I recently had a discussion on another board with a gent who's also a member here about Passover. He insists Jesus abolished Passover & the Jews are wrong for observing it, while I insist He did no such thing, as Scripture doesn't say He did; it says He added Communion as an observance. A close reading of Exodus 12 shows God ordained Passover for Israel FOR EVER, in commemoration of God's removing them from Egypt by His power. This gent even tried to tell me that "for ever" has its limitations. WHERE? The Hebrew is clearly FOR EVER, FOR ALL TIME. Why are the Jews wrong to follow the clear command of GOD? Also, Passover is a command for ISRAEL ALONE, since THEY ALONE are the people whom God took outta Egypt by His power, although God provides for non-Israelis to also observe it IF THEY WISH, long as they exactly follow the same rules He gave Israel.(Yes, I realize there was an assortment of Egyptians, Midianites, Ethiopians, & other non-Israelis among those God freed, but He did it all for the sake of the Israelis.) Unfortunately for that gent, he's a KJVO and he was vainly trying to justify "Easter" in the KJV's Acts 12:4 with his argument. Now while I don't observe Passover because I'm not an Israeli far as I know, I certainly believe the Jew is right in observing it because GOD SAID IT IS TO BE OBSERVED BY ISRAEL FOR EVER, & far as I know, "for ever" is still going on. Other members, what are YOUR thoughts on this subject?