5776.01.14

~ Passover of GOD ~

Sundown April 21, 2016 Dawns Hebrew Day 14 of 353.

  • Passover Day: 750 [750 + 249 = 999];
  • Day 383 + 14 = 397 [14 + 52 = 66];
  • Day 736 + 14 = 750;
  • Day 999 + 90 + 14 = Hebrew Israel;
  • Checksum Day: March 5, 2014 = 327 & 327 + 776 = 1103;
  • Calculator: 2013.04.11 + 1106 = 2016.04.21;
  • Hebrew: 1089 + 14 = 1103;
  • Day 490 + 613 = 1103;
  • Day 1103 + 353 = 1456;
  • Day 1456 – 1089 = 5777.01.14 @ Passover of GOD;
  • Day 1089 + 397 = 1486;
  • Daniel 147 + 1339 = 1486;
  • Day 1089 + 750 = 1839;
  • Day 613 + 613 + 613 = 4.21 @ Your Servant
  • Day 736 + 1103 = 1839;
  • Day 900 + 39 + 900 = 1839;
  • Day 1776 + 49 + 14 = 1839;
  • Day 1089 + 1103 = 2192;
  • Day 2539 + 397 = 2936.

Exodus 12:6 ~ Names of God Bible (NOG)

Take care of it until the fourteenth day of this month.

“Then at dusk, all the assembled people from the community of Israel must slaughter their animals.

Names of God Bible (NOG)The Names of God Bible (without notes) © 2011 by Baker Publishing Group.

2 Kings 23:21 ~ Names of God Bible (NOG)

21 The king ordered all the people to celebrate the Passover for Yahweh their Elohim as it is written in this Book of the Promise.

Names of God Bible (NOG)The Names of God Bible (without notes) © 2011 by Baker Publishing Group.

2 Chronicles 35:1 ~ Names of God Bible (NOG)

King Josiah Celebrates the Passover

35 Josiah celebrated the Passover for Yahweh in Jerusalem. The Passover lamb was slaughtered on the fourteenth day of the first month.

Names of God Bible (NOG)The Names of God Bible (without notes) © 2011 by Baker Publishing Group.

Ezekiel 45 ~ Names of God Bible (NOG)

Land for the Priests, Levites, and the Prince

45 “‘Divide the land by drawing lots for the property you will inherit. Set aside an area 43,750 feet long and 35,000 feet wide for Yahweh. The entire area will be holy. An area of 875 feet square will be for the holy place with an open area 87½ feet wide. Measure off an area 43,750 feet long and 17,500 feet wide. The holy place, that is, the most holy place, will be in this area. This holy part of the land will belong to the priests who serve in the holy place, the priests who come near to serve Yahweh. They will use this place for their homes, and it will be the location for the holy place. An area 43,750 feet long and 17,500 feet wide will belong to the Levites who serve in the temple. It will be given to them so that they have cities to live in.

“‘You must designate an area 8,750 feet wide and 43,750 feet long as the city’s property. It will be located alongside the holy area. It will belong to all the people of Israel.

“‘The prince will have all the land on both sides of the holy area and on both sides of the property belonging to the city. From the western boundary of the holy area, his land will extend to the Mediterranean Sea. From the eastern boundary of the holy area, his land will extend to the eastern border of the country. His territory will be as large as the territory of one of the tribes. This land will belong to the prince in Israel. Then my princes will no longer oppress my people. They will give land to each tribe of the nation of Israel.

Honest Weights and Measures for the Lord’s People

“‘This is what Adonay Yahweh says: I’ve had enough of you, you princes of Israel. Stop your violence and looting, and do what is fair and right. Stop evicting my people, declares Adonay Yahweh. 10 You must have honest scales and honest dry and liquid measures. 11 The dry and liquid measures must always be the same: The ephah and the bath should hold the same as one-tenth of a homer. The homer must be the standard measure.[a] 12 One shekel must weigh 20 gerahs. One mina must weigh 60 shekels.[b]

Rules for Worship

13 “‘This is the contribution you must give to the Lord: seventeen percent of your wheat and seventeen percent of your barley. 14 You must give one percent of your olive oil using the standard measure. 15 You must take one sheep out of every 200 from the well-watered pastures of Israel. You must sacrifice them with grain offerings, burnt offerings, and fellowship offerings to make peace with the Lord, declares Adonay Yahweh. 16 All the common people must give this contribution to the prince in Israel. 17 Then the prince is responsible to provide burnt offerings, grain offerings, and wine offerings at the annual festivals, the New Moon Festivals, the weekly days of worship, and all the other appointed festivals of the nation of Israel. He must prepare offerings for sin, grain offerings, burnt offerings, and fellowship offerings to make peace with the Lord for the nation of Israel.

