* God spoke these words on the Sabbath day, the 15th day of the 2nd month. The Sabbath day ended at “sunset,” Hebrew ba erev. God then sent quail at sunset, and the children of Israel ate the quail after sunset and before dark, in the time period “between the two evenings,” Hebrew ben ha arbayim. In using these two Hebrew terms, God has firmly established that the time period “between the two evenings” (ben ha arbayim) comes immediately after sunset (ba erev) and not before. Therefore, this proves that “between the two evenings” (ben ha arbayim) between sunset and dark is the first time period of a day after sunset (ba erev) which ended the previous day.
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