Moses religion assessment

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  • God calls Moses and Aaron
  • The lord said to Moses and Aron "This month marks the first month of the year for you.
  • Take a Lamb to each family each household.
  • "Tell the whole congregation that on the tenth of this month they are to take a lamb to each family each household".
  • The lamb you get should be without blemish.
  • The Lord said "Your Lamb should be without blemish which you may take from sheep or goats".
  • This is significant because its the first month of the year and the passover is approaching. This is where all the sons are killed.
  • Tell everyone to keep the lamb till the 14th of this month.
  • "Keep the lamb till the 14th of this month then the whole congregation will slaughter it at twilight".
  • On the tenth day of this month is when the big killing of the sons will occur. Also the lamb was to live with the family for the four days until Passover. The lamb is used as a sacrifice
  • Put The Blood on The two Doorsteps the lintel of the house.
  • "Take some blood which you shall put on the two doorsteps the lintel of the house which they shall eat".
  • The lamb should be unblemished was because this sacrifice was to the Lord because the lamb had to be as perfect as a lamb could be.
  • Eat The Lamb at Twilight.
  • The lord said "Eat The Lamb the same night. Eat it under a roasted fire with unleavened bread and herbs don't eat it raw. If there is any left over the next morning burn it."
  • The significance of the 14th is that it's the beginning of the passover.
  • The blood was significant because the spirit of the lord would see the blood and know to pass over these homes.
  • The significant of unleavened bread is to commemorate the freeing of the Israelites who did not have time to wait for there bread to raise.
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