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Why Count the Omer?

The Omer Count always begins at sundown on the Feast of First Fruits, and ends on the day before Pentecost (Shavuot) – 7 weeks, 49 days.  This year that’s April 12-May 30, 2020.

So what’s an Omer?  Why would Yehovah want us to count it?  Is it still relevant today?  Those were my questions, and these links discuss the answers I found in my search.

If you’ve never counted the omer, I encourage you to begin the journey and see how Yehovah answers these questions for you.  If you’re counting the omer and looking for fresh insight, I pray He will use this teaching to enlighten your path.  I hope you will leave a comment about what he’s taught you as well.

2020 Omer Count Calendar

 

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