Shavuot – “Parallel Journeys”

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Categories Media, The Moedim | Tags: , , , | Posted on May 28, 2017

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  1. by Dane Kappler

    On May 30, 2017

    You asked when Yeshua was said to commemorate Shavuot.

    I would suggest John 3:1-21, where Nicodemus is discussing through the night events which historically happened on Shavuot, namely, the ascending and descending of Moshe on Sinai and the raising of the serpent on the staff to cure the snakebites. This illustrates the least and greatest of all Messianic prophecies: The way the Messiah will go into the heavens and return and Messiah will be raised up on a standard for the life of the people of Israel.

    The reason I suggest this is to look to the themes, though the day is not mentioned. For instance, if I mentioned stockings on the mantle, mistletoe on the doorway, or a tree in the living room, you would think “Christmas”. If I mention staying up all night to question a rabbi, discussing historical events of the day, the sound of a mighty wind, being rebirth when you’re old, heavenly things coming to earth, people practicing truth coming to the light, etc., you should think, “Shavuot!”

  2. by L. Grant Luton

    On May 31, 2017

    Dane, Great insight! Thank you.

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