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The Tabernacle Times
April 2017 ......................... Nissan - Iyyar 5777 ......................... Volume 12 Issue 4

Passover~ Nothing Is Hidden

Angela Kunkel
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guest contributor Angela Kunkel




  "In every generation a person is obligated to view himself as if he personally had gone out from Egypt”

At the Passover Seder we recite these words from the Haggadah. Although we ourselves were not slaves, we are direct beneficiaries of the purpose of the Exodus. We are Ha Shem’s nation because of what occurred on that Passover night many years ago.

The many commandments and rituals of Passover are not simply commemorations of past events--they are overflowing with lessons that continue to guide us in our own lives.

Let us consider one of its central commandments--the prohibition of eating chametz (leaven). This prohibition is usually severe for it carries the penalty of Divine premature death.

“For seven days you are to eat matzah, but on the first day you are to remove chametz from your house, for whoever eats chametz from the first day until the seventh day, that soul shall be cut off from Israel.” ~
Exodus 12:15-18

  Not only are we prohibited to eat chametz during Passover but we are forbidden even to have it in our possession. The tiniest crumb of chametz mixed into a large amount of non-chametz mixture on Passover, renders the entire mixture forbidden.


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