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The Tabernacle Times
April 2019 ......................... Adar II - Nisan 5779 ......................... Volume 14 Issue 4

Passover Fun Facts

Angela Kunkel
Angela Renee Kunkel



  There is just something about Passover, the first holiday given to the people of G~d. Passover is one of the most celebrated by the Jewish people, enjoyed even more than Yom Kippur and Hanukkah. In a poll done by YouGov in 2015, more than one in four Christians celebrate Passover. Here are some more fun facts you may or may not know about this Holiday known as Pesach (Hebrew for Passover).

Passover is for all! The Jerusalem Talmud records that Jewish communities would make collections of maot chitim (wheat money) so that everyone can celebrate the Holiday of Freedom in style. Giving to those less fortunate is taught a countless number of times throughout the Scripture and is the hallmark of the Jewish people.

  Live Leaven Free! As Passover approaches, Jewish people can be found cleaning their homes, cars, and offices. This is not just “spring cleaning”, it is a mission. The mission is to get rid of v (leaven). Sometimes even the dishes are purged or put away during the Passover so that no one ingests even the smallest bit of leaven.


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