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Exodus 12:49 "The same law shall apply to the native as to the stranger who sojourns among you."

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      49. One law shall be to him that is homeborn, and unto the stranger--This regulation displays the liberal spirit of the Hebrew institutions. Any foreigner might obtain admission to the privileges of the nation on complying with their sacred ordinances. In the Mosaic equally as in the Christian dispensation, privilege and duty were inseparably conjoined.

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Brief Summary: The LORD establishes the Passover and the feast of unleavened bread, unblemished lambs are slain, Israelites are spared because of the blood on the doorposts, The firstborn of all Egyptians are slain, Israel is thrust out of Egypt after 430 years, no bone of the paschal lamb is to be broken.

Outline
1 The beginning of the year is changed
3 The Passover is instituted
11 The rite of the Passover
15 The seven days of unleavened bread
29 The firstborn are slain
31 The Israelites are driven out of the land
37 They come to Succoth
43 The ordinance of the Passover

Painting of Ancient Egypt Pyramids and Sphinx by Roberts
Painting of Ancient Egyptian Landmarks by Roberts

Important Topics for Bible Study
Verse- Topic
1-2- The Month That They Left Egypt Became The First Month Of The Year
3 - God Tells Them To Choose An Unblemished Lamb For The Passover
4- They Learn How To Eat The Passover
5- The Passover Lamb Is Described
6- The Manner Of Sprinkling The Blood Is Described
7- The Time Of Killing The Passover Lamb Is Described
8-11- The Time They Were To Eat The Passover Lamb And How They Were To Eat Of It
12- The Lord's Purpose To Smite The Firstborn
13- How They Were To Apply The Blood Upon The Doors
15- The Seven Days Of Unleavened Bread And How They Were To Keep It
21-24- Moses Teaches The Elders For Their Current And Future Safety
26-27- The Children Are Instructed
29- The Firstborn Of All Egypt Are Slain
30- There Is A Great Cry In The Land Of Egypt
31- Pharaoh Commands Israel To Go
33- The Egyptians Force Them To Go
34- The Israelites Depart In Haste
35-36- The Israelites Spoil The Egyptians
37- The Israelites Are Numbered
39- The Israelites Baked Unleavened Bread
40- The Length Of Time The Israelites Were In Egypt Is Recorded
41- The Day And Time Of Israel's Deliverance
43-49- Who Is Allowed To Partake Of The Passover
50- The Children Of Israel Did As The Lord Commanded

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Map of the Nile River and Egypt (Click to Enlarge)

Painting of the Ancient Nile River by Roberts
Painting of the Ancient Nile River by Roberts

Ancient Customs
lamb
sheep
goats
without blemish
the tenth day of the month
the fourteenth day of the same month
assembly of Israel
congregation of Israel
the blood
side posts
upper door post of the houses
eating the roasted flesh
all the gods of Egypt
a token
memorial
feast
generations
ordinance
unleavened bread
cut off from Israel
holy convocation
elders of Israel
kill the passover
bowed the head and worshipped
kneadingtroughs
spoiled the Egyptians
armies of Israel
SHOES WITHIN DOORS
DOUGH KNEADING-TROUGHS

Ancient People
God, Moses, Pharaoh, Aaron
Egyptians
children of Israel
Hebrews
six hundred thousand on foot that were men

Geography
Egypt
the land of Goshen
Rameses
Succoth

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The Old Testament

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