In the fourteenth day of this month, at evening, you shall keep it in its appointed time: according to all its rites, and according to all its ceremonies , shall you keep it.
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George Leo Haydock
In the. Hebrew, "between the two evenings "Exodus xii. 6. Septuagint, "towards the evening, in its season, according to its law, and determination "sugkrisin, (ver. 14,) suntaxin, "arrangement "in both places we have justifications. (Haydock)
God's law is so called, because nothing can be done right without it. (Menochius)
The merit of human actions depends on their conformity with the will of God; (Du Hamel) and when he gives directions, we must comply exactly. (Haydock)