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Passover Patterns and Biblical Calendar of Events

11 Mar

Below, I have posted a website that has an incredible teaching/study consisting of a detailed list of “Biblical Calendar of Events” and below that, is the post on Passovers all the way back to Abraham…actually, he also speaks of it going back to Cain and Abel.

Biblical Calendar Of Events ( http://www.betemunah.org/feasts.html)  Biblical Calendar of Events (click link to go to website).

(This Day In History)

By Rabbi Dr. Hillel ben David (Greg Killian)

Last updated on Heshvan 27, 5774

NISAN (AVIV)  ALWAYS HAS 30 DAYS. MAZAL IS TOLEH (RAM). TRIBE IS REUBEN.

IYAR (ZIF)     ALWAYS HAS 29 DAYS. MAZAL IS SHOR (BULL).  TRIBE IS SHIMON.

SIVAN    ALWAYS HAS 30 DAYS. MAZAL IS TEOMIM (TWINS).  TRIBE IS LEVI.

TAMMUZ  ALWAYS HAS 29 DAYS. MAZAL IS SARTAN (CRAB).  TRIBE IS YEHUDAH.

AV       ALWAYS HAS 30 DAYS. MAZAL IS ARYEH (LION). TRIBE IS YISACHAR.

ELUL      ALWAYS HAS 29 DAYS. MAZAL IS BETHULAH (VIRGIN). TRIBE IS ZEBULON.

TISHRI (ETHANIM)…….. ALWAYS HAS 30 DAYS. MAZAL IS MAZNAIM (SCALES). TRIBE IS DAN.

MARCHESHVAN (BUL – “RAIN”) … EITHER HAS 29 OR 30 DAYS. MAZAL IS AKRAV (SCORPION). TRIBE IS NAFTALI.

KISLEV      EITHER HAS 29 OR 30 DAYS. MAZAL IS KESHET (BOW). TRIBE IS GAD.

TEVET    ALWAYS HAS 29 DAYS. MAZAL IS GEDI (GOAT). TRIBE IS ASHER.

SHEVAT     ALWAYS HAS 30 DAYS. MAZAL IS DELI (WATER BEARER). TRIBE IS YOSEF.

ADAR     ALWAYS HAS 29 DAYS. MAZAL IS DAGIM (FISHES). TRIBE IS BINYAMIN.

 

This paper was written in order for me to have a calendar of all the events recorded in the Torah, Prophets, Writings, and Nazarean Codicil, for every day of the year. From this calendar many amazing events and relationships were exposed.

 

The many events of Passover, for example, included the Pesach celebrated by Avraham, 400 years before the giving of the Torah!

 

That both Temples were started on the same day, and destroyed on the same day.

 

And many more …

(REMEMBER WE ARE USING THE CALENDAR OF THE JEWISH KINGS BELOW RIGHT) – mbj

 

The Calendar for Gentile Kings

 

The First Day of Tishri is Rosh HaShanah for the following fivematters[1]:

 

1. For Gentile Kings – They count their reigns from the First of Tishri, such that even if a King began his reign at the end of Elul, once Tishri began, it would be considered as the Second Year of his reign.

 

2. The Shmita cycle and the yovel cycle begin – With the beginning of the month of Tishri in a Shmita or yovel year, it is forbidden by the Torah to plow or plant in the land of Israel.

 

3. Years[2] – The first of Tishri is regarded as the new year for counting years.

 

4. For Planting Trees – The produce of fruit trees is forbidden as orlah for the first three years after the tree is planted. If a tree is planted more than fortyfour days before the first of tishri, then thefirst of Tishri marks the beginning of the second year of the tree’s life.

 

5. For Produce – The first of Tishri is regarded as the beginning of the year as regards the separation of Terumot and Ma’asrot from produce.

 

The Festival Calendar and for Jewish Kings[3]

 

The First Day of Nisan is Rosh HaShanah for the following fivematters[4]:

 

1. Kings of Israel – They count their reigns from the First of Nisan, such that even if a King began his reign at the end of Adar, once Nisan began, it would be considered as the Second Year of his reign.

 

2. Pilgrim Festivals – The Festival which occurs in Nisan, namelyPesach, is considered the First of the three Pilgrim Festivals:PesachShavuotSuccoth.

 

3. Months – Nisan is considered the first of the months. The Torah refers to other months as second, third,…twelfth with reference to Nisan.

 

4. Leap Years – The Court may proclaim a “Leap Year” only until the first of Nisan. Once that date has arrived, the time for “Leaping” has “Leapt”

 

5. Donation of Shekalim – All Communal Sacrifices brought from this day forward are paid from the shekalim collected in theCurrent Year; last year’s shekalim are no longer used for this purpose.

 

7

Tishri (Ethanim)

1

Nisan (Aviv)

1

Nisan (Aviv)

7

Tishri (Ethanim)

8

Cheshvan

2

Iyar (Zif)

2

Iyar (Zif)

8

Cheshvan (Bul)

9

Kislev

3

Sivan

3

Sivan

9

Kislev

10

Tevet

4

Tammuz

4

Tammuz

10

Tevet

11

Shevat

5

Av

5

Av

11

Shevat

12

Adar

6

Elul

6

Elul

12

Adar

 

 

MONTH                 FEAST and EVENTS

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Nisan (Aviv)    Always has 30 days.               Mazal is Toleh (ram).             Tribe is Reuben.

1rst

        New Moon.  Numbers 10:8-10

Creation of the worldTriennial cycle and Rosh Hashanah 1:1

Beginning of the year.  Exodus 12:2MishnaSeder Moed: Tractate Rosh HaShanah: 1:1

The latter rains begin falling in this month. Taanit 5a

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 91. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 24. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The consecration of Aaron and his sons. Day 1  Exodus 40:1-16Leviticus 8:31-36, Rashi

The tabernacle – Tent of meeting is permanently set up (2449 BCE).  Exodus 40:2, Numbers Rabbah 13Zohar – Shemoth

The first time that fire fell from heaven happened when the altar was set up by Moses.  Shabbath 87b

Nadab and Abihu, the sons of Aaron were killed for offering strange fire.  Leviticus 10:1-2, Taanit 1

Israelites camp at Kadesh (sanctuary) in 2484 AM. This is camp 32.  Study on Numbers 33, Seder Olam 9

The altar dedication offering on the first day was Nahshon son of Amminadab of the tribe of Judah. Numbers 7:12

The appointed time for the family of Arah (tribe of Judah) to bring firewood for the Temple.  Nehemiah 10:34Taanit 26a

The Lord talks to Moses, in the tent of meeting, about PesachNumbers 9:1-4

The mitzvah of the Red Heifer was given to the Jewish people.

Miryam’s death in the fortieth year. Seder Olam

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

The Children of  Israel mourn for Moses for 30 days – day 24.  Deuteronomy 34:8

7 Year famine end for King Jehoram. 2 Kings 8:1, Joel 1:4, Taanit 5a

Hezekiah began consecrating the temple, day 1.  II Chronicles 29:17

Achashveirosh’s party of 180 days, begins. Esther 1:4HaMeor SheBiMegila (Yeshua Gedola).

Cyrus was crowned “King of Babylonia and King of all lands”.

Plot of Bigthan and Teresh to assassinate Xerxes is discovered by Mordecai. Apocrypha; Book of Esther.

God gives Egypt to Babylon for wages. Ezekiel 29:17

Ezra begins journey from Babylon.  Ezra 7:9

Ezra finishes dealing with foreign wives, in 456 BCE.  Ezra 10:17

The pur was cast for the Esther‘s people. Esther 3:7

Nehemiah is sad before Artaxerxes.  Nehemiah 2:1

Nehemiah leaves for JerusalemNehemiah 2:1-9

The sanctuary of Ezekiel’s temple is purified Ezekiel 45:18

 

     2nd   

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 92. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 25. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The consecration of Aaron and his sons. Day 2  Exodus 40:1-16Leviticus 8:31-36

Moses performed the first “Parah Adumah“, the red heifer purification. Seder Olam

On the second day Nethanel son of Zuar, the leader of Issachar, brought his altar dedication offeringNumbers 7:18

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

The Children of  Israel mourn for Moses for 30 days – day 25.  Deuteronomy 34:8

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 2.  II Chronicles 29:17

 

     3rd   

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 93. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 26. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The consecration of Aaron and his sons. Day 3  Exodus 40:1-16Leviticus 8:31-36

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

The Children of  Israel mourn for Moses for 30 days – day 26.  Deuteronomy 34:8

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 3.  II Chronicles 29:17

On the third day, Eliab son of Helon, the leader of the people of Zebulun, brought his altar dedication offering.  Numbers 7:24

 

     4th   

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 94. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 27. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The consecration of Aaron and his sons. Day 4  Exodus 40:1-16Leviticus 8:31-36

The fourth day Elizur son of Shedeur, the leader of the people of Reuben, brought his altar dedication offeringNumbers 7:30

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

The Children of  Israel mourn for Moses for 30 days – day 27.  Deuteronomy 34:8

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 4.  II Chronicles 29:17

 

     5th   

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 95. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 28. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The consecration of Aaron and his sons. Day 5  Exodus 40:1-16Leviticus 8:31-36

Joshua sent scouts to survey Jericho and the surrounding territory. Joshua 2:1, Rashi

The fifth day Shelumiel son of Zurishaddai, the leader of the people of Simeon, brought his altar dedication offering.

