1. The seder night is divided into 15 steps, which are listed at the beginning of most haggados. The commentators tell us something compelling regarding this enumeration of events.
1. The reading of Parashas Parah is read before Pesach as a reminder that everyone should purify himself before the holiday in order to be able to offer the Korban Pesach.
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The Chasam Sofer gives an explanation for the punishment for violating the Three Oaths, based on the Midrash at the beginning of the Vayikra, which comments that Moshe, in his wisdom, knew not to come into the Mishkan before Hashem called him.
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