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Torrey's Topical Textbook
Feast of the Passover, The.
Ordained by God
Commenced the fourteenth of the first month at even
Ex 12:2,6,18; Le 23:5; Nu 9:3.
Lasted seven days
Ex 12:15; Le 23:6.
All males to appear at
Ex 23:17; De 16:16.
Paschal lamb eaten first day of
Unleavened bread eaten at
Ex 12:15; De 16:3.
First and last days of, holy convocations
Ex 12:16; Nu 28:18,25.
Le 23:8; Nu 28:19-24.
The first sheaf of barley harvest offered the day after the Sabbath in
To commemorate the
To be perpetually observed during the Mosaic age
Ex 12:14; 13:10.
Children to be taught the nature and design of
Ex 12:26,27; 13:8.
Purification necessary to the due observance of
2Ch 30:15-19; Joh 11:55.
Might be kept in the second month by those who were unclean at the appointed time
Nu 9:6-11; 2Ch 30:2,3,15.
No uncircumcised person to keep
Strangers and servants when circumcised might keep
Neglect of, punished with death
Improper keeping of, punished
Remarkable celebrations of
Moses kept through faith
Christ always observed
Mt 26:17-20; Lu 22:15; Joh 2:13,23.
The people of Jerusalem lent their rooms to strangers for
The Lord's Supper instituted at
Custom of releasing a prisoner at
Mt 27:15; Lu 23:16,17.
The Sabbath in, a high day
The day before the Sabbath in, called the preparation
Illustrative of redemption through Christ
Feasts of Trumpets, The.
Feasts, the Anniversary.
Necessary members of the body
Parts of, mentioned in scripture
2Sa 2:18; 22:34.
Were liable to
Early use of shoes
Of women often adorned with tingling ornaments
Of the Jews
Stamped on the ground in extreme joy or grief
Eze 6:11; 25:6.
Washing for others, a menial office
1Sa 25:41; Joh 13:5-14.
Of strangers and travellers washed
Ge 18:4; 19:2; 24:32; 1Ti 5:10.
Neglect of washing, disrespectful to guest
Respect exhibited by falling at
1Sa 25:24; 2Ki 4:37; Es 8:3; Mr 5:22; Ac 10:25.
Reverence expressed by kissing
Sleep expressed by covering
Subjection expressed by licking the dust of
Condemnation expressed by shaking the dust from
Mt 10:14; Mr 6:11.
Subjugation of enemies expressed by placing on their necks
Jos 10:24; Ps 110:1.
Origin of uncovering in consecrated places
Ex 3:5; Jos 5:15.
Of enemies often maimed and cut off
Jdj 1:6,7; 2Sa 4:12.
Path of, to be pondered
To be refrained from evil
Pr 1:15; Heb 12:13.
To be turned to God's testimonies
To be directed by God's word
To be guided by wisdom and discretion
Of the wicked