In this parasha, the final three of the Ten Plagues strike Egypt: a swarm of locust eats off the crops, a mysterious darkness engulfs the land and all the first-born of the Egyptian are killed at midnight on the 15th of the month of Nissan. Hashem commands the very first mitzvah and establishes a lunar based calendar. The Israelites are introduced to their very first Passover by “offering” a lamb to be slaughtered and have its blood sprinkled on the doorpost, so G-d passes over these homes to spare their first-born from death. The roasted meat is eaten with matzah and the bitter herbs. The death of his firstborn is the last straw, and the Pharaoh finally lets the Israelites go. Hashem’s promise to Abraham that his descendants will leave with great wealth is fulfilled when the Israelites are given gold and silver by their Egyptian neighbors as they hastily leaving the land. Hashem commands the children of Israel to consecrate all firstborn, and to observe the anniversary of their departure from Egypt every year, by eating unleavened bread, getting rid of all leaven from their possession for seven days, and telling the haggadah of their redemption to their children. It is interesting to note that they are also commanded to wear teffilin as a reminder of the Exodus symbolizing their full commitment to Adonai.
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