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“‘Speak to the children of Israel and say to them, ‘The feasts of the Lord, which you shall proclaim to be holy convocations, these are My feasts…. These are the feasts of the Lord, holy convocations which you shall proclaim at their appointed times’’” (source)
“In view of this, as the time approached for Jesus to die, He deliberately arranged His itinerary and personal activities around the events associated with the selection, testing, and death of the Passover Lamb. In this way, the Jewish people would be able to understand who He was and what He was doing. They had acted out the drama of redemption through the Passover picture. Jesus was set aside to be sacrificed, examined, and crucified on the exact month, day, and hour that the Jews had been handling the lambs for 1,500 years in keeping the Feast of Passover.” (source)
“These three feast seasons were known as Passover (Pesach), Pentecost (Shavuot), and Tabernacles (Succot).” (source)
“The main purpose of the Feast of Trumpets was to announce the arrival of the seventh month in order to prepare the people for the Day of Atonement, which was ten days later. The seventh month was special because it was the last month in the religious season. It was the time when God would complete His dealings with the people for that year. It was also the last time they were required to journey to Jerusalem until the following year at Passover.” (source)
“Then at three o’clock as the people were praising God and slaughtering the lambs, Jesus died. Mark was careful to note the time and wrote that it was the ninth hour (three o’clock Jewish time) when Jesus breathed His last breath (see Mark 15:33-37).” (source)