BY RICHARD SISON | 2017
Shavuot means Feast of Weeks (seven times seven weeks) and Pentecost means "fifty" (Lev 23:15-16). It is counted fifty days from Feast of First Fruit and will always fall on the first day of the week. The present rabbinical practice pegged it on a permanent date but the Levitical practice is different. This Feast is also a special Sabbath and one of the appearance Feasts requiring men of Israel to appear before the L-RD (Exodus 23:14-17). The other appearance Feasts are Unleavened Bread and Sukkot or Feast of Tabernacle (Deut 16:16). Before Yeshua ascended to Heaven, He instructed His disciples to stay in Jerusalem and wait for the promise from the Father (Acts 1:4). The Book of Acts recorded that Ruach Hakodesh (Holy Spirit) came on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2:1-4). The giving of the Ten Commandments and the rest of the Torah was on Shavuot or Pentecost (Exodus chapters 19 and 20). Jeremiah prophesied that the Torah (Law) will be written in the hearts of the people. It is not a coincidence that Ruach Hakodesh came on G-D's Appointed Feast and just in the same date when the Torah was given to Moses 1,500 earlier. Four of the seven Feasts have been fulfilled right on the same day of G-D's Appointed Time. What do you think will happen on the next three?
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