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The Old Testament and Comparative Condensed Biblical Cyclopedia Time Given To ReligionThe children of Israel were redeemed by the Lord (Exodus 15:1-19), hence they belonged to Him. It is interesting to note that the law Required them to give a large amount of their time to His service. *To the Passover*. Counting out one day for the Sabbath, they were Required to give six days to the feast of the passover and unleavened Bread each year; in a period of six years, thirty-six days; in a period Of forty-two years, two hundred and fifty-two days (Leviticus 23:4-8).*To the Feast of the Weeks*. They were required to give one day To this feast each year; in a period of six years, six days; in a Period of forty-two years, forty-two days (Leviticus 23:15-21.)*To the Feast of Tabernacles*. Counting out one day for the Sabbath, they were required to give six days to this feast each year; In a period of forty-two years, two hundred and fifty-two days (Leviticus 23:34-42).*To the Sabbath*. They were required to give fifty-one days to The Sabbath each year; in a period of six years, three hundred and six Days; in a period of forty-two years, two thousand one hundred and Forty-two days (Leviticus 23:3).*To the Day of Atonement*. They were required to give one day To the atonement each year; in a period of six years, six days; in a Period of forty-two years, forty-two days (Leviticus 23:26-32).*To the Feast of New Moons*. Counting out one day for the feast Of trumpets, they were required to give eleven days to this feast each Year; in a period of six years, sixty-six days; in a period of Forty-two years, four hundred and sixty-two days (Numbers 28:11-15; Numbers 29:1-5 Amos 8:5).*In a Period of Seven Years*.- Sabbaths, three hundred and six days (Leviticus 23:3);
- feast of Passover and Unleavened Bread, counting out one day each year for the Sabbath, thirty-six days (Leviticus 23:4-8);
- feast of Pentecost, six days (Leviticus 23:15-21);
- feast of Trumpets, six days (Leviticus 23:23-25);
- Atonement, six days (Leviticus 23:26-32);
- feast of Tabernacles, counting out one day each year for the Sabbath, thirty-six days (Leviticus 23:34-42);
- the first of every month, counting out one day each year for the feast of Trumpets, sixty-six days (Numbers 28:11-15; Amos 8:5);
- the seventh year, three hundred and sixty days (Leviticus 25:1-7).
(306 + 36 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 36 + 66 + 360 = 822). They therefore gave eight hundred and twenty-two days to their religion in seven years. *In a Period of Forty-Nine Years*.- Sabbaths, two thousand one hundred and forty-two days (Leviticus 23:3);
- feast of Passover and Unleavened Bread, counting out one day each year for the Sabbath, two hundred and fifty-two days (Leviticus 23:4-8);
- feast of Pentecost, forty-two days (Leviticus 23:15-21);
- feast of Trumpets, forty-two days (Leviticus 23:23-25);
- Atonement, forty-two days (Leviticus 23:26-32);
- feast of Tabernacles, counting out one day each year for the Sabbath, two hundred and fifty-two days (Leviticus 23:34-42);
- the first of every month, counting out one day each year for the feast of Trumpets, four hundred and sixty days (Numbers 28:11-15; Amos 8:5);
- the seventh year, two thousand five hundred and twenty days (Leviticus 25:1-7).
(2142 + 252 + 42 + 42 + 42 + 252 + 462 + 2520 = 5754). They therefore gave five thousand seven hundred and fifty-four days to their religion in forty-nine years. *In a Period of Fifty Years*.- Sabbaths, two thousand one hundred and forty-two days (Leviticus 23:3);
- feast of Passover and Unleavened Bread, counting out one day each year for the Sabbath, two hundred and fifty-two days (Leviticus 23:4-8);
- feast of Pentecost, forty-two days (Leviticus 23:15-21);
- feast of Trumpets, forty-two days (Leviticus 23:23-25);
- Atonement, forty-two days (Leviticus 23:26-32);
- feast of Tabernacles, counting out one day each year for the Sabbath, two hundred and fifty-two days (Leviticus 23:34-42);
- the first of every month, counting out one day each year for the feast of Trumpets, four hundred and sixty days (Numbers 28:11-15; Amos 8:5);
- the seventh year, two thousand five hundred and twenty days (Leviticus 25:1-7).
- the Jubilee, three hundred and sixty days (Leviticus 25:8-17).
(2142 + 252 + 42 + 42 + 42 + 252 + 462 + 2520 + 360 = 6114). They therefore gave six thousand one hundred and fourteen days to their religion in fifty years.
Subtopics Time in Prophetic Language, Means a Prophetic Year, or 360 Natural Time: All Events of, Predetermined by God Time: All God's Purposes Fulfilled in Due Time Time: Computed by Hours, After the Captivity Time: Daniel's Reckoning of Time, and Times, and Half Times Time: Division of, Into Watches Time: Epochs of Before the Flood Time: Eras from Which, Computed: Accession of Kings Time: Eras from Which, Computed: Building of the Temple Time: Eras from Which, Computed: Nativity of the Patriarchs During the Patriarchal Age Time: Eras from Which, Computed: The Captivity Time: Eras from Which, Computed: The Exodus from Egypt Time: Eras from Which, Computed: The Jubilee Time: One Day is Like One-Thousand Years Time: Part of a Period of, Usually Counted As the Whole Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Accepted Time Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Ancient Time Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Evil Time Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Healing Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Need Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Reformation Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Refreshing Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Restitution of all Things Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Temptation Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Trouble Time: Particular Periods of, Mentioned: The Time of Visitation Time: Shortness of Man's Portion of Time: should be Spent in Fear of God Time: The Duration of the World Time: The Heavenly Bodies, Appointed As a Means for Computing Time: The Measure of the Continuance of Anything Time: The Sun-Dial Early Invented for Pointing Out Links Bible Concordance • Bible Dictionary • Bible Encyclopedia • Topical Bible • Bible Thesuarus |