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There is an incredible depth of meaning to the annual festival of Shavuot, which is known as the Greek name Pentecost in the Christian tradition. Shavuot is one of three annual festivals that God commanded His people to celebrate in His presence in Jerusalem. The other two festivals, of course, are Pesach in the Spring, which is Passover, and Sukkot in the Fall, which Christians call the Feast of Tabernacles.Dr. Anne Davis takes us on a journey into the purpose and meaning of Shavout and helps us to uncover its hidden meaning for our own lives today.
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