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You must count seven weeks; you must begin to count them 1 from the time you begin to harvest the standing grain.
“You must observe 1 the Feast of Weeks – the firstfruits of the harvest of wheat – and the Feast of Ingathering at the end 2 of the year.
In those days I, Daniel, was mourning for three whole weeks. 1
So know and understand: From the issuing of the command 1 to restore and rebuild Jerusalem 2 until an anointed one, a prince arrives, 3 there will be a period of seven weeks 4 and sixty-two weeks. It will again be built, 5 with plaza and moat, but in distressful times.
He will confirm a covenant with many for one week. 1 But in the middle of that week he will bring sacrifices and offerings to a halt. On the wing 2 of abominations will come 3 one who destroys, until the decreed end is poured out on the one who destroys.”
Complete my older daughter’s bridal week. 1 Then we will give you the younger one 2 too, in exchange for seven more years of work.” 3
Jacob did as Laban said. 1 When Jacob 2 completed Leah’s bridal week, 3 Laban gave him his daughter Rachel to be his wife. 4
If she bears a female child, she will be impure fourteen days as during her menstrual flow, and she will remain sixty-six days in 1 blood purity. 2
“‘Also, on the day of the first fruits, when you bring a new grain offering to the Lord during your Feast of Weeks, you are to have a holy assembly. You must do no ordinary work.
Then you are to celebrate the Festival of Weeks 1 before the Lord your God with the voluntary offering 2 that you will bring, in proportion to how he 3 has blessed you.
He observed the daily requirements for sacrifices that Moses had specified for Sabbaths, new moon festivals, and the three annual celebrations – the Feast of Unleavened Bread, the Feast of Weeks, and the Feast of Temporary Shelters. 1
They do not say to themselves, 1 “Let us revere the Lord our God. It is he who gives us the autumn rains and the spring rains at the proper time. It is he who assures us of the regular weeks of harvest.” 2
“‘In the first month, on the fourteenth day of the month, you will celebrate the Passover, and for seven days bread made without yeast will be eaten.
I ate no choice food; no meat or wine came to my lips, 1 nor did I anoint myself with oil 2 until the end of those three weeks.
Three times a year all your males must appear before the Lord your God in the place he chooses for the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the Festival of Weeks, and the Festival of Temporary Shelters; and they must not appear before him 1 empty-handed.
“Seventy weeks 1 have been determined concerning your people and your holy city to put an end to 2 rebellion, to bring sin 3 to completion, 4 to atone for iniquity, to bring in perpetual 5 righteousness, to seal up 6 the prophetic vision, 7 and to anoint a most holy place. 8
Now after the sixty-two weeks, an anointed one will be cut off and have nothing. 1 As for the city and the sanctuary, the people of the coming prince will destroy 2 them. But his end will come speedily 3 like a flood. 4 Until the end of the war that has been decreed there will be destruction.