During Passover, only unleavened bread called matzo or matzah may be eaten. According to the story of Passover, the Jews did not have time to let their bread rise before they fled Egypt.
The story of Passover is told in the Bible in Chapter 12 of the Book of Exodus. This is a cool fact for the ones who want to get informed about the Jewish Easter. Moreover, below you will find cards and images about this day.
The word “Passover” comes from a Biblical story about the ten plagues God inflicted on Egypt for enslaving the Israelites. Next you will find some cards and images about this day for you to download and share for free!
In the Exodus book, Israelites marked their doorposts with lamb’s blood to protect children from the tenth plague: the slaughter of the first born. With the protective mark, the destruction would “pass over” the house.
Passover, also called Pesach, is the Jewish festival celebrating the exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery in 1200s B.C. The story is chronicled in the Old Testament book of Exodus.
March is almost over, and we are all ready to receive the next month. Wait! You are not ready if you don’t have at least one of the pictures and cards below. So, we invite you to download any of the images and cards in this post totally for free!
April is the month in which we wish we could live forever. It’s the month in which flowers bloom and spring break. Below you will find some cards and images to print totally for free and to welcome this new month in the best possible way.
Hi followers! If you were looking for or thinking in a good way of welcoming April, you are in the right place. In this post you will find some of the most fantastic cards and images in the web to welcome the most amazing month of the year.
April is one of the most beautiful months of the year. It is the month in which flowers bloom and spring breaks in the northern hemisphere and the month in which winter breaks when talking about the southern hemisphere.
Hi bloggers! Today we would like to share with you and all our readers some fantastic cards and images to welcome April. April is the fourth month of the year; it is preceded by March and followed by May.