Yashar Brewer
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And the 123rd prohibition is that we are forbidden from taking out any meat of the Pesach offering from the place that we have gathered to eat it.1

The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement2 (exalted be He), "Do not bring any of its meat outside."

In the words of the Mechilta,3 "The expression, 'outside,' means outside the place where it is eaten."

One is prohibited to eat whatever is brought outside, and it is considered like treifah.(non kosher).4

Our Sages said in tractate Pesachim,5 "One who takes out meat of the Pesach offering from one group to another, even though he transgresses a prohibition, it is still pure." One who eats it [also] transgresses a prohibition."6

There7 it says, "One who takes out meat of the Pesach offering from one group to another is not punished unless he places it down. This is because the expression, 'to take out' [hotza'a] is used, just as regarding Shabbat.8 If he does place it down, he is punished by lashes.

The details of this mitzvah too are explained in the seventh chapter of Pesachim.
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And the 122nd prohibition is that we are also forbidden from breaking any bone of the second Pesach offering (Offered a month after Passover, for those who were unclean or in a distant place on Passover-J.S.).

The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement (exalted be He) also here,1 "Do not break any of its bones."

One who breaks one of its bones is also punished by lashes.

Our Sages said in tractate Pesachim,2 "The Torah did not need to write, 'Do not break any of its bones,' regarding the second Pesach offering, since it is already written,3 'You shall follow all the laws of the [first] Pesach offering.'4 [It is written to include] both bones which contain marrow and those which do not contain marrow."5

The laws regarding breaking a bone [of the Pesach offering] are explained in the seventh chapter of Pesachim.6
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Just got my new drawing tablet last night!!! :D I'll be making a lot of artworks and uploading them to my gallery.
Oh no i'm being followed!!! Quick Jman run!