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Example:

In Exodus 12:2, the first thing YHWH instructed Moses and Aaron was that That month was to be the first month of the year for them.

On the 10th day of the month, the people were to select a lamb.

This lamb was to be A male, Without blemish, Could be from the sheep or the goats, and Had to be within the first year of life.

On the 14th day of the month, this lamb was to be Killed at twilight.

Next they were to Paint the lamb's blood on the doorposts of their homes; roast the lamb with fire and eat it that night, leaving none until morning.

The event was called "YHWH's Passover" because On that night He would pass through Egypt and slay all the first born of the Egyptians, but He would "pass over" the homes of the Israelites that were covered with the blood of the lamb.

The Biblical day begins at Dawn.

The night of Passover, the 14th, Clearly follows after the day of the 14th, proving that the Biblical day starts at dawn.

It is not possible to prove from scripture a 24-hour Sabbath, with the night preceding the daylight.

"YHWH's Passover" was to be eaten In a hurry with their sandals on and their staff in their hands.

By "passing over" the Israelites, YHWH was Sparing their lives in the plague of death which killed the Egyptian first born.

The Passover was to be A memorial of YHWH's deliverance that should be kept as a feast throughout all generations, by an everlasting ordinance (law).

For seven days, the people were to Eat only unleavened bread-and no leavening in anything else.

This feast was designed to Help the people remember the day on which YHWH brought them out of the land of Egypt and His mighty working on their behalf.

The feast of unleavened bread was to be observed Forever, throughout all generations as an everlasting ordinance.

The feast of unleavened bread was to last for 7 days.

One of the reasons the feast was to be kept throughout all generations was to Teach the next generation of the mighty deliverance YHWH did for His people in Egypt. This was to inspire faith in YHWH as a Elohim mighty to save.

One very strict command which Moses gave the Children of Israel was that No one was to go out of their homes until the morning.

At midnight, YHWH Struck all the firstborn of Egypt, from the Royalty, to the captive in the dungeon, and the firstborn of all the animals, too.

There was a great cry in Egypt, for there was not a house where there was not one dead.

After YHWH passed over Egypt, Pharaoh told Moses and Aaron "Rise, go out from among my people, all of you, and serve YHWH as you have said. Take your animals, too."

Before leaving Egypt, the Israelites Asked for gold, silver and clothing from the Egyptians who gave them everything they asked for.

The company which journeyed from Rameses to Succoth included About 600,000 men, Many women and children, A great deal of livestock, and A "mixed multitude" of Israelites who had married Egyptians and other Egyptians who wanted to join the Israelites because of the power of the Israelite God.

And drowned Pharaoh and all his army.

In addition to revealing YHWH's power to save, the Exodus account is valuable because it also Reveals the Creator's original calendar lay-out.

The 15th of the month is called a High Sabbath because The first day of unleavened bread fell on a seventh-day Sabbath.

The Children of Israel left Egypt On the 15th day of the first month, at night when the Sabbath was over.

He took not away the pillar of the cloud by day, nor the pillar of fire by night, from before the people.

In Genesis chapter 1, the word "evening" refers to The second half of the daylight hours: those hours which come after noon.

Genesis reveals that the Creator, six times, referred to the "evening and the morning" as the day. This proves That the Sabbath is the day only, because He did all His work during the day, therefore He also rested the seventh day.

Yahushua stated: "Are there not twelve hours in the day?" No one argued. On a sundial, there are only 12 hours. He was correct. This also proves that the "Sabbath day" is the light hours only.

Yahushua the Messiah, the Lamb of YHWH which taketh away the sins of the world, died on Passover, The 14th of the first month, which is The sixth day of the week, the Preparation day.

The cross, being the culmination of all the Passover shadows, confirms The seventh-day Sabbath follows the Passover on the 15th, Yahushua was resurrected on the 16th of the month, the first day of the week, The Passover on the sixth day of the week, and The seventh-day Sabbath is a High Sabbath because the 15th also begins feast of unleavened bread.

The time specifics of the exodus from Egypt and the months following work together as a cohesive, unbroken package which cannot be separated. It is a harmonious whole. The significance of this is found in the fact That 1500 years later when Yahushua, as the Lamb of YHWH, fulfilled all the types and shadows, the time details from the Passover in Egypt also perfectly fit the Passover crucifixion, death and resurrection of Yahushua!

Yahushua rested from His work of saving the world on The seventh-day Sabbath following the Passover. This was also the first day of Feast of Unleavened Bread, a High Sabbath.

Yahushua could not have rested in the tomb on Saturday because the Julian week in the time of Yahushua had an eight-day week. There was no Saturday in the eight-day week of the early Julian calendar!

Yahushua was resurrected Early on the first day of the week, the day of the wave sheaf offering.

Yahushua was resurrected then because Yahushua Himself is the first fruits of those who have fallen asleep.

The story of YHWH providing manna in the month after the Israelites left Egypt Confirms His calendar system ! !

On the 15th day of the second month after they departed from Egypt, the Israelites Accused Moses and Aaron of bringing them into the Wilderness to kill them by starvation.

YHWH's response was that He would rain bread from heaven which the people would gather a certain amount each day. This would Test them to see whether or not they would walk in YHWH's law !

Moses and Aaron told the Israelites that they would Receive meat that night and bread from Heaven in the morning ! !

Moses told the Israelites You are not complaining against us. You are complaining against YHWH.

At evening, the meat sent was Quail ! ! !

In the morning when the dew had melted away, what remained Was a small, round substance that tasted like honey !

They were not to leave any until morning.

On the sixth day of the week, the people were to Gather twice as much as they normally did.

The reason for this was because The next day was the seventh-day Sabbath and there would be nothing to gather.

And it came to pass, that there went out some of the people on the seventh day for to gather, and they found none.  And the LORD said unto Moses, How long refuse ye to keep my commandments and my laws?

Moses' command to the people was "Let every man remain in his place; let no man go out of his place on the seventh day."

The Children of Israel ate manna Forty years ! Until they arrived in Canaan !

The Septuagint clarifies That the Israelites journeyed on the 14th of the second month, complained on Sabbath, the fifteenth, and were sent quail that night when Sabbath was over.

Forty Years Later

And the children of Israel encamped in Gilgal, and kept the passover on the fourteenth day of the month at even in the plains of Jericho. And they did eat of the old corn of the land on the morrow after the passover, unleavened cakes, and parched corn in the selfsame day. And the manna ceased on the morrow after they had eaten of the old corn of the land; neither had the children of Israel manna any more; but they did eat of the fruit of the land of Canaan that year. Joshua 5:10-12

 

NOTE: The manna came on the 1st day of the week through the 6th day of the week. Double manna on the 6th day of the week, the 14th of the month Passover. The 15th was the Sabbath day and feast of unleavened bread, no manna ever fell on a Sabbath day. The next day on the 16th, the 1st day of the week there was no manna when they had expected it, it ceased.

This video explains the original calendar established at Creation.