clearly connect it with Passover, and many of the elements that are recorded are consistent with a Passover celebration.
Why did Jesus so eagerly want to eat this one last Passover with His disciples?
What was the new fulfillment of this old feast of remembrance?
For this study:
Down Victory Road
"But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ."
1 Corinthians 15:57