10114. 'And if anything of the flesh of fillings [of the hand], and of the bread, is left until the morning' means spiritual and celestial forms of good which have not been linked to the new state. This is clear from the meaning of 'anything of the flesh and of the bread that is left' as that which has not been made their own, for 'eating' means making one's own, Arcana Coelestia 10109, so that what has not been eaten means what has not been made their own; from the meaning of 'the flesh' as good, dealt with in Arcana Coelestia 7850, 9127; from the meaning of 'fillings [of the hand]' as reception, dealt with in Arcana Coelestia 10076, 10110, so that 'the flesh of fillings [of the hand]' means the reception of truth in good, and therefore the joining together of this truth and good, though in this instance the lack of any such reception or joining together is meant because what is left of the flesh must be understood; from the meaning of 'the bread' as celestial good, which is inmost good, dealt with in Arcana Coelestia 10077; and from the meaning of 'the morning' as a new state, dealt with in Arcana Coelestia 8211, 8427. From these meanings it is evident that 'anything of the flesh of fillings [of the hand], and of the bread, left until the morning' means spiritual and celestial forms of good which have not been linked to the new state. For the flesh of the sacrifice means spiritual good, which is the good of charity towards the neighbour, and the bread of it celestial good, which is the good of love to the Lord.
 What more should be understood by not being linked to the new state must be stated briefly. A new state is every state in which good and truth are joined together, and this occurs when the actions of a person who is being regenerated spring from good, thus from affection and love, and not as previously from truth or mere obedience. A new state also occurs when the good of love arises among those in heaven, a state called 'the morning' there; for different states of love and faith come round there, like midday, evening, [pre-dawn] twilight, and morning on earth. In addition a new state occurs when an old Church comes to an end and a new one begins. All these new states are meant in the Word by 'the morning'; each has been dealt with specifically in various places in the explanations of Genesis and Exodus.
Similar things are meant by the rule that 'none of the flesh of the Passover lamb shall be left until the morning' and that what did remain of it was to be burned with fire, Exodus 12:10, and also by the command that 'the fat of the feast shall not remain through the night until morning', Exodus 23:18.
 Similar things were also meant by the rule that what remained from the flesh of a eucharistic sacrifice could be eaten on the following day as well, but had to be burned on the third day, Leviticus 7:16-18; 19:6-7, 'the third day' too meaning a new state, see Arcana Coelestia 4901, 5123, 5159. The reason for the concession contained in this rule was that eucharistic sacrifices were offerings made in connection with vows or they were voluntary offerings. They were presented by people not so much, as all other sacrifices were, for the sake of being purified and sanctified, as in order that they might eat in a holy place and bear witness to the joy in their heart that Divine worship gave them. And these feasts, which they called holy, brought greater gladness to those people than all other worship. Similar things were also meant by the command that they should not leave any of the manna until the morning, spoken of in Moses as follows,
Moses said, Let no man leave any of the manna until the morning. But they did not obey Moses, for they did leave some of it 1
until the morning; and it produced worms and became putrid. Exodus 16:19-20.
1. literally, did make a remainder of it