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was to be seen or found (in your possession) and certainly not eaten. (Ex. Ch. 12. V 19). In Ex.
Ch. 12 V. 26-27 and in several other places the Jewish people are commanded to teach their
children throughout the generations the commandments and in particular those relating to the
Festival of Passover.
The Seder is the most outstanding ceremony of the Festival of Passover. The Seder
meaning "Order," of the recitation of the Haggadah and the festive meal takes place in our 11 My Journey through the Haggadah by Yekutiel Atkins
homes on the first and (excepting in Israel) second night of the festival today as it has done
from the time of Joshua's and the Children of Israel’s entry into the Land of Israel.
(Josh. .Ch. 5 V. 10). Not in the same way however, as without the Temple we cannot offer the
Passover Offering, which in Temple times was the central part of the Festival. The Seder is
the climax of the preparation for Passover, which has gone on from the end of the last...
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