שבעת Shavuot is also known as the Feast of Weeks and in Christian circles it is called Pentecost.
Jeff sat staring at his laptop screen in unbelief. "Fourteen hundred dollars?!? Where am I going to get fourteen hundred dollars?"
חג המצות The Feast of Unleavened Bread occurs the day after Pesach and provides a picture of removing sin from our lives as we are set free from bondage in Egypt.
פסח The moed of Pesach [Passover] teaches us about freedom from bondage, salvation, redemption, and G-d's great love for His people. It is sometimes referred to as "the time of our joy".
Psalm11918.org has put together some observations about Easter that you may find surprising.
“...Happy is he who keeps the Torah”- Proverbs 29:18
Open my eyes that I may behold wonderful things from your Torah!
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Yom Sheni, 21 Nisan, 5774 - Chag Hamatzah
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