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.