Numbers 7:36

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

The Children of  Israel mourn for Moses for 30 days – day 28.  Deuteronomy 34:8

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 5.  II Chronicles 29:17

 

     6th   

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 96. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 29. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The consecration of Aaron and his sons. Day 6  Exodus 40:1-16Leviticus 8:31-36

On the sixth day Eliasaph son of Deuel, the leader of the people of Gad, brought his altar dedication offering.  Numbers 7:42

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

The Children of  Israel mourn for Moses for 30 days – day 29.  Deuteronomy 34:8

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 6.  II Chronicles 29:17

    

     7th   

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 97. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 30. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Aaron and his sons complete their ordination. Day 7  Exodus 40, Leviticus 8:30-36

The seventh day Elishama son of Ammihud, the leader of the people of Ephraim, brought his altar dedication offering.

Numbers 7:48

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

The Children of  Israel mourn for Moses for 30 days – day 30.  Deuteronomy 34:8

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 7.  II Chronicles 29:17

sacrifice for the seventh day of the first month, entirely unknown from the Torah. (Cf. Ezekiel 18: 4, 20 with Exodus 20:5,

24:7; Ezekiel 44:31 with Leviticus 22:8; Ezekiel 44:22 with Leviticus 21:14; also Ezekiel 45:20, which mentions a

sacrifice for the seventh day of the first month, entirely unknown from the Torah. V. Rashi to the above verses of Ezekiel,

and Menacoth 45a, and Kiddushin 78a.)  Ezekiel 40:23

April 9, 2003 Saddam Hussein is deposed.

 

     8th   

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 98. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 31. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The eighth day Gamaliel son of Pedahzur, the leader of the people of Manasseh, brought his altar dedication offering.

Numbers 7:54

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

Joshua orders the officers to get their supplies ready to cross the Jordan.  Day 1.  Joshua 1:11, Joshua 4:19-22

Joshua secretly sends two spies to JerichoDay 1 in hiding in the hills of Jericho.  Joshua 2:1-23

The feast of King Achashverosh, which lasted for 180 days, came to an end. Esther 1:4Manot haLevi

Hezekiah reaches the portico of the Lord while consecrating the Temple, day 8.  II Chronicles 29:17

 

     9th   

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 99. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 32. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The ninth day Abidan son of Gideoni, the leader of the people of Benjamin, brought his altar dedication offering.

Numbers 7:60

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

Joshua orders the officers to get their supplies ready to cross the Jordan.  Day 2.  Joshua 1:11, Joshua 4:19-22

Joshua secretly sends two spies to JerichoDay 2 in hiding in the hills of Jericho.  Joshua 2:1-23

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 9.  II Chronicles 29:17

Ezra assemble Jews at the Ahava canal prior to departing Babylon for Israel.  Day 1 Ezra 8:15

Yeshua enters Bethany, six days before Pesach.  John 12:1

 

     10th    

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 100. Genesis 7:24

Abraham circumcises himself, Ishmael, and his entire household.  Genesis 17:22 – 18:2 Mid.Y.16.80,

(Pirke DeRabbi Eleazar 28, Yalkut Chadash 121a – Nisan 13)

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 33. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The Pesach lamb (in Egypt only), without blemish, is chosen.  Exodus 12:3, Targum Pseudo Jonathan 12:3

The tenth day Ahiezer son of Ammishaddai, the leader of the people of Dan, brought his altar dedication offering.

Numbers 7:66

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

Joshua’s secret spies return from JerichoDay 3 in hiding in the hills of Jericho.  Joshua 2:1-23

Israelites cross the Jordan River and enter the promised land, camping at Gilgal.  Joshua 4:19-22Pesikta Rabbah, Ch. 15

Miriam dies on the Sabbath before Pesach.  Seder Olam 10

The mobile well, which supplied water to the Exodus Jews, dries up. Seder Olam 10

Israelites cross the Jordan and erect 12 monuments at Gilgal. Joshua 4:20

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 10.  II Chronicles 29:17

We read about the sun’s healing power on Shabbat HaGadol.  Malachi 4:2

Hezekiah is healed on Shabbat HaGadolII Kings 20:4-11 + Chazal

Ezekiel gets temple measurements.  Ezekiel 40, 41, 42, 43

Ezra assemble Jews at the Ahava canal prior to departing Babylon for Israel.  Day 2 Ezra 8:15

Tradition puts Yehoshua’s composing of the second paragraph of Birkat haMazon.

Yeshua feeds the multitude. John 6:4-15

Yeshua enters Jerusalem, on the foal of a donkey, as Messiah King, on Shabbat.  John 12:12-15, Zechariah 9:9

Yeshua heals the blind and lame.  Matthew 21:14

 

     11th   

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 101. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 34. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The eleventh day Pagiel son of Ocran, the leader of the people of Asher, brought his altar dedication offeringNumbers 7:72

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

Wilderness Israelites are circumcised by Joshua.  Zezachim 119a, Joshua 5:3Seder Olam 11

Ezra assemble Jews at the Ahava canal prior to departing Babylon for Israel.  Day 3 Ezra 8:15

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 11.  II Chronicles 29:17

Yeshua curses the fig tree.  Mark 11:12-14

Yeshua is presented as Messiah Priest, on the first day of the week.  Mark 11:12-19, Isaiah 56:7

 

     12th

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 102. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 35. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The twelfth day Ahira son of Enan, the leader of the people of Naphtali, brought his altar dedication offeringNumbers 7:78

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

Ezra sets out for Jerusalem from the Ahava canal, with gold, silver, and a lot of people, in 457 BCE.  Ezra 8:31

Abraham and Isaac set out to offer Isaac (Akeidah).  Genesis 22:1-18 (see the Zohar on Genesis 28:11)

King Hezekiah fell critically ill. According to Seder Olam, King Hezekiah was taken ill three days before the defeat of King

Sennacherib – day 1. 2 Kings 20:1Seder Olam 23

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 12.  II Chronicles 29:17

Cursed fig tree is withered.   Mark 11:20-25

Yeshua talks about the end times.  Matthew 24, Mark 13Matthew 26:2

Yeshua tells the parable of the 10 virgins and their oil.  Matthew 25:1-13Matthew 26:2

        Yeshua says that whoever feeds, clothes, or visits the least, visited Him.  Matthew 25:24 – 26:2

Yeshua tells the parable of the talents.  Matthew 25:14-29

Yeshua is presented as Messiah Prophet, on the second day of the week.  Mark 11:20 – 14:2

  

     13th

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 103. Genesis 7:24

        All leaven must be put away by this evening.  Exodus 12:15 – Gateway to Judaism

HaShem and the angels visit Abrahamthree days after his circumcision – 2048.  Genesis 18:1ff  Bava Metzia 86b

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 36. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 13.  II Chronicles 29:17

King Hezekiah fell critically ill. According to Seder Olam, King Hezekiah was taken ill three days before  the defeat of King

Sennacherib – day 2. 2 Kings 20:1Seder Olam 23

Haman buys the order for the destruction of the Jews.  Esther 3:7-12

Esther has Mordecai and the Jews fast for three days before seeing the king.  Esther 4:16

Satan enters Judas Iscariot.   Luke 22:3

Yeshua sends two disciples, from Bethany, to Jerusalem to prepare for Pesach.  Mark 14:1-16

Yartzeit of R. Yosef Karo

Yartzeit of R. Mosheh Alsheikh

14th

       Fast-day of the first-born. Soferim 21

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 104. Genesis 7:24

Cain and Able offer their sacrifices.  Genesis 4:3-5PdRE, section 21, Yonaton b. Uziel

Og comes to Abram and relates the capture of Lot. Targun Pseudo Yonatan to Bereshit 14

Isaac blesses Jacob and EsauGenesis 27.  Targum Pseudo Yonatan on Genesis 27.

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

On high they praise HaShem and the treasures of dew are opened. Targum Pseudo Yonatan on Genesis 27.

Mordecai and the Jews fast for the second day.  Esther 4:16

Preparation day.  John 19:14, 31

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 37. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 14.  II Chronicles 29:17

Naomi and Ruth arrived in BethlehemTargum, Ruth 1:22

King Hezekiah fell critically ill. According to Seder Olam, King Hezekiah was taken ill three days before  the defeat of King

Sennacherib – day 3. 2 Kings 20:1Seder Olam 23

Yeshua has a Pesach seder.  John 13:1

Paschal lambs are killed at twilight.  Exodus 12:1-6

Pilate releases Barabbas. Matthew 27:15-21

Yeshua was crucified. John 19:42

Curtain of the temple rent.  Matthew 27:51  

Holy dead are raised to life.  Matthew 27:52-53

Darkness came over all the land from the sixth until the ninth hour.  Matthew 27:34-45

 

    15th

   Pesach / Hag ha-Matza. A Sabbath of Sabbaths (Leviticus 23:6-7) (15 – 21) Exodus 12:17-20

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 105. Genesis 7:24

Abram leaves Haran  Exodus 12:40-41Genesis 12:1-10

Abraham learns of Lot’s captivity and defeats the 4 kings. “Legends of the Bible”, Ginzberg

God afflicts Pharoah, orders Abram and Sarai to leave Egypt, with gifts. Genesis 12:15-20, Yalkut  Shimoni

God afflicts Avimelech in a dream, regarding Sarah. Genesis 20The Haggada

Covenant betwix the parts, with Abraham 430 years before the ExodusGenesis 15:18,  Seder Olam 5, Pirkei deRabbi Eliezer

Abraham is visited by angels and told that Isaac will be born next year in 2047. Rashi on Genesis 18:10Seder Olam 5, Alshich

