The Days of Unleavened Bread aren’t passive ones for God’s people. It’s a time we profoundly remember how it is that God brought each of us personally out of the bondage of sin.
In deep gratitude, we put leavening out of our lives as we consume Christ, our unleavened bread. We also tell our children why we do these things. Teaching our children and any others why we put sin out of our very own lives and the unleavened attitude that is necessary in doing it will drive each of us deeper in our own spiritual lives. It effects a miraculous change.
Change is a beautiful, natural process that we recommit to during the Spring Holy Days each year.