Song of Solomon 7:1
New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures-With References
“How beautiful your steps have become in [your] sandals,+ O willing+ daughter!
The curvings of your thighs are like ornaments,+ the work of an artisan’s hands.

New International Version
How beautiful your sandaled feet, O prince’s daughter!
Your graceful legs are like jewels, the work of an artist’s hands.

King James Bible
How beautiful are thy feet with shoes, O prince’s daughter!
the joints of thy thighs are like jewels, the work of the hands of a cunning workman.

American Standard Version
How beautiful are thy feet in sandals, O prince’s daughter!
Thy rounded thighs are like jewels, The work of the hands of a skilful workman.
Douay-Rheims Bible
What shalt thou see in the Sulamitess but the companies of camps?
How beautiful are thy steps in shoes, O prince’s daughter!
The joints of thy thighs are like jewels, that are made by the hand of a skilful workman.

Just Fashion Now [sandals]

style; mode; way; method; manner in which something is accomplished, done.

WIN A $2500 GETAWAY >>

One of the items showcased on seating ledge in elevator vestibule, YWCA Brooklyn, Sunday, June 3, 2018.  While I was taking pictures, Joyce, the resident who lives in the room with the witchcraft satanic Nauvoodoo symbols on the door (hocus pocus Nauvoodoo symbols including a Happy Mother’s Day card) came into the elevator vestibule, wearing an I [BIG LOVE] NEW YORK t-shirt exactly like one pictured in the above photo, cc all Mormon barristers

Elevator vestibule, YWCA Brooklyn, Sunday, June 3, 2018, cc all Mormon barristers

Mia Love
Mia Love Congressional Photo.jpg
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Utah‘s 4th districtLudmyaMiaLove (née Bourdeau; December 6, 1975) is an American politician serving as the U.S. Representative for Utah’s 4th congressional district since 2015. A Haitian American, Love is the first black female Republican elected to Congress[1][2] and the first Haitian American elected to Congress from Utah.[3]

The Bible’s answer

The Passover is the Jewish celebration of God’s liberating the Israelites from Egyptian slavery in 1513 B.C.E. God commanded the Israelites to remember that important event each year on the 14th day of the Jewish month Abib, which was later called Nisan.​—Exodus 12:42; Leviticus 23:5.

Why called the Passover?

The word “Passover” refers to the time when God spared the Israelites from the calamity that killed every firstborn in Egypt. (Exodus 12:27; 13:15) Before God carried out this devastating plague, he told the Israelites to splash the blood of a slaughtered lamb or goat on their doorways. (Exodus 12:21, 22, footnote) God would see this sign and “pass over” their homes and spare their firstborn.​—Exodus 12:​7, 13.

How was the Passover observed in Bible times?

God gave the Israelites instructions on how to celebrate the first Passover. * Some features of Passovers mentioned in the Bible include the following.

  • Sacrifice: Families selected a one-year-old lamb (or goat) on the tenth day of Abib (Nisan), and on the 14th day, they slaughtered it. On the first Passover, the Jews splashed some of its blood on their doorposts and the upper part of their doorway, roasted the animal whole, and ate it.​—Exodus 12:​3-9.

  • Meal: In addition to the lamb (or goat), the Israelites ate unleavened bread and bitter greens as part of the Passover meal.​—Exodus 12:8.

  • Festival: The Israelites celebrated the Festival of Unleavened Bread for seven days after the Passover, during which time they did not eat leavened bread.​—Exodus 12:17-​20; 2 Chronicles 30:21.

  • Education: Parents used the Passover to teach their children about Jehovah God.​—Exodus 12:25-27.

  • Travel: Later on, the Israelites traveled to Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover.​—Deuteronomy 16:​5-7; Luke 2:​41.

  • Other customs: In Jesus’ day, wine and singing were included in the Passover celebration.​—Matthew 26:19, 30; Luke 22:15-​18.

Misconceptions about the Passover

Misconception: The Israelites ate the Passover meal on Nisan 15.

Fact: God commanded the Israelites to slaughter a lamb just after sunset on Nisan 14 and to eat it on the same night. (Exodus 12:​6, 8) The Israelites measured their day from sunset to sunset. (Leviticus 23:32) Thus, the Israelites slaughtered the lamb and ate the Passover meal at the start of Nisan 14.

Misconception: Christians should celebrate the Passover.

Fact: After Jesus celebrated the Passover on Nisan 14, 33 C.E., he introduced a new observance: the Lord’s Evening Meal. (Luke 22:19, 20; 1 Corinthians 11:20) This meal replaced the Passover, since it commemorates the sacrifice of “Christ [the] Passover lamb.” (1 Corinthians 5:7) Jesus’ ransom sacrifice is superior to the Passover sacrifice in that it frees all people from slavery to sin and death.​—Matthew 20:28; Hebrews 9:​15.

^ par. 7 As time passed, however, some adjustments needed to be made. For example, the Israelites observed the first Passover “in a hurry” because they needed to be ready to leave Egypt. (Exodus 12:11) However, once they arrived in the Promised Land, the Israelites no longer had to celebrate in haste.

(God’s visible organization’s Watchtower Online Library,, posted here at my website with permission from some of the federal agents who’re pretending to be Jehovah’s Witnesses, cc all Mormon barristers)