Lot entertains two angels  Genesis 19:1, 18:14, Midrash Rabbah – Genesis L:12

Isaac was born after a 7 month pregnancy, in a leap year – 2048. Exodus 12:40-41Genesis 18, 19, Rosh HaShannah 10b

Abraham binds Isaac (Akeidah). This is the tenth trial. Genesis 22:1-18 (see the Zohar on Genesis 28:11)

Isaac was sacrificed. Seder Olam

Isaac blesses JacobGenesis 27:4; Yonatan b. Uziel; PdRE 2, Rashi on Genesis 27:9

God tells Laban to leave Jacob alone, in a dreamGenesis 31:24The Haggada

Jacob wrestles with an angelGenesis 32:24The Haggada

God destroys Sodom and Gomorrah.  Genesis 19

Death of Job. Jer. Sotah 5:8

Jacob and sixty-nine descendants enter Egypt.  Exodus 12:40-42 – 2238 AM

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 38. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Moses saw the burning bush in 2447 – Day 1 of 7. Exodus 3:2, Bahya, Bo, Midrash Rabbah – Leviticus XI:6

Israelites in Egypt celebrate the first Pesach (2448 BCE). Exodus 12:6-11

Egyptian officials beg Moses and the Israelites to leave (yom chamishi).  Exodus 11:8

Egyptians bury their firstborn.  Exodus 33:3-4

Israelites leave Ramses and journey towards Succoth, day one. The Exodus begins! Exodus 12:48-51 – 2448 AM

All males to appear before the Lord in Jerusalem.  Deuteronomy 16:16

Israelites celebrate Pesach in the Sinai desert.  Numbers 9:1-5

The Children of Israel used the manna which was in their vessels. Kidushin 38a

Joshua and the Israelites celebrate Pesach at Gilgal.  Joshua 5:10

Joshua and the Israelites besiege Jericha and march around the city – day 1.  Joshua 6:1ff

Gideon is visited by an angel regarding the salvation of Israel.  Judges 6

Gideon destroys Midian with the omer’s barley cake.  Judges 7Midrash Yalkut 62The Haggada

HaShem swept away the army of the prince of Charoshes (Sisera) with the stars of night. Judges 4 and 5The Haggada

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 15.  II Chronicles 29:17

God heals the people.  II Chronicles 30:1-20

Exiles celebrated with joy because Assyrian King to help with temple.  Ezra 6:22

Josiah celebrates Pesach in the midst of removing idolatryII Kings 23:19-25

Hezekiah recovers from his fatal illness and goes up to the LORD on the third day. Rashi to Isaiah 38:1ff

The Assyrian army of Sennacherib, which threatened Jerusalem was destroyed. 2 Kings 19:35, Targum Rav Yosef

Nebuchadnezzar had a dream about a statue of four metals. Daniel 2 and 3The Haggada

The hand writing on the wall delivers a message of judgement to Belshazzar. Daniel 5The Haggada

       Daniel is thrown into the lion’s den in 3389.  Daniel 6, The Haggada

Israelites who returned from Babylonian exile, celebrated PesachEzra 6:19-22

King Achashverosh has his sleep disturbed.  Esther 6:1

       Vashti is executed by King Achashverosh. Esther 1:21; Derash le-Purim

Mordecai is honored by Haman and king Achashverosh.  Esther 5:1 – 6:10

       Mordecai and the Jews fast for the third and last day.  Esther 4:16

Esther invites the king to feast.  Esther 5:1-4, Seder Olam 29

To be celebrated during the millennium.  Ezekiel 45:21-24

John the Baptist is born. Luke 1:24

Joseph and Mary celebrate Pesach in Jerusalem with 12 year old YeshuaLuke 2:39-41

Yeshua performs miracles and is believed.  John 2:23

Yeshua‘s first day in the grave.  Matthew 27:62

Chief priests and Pharisees get Pilate to make the tomb of Yeshua secure.  Matthew 27:62-66

Peter is arrested.  Acts 12:3

The day of vengeance when the winepress is trodden. Isaiah 63The Haggada

The exile ends with unique day, without daytime or nighttime. Zechariah 16:6, Micah 7:15 and Psalm 139:12The Haggada

Double misfortune will You bring in an instant upon Utsis (Edom) on PassoverIsaiah 47The Haggada

Pesach will be celebrated in Ezekiel’s future.  Ezekiel 45:21-22

 Torah section is Exodus 12:21-51; Numbers 28:19-25Haftorah is Joshua 5:2 – 6:1.

 

16th

 Hag ha-Matza – Second day. A partial Sabbath (MishnaSeder Moed: Tractate Moed Katan).   Exodus 12:17-20

       The Omer or the day after Pesach – bread of the FIRSTFRUITS (Pharisees) Leviticus 23:15

       The Omer is offered.  Leviticus 23:14Rambam, Temidin U’Musafin 7:2-17

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 106. Genesis 7:24

Sodom is destroyed while Lot and his daughters are delivered.  Genesis 19:1, 18:14, Midrash Rabbah – Genesis L:12

Birth of Levi. Midrash Tadshe, Midrash Yalkut 1

Yahrzheit of Levi ben Yaakov Aveinu, Prince of the Tribe.

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 39. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Moses saw the burning bush in 2447 – Day 2 of 7. Exodus 3:2, Bahya, Bo, Midrash Rabbah – Leviticus XI:6

Israelites leave Ramses and journey to SuccothExodus 12:48-51 Our heritage, Eliyahu Kitov

The supply of manna was exhausted in 2488. Kiddushin 38a

The Omer was offered for the first time by Jews in Israel. Joshua 5:11, Rosh HaShannah 13a

Israelites eat produce of the promised land (2488 BCE). Joshua 5:11

Bread from heaven (Manna) stopped.  Joshua 5:12

Joshua and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 2.  Joshua 6:1ff

An angel ordered Gideon to attack the Midianites. Judges 6:19, Rashi

King Saul’s seven sons were killed. Midrash Rabbah, Naso, ch.8

David and his men eat consecrated bread.  Luke 6:1-5 and 1 Samuel 21:1-6?  [5]

Hezekiah finishes consecrating the Temple, day 16. II Chronicles 29:17

EstherHaman, and the king feast. King kills Haman.  Esther 5:5-5

Haman was hanged in 3404. Esther 7:10Seder Olam 29

Mordecai becomes chief minister in place of HamanEsther 8:2

Cyrus, King of Persia, captured Babylon in 539 BCE.

Yeshua‘s disciples pick grain on the day (partial Sabbath) after Pesach.  Luke 6:1Matthew 12:1 – 13:30   2

Yeshua tells the parable of the wheat and the tares.  Matthew 13:24-30

Yeshua heals the man with the withered hand.  Matthew 12:9-16

Yeshua gives sight and hearing to a demon possessed man.  Matthew 12:22-23

Yeshua tells the parable of the wheat and the tares.  Matthew 13:24-30

Two Miryams prepared spices and perfumes to embalm Yeshua.  Luke 23:56

Yeshua‘s second day in the tomb.  John 19:30-36

  Torah section is Leviticus 22:26 – 23:44; Numbers 28:19-25Haftorah is 2 Kings 23:1-9; 21-25.

    17th

Hag ha-Matza – Third day.  Exodus 12:17-20

The Omer, day 2.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 107. Genesis 7:24

Abraham returns to his family in Beer Sheva. Genesis 22:19

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 40. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Moses saw the burning bush in 2447 – Day 3 of 7. Exodus 3:2, Bahya, Bo, Midrash Rabbah – Leviticus XI:6

Israelites leave Succoth and arrive at EthamExodus 12:48-51 Our heritage, Eliyahu Kitov

Moses collects Joseph‘s bones.  Exodus 13:19

Joshua and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 3.  Joshua 6:1ff

Hamans plans came to naught.  Esther 3:12, 4:16, 5:1, 7:2-9

Resurrection SabbathYeshua rose from the dead, at the end of the third day. It is a Sabbath.  Matthew 12:48

Yeshua heals the man with a withered hand on the Sabbath after Pesach.  Luke 6:6-11

Peter is arrested and imprisoned by Herod.  Acts 12:3

Torah section is Exodus 13:1-16; Numbers 28:19-25. There is no Haftorah.

 

18th

Hag ha-Matza – Fourth day.  Exodus 12:17-20

The Omer, day 3.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 108. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 41. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Pharaoh was informed that the Hebrew slaves had escaped. Exodus 14:5, Rashi

Moses saw the burning bush in 2447 – Day 4 of 7. Exodus 3:2, Bahya, Bo, Midrash Rabbah – Leviticus XI:6

Israelites rest on Shabbat in Etham.  Exodus 13:20,  Our heritage, Eliyahu Kitov

Joshua and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 4.  Joshua 6:1ff

Yeshua, at 12 years old, stays in Jerusalemteaching, when His parents find Him.   Luke 2:41-51

God removes Yeshua‘s grave covering stone.  Mark 16:2-4

Two Miryams come to Yeshua‘s tomb to embalm Him.  John 20:1-9

Yeshua tells the women not to touch Him.  John 20:17

Yeshua opens the scriptures on the road to Emmaus. Luke 24:13

Yeshua shows Himself to ten apostles in the upper room, the evening of the first day of the week. John 20:19

Torah section is Exodus 22:24 – 23:19; Numbers 28:19-25. There is no Haftorah.

