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Feast of the Passover, The


1. Ordained by God. Ex 12:1,2.

2. Commenced the fourteenth of the first month at even. Ex 12:2,6,18; Le 23:5; Nu 9:3.

3. Lasted seven days. Ex 12:15; Le 23:6.

4. Called the

a. Passover. Nu 9:5; Joh 2:23.

b. Jew’s passover. Joh 2:13; 11:55.

c. Lord’s passover. Ex 12:11,27.

d. Feast of unleavened bread. Mr 14:1; Lu 22:1.

e. Days of unleavened bread. Ac 12:3; 20:6.

5. All males to appear at. Ex 23:17; De 16:16.

6. Paschal lamb eaten first day of. Ex 12:6,8.

7. Unleavened bread eaten at. Ex 12:15; De 16:3.

8. Leaven

a. Not to be in their houses during. Ex 12:19.

b. Not to be in any of their quarters. Ex 13:7; De 16:4.

c. Nothing with, to be eaten. Ex 12:20.

d. Punishment for eating. Ex 12:15,19.

9. First and last days of, holy convocations. Ex 12:16; Nu 28:18,25.

10. Sacrifices during. Le 23:8; Nu 28:19-24.

11. The first sheaf of barley harvest offered the day after the Sabbath in. Le 23:10-14.

12. To commemorate the

a. Passing over the first-born. Ex 12:12,13.

b. Deliverance of Israel from bondage of Egypt. Ex 12:17,42; 13:9; De 16:3.

13. To be perpetually observed during the Mosaic age. Ex 12:14; 13:10.

14. Children to be taught the nature and design of. Ex 12:26,27; 13:8.

15. Purification necessary to the due observance of. 2Ch 30:15-19; Joh 11:55.

16. Might be kept in the second month by those who were unclean at the appointed time. Nu 9:6-11; 2Ch 30:2,3,15.

17. No uncircumcised person to keep. Ex 12:43,45.

18. Strangers and servants when circumcised might keep. Ex 12:44,48.

19. Neglect of, punished with death. Nu 9:13.

20. Improper keeping of, punished. 2Ch 30:18,20.

21. Remarkable celebrations of

a. On leaving Egypt. Ex 12:28,50.

b. In the wilderness of Sinai. Nu 9:3-5.

c. On entering the land of promise. Jos 5:10,11.

d. In Hezekiah’s reign. 2Ch 30:1.

e. In Josiah’s reign. 2Ki 23:22,23; 2Ch 35:1,18.

f. After the captivity. Ezr 6:19,20.

g. Before the death of Christ. Lu 22:15.

22. Moses kept through faith. Heb 11:28.

23. Christ always observed. Mt 26:17-20; Lu 22:15; Joh 2:13,23.

24. The people of Jerusalem lent their rooms to strangers for. Lu 22:11,12.

25. The Lord’s Supper instituted at. Mt 26:26-28.

26. Custom of releasing a prisoner at. Mt 27:15; Lu 23:16,17.

27. The Sabbath in, a high day. Joh 19:31.

28. The day before the Sabbath in, called the preparation. Joh 19:14,31.

29. Illustrative of redemption through Christ. 1Co 5:7,8.