Deffinitions: Moedim

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a-m)  ( MW-AhD) -  Moedim

Strong Concordance number 4150

I. Appointment: A time that is repeated time after time.

II. Company: A group that meet at specific times. [freq. 224] |kjv: congregation, feast, season, appointed, time, assembly, solemnity, solemn, days, sign, synagogue| {str: 4150, 4151}

Discussion  Primer:  Is the Moedim a command to Gather? Or is it just for us to recognise the day with no other actions required?

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Erin Hunter
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Jeff Gilbert
Jeff Gilbert
I agree Orlando... the Moed is a time for the Gathering of His people together.
2 years ago
Jeff Gilbert
Jeff Gilbert
Thank you for your input Erin.

If I understand you correctly, you begin your count with the sighting of the new moon. And every seven days thereafter you set aside your observance of the memorial of the Sabbath.

Is this correct?
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Orlando Peleg
Orlando Peleg
Shalom Jeff,

Leviticus 23:4 says, “‘These are the appointed times [Moed] of the LORD, holy convocations [4744 Mikra] which you shall proclaim at the times appointed for them”. The Parent Root of the word Moed is the word ED (Ayin-Dalet) which means Witness. According to the Law, a single witness is not enough to establish a truth, but by the testimony of two or more witnesses a fact may be confirmed. The Hebrew word Mikra means convocation or calling together. My opinion is that the people of God should gather at the appointed times to proclaim YHWH’s truth. We are Yeshua’s witnesses. Messiah said, “you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and even to the remotest part of the earth" (Acts 1:8). In addition, Acts 2:1 says, “When the day of Pentecost had come, they were all together in one place”. The believers in Yeshua were all gathered for Shavuot.
2 years ago
Orlando Peleg
Orlando Peleg
Shalom Jeff,

‘These are the appointed times [4150 Moed] of the LORD, holy convocations [4744 Mikra] which you shall proclaim at the times appointed for them. Leviticus 23:4

The Parent Root of the word Moed is the word ED (Ayin-Dalet) which means Witness. According to the Law, a single witness is not enough to establish a truth, but by the testimony of two or more witnesses a fact may be confirmed. The Hebrew word Mikra means convocation or calling together. My opinion is that the people of God should gather at the appointed times to proclaim YHWH’s truth.

Peace and blessings :)
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