 

19th

Hag ha-Matza – Fifth day.  Exodus 12:17-20

The Omer, day 4.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 109. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 42. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Moses saw the burning bush in 2447 – Day 5 of 7. Exodus 3:2, Bahya, Bo, Midrash Rabbah – Leviticus XI:6

Pharaoh set out in pursuit of the Israelites. Exodus 14:5, Rashi

Israelites turn back towards Pi Hachiroth on Yom Rishon.  Exodus 13:20,  Our heritage, Eliyahu Kitov

Joshua and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 5.  Joshua 6:1ff

Yeshua appears to the ten apostles. John 20:19, Luke 24:21-36

Torah section is Exodus 33:12 – 34:26; Numbers 28:19-25. There is no Haftorah.

 

20th

Hag ha-Matza – Sixth day.  Exodus 12:17-20

The Omer, day 5.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 110. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 43. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Moses saw the burning bush in 2447 – Day 6 of 7. Exodus 3:2, Bahya, Bo, Midrash Rabbah – Leviticus XI:6

Pharoah chases the Israelites to Pi Hachiroth.  Exodus 13:20, Our heritage, Eliyahu Kitov

Pharaoh and his army caught up with the Israelites. Exodus 14:5, Rashi

Joshua and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 6.  Joshua 6:1ff

Yeshua needs the sprinkling for touching the dead.  Numbers 19:11-13

Torah section is Numbers 9:1-14;  28:19-25. There is no Haftorah.

 

21rst

Hag ha-Matza – Seventh day.  Exodus 12:17-20

The Omer, day 6.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 111. Genesis 7:24

The Lord wipes out the world with water in Noah‘s day. Noah and his family preserved.  Genesis 6:6-7 – TC, AC

Jacob left Laban’s home to return to Israel. Genesis 31:17, Book of Jubilees 29:5.

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 44. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Pharaoh’s decree against Israelite male infants was canceled. Sotah 12b

Moses is set adrift in an ark on the Nile river, 81 years before The ExodusSotah 12b

Moses saw the burning bush in 2447 – Day 7 of 7. Exodus 3:2, Bahya, Bo, Midrash Rabbah – Leviticus XI:6

Moses departed from Midyan to redeem Israel from EgyptEliyahu Kitov – “Our Heritage”

Moses tells the Israelites to see the salvation of HaShem.  Exodus 14:13, Sotah 12b

Israelites cross the Reed Sea.  Exodus 14:26-29, Sotah 12b

God removes wheels from Egyptian chariots.  Exodus 14:24-25

God destroys Pharaoh’s army, chariots, and horses with water.  Exodus 14:21-28, TC, AC

Moses and Miriam sing the song of Moses to the Lord.  Exodus 15

God refines Israel with fire, destroying the outskirts.  Numbers 11:1-3, TC

Israelites crave meat from God.  Numbers 11:4, TC [6]

God forms the Sanhedrin from the spirit of Moses.  Numbers 11:16-25, TC

Joshua and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 7. Jericho’s walls receed. Jericho is destroyed.  Joshua 6:1ff

Deborah holds court to decide disputes of the Israelites.  Judges 4:4-5, TC

Deborah sings a song to the Lord.  Judges 5, TC

David sings a song to the Lord.  2 Samuel 22, AC [7]

Peter is freed by an angel.  Act 12:3-10

Disciples were gathered together for prayer.  Acts 12:3-12

Peter is released from prison by an angel. Peter went to Mary’s house (the mother of John Mark)  Acts 12:3-12

Herod searches for Peter, cross examines guards, executes guards, and travels from Judea to Caesarea.  Acts 12:18-19

This is the day God will destroy the wicked and baptize the righteous with fire.  Matthew 3:112 Peter 3:3-16, TC

Solemn Assembly required on this last day of the Hag ha-Matza.  Deuteronomy 16:8

       Torah section is Exodus 13:17 – 15:26; Numbers 28:19-25Haftorah is 2 Samuel 22:1-51.

 

22nd

The Omer, day 7, week 1.

Isru Chag in Eretz Israel.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 112. Genesis 7:24

Isaac is circumcisedGenesis 21:4, Exodus 12:40-41Genesis 18, 19, Rosh HaShannah 10b

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 45. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Israelites start crossing the desert of Etham, without any water. Day 1  Exodus 15:22, Numbers 33:8

Joshua begins his march around Jericho, day 1. Seder Olam 11

Zechariah and Elizabeth circumcise, and name, John the Baptist.  Luke 1:57-63

Yeshua, at 12 years old, stays in Jerusalemteaching while look for Him.  Luke 2:41-51

Paul leaves Phillipi after spending 3 months there. Day 1  Acts 20:6

 

23rd

The Omer, day 8, week 1 plus 1 day.

Isru Chag in the diaspora.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 113. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 46. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Laban learns that Jacob has fled from him.  Genesis 31:22  Book of Jubilees

Laban pursues Jacob. Day 1  Genesis 31:23  Book of Jubilees

Israelites continue crossing the desert of Etham, without any water. Day 2  Exodus 15:22, Numbers 33:8

Joshua is marching around Jericho, day 2. Seder Olam 11

Some say that on this day were hung the seven sons of King Shaul, as demanded by the Givonim. 2 Samuel 21:9

Yeshua, at 12 years old, stays in Jerusalemteaching while parents go home.  Luke 2:41-51

Paul leaves Phillipi and travels five days to Troas. Day 2  Acts 20:6

24th

The Omer, day 9, week 1 plus 2 days.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 114. Genesis 7:24

Laban pursues Jacob. Day 2  Genesis 31:23  Book of Jubilees

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 47. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Israelites finish crossing the desert of Etham, without any water. Day 3  Exodus 15:22, Numbers 33:8

Moses threw a piece of wood in the waters of Marah and they became sweet.  Numbers 15:22-25

Israelites observe Sabbath at Marah. Honor parents, rest on Shabbat, and Noachide laws are given.  Shabbat 87b

The Lord made a decree and law for them, there He tested them, at Marah.  Exodus 15:25

Joshua is marching around Jericho, day 3. Seder Olam 11

Daniel’s prayer is answered. Daniel is shown what will happen to his people, in the future.  Daniel 10:4 – 12:13

Yeshua, at 12 years old, stays in Jerusalemteaching, when His parents find Him.   Luke 2:41-51

Yeshua needs the sprinkling for touching the dead.  Numbers 19:11-13

Paul leaves Phillipi and travels five days to Troas. Day 3  Acts 20:6

 

25th

The Omer, day 10, week 1 plus 3 days.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 115. Genesis 7:24

Laban pursues Jacob. Day 3  Genesis 31:23  Book of Jubilees

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 48. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Israelites arrive at Elim. They will camp here for 20 days.  Shemot 15:27, Ibn Ezra

Joshua is marching around Jericho, day 4. Seder Olam 11

David called the people to arms after the incident with Uriah. Soncino Zohar, Bereshith, Section 1, Page 8b

Yeshua shows Himself to doubting Thomas. Yeshua celebrates Havdallah with the Disciples.  John 20:26-28

Paul leaves Phillipi and travels five days to Troas. Day 4  Acts 20:6

 

26th

The Omer, day 11, week 1 plus 4 days.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 116. Genesis 7:24

Laban pursues Jacob. Day 4  Genesis 31:23  Book of Jubilees

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 49. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Joshua is marching around Jericho, day 5. Seder Olam 11

Joshua, disciple of Moses, dies.  Taanit 1,  Bava Batra 14b

Paul leaves Phillipi and arrives today in Troas, it is SabbathDay 5  Acts 20:6

 

27th

The Omer, day 12, week 1 plus 5 days.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 117. Genesis 7:24

Laban pursues Jacob. Day 5  Genesis 31:23  Book of Jubilees

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 50. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Joshua is marching around Jericho, day 6. Seder Olam 11

Ezekiel gets the word that Nebuchadnezzar will get Egypt as pay for his army when fighting Tyre.  Ezekiel 29:17-21

Paul stays seven days in Troas. Day 1  Acts 20:6

Yom HaShoah (Holocaust remberence day).

 

28th

The Omer, day 13, week 1 plus 6 days.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 118. Genesis 7:24

Laban pursues Jacob. Day 6  Genesis 31:23  Book of Jubilees

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 51. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Joshua is marching around Jericho on Shabat, day 7. Seder Olam 11, Yehoshua 6, Tanchum Nasa, 28

The fall of Jericho.  Seder Olam 11

Paul stays seven days in Troas. Day 2  Acts 20:6

Osama Bin Laden is killed – he is 53 years old.

 

29th

The Omer, day 14, week 2 plus 0 days.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 119. Genesis 7:24

Laban pursues Jacob. Day 7. Laban catches Jacob.  Genesis 31:23  Book of Jubilees

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 52. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Paul stays seven days in Troas. Day 3  Acts 20:6

Yom HaShoah

30th

The Omer, day 15, week 2 plus 1 days.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 120. Genesis 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 53. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuos, page 61.

Paul stays seven days in Troas. Day 4  Acts 20:6

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT I ONLY COPIED 1 MONTH, THE MONTH OF NISAN BUT THE WEBSITE HAS ALL THE MONTHS AND WHAT HAPPENED ON CERTAIN DAYS OF THOSE MONTHS – GREAT PAGE AND WEBSITE!  YOU CAN SEE THE PATTERNS I’VE BEEN SPEAKING ABOUT.

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PASSOVER

http://www.betemunah.org/passover.html#_Toc365913526

Below I have posted a link to a website that has a very informative study and post regarding Passover, past and future.  Please click on the 2 link immediately below and expect to spend some time in your most comfortable chair because there is a lot of reading there!

Passover By Rabbi Dr. Hillel ben David (Greg Killian) (click link for website) This page tells about the Passover’s beginning with Abraham (even before during Cain and Abel).  Tons of research and study was put into this page which is written by the above Rabbi.  I have posted a part of the Passover page below but please visit the site yourself because there is so much informative information on this page.

