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Bible Lists & Charts   (Part #7)

Feasts of the Lord
1. Passover, Peschach (Ex 12:1-14; Lev 23:4-5), 14 Nisan Death of firstborn in Egypt, Crucifixion Represents redemption (1 Cor 5:7) Passover cups:
    a. Cup of Thanksgiving
    b. Cup of Sanctification / Redemption
    c. Cup of Blessing
    d. Elijah's Cup
2. Unleavened Bread, Hag-Matzot (Ex 12:15-20; Lev 23:6-8) 15-21 Nisan Represents holy walk (1 Cor 5:8)
3. Firstfruits, Bikkurim (Lev 23:9-14), day after Unleavened Bread Crossing of Red Sea, Jesus' resurrection Represents resurrection (1 Cor 15:22-23)
4. Feast of Weeks, Pentecost, Shavout (Lev 23:15-22, Acts 2:1-4) 7 x 7 + 1 day after Firstfruits Law given at Sinai, Holy Spirit given
5. Trumpets, Rosh Hashanah (Lev 23:23-25), 1 Tishri Regathering of Israel (Matt 24:29-31)
6. Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur (Lev 23:26-32), 10 Tishri Tribulation (Zech 13:1; Rom 11:26)
7. Tabernacles, Feast of Booths, Sukkot (Lev 23:33-43), 15-22 Tishri (8 days) Millennium (Amos 9:13-17; Zech 14:16-21)
All males were required to go to Jerusalem for Unleavened Bread, the Feast of Weeks, and the Feast of Booths (Ex 23:14-19) Additional feasts of Israel (not Feasts of the Lord)
Hannukah (25 Kislev, 8 days, John 10:22)
Purim (15 Adar, Esth 9-10, Matt 17:12)
Hayyim Schauss, The Jewish Festivals
Edward Chumney, The Seven Festivals of the Messiah

Barren Women / Miraculous Births
1. Sarah, Abraham's wife (Gen 11:30)
2. Rebekah, Isaac's wife (Gen 25:21)
3. Rachel, Jacob's wife (Gen 29:31)
4. Samson's mother (Judg 13:2)
5. Hannah, Samuel's mother (1 Sam 1:5)
6. Elizabeth, John the Baptist's mother (Luke 1:7)
7. Mary, Jesus' mother (

Jewish Betrothal Wedding Ceremony
1. Bride is selected by the father. The father sends a trusted servant, an "agent of the father" to search out the bride. (Gen 24; 1 Peter 1:8)
2. A bride price is established and agreed upon by the father and the son. (1 Peter 1:18-19)
3. The bride and groom are betrothed, or legally bound.
4. A contract is prepared. The contract must be written.
5. The bride must give her consent. (Ex 19:8; 24:3; Rom 10:9)
6. Gifts must be given and a cup shared. (Luke 22:17)
7. The bride must be cleansed in a mikvah. (Ez 16:8-14; Ex 19:14; Luke 3:16; Acts 1:5)
8. The bridegroom departs to prepare a home for the bride. (John 14:1-3)
9. The bride is consecrated (set apart). The groom's father gives permission for the son to to to the bride. (Mark 13:32)
10. The shofar (trumpet) is blown. The bridegroom returns with a shout, "Behold, the bridegroom comes!" and "Blessed is he who comes!" (Matt 25:6; Matt 23:39, 1 Cor 15:52)
11. The bridegroom abducts the bride for seven days. (Joel 2:16)
12. A marriage supper is given for guests invited by the father of the bride. A friend of the bridegroom relays the news to those invited. (John 3:29)

Persons Recorded as Having Been Raised from the Dead
1. Widow of Zarephath's son, by Elijah (1 Kings 17:22)
2. Shunammite woman's son, by Elisha (2 Kings 4:34,35)
3. Man raised when he came into contact with Elisha's bones (2 Kings 13:20,21)
4. Widow of Nain's son, by Jesus (Luke 7:14,15)
5. Jairus' daughter, by Jesus (Luke 8:52-56)
6. Lazarus, by Jesus after 3 days (John 11)
7. Jesus (Matt 28:6; Acts 2:24)
8. Many holy people in tombs when Jesus gave up his spirit (Matt 27:52)
9. Dorcas, by Peter (Acts 9:40)
10. Eutychus, by Paul (Acts 20:9-12)
Note: Jonah was in the belly of a great fish for 3 days and 3 nights. A strong case can be made that this was also a death and resurrection. (Jonah 1:17-2:10)

Jews, Greeks, Church (1 Cor 10:32)
1. Jews (Israel, wife of YHWH)
2. Greeks (Gentiles, world)
3. Church (Bride of Christ, Rev 19:7)

1. Burnt offering (Lev 1) Represents acceptance (Heb 10:6-7)
2. Meal / grain offering (Lev 2) Represents dedication / consecration
3. Peace / fellowship offering (Lev 3) Represents reconciliation, fellowship
4. Sin offering (Lev 4:1-5:13; Rom 8:3) Represents propitiation (2 Cor 5:21)
5. Trespass / guilt offering (Lev 5:14-6:7) Represents repentance

Outer Court, accessible by only one gate
1. Bronze altar (Heb 10:10-12) Represents Jesus, our burnt offering
2. Bronze laver Represents daily cleansing Holy Place
3. Table of shewbread (John 6:51) Represents fellowship
4. Golden lampstand, Menorah (Rev 4:5; John 1:9, 8:12; Rev. 21:22-23) Represents Jesus, light of the world
5. Golden altar of incense (Rev 5:8; 8:4) Represents prayers of the saints Veil (Matt 27:51, Heb 10:19-20) Represents flesh Holy of Holies
6. Ark of the Covenant Represents God's law
7. Mercy Seat (Heb 9:3-9) Represents God's grace (on top of Ark)

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