Passover is a major Jewish holiday that commemorates the Israelites’ exodus from slavery in Egypt every 15th day of the first month of the Jewish calendar, always between the last days of March and mid-April. According to the old Book of Exodus, God spared the lives of the Israeli firstborn children “passing over” their homes while collecting the souls of less fortunate Egyptian children.

God also commanded this date to be celebrated with an authentic feast, often lamb, leafy greens and much necessary unleavened bread. The Festival of the Unleavened Bread goes on for seven days after Passover! Today, of course, the tradition keeps bringing people together for a godly meal!