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  • But Yahweh will make a distinction between the livestock of Israel and that of Egypt. Nothing belonging to the people of Israel will die." (Exodus 9, 4)




  • They could not see each other and they could not move about for three days, but where the sons of Israel lived, there was light. (Exodus 10, 23)

  • But among the Israelites not a dog will howl for the death of either man or beast. This is that you may understand that Yahweh makes a distinction between Egypt and Israel. (Exodus 11, 7)

  • Moses and Aaron had worked all these marvels in the presence of Pharaoh, but Yahweh had made Pharaoh obstinate and he would not let the people of Israel leave his country. (Exodus 11, 10)

  • Speak to the community of Israel and say to them: On the tenth day of this month let each family take a lamb, a lamb for each house. (Exodus 12, 3)

  • For seven days you are to eat unleavened bread. From the first day you are to remove all leaven from your houses, for if anyone eats leavened bread from the first to the seventh day he will no longer live in Israel. (Exodus 12, 15)

  • For seven days there will be no leaven in your houses. Anyone who eats what is leavened will be cut off from the community of Israel whether foreigner or native born. (Exodus 12, 19)




  • Moses called all the elders of Israel and said to them, "Select and take one animal for each family and slaughter the Passover lamb. (Exodus 12, 21)

  • Pharaoh called Moses and Aaron in the night and said, "Get up and go from among my people, you and the people of Israel. Go and worship Yahweh as you have said! (Exodus 12, 31)

  • This is the watch for Yahweh who brought Israel out of Egypt. This night is for Yahweh, and the sons of Israel are also to keep vigil on this night, year after year, for all time. (Exodus 12, 42)

  • All the community of Israel will observe this rite. (Exodus 12, 47)

  • All the people of Israel did as Yahweh had commanded Moses and Aaron, (Exodus 12, 50)




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