Week One – Going to Pentecost


  1. Passover to Pentecost – Passover (Sorry for this one you will need to do a Goggle search as WordPress will not link to my own blog???)
  2. Passover to Pentecost – Fifty Days!
  3. Passover to Pentecost – Seven
  4. Passover to Pentecost – Old Testament Passovers
  5. Passover to Pentecost – New Testament Passovers and Counting the Omer
  6. Passover to Pentecost – Shabbat/ No Work
  7. Passover to Pentecost – Dividing the Red Sea



Topics for Passover and Easter

In 2018 Passover and Easter are very close together.  These are past post on the topics.

  1. Special Days – Before Passover
  2. The Lamb – Before Passover
  3. Time – Days, Months, and a Year – Before Passover
  4. Plagues – Before Passover
  5. Fast of the Firstborn – Before Passover
  6. Yeast – Before Passover

A Look at Holy Week

Holy Week–     Palm Sunday







Easter Sunday

Christmas Verses – The First Coming

This Advent I will list SOME of the verses that relate to the First Coming of Jesus.  There are others and some of them overlap or are repeats.  There are First Coming verses that connect directly to the Cross or some aspect of His life, so I may have not included them or the entire reference.  I did not include many of the “births” of characters in the Bible even though some of them are shadows of Jesus.  I tried to keep close to the number of days that are in Advent, which this year (2017) is twenty-one, there are four Sundays which is one way to count the days for this season.

The Number Sixteen in the Bible

The Number Sixteen in the Bible

Ses (6) and asar or esreh (10) are the Hebrew words that are used to form sixteen (16). The number sixteen is not used in the New Testament.ay_purpi

The majority of the time that “sixteen” is used it is with kings or leaders. Several kings ruled for sixteen years (Ahaz – 2 Ch. 28:1, 2 Kg. 16:2; Jotham – 2 Ch. 27:1and 8, 2 Kg. 15: 33; Jehoash – 2Kgs.13:10) and one began his reign (Uzziah – 2 Kg. 14:21, 2Ch.26:1) at sixteen years of age. In 1 Chronicles 24 the number of leaders in one family was sixteen and who got the sixteenth duty position (chapters 24, 25).

In Joshua 15 and 19 it is associated with towns and villages in Judah and Issachar. The two most interesting times sixteen is used is in Ex. 26: 25, 36: 30 with the silver bases for the west end of the Tabernacle and the number of days that it took to clean the Temple during Hezekiah’s rule (2 Ch. 29:17).

Normally, I would try to make connections with all of these but to me there was nothing clear. The sixteenth letter in the Hebrew alphabet is ayin, which means “eye or spring.” (See the references for further study.) It was in this idea that I found a loose connection. God had His “eye” on those kings and leaders, the Tabernacle, and the cleaning of the Temple. The hebrew4christians website is a good study on the “eye” of God.