Passover begins – The Passover begins, Date and celebration occurs in Nissan. The fifteenth day of the Hebrew month is the time when the Passover or Pesah commences. Generally, as per the Hebrew Solar calendar, this significant event is celebrated in the month of March or April. During the northern vernal equinox, when the spring commences, Passover is celebrated. It started on the night of a full-of- the-moon. The date of the Passover, when it begins, and the celebration details are discussed on our site. Here, you can get different types of info regarding the celebration of Passover. This day is not only famous for its religious aspect but also got popularity for the freedom of the nation under the hold of the Pharaohs. In Israel, this Passover is the vacation that celebrates the Feast of matzoh for the seven days. The first and the last day of the vacation is regarded as the legal holidays. The event celebrates the special prayer services, strength of commemorating the self-discipline from work. These days are called Chol HaMoed (" Weekdays [of] the Festival"). This awesome celebration is observed for seven or eight days depending on the community. But for the Jerusalem, this day is called Happy Passover when people remember their past and say thank to the Almighty.
Now these are the generations of Terah: Terah begat Abram, Nahor, and Haran; and Haran begat Lot
With the jawbone of an ass, heaps upon heaps, with the jaw of an ass have I slain a thousand men.
Give, and it shall be given to you. For whatever measure you deal out to others, it will be dealt to you in return.
Be strong and of a good courage, fear not, nor be afraid for the Lord thy God, he it is that doth go with thee; he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee.
Destruction cometh; and they shall seek peace, and there shall be none.
May peace and love
fill your home on
Passover and always!
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Peace, Good times,
on Passover & always!
Wishing you a
with new promises
and a Passover blossoming with joy!
May our lives be joyful and
Kosher this Passover and always!