June 9, 2019
Shavuot is a very important date on God’s prophetic calendar. It’s the only moed, the only Appointed Time of the LORD, the only Biblical holiday with no date, with no specific month or day. However, it’s directly connected to Passover and the Resurrection by the counting of the omer, counting seven weeks plus one day from the day after the Sabbath of Passover. What happened on the day after the Sabbath of Passover (in Matthew 28 and Mark 16)? The grave was found empty! for Yeshua had risen from the dead. Shavuot could therefore be considered the culmination of Passover, or the fulfillment of the Resurrection. In agricultural terms, this 50-day count was a time of waiting and anticipation, as farmers observed their ripening grain hoping for a successful harvest.
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