This is a second important clue, because it gives us a solid connection with the ancient Jewish calendar system.
Passover always begins on the 14th day of the Jewish lunar month of Nisan.
Our love story begins approximately 3,800 years ago.
The Master of the Universe, King of Kings feels “incomplete”; He feels that He “needs” to find a Bride.
During those years, Nisan 14 fell on a Friday, Preparation Day, twice: on April 7 of 30 AD and April 3 of 33 AD (11).
To help us choose between those two dates, there is ample and fascinating evidence.
Searching for our “CLONE” is an exercise in futility, for if we are identical, then one of us is superfluous!
Although clearly the most awesome King, He is ”incomplete” because of His total goodness which is not finding expression in a medium outside Himself. Hashem approaches numerous potential brides who reject the proposal for fear of having too many restrictions and too many limitations placed upon them; in essence they wished to remain in their familiar “comfort zone” disinterested in a constant striving and growth toward self-perfection.
Having found the “perfect” bride, one would imagine that they would ride off into the sunset and “live happily ever after”.
Yet surprisingly enough, the King forecasts that this nation (to be), would have to endure slavery in a foreign land being negatively influenced by the base and corrupt culture they were surrounded by.
The basis of G-d’s choice of a bride, laid not in external characteristics, but rather in the seeds of Avraham Avinu’s endless trust and incredible awe of Him.
In addition, it was Avraham’s desire to follow in the way of Hashem and become a master of Chessed, a genuine GIVER, always attempting to emulate His characteristics.