Whoever Tends a Fig Tree will Eat its Fruit... Proverbs 27:18
In this teaching we are reviewing the Biblical holiday system that God established in Leviticus 23. Often referred to as God's Appointed Feasts.
We are going to take a closer look at an aspect of the 4th holiday - Feast of Weeks. In Hebrew the holiday is called Shavuot which is the Hebrew word for 'weeks.' God says in Leviticus 23:
"you are to count off seven full weeks" Lev. 23:15
The very next sentence then says:
"You shall count off fifty days until the day after the seventh Sabbath" Lev. 23:26
"Fifty days" in Greek is Pentecost.
Many Christians believe that Pentecost is only a Christian holiday because we find the Greek translation in Acts 2. Not true. The holiday was started with Moses and continues on till today in Jewish synagogues around the world under the Hebrew name Shavuot.
The Jewish custom is to celebrate God delivering his Torah to Moses on Mt. Sinai on Shavuot.
Today's teaching will compare Moses and God's Torah with Jesus and the Holy Spirit.
Free: Our Daily Bread, Discovery Series (download PDF): "The Holiday's of God: Spring Feasts"
Free: Our Daily Bread Discovery Series (download PDF): "The Holiday's of God: Fall Feasts"
"God's Day Timer" - Mark Blitz
"God's Appointed Times" - Rabbi Barney Kasden
"The Feasts of the Lord" - Howard & Rosenthal
Scott Broberg - I have (2) credit hours remaining before I complete my Masters of Divinity (MDiv) from Bethel Seminary - San Diego. My focus is Biblical Studies with an emphasis on the Old Testament. My plan was to finish my studies by attending a course in Jerusalem in July 2020 - COVID-19 changed those plans.