The Watchman (clink link for website) – This site has a huge amount of teaching, study and explanation from a Messianic Jew.

V. Passover Events (SEE ORIGINAL WEBSITE LINK ABOVE FOR COMPLETE ARTICLE POST)

Because Nisan 15 is appointed time as a day for redemption, we ought to be able to see other Torah events which have the same themes as the redemption from Egypt. Any event which mimics these themes can be identified as occurring on Nisan 15. Let’s examine a couple of the more obvious events which took place on Nisan 15:

 

EVENT

DELIVERED FROM:

SCRIPTURE

     
Abram leaves Ur The exile in Ur Bereshit (Genesis) 15:6-16
Abram goes to Egypt Egyptian bondage and exile Bereshit (Genesis) 12:10 – 13:4
Angels visit Abraham Circumcision pain Bereshit (Genesis) 18:1-18
Angels visit Lot The Sodom exile Bereshit (Genesis) 19:1-29
Isaac is born and is Bound Jews delivered from death Bereshit (Genesis) 18:1-10
Yeshua is born and is bound Gentiles delivered from death Marqos (Mark) 15:37-42

 

In the Haggada we read of the following Passover events:

 

Of old, You performed many miracles by night. At the beginning of the first watch of this night.

 To the righteous convert (Abraham) You gave victory when there was divided for him the night.

 You judged the king of Gerar (Abimelech with death) in a dream by night.

 You frightened the Aramean (Laban) in the dark of night.

 Israel (Jacob) fought with an angel and overcame him by night.

 The first-born children of the Egyptians You crushed at midnight.

 They did not find their host when they arose at night.

 You swept away the army of the prince of Charoshes (Sisera) with the stars of night.

 The blasphemer (Senacherib) had planned to raise his hand against Jerusalem; You laid low his dead by night.

 The idol Bel was overthrown, with its pedestal, in the darkness of the night.

 To Daniel, in whom You delighted, the secret vision was revealed at night.

 He who caroused from the holy vessels (Belshazzar) was slain on that same night.

 From the lions’ den was rescued he who interpreted the meaning of the terrors of the night.

 Haman bore hatred in his heart and wrote proscriptions at night.

 You began Your triumph over him when You disturbed the sleep of his king at night.

 You will tread the wine-press to help those who ask the watchman, ‘Ah, when will there be an end to the long night?’

 He will exclaim, like a watchman and say” ‘Morning will come after this night.’

 Bring near the day (with the coming of Mashiach), that is neither day nor night.

 Show, Most High, that Yours is the day as well as the night.

 Appoint watchmen to Your city (Jerusalem) by day and by night.

 Illumine as with the light of day, the darkness of the night.

 The following is said on the second night of Passover. On the first night, skip the next passages.

 You displayed wondrously Your mighty powers on Passover.

 Above all festivals You elevated Passover.

 To the Oriental (Abraham) You revealed the future midnight of Passover.

 At his door You knocked in the heat of the day on Passover.

 He satiated the angels with matza-cakes on Passover.

 And he ran to the herd, symbolic of the sacrificial beast of Passover.

 The Sodomites provoked (God) and were destroyed by fire on Passover.

 Lot was withdrawn from them, he had baked matzoth at the time of            Passover.

 You swept clean the soil of Moph and Noph (Egypt) when You passed through on Passover.

 God, You crushed every firstborn of On (In Egypt) on the watchful night of Passover.

 But Master, Your own firstborn, You skipped by merit of the blood of Passover.

 Not to allow the Destroyer to enter my doors on Passover.

 The beleaguered (Jericho) was besieged on Passover.

 Midian was destroyed with a barley cake from the Omer of Passover.

 The princes of Pul and Lud (Assyria) were consumed in a great conflagration on Passover.

 He (Senacherib) would have stood that day at Nob, but for the advent of Passover.

 hand inscribed the destruction of Zul (Babylon) on Passover.

 As the watch was set, and the royal table decked on Passover.

 Hadassah (Esthergathered her people for a three day fast on Passover.

 You caused the head of the evil clan (Haman) to be hanged on a fifty-cubit gallows on     Passover.

 Doubly, will You bring in an instant upon Utsis (Edom) on Passover.

 Let Your hand be strong, and Your right arm exalted as on the night when You hallowed the festival of Passover. 

The Bereshit (Genesis) Passover

Chazal[31] indicate that Passover is celebrated because Nisan 15 was designated from the creation of the world, as a time for redemption. The events of Exodus occurred on Nisan 15 because that was THE time for suchevents. Since the energy of Nisan 15 recurs each year, then each year we should see similar events. The best way to visualize this is to see redemptive / exile events prior to the exodus. Let’s start by looking at a ‘Passover’event in Genesis, nearly 2500 years before the exodus!

Bereshit (Genesis) 18:1-10 HaShem appeared to Abraham near the great trees of Mamre while he was sitting at the entrance to his tent in the heat of the day. Abraham looked up and saw three menstanding nearby. When he saw them, he hurried from the entrance of his tent to meet them and bowed low to the ground. He said, “If I have found favor in your eyes, my lord, do not pass your servant by. Let a little water be brought, and then you may all wash your feet and rest under this tree. Let me get you something to eat, so you can be refreshed and then go on your way–now that you have come to your servant.” “Very well,” they answered, “do as you say.” So Abraham hurried into the tent to Sarah. “Quick,” he said, “get three se’ahs of fine flour and knead it and bake some bread.” Then he ran to the herd and selected a choice, tender calf and gave it to a servant, who hurried to prepare it. He then brought some curds and milk and the calf that had been prepared, and set these before them. While they ate, he stood near them under a tree. “Where is your wife Sarah?” they asked him. “There, in the tent,” he said. Then HaShem said, “I will surely return to you about this timenext year, and Sarah your wife will have a son.” Now Sarah was listening at the entrance to the tent, which was behind him.

The only kind of bread that you can make quickly is matza (unleavened bread). That same day the angels saw Lot:

Here we have an apparent Passover because of the

1. Unleavened bread.

2. The haste.

3. The leaving of Sodom (redemption).

4. Bereshit (Genesis) 18:14 contains the Hebrew word, moed, which means an appointment. This is the Hebrew word that also is translated “festival”. All of HaShem’s festivals are called moedim.

The Midrash agrees with this assessment:

Midrash Rabbah – Shemot (Exodus) XV:12 AND THEY SHALL TAKE OF THE BLOOD, AND PUT IT ON THE TWO SIDE-POSTS (XII, 7): So that I may pass over you and protect you.’ Take care that it be eaten that night, for it says: AND THEY SHALL EAT THE FLESH IN THAT NIGHT, ROAST WITH FIRE (XII, 8); ‘this is for the sake of Abraham whom I saved from the fiery furnace. ANDUNLEAVENED BREAD (ib.)-in honor of Sarah who prepared cakes for the angels, though they did not taste bread.[32] WITH BITTER HERBS (ib.)[33] in honor of Jacob; for just as his sons were persecuted in Egypt, so did Esau persecute him. AND YE SHALL LET NOTHING OF IT REMAIN UNTIL THE MORNING (XII, 10). ‘Just as I will not leave one soul alive of the firstborn in Egypt, So YE SHALL LET NOTHING OF IT REMAIN UNTIL THE MORNING.

As an aside: Why was HaShem visiting Abraham? If you look at the paragraph which precedes chapter 18, you will notice that Abraham has just circumcised himself and his household. The third day after his circumcision is the most painful day. Therefore, HaShem was visiting His friend, Abraham, who was sick. This is bikur cholim, visiting the sick!

At any rate, Lot was celebrating a Passover feast and he served his angelic guests, matza. Now, the Sages also link this Passover seder with the Purim Seudah.[34] They see that the same word used for the feast (Mishteh) that Lot had with the angels is also used in connection with the Purim Seudah:

Bereshit (Genesis) 19:3 And he pressed upon them greatly; and they turned in unto him, and entered into his house; and he made them a feast, and did bake unleavened bread, and they did eat.

This feast this Mishteh that Lot served is also the feast, the Mishteh, that constituted the Purim Seudah:

Esther 8:17 And in every province, and in every city, whithersoever the king’s commandment and his decree came, the Jews had joy and gladness, a feast and a good day. And many of the people of the land became Jews; for the fear of the Jews fell upon them.

Esther 9:17 On the thirteenth day of the month Adar; and on the fourteenth day of the same rested they, and made it a day of feasting and gladness.

Esther 9:18 But the Jews that [were] at Shushan assembled together on the thirteenth [day] thereof, and on the fourteenth thereof; and on the fifteenth [day] of the same they rested, and made it a day of feasting and gladness.

Esther 9:19 Therefore the Jews of the villages, that dwelt in the unwalled towns, made the fourteenth day of the month Adar [a day of] gladness and feasting, and a good day, and of sending portions one to another.

Esther 9:22 As the days wherein the Jews rested from their enemies, and the month which was turned unto them from sorrow to joy, and from mourning into a good day: that they should make them days of feasting and joy, and of sending portions one to another, and gifts to the poor.

In Talmudic literature, the word Mishteh is ONLY used in connection with the Passover seder and the Purim Seudah (meal). The Sages, therefore teach that this Passover seder was also a Purim Seudah! This was a combination feast that took place on Passover!

