Timeframe: 7 weeks plus one day after the start of the feast firstfruits, the third feast, which was the on the first weekly Sabbath after Passover. Which makes it a Sunday and therefore Pentecost or Shavuot a Sunday as well.
Timeframe: 7 weeks plus one day after the start of the feast firstfruits, the third feast, which was the on the day after Passover.
Passover in the Jewish calendar is on the 14 of Nisan, therefore, makes it 5th or 6th in the month of Sivan for Shavuot or feast of weeks. Passover may be nearly any day of the week which makes Shavuot or Pentecost to on the same day of the week. Therefore Pentecost would and did fall on nearly any day of the week including weekdays.
2. In the church tradition, Pentecost is 50 days after Jesus rose from the dead which was a Sunday.
What day you chose to have Shavuot, the feast of weeks or Pentecost depends on which year and day you chose to have Passover or the Easter Crucifixion also which day you chose to have the feast of firstfruits.
A possible date is 30th May AD32, which is early summer in Israel. If you have a Wednesday -Thursday Crucifixion with the feast Unleavened bread starting the day after and that year you have a special Sabbath and a normal weekly Sabbath. (Matthew 28:1 – the word Sabbath is in the plural.)
Another possible date is Sunday 24th May AD33, which is early summer in Israel, if you have a Friday Crucifixion with the feast Unleavened bread starting the day after and then you have only one Sabbath.
Pentecost is also known by, Feast of Weeks or Shavuot and also called by some white Sunday or Whitsunday.
Also, read Leviticus 23:15-22 about the Feast of Weeks or Shavuot also Leviticus 23:9-14 about the feast of firstfruits.
The Fire Symbol is used to symbolize the coming of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost or Shavuot.
Seemed as if Tongues of fire came and rested on the early disciples.
Timeframe, the 7th Sunday or 50 days or 7 weeks after the resurrection of Jesus.
The first weekly Sabbath after Pentecost was called The Feast of First Fruits.
Called Pentecost, Feast of Weeks or Shavuot. It is also called Whitsunday by some.
One possible date is Sunday 30th May AD32, which is early summer in Israel.
Another possible date is Sunday 24th May AD33, which is early summer in Israel.
Also, read: Leviticus 23:9-14 about the feast of firstfruits.
Also, read: Leviticus 23:15-22 about the is a Jewish holiday that occurs on the sixth day of the Hebrew month of Sivan (late May or early June).
Pentecost- The Coming of the Holy Spirit
2:1 When the day of Pentecost was being celebrated,a all of them were together in one place. 2 Suddenly, sound like the roar of a mighty windstorm came from heaven and filled the whole house where they were sitting. 3 They saw tongues like flames of fire that separated, and one rested on each of them. 4 All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in foreign languages as the Spirit gave them that ability.
5 Now devout Jews from every nation on earth were living in Jerusalem. 6 When that sound came, a crowd quickly gathered, startled because each one heard the disciples speaking in his own language. 7 Stunned and amazed, they asked, “All of these people who are speaking are Galileans, aren’t they? 8 So how is it that each one of us hears them speaking in his own native language: 9 Parthians, Medes, Elamites, residents of Mesopotamia, Judea, Cappadocia, Pontus, Asia, 10 Phrygia, Pamphylia, Egypt, the district of Libya near Cyrene, Jewish and proselyte visitors from Rome, 11 Cretans, and Arabs, listening to them talk in our own languages about the great deeds of God?”
12 All of them continued to be stunned and puzzled, and they kept asking one another, “What can this mean?”
13 But others kept saying in derision, “They’re drunk on sweet wine!”
Other modules in this unit:
- Zacchaeus, the tax collector, waited for Jesus up a tree, Luke 19:1-10
- Mary – First of two anointings by two different women, John 12:1-11
- Donkey – The Triumphal Entry, Luke 19:28-44
- Palm tree leaves and cloaks, John 12:12-19
- Jesus taught in parables – The Lamps of the Ten Bridesmaids. Matthew 25:1-13
- Jesus predicts his crucifixion, Luke 22:1-6
- Jesus anointed at Bethany by an unknown woman, Mark 14:3-9
- Sandal, Jesus Washes His Disciples Feet, John 13:1-20
- Judas Agrees to Betray Jesus, Luke 22:1-6
- The upper room discourse, Jesus comforts His Disciples, John 14:1-31
- Jesus prays for Himself, Luke 22:39-46
- Jesus spoke three prayers of intercession: one for Himself; one for his disciples; and one for all believers, John 17:1-26
- Soldiers came at night to arrest Jesus, Luke 22:47-48
- Peter cuts off an ear, Luke 22:49-51
- Jesus Arrested, Luke 22:52-53
- Jesus was on trial six times
- First trial – Annas the Father-in-law of Caiaphas the High Priest, John 18:12-14
- 2nd Trial – Jesus arrested and taken to the High Priest Caiaphas, Luke 22:54-65
- Friday?: day of Jesus’ death?
- Rooster Crowed – Peter Disowned Jesus, Luke 22:54-62
- Third Trial of Jesus before The Sanhedrin, Luke 22:66-71
- 4th Trial – Jesus before Pontius Pilate for the first time – Luke 23:1-7
- 5th Trial, Jesus before Herod Antipas the Governor of Galilee and Perea, Luke 23:8-12
- 6th trial – Jesus in front of Pontius Pilate for the second Time, Luke 23:13-25
- Jesus, the Crucifixion walk, Luke 23:26-46
- The Cross or the Crucifixion, Luke 23:26-49
- Roman Soldiers guard the Tomb, Matthew 27:62-66
- They made sure by sealing the tomb, Matthew 27:62-66
- Unleavened Bread
- Firstfruits Leviticus 23:9-14
- Jesus stays in the tomb three days and three nights, Matthew 28:1
- Fristfuits or Resurrection Sunday, Luke 24:1-12
- The open empty tomb or the Resurrection, Luke 24:1-8
- He is not Here He has risen – The Resurrection, Luke 24:5-8
- Jesus Has Risen Indeed – The Resurrection, Luke 24:1-12
- Come See Where He Lay, Matthew 28:1-10
- Peter Looks – He has Risen Indeed, Luke 24:12
- On the Road to Emmaus, Luke 24:13-35
- The end of the first week
- Jesus makes a special appearance for Thomas, John 20:24-31
- The First Sunday or 7 days after the Fristfuits or Resurrection of Jesus, Numbers 28:16-31
- Jesus and the Miraculous Catch of Fish, John 21:1-25
- The end of the second week
- The Second Sunday after Fristfuits or Resurrection Sunday, John 20:24-29
- The end of the third week
- The Third Sunday after Fristfuits or Resurrection Sunday
- The end of the fourth week
- The Fourth Sunday after Fristfuits or Resurrection Sunday
- The end of the 5th week
- The Fifth Sunday or 35 days after feast of Fristfuits or the resurrection of Jesus
- Ascension Day-Back to Heaven for Jesus, Luke 24:50-53
- Jesus was seen by over 500 people, 1 Corinthians 15:1-11
- The end of the 6th week
- The Sixth Sunday or 42 days from Fristfuits or Resurrection Sunday, Numbers 28:16-31
- The end of the 7th week
- Pentecost Fire, Acts 2:1-13
- Background Information – Easter
- Resources: Easter or Palm Sunday To Pentecost
- Next Module – Acts of the Apostles