Happy Passover "Pesach" 2021

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03/26/2021

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Basic Passover Timeline 

March 27th through April 4th 

Scripture References: Exodus 3; 12

It is a night to be observed for the Lord for having brought them out from the land of Egypt; this night is for the Lord, to be observed by all the sons of Israel throughout their generations” (Exodus 12:42).

  • Pharaoh becomes intimidated by the Jewish people (institutionalizes slavery and orders that the Jewish male babies be killed) Exodus 1
  • Moses is saved (his mother Jochebed (Numbers 26:59 )builds an ark and places him on the Nile river Exodus 2:1-4
  • He is discovered and adopted by Pharaoh's daughter Exodus 2:5-6
  • Moses kills a slave master Exodus 2:11-12
  • He flees into the desert and encounters God through a burning bush Exodus 3:1-4
  • God instructs Moses to confront Pharaoh to let His people "go" Exodus 3:10
  • Pharaoh refuses and God sends a plague down on Egypt (blood, frogs, lice, wild animals, pestilence, boils, hail, locusts, darkness, and death of the firstborn). Exodus 7:14
  • The children of Israel protected the firstborn, by marking their doors with lamb's blood (this caused the angel of death to Passover them). Exodus 11; 12


The Passover, which is "Pesach" in Hebrew. The Israelites were freed from slavery and wandered in the wilderness for 40 years before they entered the promised land. 

Holy Week Information

More Jewish Passover resources 

Holy Week Facts Sheet 



Basic Passover Timeline 

March 27th through April 4th 

Scripture References: Exodus 3; 12

It is a night to be observed for the Lord for having brought them out from the land of Egypt; this night is for the Lord, to be observed by all the sons of Israel throughout their generations” (Exodus 12:42).

  • Pharaoh becomes intimidated by the Jewish people (institutionalizes slavery and orders that the Jewish male babies be killed) Exodus 1
  • Moses is saved (his mother Jochebed (Numbers 26:59 )builds an ark and places him on the Nile river Exodus 2:1-4
  • He is discovered and adopted by Pharaoh's daughter Exodus 2:5-6
  • Moses kills a slave master Exodus 2:11-12
  • He flees into the desert and encounters God through a burning bush Exodus 3:1-4
  • God instructs Moses to confront Pharaoh to let His people "go" Exodus 3:10
  • Pharaoh refuses and God sends a plague down on Egypt (blood, frogs, lice, wild animals, pestilence, boils, hail, locusts, darkness, and death of the firstborn). Exodus 7:14
  • The children of Israel protected the firstborn, by marking their doors with lamb's blood (this caused the angel of death to Passover them). Exodus 11; 12


The Passover, which is "Pesach" in Hebrew. The Israelites were freed from slavery and wandered in the wilderness for 40 years before they entered the promised land. 

Holy Week Information

More Jewish Passover resources 

Holy Week Facts Sheet 



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