Feast of Weeks love

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  • noun (Judaism) Jewish holy day celebrated on the sixth of Sivan to celebrate Moses receiving the Ten Commandments

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  • The Feast of the Pentecost, also called the Feast of Weeks, Feast of

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne

  • It is also called the Feast of Weeks, because it was kept seven weeks after the Passover.

    American Woman's Home

  • It is also called the Feast of Weeks, because it was kept seven weeks after the Passover.

    A Treatise on Domestic Economy For the Use of Young Ladies at Home and at School

  • It was meant, in the tongue of the Greek speaking Jews, and thus Greek speaking Jews who were believers in Christ, to signify the Feast of Weeks, that is the Biblical feast of Shevuot.

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  • It was meant, in the tongue of the Greek speaking Jews, and thus Greek speaking Jews who were believers in Christ, to signify the Feast of Weeks, that is the Biblical feast of Shevuot.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • This festival, sometimes called the Feast of Weeks, or of Harvest, or of the First Fruits, falls 50 days after Passover and originally celebrated the end of the seven-week grain-harvesting season.

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  • A holiday commemorating the receiving of the Torah on Mount Sinai, it is also known as the Feast of Weeks, as it comes seven weeks after Passover begins.

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  • In Numbers 28: 26, the Feast of Weeks was a time for a holy convocation, on which they should do no laborious work.

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  • A holiday commemorating the receiving of the Torah on Mount Sinai, it is also known as the Feast of Weeks, as it comes seven weeks after Passover begins.

    InterfaithFamily.com

  • A holiday commemorating the receiving of the Torah on Mount Sinai, it is also known as the Feast of Weeks, as it comes seven weeks after Passover begins.

    InterfaithFamily.com

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