Jewish Observances
· The Sabbath—Signifies rest. Observed every seventh day.

· Feast of the New Moon—Marked the completion of the Lunar month.

· Sabbatical Month—The Seventh of the Sacred Year, but the first of the Civil.

· Feast of Trumpets—New Year's Day. Ushered in by blowing of trumpets.

· Sabbatical Year—Each seventh day and month and year were holy. The land rested and creditors and slaves were released.

· Year of Jubilee—Every fiftieth year.

· The Passover—Lasted for seven days, from the 14th to 21st of Nisan. A memorial of the Nation's birth and typical of Christ.

· Pentecost, or Feast of Weeks—A supplement to the Passover, lasting one day.

· Feast of Tabernacles—A harvest Home, or Thanksgiving time, lasting seven days.

· Day of Atonement—A day of humiliation and fasting. Observed five days before the Feast of Tabernacles.

· Feast of Purim—An annual feast to commemorate the preservation of the Jews in Persia.

· Feast of Dedication—A rededication of the Temple after the expulsion of the Syrians by Judas Maccabaeus.
· Sacrificial Offerings
· The Burnt Offering
 
  · The Drink Offering
· The Meat Offering
· The Peace Offering
· The Sin Offering
· Promiscuous Oblations
· The Trespass Offering
 

Cite This Page:

Nevin, Alfred, Ed., et al. "Jewish Observances," The Parallel Bible. Blue Letter Bible. 1 Jul 2002. .
<http://blueletterbible.org/study/parallel/paral07.html>.


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