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  • And if foreigners living among you want to celebrate the Passover to the LORD, they must follow these same laws and regulations. The same laws apply both to you and to the foreigners living among you.' " - Numbers 9:14

  • "On the appointed day in early spring,* you must celebrate the LORD's Passover.5 - Numbers 28:16

  • They set out from the city of Rameses on the morning after the first Passover celebration in early spring.* The people of Israel left defiantly, in full view of all the Egyptians.1 - Numbers 33:3

  • "In honor of the LORD your God, always celebrate the Passover at the proper time in early spring,* for that was when the LORD your God brought you out of Egypt by night.1 - Deuteronomy 16:1

  • Your Passover sacrifice may be from either the flock or the herd, and it must be sacrificed to the LORD your God at the place he chooses for his name to be honored. - Deuteronomy 16:2

  • Let no yeast be found in any house throughout your land for seven days. And do not let any of the meat of the Passover lamb remain until the next morning. - Deuteronomy 16:4

  • "The Passover must not be eaten in the towns that the LORD your God is giving you. - Deuteronomy 16:5

  • While the Israelites were camped at Gilgal on the plains of Jericho, they celebrated Passover on the evening of the fourteenth day of the first month--the month that marked their exodus from Egypt.*4 - Joshua 5:10

  • King Josiah then issued this order to all the people: "You must celebrate the Passover to the LORD your God, as it is written in the Book of the Covenant." - 2 Kings 23:21

  • There had not been a Passover celebration like that since the time when the judges ruled in Israel, throughout all the years of the kings of Israel and Judah. - 2 Kings 23:22

  • This Passover was celebrated to the LORD in Jerusalem during the eighteenth year of King Josiah's reign. - 2 Kings 23:23

  • The number of sacrifices varied from day to day according to the commands Moses had given. Extra sacrifices were offered on the Sabbaths, on new moon festivals, and at the three annual festivals--the Passover celebration, the Festival of Harvest,* and the Festival of Shelters.3 - 2 Chronicles 8:13

  • King Hezekiah now sent word to all Israel and Judah, and he wrote letters of invitation to Ephraim and Manasseh. He asked everyone to come to the Temple of the LORD at Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover of the LORD, the God of Israel. - 2 Chronicles 30:1

  • The king, his officials, and all the community of Jerusalem decided to celebrate Passover a month later than usual.*1 - 2 Chronicles 30:2

  • This plan for keeping the Passover seemed right to the king and all the people. - 2 Chronicles 30:4

  • So they sent a proclamation throughout all Israel, from Beersheba in the south to Dan in the north, inviting everyone to come to Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover of the LORD, the God of Israel. The people had not been celebrating it in great numbers as prescribed in the law. - 2 Chronicles 30:5

  • And so a huge crowd assembled at Jerusalem in midspring* to celebrate Passover and the Festival of Unleavened Bread.3 - 2 Chronicles 30:13
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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