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Welcome to Light on the Rock
We’re in the season of Pentecost, May 16 this year – 50 days after the Wavesheaf offering picturing our Lord and Savior Yeshua, the Son of God (Jesus the Christ) – being accepted on behalf of us all who are being called as firstfruits at this time. Pentecost, its New Testament name, was the firstfruits of the wheat harvest. In the Old Testament it is called Feast of Weeks (Deut. 16:9-12), Shavuot in Hebrew. It also was Day of Firstfruits (Numbers 28:26) to celebrate the end of the wheat harvest. Seven sabbaths are counted from Wavesheaf + 1 day – hence Pentecost (50). We do not accept or follow the Sivan 6 set date used by Jews in their Shavuot services. Majority of Jews totally ignore this holy day. It’s one of the 3 pilgrimage feasts and one on which there is to be a rest, a holy convocation and the holyday offering presented to God.
Use the Search bar, type in: Pentecost, Holy Spirit, Wedding of the Lamb, First fruits, Fruit of the Spirit, Ruth – and you’ll find many Pentecost sermons. I’m among a very few who also believe this will be when the Marriage Supper of the Lamb and his Bride will happen, just as God married Israel on Pentecost at Mt. Sinai. The book of Ruth is read traditionally, who was also married around Pentecost to her “go-el” Redeemer, Boaz – picturing our Master Yeshua.