The Classic Midrash: Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible
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Exodus 13 : 3 , Mekhilta Pisha 16 , I 135 AND MOSES SAID TO THE PEOPLE , “
REMEMBER THIS DAY , ON WHICH YOU WENT FREE FROM EGYPT ... " ( Ex .
13 : 3 ) . This indicates only that one is to make mention of the Exodus from Egypt
By connecting the phrase UNDER THE HEAVEN in Exodus 17:14 to the same
phrase in Lamentations 3:66 , R. Eliezer is able to answer the question as to
when the promise of utterly destroying Amalek will be fulfilled : at the end of days
Whoever acknowledges the mitzvah of just measures acknowledges the Exodus
from Egypt . Whoever denies the mitzvah of just measures denies the Exodus
from Egypt . I AM THE LORD ( Lev . 19:37 ) . I can be depended upon to reward ...
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Notes to Introduction
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