“First Sheaf” in Leviticus 23 not in Deuteronomy 16

24 Nov

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“First Sheaf” in Leviticus 23 not in Deuteronomy 16

Rubies:

How do you figure that the sheaf was waved in the evening but the “sickle went into the corn” the next daylight? There could be NO sheaf UNTIL the sickle went into the grain.
3. Deuteronomy 16:9 does not support your argument about “daylight”. This verse explains the Lord’s method of counting the 7 weeks from the first barley harvest until the wheat harvest begins. It also proves that the 2 Days of Firstfruits were invariably observed on SUNDAYS – the first day of the week – which is when the Resurrection necessarily HAD to happen, as the fulfilment of FIRSTFRUITS “that we may be accepted.” 
Without the Sunday resurrection of Christ our Firstfruits, there is no hope for any of us being resurrected. 1 Corinthians 15:20,23.
4. Since the Resurrection HAD to be on the Day of Firstfruits, it HAD to be on Sunday, whichever year that was. 

GE:

“First Sheaf” in Deuteronomy 16 and Leviticus 23
Contrary Rubies Deuteronomy 16:9
<proves> NO <<Firstfruits observed>>;
<proves> NO <<2 Days of Firstfruits>>;
<proves> NO <<Firstfruits observed on SUNDAYS>>;
<proves> NO <<Firstfruits invariably on Sundays>>.

For sooth in fact Deuteronomy 16:9 <<proves>> NOR <<refers to Firstfruits>> at all. 

Deuteronomy 16:9,10 is about the “SEVEN WEEKS thou beginnest TO NUMBER as thou beginnest to put the sickle to HARVEST the corn”….and for the following “SEVEN SEVENS-OF-DAYS” of harvest “shalt keep the FEAST OF (SEVEN) WEEKS”. “Number”, “seven weeks”, “harvest” and “feast” are IDENTICALLY THE SAME period “in the month….in its season” <observed>.

Re: Rubies:
<<How do you figure that the sheaf was waved in the evening but the “sickle went into the corn” the next daylight?>>  

Reg is right and you, Rubies, as usual, is wrong.

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