- Sabbath. Weekly assembly.
- Passover. 1/14 (month/day).
- Unleavened Bread. 1/15. Seven days.
- First fruits. No date but always a Sunday. Wave offering of bread and wine.
- Weeks, Pentecost. Fifty days after first fruits.
- Trumpets. 7/1.
- Atonement. 7/10. Affliction of soul.
- Tabernacles. 7/15. Seven days. Festive camping to remember Exodus and wilderness wandering.
Priests are to keep the lamp stand and showbread supplied.
A man takes God's name in vain in a curse while fighting, and God says to stone him.
Punishment must be proportional (eye for eye).
How this is about Jesus
- He fulfills every feast - our rest, lamb, pure bread, first fruits in His resurrection, harvest and Spirit -sender, director of our movements and times (trumpets), atonement by His blood before God, and shelter.
- He is the light of the world equipped by the Spirit (oil for lamp stand).
- He is the bread of life.
- The first thing He wants us to pray for is God's name to be hallowed, not defiled.
- He took the capital punishment our sins deserved.