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  • This category has 16 topics, and was last updated 4 weeks ago by Moisés Pérez.
    • The Sabbath (Shabbat)
      The Sabbath was one of the Ten Commands that Yahweh inscribed in stone.  Shemote (Exodus) 20:8-11 8 “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it set apart...
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    • The New Moon Days
      While the Roman Gregorian calendar is based on the movements of the sun, the Torah calendar is based on the movements of the moon, and the agricultural cycles in the Land of Israel.
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    • The Passover & Unleavened Bread
      The first of Israel’s seven annual festivals is a one-day festival, the Passover. It is followed immediately by the second of Israel’s festivals, the Feast of Unleavened Bread...
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    • The Wave Sheaf & the Pentecost
      If one counts the Passover and Unleavened Bread and The Wave Sheaf as one festival, then the second of Israel’s festivals is the Pentecost...
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    • The Day of Trumpets (Yom Teruah)
      The New Moon Day of the seventh month is called ‘Yom Teruah’. This is oftentimes translated as the ‘Day of Trumpets’, although it actually translates more like the ‘Day of Blowing,’ or the ‘Day of Shouting.’
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    • The Eighth Day Assembly
      In the last chapter on Sukkot we spoke briefly about the Last Great Day of the feast. This Last Great Day is also called ‘Shemini Atzeret,’ which means, essentially, ‘The Assembly of the Eighth (Day).”
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