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Happy Passover Wishes, Greetings, Quotes, Messages 2020

Happy Passover Wishes And Greetings – The Passover is one of the significant religious holidays in the Jewish religion. The Jewish believe that on this day, God made them free from slavery in Ancient Egypt. It also remembers the contribution of Mosses to national freedom. This is a spring festival and, people celebrate it all over the world with great passion and excitement. Happy Passover Greetings, Messages, Wishes and Quotes with Easter Photos are most preferred by social media users to wish their friends and family Happy Passover 2020.

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“Shalom!
Wishing you…
Peace, Good times,
Good health
and Happiness…
on Passover & always!”

Happy Passover Wishes
Happy Passover Wishes

Happy Passover Wishes

Passover Wishes – The celebration begins on the 15th day of Nissan and lasts for the next seven days to show their love and affection and to be thankful for their deeds. This year we are also going to celebrate the auspicious day from April 19 to 27 with great faith and zeal. According to Jewish belief, on this day, God blessed the people with freedom. On the basis of the Biblical story, Isreal citizens were the slave of the Egyptian king. The people of Israel have to work so hard without any amount. Religious Greetings For Passover 2020 and Happy Easter Greetings will be the main trend in this Holy Week.

“Wishing all the joys
Of the Passover holiday!
To you
And those you hold dear!”

Passover Wishes
Passover Wishes

“May you be blessed with
happiness, prosperity, peace and good health
on Pesach and always!
Happy Passover!”

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Passover and Easter are the only Jewish and Christian holidays that move in sync, like the ice skating pairs we saw during the winter Olympics. – By Marvin Olasky

“Wishing you a
Spring fresh
with new promises
and a Passover
blossoming with joy
Happy Passover!”

Happy Passover Greetings, Messages 2020

Passover Greetings and Messages – They also have to tolerate a different kind of miseries mentally as well as physically. So God asked the king to leave the Jewish people but he didn’t follow the order. After some time he sent a follower, Mosses with a message to Pharoah but he refused it. In the end, God Send 10 disaster Plogue to Egypt that destroys all the houses and fields and harvesting. in this way, the Isreal people became free and independent and celebrate this specific day to pay tribute to God by offering him flowers and prayer for welfare.

Happy Passover Greetings
Happy Passover Greetings

Celebrating with you the miracle of Passover and wishing you peace & joy with your best friends!

“May those
who attend your
Seder feast
be blessed with
everything
that life has to offer…
And so do You!
Happy Passover!”

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“As you celebrate Passover…
May you be blessed
With peace and happiness!
Happy Passover!”

Passover Messages
Passover Messages

Religious Passover Quotes For Cards

Inspirational Passover Quotes – The Passover has a great religious and historical significance and people play several traditions on this day. The people of Jewish religion keep fast and, pray to God. The main ritual on this sacred occasion is to remove the leavened food from the houses before the beginning of the celebration. instead of bread religious Jewish eat matzo because in their belief that when they leave the place of Egypt, there was not enough time to rise for bread. On the starting two days of celebration, a family feast take place in every house, known as Seder. During the meal, people used to hear the Exodus story.

Observe the month of Aviv, and keep the Passover to Adonai your God; for in the month of Aviv Adonai, your God brought you out of Egypt by night. – Deuteronomy 16:1

Passover Quotes
Passover Quotes

Passover is one of my favourite times of the year. This is when the whole community and family get together to remember who we are and why we are here. By – Jennifer Wagner

“Remember this day, on which you went free from Egypt, the house of bondage, how Adonai freed you from it with a mighty hand.” – Exodus 13:3