Now let’s see what two of those same angels did, on that same day, for Lot:

Bereshit (Genesis) 19:1-3 The two angels arrived at Sodom in the evening, and Lot was sitting in the gateway of the city. When he saw them, he got up to meet them and bowed down with his face to the ground. “My lords,” he said, “please turn aside to your servant’s house. You can wash your feet and spend the night and then go on your way early in the morning.” “No,” they answered, “we will spend the night in the square.” But he insisted so strongly that they did go with him and entered his house. He prepared a meal for them, baking bread without yeast, and they ate.

The sages understood that Isaac was born on Passover. Take a look again at Bereshit (Genesis) 18:14, which is where we are told that Isaac will be born on the festival which Abraham was now celebrating. This began thefour hundred years spoken about in:

Bereshit (Genesis) 15:12-14 As the sun was setting, Abram fell into a deep sleep, and a thick and dreadful darkness came over him. Then HaShem said to him, “Know for certain that your descendants will be strangers in a country not their own, and they will be enslaved and mistreated four hundred years. But I will punish the nation they serve as slaves, and afterward they will come out with great possessions.

The Talmud confirms this:

Rosh HaShana 10b It has been taught: R. Eliezer says: In Tishri the world was created; in Tishri the Patriarchs[35] were born; in Tishri the Patriarchs died; on Passover Isaac was born; on New Year Sarah, Rachel, and Hannah were visited;[36] on New Year Joseph went forth from prison

 Rosh HaShana 11a Whence do we know that Isaac was born on Passover? — Because it is written, On the [next] festival I will return unto thee.[37] Now when was he [the angelspeaking?[38] Shall I say [he was speaking] on Passover and referring to Pentecost? Could she bear in fifty days?[39] Shall I say then that [he was speaking on] Pentecost and was referring to Tishri? Even in five months could she bear? I must suppose then that he was speaking on Tabernacles and referring to Passover.[40] Even so, could she bear in six months? — It has been taught that that year was a leap year. All the same, if the Master deducts the days of uncleanness,[41] the time is too short? — Mar Zutra replied: Even those who hold that when a woman bears at nine months she does not give birth before the month is complete[42] admit that if she bears at seven months she can give birth before the month is complete, as it says, And it came to pass after the cycle of days;[43] the minimum of cycles is two, and the minimum of days is two.

Hopefully we can now appreciate that Nisan 15, for all times) is a time for redemptionexile, miracles, and matza!

The Egyptian Passover:

 Egypt, in Hebrew, Mitzrayim, literally means a

“Place of Narrowness.”

The Torah’s name for Egypt is Mitzrayim, and this name does not just refer to a geographical location. The root letters of this Hebrew name spell metzar, a word which means “confinement or distress”.

To be in “Mitzrayim” is to be in a place of confinement or distress —physical and/or spiritual.

With this in mind, let’s examine the Passover that took place in the days of Moses:

Shemot (Exodus) 12:1-14 HaShem said to Moses and Aaron in Egypt, “This month is to be for you the first month, the first month of your year. Tell the whole community of Israel that on the tenth day of this month each man is to take a lamb for his family, one for each household. If any household is too small for a whole lamb, they must share one with their nearest neighbor, having taken into account the number of people there are. You are to determine the amount of lamb needed in accordance with what each person will eat. The animals you choose must be year-old males without defect, and you may take them from the sheep or the goats. Take care of them until the fourteenth day of the month, when all the people of the community of Israel must slaughter them at twilight. Then they are to take some of the blood and put it on the sides and tops of the doorframes of the houses where they eat the lambs. That same night they are to eat the meat roasted over the fire, along with bitter herbs, and bread made without yeast. Do not eat the meat raw or cooked in water, but roast it over the fireheadlegs and inner parts. Do not leave any of it till morning; if some is left till morning, you must burn it. This is how you are to eat it: with your cloak tucked into your belt, your sandals on your feet and your staff in your handEat it in haste; it is HaShem’s Passover. “On that same night I will pass through Egypt and strike down every firstborn–both men and animals–and I will bring judgment on all the gods of Egypt. I am HaShem. The blood will be a sign for you on the houses where you are; and when I see the blood, I will pass over you. No destructive plague will touch you when I strike Egypt. “This is a day you are to commemorate; for the generations to come you shall celebrate it as a festival to HaShem–a lasting ordinance.

“This month shall be the beginning of months” is the first commandment given to the entire nation of Israel. To obey this commandment requires that you understand when a month begins and when the year begins. The written Torah never answers these questions. The Talmud does address this issue. Unless Israel has the authority to declare the new moons, the Rosh Chodeshim, then they would not have the ability to carry out thiscommand. Unless this command is carried out, there would be no festivals.

According to this next passage, Israel entered Egypt on Passover:

Shemot (Exodus) 12:40-42 Now the length of time the Israelite people lived in Egypt was 430 years. At the end of the 430 years, to the very day, all HaShem’s divisions left Egypt. Because HaShem kept vigil that night to bring them out of Egypt, on this night all the Israelites are to keep vigil to honor HaShem for the generations to come.

Notice who came out of Egypt:

Shemot (Exodus) 12:31-38 During the night Pharaoh summoned Moses and Aaron and said, “Up! Leave my people, you and the Israelites! Go, worship HaShem as you have requested. Take your flocks and herds, as you have said, and go. And also bless me.” The Egyptians urged the people to hurry and leave the country. “For otherwise,” they said, “we will all die!” So the people took their dough before the yeast was added, and carried it on their shoulders in kneading troughs wrapped in clothing. The Israelites did as Moses instructed and asked the Egyptians for articles of silver and gold and for clothing. HaShem had made the Egyptians favorably disposed toward the people, and they gave them what they asked for; so they plundered the Egyptians. The Israelites journeyed fromRamses to Succoth. There were about six hundred thousand men on foot, besides women and children. Many other people went up with them, as well as large droves of livestock, both flocks and herds.

So, not only Israelites, but Gentiles as well! This is significant because these were the same folks who stood at the foot of Mount Sinai and received the Torah (instruction or law). As an aside, of the 600,000 men who came out of Egypt, only two men (besides the Levites) entered the promised land: one Israelite: Yehoshua (Joshua) the Ephramite, and one who was a descendant of a Gentile convert: Caleb the son of Jephuneh, the Kenizzite. Please recall that the Kenizzites are one of the peoples who’s land is promised to Abraham in the covenant between the parts.

Two of the first things that HaShem tells Moshe when sending him to take the Jews out of Egypt are that He is rescuing them so as to bring them to Israel[44] and that on their way out of Egypt, Moshe Should take them to Har Sinai.[45] Perhaps more than any other holiday, Passover, as presented in Tanakh, represents a major change in the Jewish people and their relationship to HaShem and the land of Israel. We read of Passover celebrations during the times of Yehoshua (Joshua), Samuel, Hezekiah, Josiah, and Zerubavel. In each case, the celebration came along with “major changes”.

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Here is another story which is very much like the story of Moses and the Egyptian Passover:

Shoftim (Judges) 6:11-22 The angel of HaShem came and sat down under the oak in Ophrah that belonged to Joash the Abiezrite, where his son Gideon was threshing wheat in a winepress to keep it from the Midianites. When the angel of HaShem appeared to Gideon, he said, “HaShem is with you, mighty warrior.” “But sir,” Gideon replied, “if HaShem is with us, why has all this happened to us? Where are all his wonders that our fathers told us about when they said, ‘Did not HaShem bring us up out of Egypt?’ But now HaShem has abandoned us and put us into the hand of Midian.” HaShem turned to him and said, “Go in the strength you have and save Israel out of Midian’s hand. Am I not sending you?” “But Lord,” Gideon asked, “how can I save Israel? My clan is the weakest in Manasseh, and I am the least in my family.” HaShem answered, “I will be with you, and you will strike down all the Midianites together.” Gideon replied, “If now I have found favor in your eyes, give me a sign that it is really you talking to me. Please do not go away until I come back and bring my offering and set it before you.” And HaShem said, “I will wait until you return.” Gideon went in, prepared a young goat, and from an ephah of flour he made bread without yeast. Putting the meat in a basket and its broth in a pot, he brought them out and offered them to him under the oak. Theangel of God said to him, “Take the meat and the unleavened bread, place them on this rock, and pour out the broth.” And Gideon did so. With the tip of the staff that was in his hand, the angel of HaShem touched the meat and the unleavened breadFire flared from the rock, consuming the meat and the bread. And the angel of HaShem disappeared. When Gideon realized that it was the angel of HaShem, he exclaimed, “Ah, Sovereign HaShem! I have seen the angel of HaShem face to face!”

Here we see Gideon able to stand up to an angel and demand to know where his signs and wonders are. Throughout the Tanakh,[46] when a man encountered an angel, he would fall on his face like a dead man. How did Gideon generate the strength to talk to an angel like this? The Sages teach us that it was the first day of Passover and Gideon’s father had just inspired him at the seder table. Thus Gideon was imbued with the spiritualstrength to stand up to the angel.

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Bereshit (Genesis) 15:9-16 So HaShem said to him, “Bring me a heifer, a goat and a ram, each three years old, along with a dove and a young pigeon.” Abram brought all these to him, cut them in twoand arranged the halves opposite each other; the birds, however, he did not cut in half. Then birds of prey came down on the carcasses, but Abram drove them away. As the sun was setting, Abram fell into a deep sleep, and a thick and dreadful darkness came over him. Then HaShem said to him, “Know for certain that your descendants will be strangers in a country not their own, and they will be enslaved and mistreated four hundred years. But I will punish the nation they serve as slaves, and afterward they will come out with great possessions. You, however, will go to your fathers in peace and be buried at a good old age. In the fourth generation your descendants will come back here, for the sin of the Amorites has not yet reached its full measure.”

