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Feast Of Matzah Commemorates Deliverance Of Yisrael Out Of Mitzrayim

12:17 shows that the feast of matzah, and specifically its FIRST day of seven, commemorates the day when Yahweh brought out the hosts of the children of Yisrael out of the land of Mitzrayim. Is this first of the seven days of the feast of matzah the 14th day or the 15th day of the first month? Did Yahweh bring out the hosts of Yisrael on the 14th day or on the 15th day?

Matzah To Be Eaten For Seven Days

12:18 shows that matzah is to be eaten over a PERIOD of seven days, from the evening of 14th day until the evening of the 21st day. Are these evenings marking, respectively, the beginning or the end of the 14th and 21st days?

Yisrael Delivered Out Of Mitzrayim On Night They Ate Pesach

12:29 shows that it was at MIDNIGHT that Yahweh struck all the firstborn of the land of Mitzrayim. Was this midnight on the 14th day or on the 15th day of the first month?

12:42 INDICATES that Yahweh brought out the hosts of Yisrael out of the land of Mitzrayim BY NIGHT! In other words, after the slaughter of the firstborn of the Mitzrim, the children of Yisrael left Mitzrayim by night - the very same night of the slaughter! Was this night the 14th day of the first month or the 15th day?

12:51, 43-51 shows that Yahweh brought out the hosts of Yisrael out of Mitzrayim the SAME DAY that they ate Yahweh's Pesach! Therefore, if they ate Yahweh's Pesach on the 14th day of the first month, they came out of Mitzrayim on the 14th day. Likewise, if they ate it on the 15th day of the first month, they came out on the 15th day. On which day did they eat Yahweh's Pesach - the 14th day or the 15th day?

Yahweh's Pesach Eaten On First Day Of The Feast Of Matzah

13:3 shows that no leavened bread is to be eaten on the day commemorating the departure out of the land of Mitzrayim, indicating that this day of departure out of the land of Mitzrayim was the FIRST of the seven days of matzah! In other words, the day that Yahweh's Pesach is eaten is the first of the seven days of the feast of matzah!

What is Chametz?

Chametz is any food product made from wheat, barley, rye, oats, spelt, or their derivatives, which has leavened (risen) or fermented. Our Sages have determined that flour from any of these five grains that comes in contact with water or moisture will leaven unless fully baked within eighteen minutes. As we are commanded by the Torah, if a food contains even a trace of chametz, we don't eat it, we don't derive benefit from it, and we make sure not to have any of it in our possession for all the days of Passover.

Adonai’s holiday of Pesach/Passover, commemorating the Hebrews' and the mixed multitudes exodus from slavery in Egypt, runs from sundown .

As you walk down the aisles of your supermarket, you may notice the words "Kosher for Passover" on some items and wonder what it actually means. Most people know that Jews eat matzoh instead of bread during Passover—but why would some soda, candy, or even vegetables be kosher for Passover while others would not?

Here is some information that should make things a little clearer.

  1. During Passover, those who are obedient to HIS rules refrain from eating chometz: anything that contains barley, wheat, rye, oats, and spelt, and is not cooked within 18 minutes after coming in contact with water. No leavening is allowed. This signifies the fact that the Hebrews had no time to let their bread rise as they made a hurried escape from Egypt.
  2. Jews of different backgrounds do not observe all of the same rules. Ashkenazi Jews, who come from Europe (most Jews in America), also avoid corn, rice, peanuts, and legumes as they are also used to make bread and may have other grains mixed in. These items are known as kitniyot.
  3. Rules and guidelines may be extremely stringent. Not only must Orthodox Jews not eat these items, but they also must completely remove them and any food that has come in contact with them from their homes. They may throw them away, burn them, or sell them to a non-Jew (they are allowed to buy them back at the end of Passover). Some go through amazingly thorough and labor-intensive cleaning processes to rid their homes of any hint of chometz or kitniyot. For example:
  4. Items which seem acceptable for Passover but may not be:

And these are just food items. Balloons and rubber gloves can have a powdered coating on them, which may be considered chometz. Even some bug traps use an oatmeal or wheat-based substance and must be removed from the premises.

And let's not even get started on pet food.

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