Abib considered commencement of Israel's year [Exodus 12:1-2]. Passover instituted; lamb or kid used taken from flock 10th day of month, each family provide one [Exodus 12:3-4]. Lamb or kid be male of 1st year without blemish [Exodus 12:5]. Killed on 14th day [Exodus 12:6], blood on side posts & lintels of doors [Exodus 12:7]. Flesh roasted, not eaten sodden or raw [Exodus 12:8-9]; no part left till morning [Exodus 12:10]. Eat with loins girded, etc., prepared for journey [Exodus 12:11]. Why called Passover [Exodus 12:12]. Blood on door posts, token of preservation from destroying angel [Exodus 12:13]. 14th day of month Abib be a feast forever [Exodus 12:14]. Unleavened bread eaten 7 days [Exodus 12:15]. Observed forever [Exodus 12:17-20]. Moses instructs elders how to offer lamb, sprinkle blood, for what purpose [Exodus 12:21-23]. Binds them instruct children in rite [Exodus 12:24-27]. Children of Israel act as commanded [Exodus 12:28]. First-born of Egypt slain [Exodus 12:29-30]. Pharaoh & Egyptians urge Moses, Aaron, & Israelites to depart [Exodus 12:31-33]. Prepare for departure, get gold, silver, & raiment from Egyptians [Exodus 12:34-36]. Journey from Rameses to Succoth, 600,000 men, besides women, children, & mixed multitude [Exodus 12:37-38]. Bake unleavened cakes of dough they brought out of Egypt [Exodus 12:39]. Time sojourned in Egypt [Exodus 12:40-42]. Ordinances concerning Passover [Exodus 12:43-49]; observed by people, brought out of Egypt [Exodus 12:50-51].