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Bikkurim (First Fruits)

Study the Bible and you will learn about the Feast in Hebrew known as Bikkurim. It is also known as the Feast of First Fruits (Barley).

The Days between Pesach/Passover and Shavuot/Pentecost, are called Sefirah Ha'Omer. Sefirah Ha'Omer means the "Period of Counting the Omer." During these fifty days the Yisraelites were to count a measure of grain each day in anticipation of the full fiftieth day, the full harvest of Shavuot. During the counting of the Omer YeHoVaH Connects The Passover, Unleaven Bread and FirstFruits together with Shavuot and caused the Yisraelites to look forward to the Day of Pentecost/Shavout.

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