18 “‘This is what Adonay Yahweh says: On the first day of the first month, take a young bull that has no defects and remove sin from the holy place. 19 The priest must take some blood from the offering for sin and put it on the doorposts of the temple, on the four corners of the ledge of the altar, and on the doorposts of the gateways of the inner courtyard. 20 You must do the same on the seventh day of the month for everyone who unintentionally does something wrong and is unaware of it. So you must make peace with the Lord for the temple.

21 “‘On the fourteenth day of the first month, you will celebrate the Passover, a festival lasting seven days when unleavened bread is eaten. 22 At that time the prince must prepare for himself and for all the common people a young bull as an offering for sin. 23 Every day during the seven days of the festival, he must prepare burnt offerings for Yahweh: seven young bulls that have no defects, seven rams that have no defects, and one male goat as an offering for sin. 24 He must also give as a grain offering a half-bushel for each young bull and a half-bushel for each ram. He must also give one gallon of olive oil for every half-bushel of grain. 25 On the fifteenth day of the seventh month, at the Festival of Booths, he must do the same as on those seven days. He must prepare the same offerings for sin, burnt offerings, grain offerings, and olive oil.

Footnotes:

  1. Ezekiel 45:11 A homer was about 60 gallons as a liquid measure or 6 bushels as a dry measure.
  2. Ezekiel 45:12 A shekel was about four-tenths of an ounce.
Names of God Bible (NOG)The Names of God Bible (without notes) © 2011 by Baker Publishing Group.

Luke 18:33 ~ Names of God Bible (NOG)

33 whip him, and kill him. But on the third day he will come back to life.”

Names of God Bible (NOG)The Names of God Bible (without notes) © 2011 by Baker Publishing Group.

John 1:14 ~ Names of God Bible (NOG)

14 The Word became human and lived among us. We saw his glory. It was the glory that the Father shares with his only Son, a glory full of kindness[a] and truth.

Footnotes:

  1. John 1:14 Or “grace.”
Names of God Bible (NOG)The Names of God Bible (without notes) © 2011 by Baker Publishing Group.

Song of Solomon 1 ~ Names of God Bible (NOG)

The most beautiful song of Solomon.

The Young Woman Arrives in Solomon’s Palace

[Bride]

Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth.
    Your expressions of love are better than wine,
        better than the fragrance of cologne.
            (Cologne should be named after you.)
    No wonder the young women love you!
Take me with you. Let’s run away.
    The king has brought me into his private rooms.

[The chorus of young women]

    We will celebrate and rejoice with you.
    We will praise your expressions of love more than wine.
    How right it is that the young women love you!

[Bride]

Young women of Jerusalem, I am dark and lovely
    like Kedar’s tents,
    like Solomon’s curtains.
Stop staring at me because I am so dark.
    The sun has tanned me.
    My brothers were angry with me.
    They made me the caretaker of the vineyards.
    I have not even taken care of my own vineyard.
Please tell me, you whom I love, where do you graze your flock?
    Where does your flock lie down at noon?
    Tell me, or I will be considered a prostitute
    wandering among the flocks of your companions.

[The chorus of young women]

If you do not know, most beautiful of women,
    follow the tracks of the flocks,
        and graze your young goats near the shepherds’ tents.

Solomon Searches for the Young Woman’s Love

[Groom]

My true love, I compare you to a mare among Pharaoh’s stallions.
10 Your cheeks are lovely with ornaments,
    your neck with strings of pearls.

[The chorus of young women]

11 We will make gold ornaments with silver beads for you.

[Bride]

12 While the king is at his table,
    my perfume fills the air with its fragrance.
13 My beloved is a pouch of myrrh[a]
    that lies at night between my breasts.
14 My beloved is a bouquet of henna flowers
    in the vineyards of En Gedi.

[Groom]

15 Look at you! You are beautiful, my true love!
    Look at you! You are so beautiful!
    Your eyes are like doves!

[Bride]

16 Look at you! You are handsome, my beloved, so pleasing to me!
    The leaf-scattered ground will be our couch.
17 The cedars will be the walls of our house.
    The cypress trees will be our rafters.

Footnotes:

  1. Song of Solomon 1:13 Myrrh is a fragrant resin used for perfumes, embalming, and deodorizers.
Names of God Bible (NOG)The Names of God Bible (without notes) © 2011 by Baker Publishing Group.

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