In Exodus 12, at the first Passover, God instructed Israel that the new meal He was about to institute among them was not only to be a consistent and annual memorial throughout their generations, but it was also supposed to rearrange their calendar. This month would become the FIRST month for them. It was that important. What better way to begin a new year than to remember and celebrate God’s glorious revelation from first Passover to Passover in the time of Jesus, and from Last Supper to the Lord’s Supper in the early church. We begin our new year with a memorable meal – the most important meal.