Jesus wanted to prepare a blessed atmosphere to declare the summary of His preaching and the purpose of His coming. Perhaps he wanted to conceal where He would meet with His disciples for the last time so that they would be undisturbed. The Holy Spirit directed all the arrangements for the Lord’s Supper.It is most probable that Jesus ate the Passover with His disciples on Thursday evening. His disciples prepared for Him the supper that was composed of unleavened bread, bitter herbs, and red wine. However, the day of slaying lambs was Friday. The texts do not mention that the Lord’s Supper contained roasted meat, for He was not a sinner who needed protection from God’s wrath through the blood of a slain lamb. Jesus, Himself, was the worthy Lamb to be slain to protect the world from the coming wrath. This would all happen the next day, Friday, the day Jesus wanted to die.During the Feast of the Unleavened Bread, the week before the Passover, the Jews removed all leaven from their houses and ate unleavened bread to indicate their repentance. They attempted to clean their houses from everything that might keep them away from the Lord. They considered these days a preparation for their reconciliation with the Lord through the slaying of the Passover lamb.