The festival of our redemption from Egypt. Pesach always occurs in the springtime, a time which is associated with redemption. Observance of Pesach involves the Pesach Seder at which four cups of wine are drunk and matzo (unleavened bread) is eaten.
Passover, a spring festival lasting seven days (eight for Jews outside of Israel), that celebrates the Exodus from Egypt. The historical character of the festival emphasizes the birth of the Jewish people and their freedom. One of the holiest celebrations, it begins with a feast on the first day and ends with a feast on the eighth day, Jews are commanded to eat only unleavened bread (matzo) rather than leavened bread during this time (referring to the story of the Exodus).
(PE-sakh) n. Pesach; Passover; The feast of Passover, celebrating the Exodus of the Jewish nation from Egypt under the leadership of Moses. Pesach, along with Shavu'ot and Sukkot, one of the three pilgrim festivals (shalosh regalim) when Jews were to come to Jerusalem. A picture of Yeshua HaMashiach's Salvation.
Passover Memorializes the night when the Hebrews were protected by the blood of lambs Memorializes the night when God's people were redeemed by the blood of The Lamb One of 3 pilgrim festivals to Jerusalem