Exodus 12:18In the first month, on the fourteenth day of the month at even, ye shall eat unleavened bread, until the one and twentieth day of the month at even.
It does? I honestly can't see which verse is being referred to at the moment.We're instructed to remove the leaven on the 14th day;
I think that it's actually:and you're suggesting we can eat leaven on the 14th just not with the Passover.
So the timing might look like:
Sun goes down, starting Abib 14.
Prepare and eat the Passover, late at night, with unleavened bread.
Get some sleep.
Eat leaven with breakfast.
Clean house, get rid of leaven.
Sun goes down, start of Abib 15.
No More Leaven for seven days.
Start of set-apart miqra, aka "holy convocation".
I'm not meaning to be flip, but toast with my eggs after eating Passover doesn't seem right?
Dunno. Yahweh doesn't say. Possibly indicating the time when sin is going to be associated with the Messiah?If it is, what's the symbolism of the "intermission" where we are allowed leaven between the Passover meal and the start of the feast?
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