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Shavuot, sometimes called the “Feast of Weeks” and commonly called “Pentecost”, remembers the giving of the Law to Moses. That was the first time that the very words and commandments of Yahweh were written down. It is also on the very same day, thousands of years later, that the Holy Spirit was poured down upon the believers in Jerusalem.Shavuot reminds us that it is impossible to keep the Law of Yahweh without the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is our Helper and we must walk with Him daily if we are to please our Heavenly Father.
In 2017, Shavuot will be observed on June 4th.