This word “generation“ means:

1755 dowr, dore; or (short.) dor, dore; from 1752; prop. a revolution of time, i.e. an age or generation; also a dwelling:-age, X evermore, generation, [n-] ever, posterity.

So, we can see that HaShem is using this ambiguous Hebrew word to not only indicate a generation, but, also to indicate the fourth millennium (a cycle) after Abram which would put us at the beginning of the seventhmillennium – The millennium ruled by Yeshua!

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 The following is a summary of all Biblical events that occurred during Passover, that I have found so far:

  14th

Fast-day of the first-born. Soferim 21

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 104. Bereshit (Genesis) 7:24

Cain and Able offer their sacrifices. Bereshit (Genesis) 4:3-5PdRE, section 21, Yonaton b. Uziel

Mordecai and the Jews fast for the second day. Esther 4:16

Preparation day. Yochanan (John) 19:14, 31

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 37. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuot, page 61.

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 14. II Divrei Hayamim 29:17

Naomi and Ruth arrived in BethlehemTargum, Ruth 1:22

King Hezekiah fell critically ill. According to Seder Olam, King Hezekiah was taken ill three days before the defeat of King

Sennacherib – day 3. 2 Kings 20:1Seder Olam 23

Yeshua has a Passover sederYochanan (John) 13:1

Paschal lambs are killed at twilight. Shemot (Exodus) 12:1-6

Pilate releases Barabbas. Matityahu (Matthew) 27:15-21

Yeshua was crucified. Yochanan (John) 19:42

Curtain of the temple rent. Matityahu (Matthew) 27:51

Holy dead are raised to life. Matityahu (Matthew) 27:52-53

Darkness came over all the land from the sixth until the ninth hour. Matityahu (Matthew) 27:34-45

  15th

Passover / Hag ha-Matza. A Sabbath of Sabbaths (Vayikra (Leviticus) 23:6-7) (15 – 21) Shemot (Exodus) 12:17-20

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 105. Bereshit (Genesis) 7:24

Abram leaves Haran Shemot (Exodus) 12:40-41Bereshit (Genesis) 12:1-10

God makes the “covenant between the parts” with AbramBereshit (Genesis) 15:18Seder Olam 5

Abraham learns of Lot’s captivity and defeats the four kings. “Legends of the Bible”, Ginzberg

God afflicts Pharaoh, orders Abram and Sarai to leave Egypt, with gifts. Bereshit (Genesis) 12:15-20, Yalkut Shimoni

God afflicts Abimelech in a dream, regarding Sarah. Bereshit (Genesis) 20The Haggada

G-d made a covenant, between the parts, with AbrahamBereshit (Genesis) 15:18Seder Olam 5, Pirkei deRabbi Eliezer

Abraham is visited by angels and told that Isaac will be born next year. Bereshit (Genesis) 18:10Seder Olam 5

Lot entertains two angels, then Sodom is destroyed while Lot and his daughters are delivered. Bereshit (Genesis) 19:1, 18:14

Isaac was born after a seven month pregnancy, in a leap year. Shemot (Exodus) 12:40-41Bereshit (Genesis) 18, 19, Rosh

               Hashanah 10b

Abraham binds Isaac (Akeida). Bereshit (Genesis) 22:1-18 (see the Zohar on Bereshit (Genesis) 28:11)

Isaac was sacrificed, according to the Rabbis. Bereshit (Genesis) 22

Isaac blesses JacobBereshit (Genesis) 27:4; Yonatan b. Uziel; PdRE 2, Rashi on Bereshit (Genesis) 27:9

God tells Laban to leave Jacob alone, in a dreamBereshit (Genesis) 31:24The Haggada

Jacob wrestles with an angelBereshit (Genesis) 32:24The Haggada

God destroys Sodom and Gomorrah. Bereshit (Genesis) 19

Death of Job. Jer. Sotah 5:8

Jacob and sixty-nine descendants enter Egypt. Shemot (Exodus) 12:40-42 – 2238 AM

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 38. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuot, page 61.

Moses saw the burning bush. Shemot (Exodus) 3:2, Bahya, Bo

Israelites in Egypt celebrate the first Passover (2448 BCE). Shemot (Exodus) 12:6-11

Egyptian officials beg Moses and the Israelites to leave. Shemot (Exodus) 11:8

Egyptians bury their firstborn. Shemot (Exodus) 33:3-4

Israelites leave Ramses and journey towards Succoth, day one. The Exodus begins! Shemot (Exodus) 12:48-51 – 2448 AM

All males to appear before HaShem in JerusalemDevarim (Deuteronomy) 16:16

Israelites celebrate Passover in the Sinai desert. Bamidbar (Numbers) 9:1-5

Yehoshua (Joshua) and the Israelites celebrate Passover at Gilgal. Yehoshua (Joshua) 5:10

Yehoshua (Joshua) and the Israelites besiege Jericho and march around the city – day 1. Yehoshua (Joshua) 6:1ff

Gideon destroys Midian with the omer’s barley cake. Shoftim (Judges) 7Midrash Yalkut 62The Haggada

HaShem swept away the army of the prince of Charoshes (Sisera) with the stars of night. Shoftim (Judges) 4 and 5The

               Haggada

Levites still consecrating the temple in Hezekiah’s day, day 15. II Divrei Hayamim 29:17

God heals the people. II Divrei Hayamim 30:1-20

Exiles celebrated with joy because Assyrian King to help with templeEzra 6:22

Josiah celebrates Passover in the midst of removing idolatryMelachim bet (Melachim alef (I Kings)) 23:19-25

The Assyrian army of Sennacherib, which threatened Jerusalem was destroyed. 2 Kings 19:35, Targum Rav Yosef

Nebuchadnezzar had a dream about a statue of four metals. Daniel 2 and 3The Haggada

The hand writing on the wall delivers a message of judgment to Belshazzar. Daniel 5The Haggada

 Daniel is thrown into the lion’s den. Daniel 6, The Haggada

Israelites who returned from Babylonian exile, celebrated Passover. Ezra 6:19-22

 Vashti is executed by King Xerxes. Esther 1:21; Derash le-Purim

King Achashverosh has his sleep disturbed. Esther 6:1

Mordecai is honored by Haman and king Achashverosh. Esther 5:1 – 6:10

 Mordecai and the Jews fast for the third and last day. Esther 4:16

Esther invites the king to feast. Esther 5:1-4, Seder Olam 29

To be celebrated during the millenniumYehezekel (Ezekiel) 45:21-24

Yochanan (John) the Baptist is born. Luqas (Luke) 1:24

Joseph and Mary celebrate Passover in Jerusalem with 12 year old YeshuaLuqas (Luke) 2:39-41

Yeshua performs miracles and is believed. Yochanan (John) 2:23

Yeshua’s first day in the grave. Matityahu (Matthew) 27:62

Chief priests and Pharisees get Pilate to make the tomb of Yeshua secure. Matityahu (Matthew) 27:62-66

Peter is arrested. II Luqas (Acts) 12:3

The day of vengeance when the winepress is trodden. Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 63The Haggada

The exile ends with unique day, without daytime or nighttime. Zechariah 16:6, Micah 7:15 and Tehillim (Psalm) 139:12The

               Haggada

Double misfortune will You bring in an instant upon Utsis (Edom) on Passover. Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 47The Haggada

Passover will be celebrated in Yehezekel (Ezekiel)’s futureYehezekel (Ezekiel) 45:21-22

Torah section is Shemot (Exodus) 12:21-51; Bamidbar (Numbers) 28:19-25Haftarah is Yehoshua (Joshua) 5:2 – 6:1.

16th

Hag ha-Matza – Second day. A partial Sabbath (MishnaSeder Moed: Tractate Moed Katan). Shemot (Exodus) 12:17-20

 The Omer or the day after Passover – bread of the FIRSTFRUITS (Pharisees) Vayikra (Leviticus) 23:15

 The Omer is offered. Vayikra (Leviticus) 23:14Rambam, Temidin U’Musafin 7:2-17

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 106. Bereshit (Genesis) 7:24

Birth of Levi. Midrash Tadshe, Midrash Yalkut 1

Yocheved hides Moses after a six month and one day pregnancy – day 39. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuot, page 61.

Israelites leave Ramses and journey towards Succoth, for three days. Shemot (Exodus) 12:48-51

The supply of manna was exhausted. Kiddushin 38a

The Omer was offered for the first time by Jews in Israel. Yehoshua (Joshua) 5:11Rosh Hashanah 13a

Israelites eat produce of the promised land (2488 BCE). Yehoshua (Joshua) 5:11

Bread from heaven (Manna) stopped. Yehoshua (Joshua) 5:12

Yehoshua (Joshua) and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 2. Yehoshua (Joshua) 6:1ff

An angel ordered Gideon to attack the Midianites. Shoftim (Judges) 6:19, Rashi

King Saul’s seven sons were killed. Midrash Rabbah, Naso, ch.8

David and his men eat consecrated bread. Luqas (Luke) 6:1-5 and 1 Samuel 21:1-6[47]

Hezekiah finishes consecrating the Temple, day 16. II Divrei Hayamim 29:17

EstherHaman, and the king feast. King kills HamanEsther 5:5-5

Haman was hanged. Esther 7:10Seder Olam 29

Mordecai becomes chief minister in place of HamanEsther 8:2

Cyrus, King of Persia, captured Babylon in 539 BCE.

