Pentecost Is the Representation of the Jubilee
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Joseph F. Dumond

Joe Started Sightedmoon in 2005 to assist him in spreading his understanding of the Sabbatical and Jubilee Years according to Torah.
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Published: Nov 16, 2008 - (5856)
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Pentecost Is the Representation of the Jubilee

It was while I was studying and wrote an article called, The Hidden Meaning of Pentecost, that I became aware of when an old year ends and a new year begins according to Yahweh’s timetable as opposed to man’s. In the process of writing the article, I discovered some other very important truths Pentecost conveys to the followers of Yahweh.
On the fiftieth day is Pentecost. The fiftieth day is representative of the Jubilee, the fiftieth year. Each of the seven Sabbaths represented a Land Rest Year followed by the fiftieth day. On Pentecost, the Torah was given in Exodus 19. These are the Ten Commandments. On Pentecost, the Holy Spirit was given in Acts 2.
At the beginning of the countdown to Pentecost is the Barley Wave offering. On this day, Yahshua leads the saints to be presented to Yahweh as representative of the saints still yet to come. It was concluded that the end of the countdown to Pentecost was when the Wheat Harvest Wave Offering was presented, representing those saints at the end of this age, who would also be raised up from the grave on Pentecost.
I strongly recommend we study this annual reminder of the Jubilee shown to us each year at the appointed time on Pentecost before continuing to read ahead regarding the Jubilee. This initial understanding is critical before the greater part of the Jubilee message can be revealed to you. You can read the rest of this if you want, and you will know what it says—but will you understand? Will you let it become written on your heart? Knowledge is of no use unless you come to a deeper understanding of things. Wisdom is gained from understanding.


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