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When is the Wheat Harvest and the feast of Pentecost?
the month of Sivan - the 3rd month
What did God create on the fifth day?
the birds and the fish
What is the Day of Atonement?
takes place in the 7th month - Tishri - it is a day of rest, fasting, and sacrifices of atonement for priests and people and atonement for the tabernacle and the altar
When does Purim take place?
during Adar - the 12th month
What does the Feast of the Unleavened Bread celebrate?
eating bread made without yeast - to remember how the Lord brought the Israelites out of Egypt in haste
What did God create on the second day?
separated the waters below and the waters above
How many months are there?
13 (counting the leap month)
What is the purpose of the Sabbath?
to have a day of rest for people and animals (the day God rested)
What did God create on the fourth day?
created the sun, the moon, and the stars
What did God create on the sixth day?
animals and people (Adam and Eve)
What is the Feast of the Firstfruits?
presenting a sheath of the first of the barley harvest as a wave offering; making a burnt offering and a grain offering
What are the days of the week?
1st day, 2nd day, 3rd day, 4th day, 5th day, day of preparation, Sabbath
What is the Feast of the Trumpets?
during the 7th month - an assembly on a day of rest commemorated with trumpet blasts and sacrifices
What does Haukkah mean?
Dedication
What is the purpose of the Feast of the Firstfruits?
recognize the Lord's bounty in the land
What are the months on the Jewish calendar?
Nisan, Iyyar, Sivan, Tammuz, AV, Elul, Tishri, Cheshvan, Kislev, Tevet, Shebat, Adar (N I S T A Every Third Child Kicks the Ball Away)
When does the Feast of the Tabernacle begin?
during Tishri - the 7th month
What was the purpose for the Day of Atonement?
to cleanse priests and people from their sins and purify the Holy Place
When does Hanukkah begin?
during Kislev - the 9th month
What did God do on the 7th day?
rested
What does Pentecost mean?
Weeks
What is the purpose of the Year of Jubilee?
to help the poor; stabilize society
What is the Sabbath year?
every 7th year - year of rest - fallow fields - don't grow crops during that year - only what grows naturally like apples
What is another name for Sukkot?
Feast of Tabernacle or Feast of Booths
When is the holiday of Passover?
during the first month - rainy month - Nisan
What did God create on the third day?
separated the land from the water - vegetation/plants
What did God create on the first day?
created light and dark
How often does the Year of Jubilee come?
every 50 years - the last Year of Jubilee was in 2005
What is the purpose of the Sabbath year?
rest for the land
What is the day of preparation?
the 6th day - the day when the Israelites prepare their food in advance for the Sabbath (can't build fire or cook on Sabbath - or anything - all preparation must be done on 6th day)
What is the Year of Jubilee?
time when all debts are cancelled; freeing of slaves and indentured slaves; land is returned to the origianl family owners
What is important about the week of creation?
creation took place in 6 days - on the 7th day God rested
What is another name for the Feast of the Tabernacle?
Feast of Booths
When is the rainy season?
months 7 through 12 and the first month
What is the purpose of the Feast of Purim?
to remind the Israelites of their national deliverance in the time of Esther
What is the Sabbath?
every 7th day - day of rest - no work
What is the purpose of the Feast of Trumpets?
to present Israel before the Lord for his favor
When is the dry season?
months 2 through 6 - begins in Iyyar - ends in Elul
Why was the lamb associated with Passover?
when the plagues came upon Egypt, the Jews painted their doorways with the blood of their best lamb (no scars) to keep the plague of death away - it would Pass over them
What is the Feast of Purim?
in the 12th month - Adar - a day of joy and feasting and giving presents
What is another day for the Feasts of the Trumpets?
Rosh Hashanah - New Year's Day

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