Yeshua’s disciples pick grain on the day (partial Sabbath) after Passover. Luqas (Luke) 6:1,

Matityahu (Matthew) 12:1 – 13:30 2

Yeshua tells the parable of the wheat and the tares. Matityahu (Matthew) 13:24-30

Yeshua heals the man with the withered handMatityahu (Matthew) 12:9-16

Yeshua gives sight and hearing to a demon possessed man. Matityahu (Matthew) 12:22-23

Yeshua tells the parable of the wheat and the tares. Matityahu (Matthew) 13:24-30

Two Miryams prepared spices and perfumes to embalm YeshuaLuqas (Luke) 23:56

Yeshua’s second day in the tomb. Yochanan (John) 19:30-36

Torah section is Vayikra (Leviticus) 22:26 – 23:44; Bamidbar (Numbers) 28:19-25Haftarah is 2 Kings 23:1-9; 21-25.

 

17th

Hag ha-Matza – Third day. Shemot (Exodus) 12:17-20

The Omer, day 2.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 107. Bereshit (Genesis) 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 40. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuot, page 61.

Israelites leave Ramses and journey towards Succoth, day twoShemot (Exodus) 12:48-51

Moses collects Joseph’s bones. Shemot (Exodus) 13:19

Yehoshua (Joshua) and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 3. Yehoshua (Joshua) 6:1ff

Haman’s plans came to naught. Esther 3:12, 4:16, 5:1, 7:2-9

Resurrection SabbathYeshua rose from the dead, at the end of the third day. It is a SabbathMatityahu (Matthew) 12:48

Yeshua heals the man with a withered hand on the Sabbath after Passover. Luqas (Luke) 6:6-11

Peter is arrested and imprisoned by Herod. II Luqas (Acts) 12:3

Torah section is Shemot (Exodus) 13:1-16; Bamidbar (Numbers) 28:19-25. There is no Haftarah.

 

18th

Hag ha-Matza – Fourth day. Shemot (Exodus) 12:17-20

The Omer, day 3.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 108. Bereshit (Genesis) 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a six month and one day pregnancy – day 41. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuot, page 61.

Pharaoh was informed that the Hebrew slaves had escaped. Shemot (Exodus) 14:5, Rashi

Israelites journey from Succoth to Etham, day oneShemot (Exodus) 13:20

Yehoshua (Joshua) and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 4. Yehoshua (Joshua) 6:1ff

Yeshua, at twelve years old, stays in Jerusalemteaching, when His parents find Him. Luqas (Luke) 2:41-51

God removes Yeshua’s grave covering stone. Marqos (Mark) 16:2-4

Two Miryams come to Yeshua’s tomb to embalm Him. Yochanan (John) 20:1-9

Yeshua tells the women not to touch Him. Yochanan (John) 20:17

Yeshua’s alive! It is resurrection day 1.

Yeshua opens the scriptures on the road to Emmaus. Luqas (Luke) 24:13

Yeshua shows Himself to ten apostles in the upper room, the evening of the first day of the week. Yochanan (John) 20:19

Torah section is Shemot (Exodus) 22:24 – 23:19; Bamidbar (Numbers) 28:19-25. There is no Haftarah.

 

19th

Hag ha-Matza – Fifth day. Shemot (Exodus) 12:17-20

The Omer, day 4.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 109. Bereshit (Genesis) 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a six month and one day pregnancy – day 42. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuot, page 61.

Pharaoh set out in pursuit of the Israelites. Shemot (Exodus) 14:5, Rashi

Israelites journey from Succoth to Etham, day twoShemot (Exodus) 13:20

Yehoshua (Joshua) and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 5. Yehoshua (Joshua) 6:1ff

Yeshua appears to the ten apostles. Yochanan (John) 20:19, Luqas (Luke) 24:21-36

Yeshua’s alive! It is resurrection day 2.

Torah section is Shemot (Exodus) 33:12 – 34:26; Bamidbar (Numbers) 28:19-25. There is no Haftarah.

 

20th

Hag ha-Matza – Sixth day. Shemot (Exodus) 12:17-20

The Omer, day 5.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 110. Bereshit (Genesis) 7:24

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 43. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuot, page 61.

Israelites journey from Succoth to Etham, day threeShemot (Exodus) 13:20

Pharaoh and his army caught up with the Israelites. Shemot (Exodus) 14:5, Rashi

Yehoshua (Joshua) and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 6. Yehoshua (Joshua) 6:1ff

Yeshua’s alive! It is resurrection day 3.

Yeshua needs the sprinkling for touching the dead. Bamidbar (Numbers) 19:11-13

Torah section is Bamidbar (Numbers) 9:1-14; 28:19-25. There is no Haftarah.

 

21rst

Hag ha-Matza – Seventh day. Shemot (Exodus) 12:17-20

The Omer, day 6.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 111. Bereshit (Genesis) 7:24

HaShem wipes out the world with water in Noah’s day. Noah and his family preserved. Bereshit (Genesis) 6:6-7 – TC, AC

Jacob left Laban’s home to return to Israel. Bereshit (Genesis) 31:17, Book of Jubilees.

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 44. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuot, page 61.

Pharaoh’s decree against Israelite male infants was canceled. Sotah 12b

Israelites camp at the tower, towards the mouth of the gorges, opposite the hidden destroyer. Shemot (Exodus) 33:7

Israelites are baptized in the Red seaShemot (Exodus) 14:26-29

God removes wheels from Egyptian chariots. Shemot (Exodus) 14:24-25

God destroys Pharaoh’s army, chariots, and horses with water. Shemot (Exodus) 14:21-28, TC, AC

Moses and Miriam sing the song of Moses to HaShemShemot (Exodus) 15

God refines Israel with fire, destroying the outskirts. Bamidbar (Numbers) 11:1-3, TC

Israelites crave meat from God. Bamidbar (Numbers) 11:4, TC [48]

God forms the Sanhedrin from the spirit of Moses. Bamidbar (Numbers) 11:16-25, TC

Yehoshua (Joshua) and the Israelites march around Jericho – day 7. Jericho’s walls recede. Jericho is destroyed.

Yehoshua (Joshua) 6:1ff

God destroys Sicera’s army, chariots, and horses with water. Shoftim (Judges) 4:4 – 5:31, TC

Deborah holds court to decide disputes of the Israelites. Shoftim (Judges) 4:4-5, TC

Deborah sings a song to HaShemShoftim (Judges) 5, TC

David sings a song to HaShem2 Samuel 22, AC [49]

Yeshua’s alive! It is resurrection day 4.

Peter is freed by an angelAct 12:3-10

Disciples were gathered together for prayerII Luqas (Acts) 12:3-12

Peter is released from prison by an angel. Peter went to Mary’s house (the mother of Yochanan (John) Marqos (Mark))

II Luqas (Acts) 12:3-12

Herod searches for Peter, cross examines guards, executes guards, and travels from Judea to Caesarea.

II Luqas (Acts) 12:18-19

This is the day God will destroy the wicked and baptize the righteous with fireMatityahu (Matthew) 3:112 Peter 3:3-16,

TC

Solemn Assembly required on this last day of the Hag ha-MatzaDevarim (Deuteronomy) 16:8

 Torah section is Shemot (Exodus) 13:17 – 15:26; Bamidbar (Numbers) 28:19-25Haftarah is 2 Samuel 22:1-51.

 

22nd

The Omer, day 7, week 1.

Water swells on the earth in the days of Noah. Day 112. Bereshit (Genesis) 7:24

Isaac is circumcisedBereshit (Genesis) 21:4, Shemot (Exodus) 12:40-41Bereshit (Genesis) 18, 19, Rosh Hashanah 10b

Yocheved hides Moses after a 6 month and one day pregnancy – day 45. Artscroll Mesorah on Shavuot, page 61.

Israelites start crossing the desert of Etham, without any water. Day 1 Shemot (Exodus) 15:22, Bamidbar (Numbers) 33:8

Yehoshua (Joshua) begins his march around Jericho, day 1. Seder Olam 11

Zechariah and Elizabeth circumcise, and name, Yochanan (John) the Baptist. Luqas (Luke) 1:57-63

Yeshua, at twelve years old, stays in Jerusalemteaching while look for Him. Luqas (Luke) 2:41-51

Yeshua’s alive! It is resurrection day 5.

Paul leaves Philippi after spending three months there. Day 1 II Luqas (Acts) 20:6

Yehoshua (Joshua) observed Passover just before eating the produce of the land:

 

Yehoshua (Joshua) 5:10-12 On the evening of the fourteenth day of the month, while camped at Gilgal on the plains of Jerichothe Israelites celebrated the PassoverThe day after the Passover, that very day, they ate some of the produce of the land: unleavened bread and roasted grain. The manna stopped the day after they ate this food from the land; there was no longer any manna for the Israelites, but that year they ate of the produce of Canaan.

The bread from heaven stopped the day after Passover… hmmm…

In the time of Yehoshua (Joshua), Passover was the time when the generation born in the desert finally got circumcised[50] bringing them into the covenant with HaShem. Passover also coincided with the end, of the manna[51]. Many people think that the point of the manna stopping was for the Jews to learn how to eat “the hard way” by planting and growing their own food. However, we are told explicitly[52] that the food of Israel which the Jews ate following the end of the manna was spoon fed to them by HaShem. What made it different than the manna was not that it was the result of hard labor by the Jews. Rather, it represented the Jews’ attachment to the land of Israel. We see that at the time of Passover, in the days of Yehoshua (Joshua), the Jews became full-fledged members of The People of Israel by being circumcised, and they also went from being nomads in the desert to settling Israel, which was expressed by their need to eat Israel’s food.

 

 

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