Scripture Reading for Shavuot

Scripture Reading for Shavuot

Shavuot is the last of the four Spring Feasts of Yehovah. It concludes the time of rejoicing that makes up the period of counting the Omer. It is a time to remember the goodness of the Lord after the great Exodus from Egypt.

This holiday begins the Wheat harvest and it is a time to celebrate the provision of God. We see God renewing His covenant with Israel at Mount Sinai.

Here is a list of Shavuot scriptures to help you study- the day the Torah was given to us.

Exodus 19 – 20 – The giving of the Torah.

Exodus 34: 22 – Shavuot starts the Wheat harvest.

Leviticus 23: 15 – 22 – Instructions on how to celebrate Shavuot.

Deuteronomy 8: 3 – The Lord tests us to remind us to rely on Him.

Deuteronomy 16: 9 – 12 – A command to keep Shavuot and to rejoice before the Lord. 

Deuteronomy 16: 16 – 17 – Shavuot is one of the three pilgrimage feasts.

Jeremiah 31: 31 – 34 – Elohim promises to give us the Holy Spirit.

Ezekiel 36: 26 – 28 – Elohim promises to give us a new heart because of the Holy Spirit.

Book of Ruth – This story occurs during the wheat harvest.

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