8.3 The Story Passover
Exodus 12: The Passover and the Festival of Unleavened Bread,
Quote from the passage. " 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" (Exodus 12: 3-4)
Deuteronomy 16: The Passover
Quote from the passage: "Do not eat it with bread made with yeast, but for seven days eat unleavened bread, the bread of affliction, because you left Egypt in haste" (Deuteronomy 16: 3-4)
8.4 The Celebration of Passover Today
Passover is a celebration of the Jews' freedom from slavery in Egypt and this is celebrated in the following steps;
Cleaning all the house of Leaven (yeast) and some people today hide leaven in the house for their Husbands'…show more content… 3.Unleavened bread and wine strengthened the Israelites as they journeyed to the promised land.
4.The Passover meal is the memorial of God's saving action on behalf of the Israelites.
5.Through Moses, God gave the Israelites a covenant by which he made them his people
6.Moses told the Israelites to celebrate Passover annually.
My brother and sister have forgiven me for thing i have done to them, like taking their possessions. I have also forgiven them for the thing they have done to me.
I listen to my family, friends and teachers because I can learn things that I did not know from them which makes them a valuable source of knowledge.
In the world I would change cruelty to animals, which is a major issue worldwide. If this continues it could led to another mass extinction with around 200-2000 species becoming extinct every year, which is unacceptable. People such as whalers, poachers and loggers are speeding up this process. It needs to stop because at this rate it could lead to the unbalance of predator vs prey causing the increased breeding of small animal like rodents which increase disease among humankind.
(Pg 171 and 172) no less than 3 points
The priest who celebrates the