Passover

Passover

 
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  • The Passover meal was eaten by the people of Israel who had returned from exile and by the others in the land who had turned from their immoral customs to worship the LORD, the God of Israel. - Ezra 6:21


  • They ate the Passover meal and celebrated the Festival of Unleavened Bread for seven days. There was great joy throughout the land because the LORD had changed the attitude of the king of Assyria* toward them, so that he helped them to rebuild the Temple of God, the God of Israel.5 - Ezra 6:22


  • "On the fourteenth day of the new year, you must celebrate the Passover. This festival will last for seven days. Only bread without yeast may be eaten during that time. - Ezekiel 45:21


  • On the day of Passover the prince will provide a young bull as a sin offering for himself and the people of Israel. - Ezekiel 45:22


  • "As you know, the Passover celebration begins in two days, and I, the Son of Man, will be betrayed and crucified." - Matthew 26:2


  • "But not during the Passover," they agreed, "or there will be a riot." - Matthew 26:5


  • On the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the disciples came to Jesus and asked, "Where do you want us to prepare the Passover supper?" - Matthew 26:17


  • "As you go into the city," he told them, "you will see a certain man. Tell him, `The Teacher says, My time has come, and I will eat the Passover meal with my disciples at your house.' " - Matthew 26:18


  • So the disciples did as Jesus told them and prepared the Passover supper there. - Matthew 26:19


  • Now it was the governor's custom to release one prisoner to the crowd each year during the Passover celebration--anyone they wanted. - Matthew 27:15


  • The next day--on the first day of the Passover ceremonies*--the leading priests and Pharisees went to see Pilate.7 - Matthew 27:62


  • It was now two days before the Passover celebration and the Festival of Unleavened Bread. The leading priests and the teachers of religious law were still looking for an opportunity to capture Jesus secretly and put him to death. - Mark 14:1


  • "But not during the Passover," they agreed, "or there will be a riot." - Mark 14:2


  • On the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread (the day the Passover lambs were sacrificed), Jesus' disciples asked him, "Where do you want us to go to prepare the Passover supper?" - Mark 14:12


  • At the house he enters, say to the owner, `The Teacher asks, Where is the guest room where I can eat the Passover meal with my disciples?' - Mark 14:14


  • So the two disciples went on ahead into the city and found everything just as Jesus had said, and they prepared the Passover supper there. - Mark 14:16


  • Now it was the governor's custom to release one prisoner each year at Passover time--anyone the people requested. - Mark 15:6
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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