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(1.00) (Jdg 14:10)

tn Or “[wedding] feast.”

(1.00) (Job 1:4)

tn Heb “make a feast.”

(0.88) (2Ki 6:23)

tn Or “held a great feast.”

(0.53) (Est 7:1)

tn Heb “to drink”; NASB “to drink wine.” The expression is a metaphor for lavish feasting, cf. NRSV “to feast”; KJV “to banquet.”

(0.53) (Eze 45:25)

sn That is, the Feast of Temporary Shelters, traditionally known as the Feast of Tabernacles (Exod 23:16; 34:22; Deut 16:16).

(0.50) (Exo 10:9)

tn Heb “we have a pilgrim feast (חַג, khag) to Yahweh.”

(0.50) (1Ki 8:2)

sn The festival. This was the Feast of Tabernacles, see Lev 23:34.

(0.50) (2Ch 5:3)

sn This festival in the seventh month was the Feast of Tabernacles, see Lev 23:34.

(0.44) (Luk 22:1)

sn The Feast of Unleavened Bread was a week long celebration that followed the day of Passover, so one name was used for both feasts (Exod 12:1-20; 23:15; 34:18; Deut 16:1-8).

(0.44) (Jud 1:12)

sn The danger of the false teachers at the love feasts would be especially pernicious, for the love feasts of the early church involved the Lord’s Supper, worship, and instruction.

(0.44) (Jer 9:2)

tn Or “bunch,” but this loses the irony; the word is used for the solemn assemblies at the religious feasts.

(0.44) (Mat 17:4)

tn Or “booths,” “dwellings” (referring to the temporary booths constructed in the celebration of the feast of Tabernacles).

(0.44) (Mat 26:17)

tn The words “the feast of” are not in the Greek text, but have been supplied for clarity.

(0.44) (Mar 9:5)

tn Or “dwellings,” “booths” (referring to the temporary booths constructed in the celebration of the feast of Tabernacles).

(0.44) (Mar 14:12)

tn The words “the feast of” are not in the Greek text, but have been supplied for clarity.

(0.44) (Luk 9:33)

tn Or “booths,” “dwellings” (referring to the temporary booths constructed in the celebration of the feast of Tabernacles).

(0.44) (Luk 22:7)

tn The words “for the feast” are not in the Greek text, but have been supplied for clarity.

(0.44) (Joh 10:23)

sn It was winter. The feast began on 25 Kislev, in November-December of the modern Gregorian calendar.

(0.43) (Joh 6:4)

sn Passover. According to John’s sequence of material, considerable time has elapsed since the feast of 5:1. If the feast in 5:1 was Pentecost of a.d. 31, then this feast would be the Passover of a.d. 32, just one year before Jesus’ crucifixion.

(0.43) (Joh 7:2)

tn Or “feast of the Tents” (the feast where people lived in tents or shelters, which was celebrated in the autumn after harvest). John’s use of σκηνοπηγία (skhnophgia) for the feast of Tabernacles constitutes the only use of this term in the New Testament.



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