Happy Passover

Passover, the two Firstfruit harvests, and how to count the Omer up to Shavu’ot

Learn about Passover, the two Firstfruits, and how to count the Omer up to Shavu’ot as well as the deeper symbolism and significance of all God’s Holy Days in the video study above!

-Readings below for Passover and the week of Unleavened Bread – 2024

Passover Readings

First Day

Nissan 15, 5784
April 23, 2024
First Torah:
On the FIRST DAY OF PASSOVER we read from the book of Exodus (12:21-51) of the bringing of the Passover Offering in Egypt, the Plague of the Firstborn at the stroke of midnight, and how “On this very day, G‑d took the Children of Israel out of Egypt.”
Second Torah:
Numbers 28:16-25
Joshua 3:5-7; Joshua 5:2 – 6:1; Joshua 6:27

Second Day

Nissan 16, 5784
April 24, 2024
First Torah:
The reading for the SECOND DAY OF PASSOVER, Leviticus 22:26-23:44, includes: a list of the moadim — the “appointed times” on the Jewish calendar for festive celebration of our bond with G‑d; the mitzvah to Count the Omer (the 49-day “countdown” to the festival of Shavuot which begins on the 2nd night of Passover); and the obligation to journey to the Holy Temple to “to see and be seen before the face of G‑d” on the three annual pilgrimage festivals — Passover, Shavuot and Sukkot.
Second Torah:
Numbers 28:16-25
Kings II 23:1-9; Kings II 23:21-25

Third Day

Nissan 17, 5784
April 25, 2024
First Torah:
Instructions to commemorate the Exodus by sanctifying the firstborn, avoiding leaven and eating matzah on Passover, telling one’s children the story of the Exodus, and donning tefillin (Exodus 13:1-16).
Second Torah:
Numbers 28:19-25

Fourth Day

Nissan 18, 5784
April 26, 2024
First Torah:
A portion from the Parshah of Mishpatim which includes the laws of the festivals (Exodus 22:24-23:19).
Second Torah:
Numbers 28:19-25

Fifth Day

Nissan 19, 5784
April 27, 2024
First Torah:
A section describing Moses’ receiving of the Second Tablets and G‑d’s revelation to him of His Thirteen Attributes of Mercy, which likewise concludes with the laws of the festivals (Exodus 34:1-26); when one of the “intermediate days” of Passover is Shabbat, this is the reading read on that day, and it begins 12 verses earlier, with 33:12).
Second Torah:
Numbers 28:19-25

Sixth Day

Nissan 20, 5784
April 28, 2024
First Torah:
The story and laws of the “Second Passover” (Numbers 9:1-14).
Second Torah:
Numbers 28:19-25

Seventh Day

Nissan 21, 5784
April 29, 2024
First Torah:
On the SEVENTH DAY OF PASSOVER we read how on this day the sea split for the Children of Israel and drowned the pursuing Egyptians, and the “Song at the Sea” sung by the people upon their deliverance (Exodus 13:17-15:26; full summary with commentary here).
Second Torah:
Numbers 28:19-25
Samuel II 22:1-51

Eighth Day

Nissan 22, 5784
April 30, 2024
First Torah:
On the EIGHTH DAY OF PASSOVER we read Deuteronomy 15:19-16:17. Like the reading for the second day, it catalogs the annual cycle of festivals, their special observances, and the offerings brought on these occasions to the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. The Eighth Day’s special connection with the Future Redemption is reflected in the Haftorah (reading from the Prophets) for this day (Isaiah 10:32-12:6).
Second Torah:
Numbers 28:19-25
Isaiah 10:32 – 12:6

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Torah Parashah teaching with video and audio and illustrations by Rabbi Isaac. © 2024 Assembly of Called-Out Believers. Use by Permission.

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  1. Phillip McCleveland

    Thank you so much for your outline of readings! My family and I are new in coming back to Torah, as we have been Christian for the last couple of years. Your website and YouTube videos have brought so much blessing, meaning, and understanding to our reading of His Word that we have not received elsewhere. We cannot thank you enough for what you do and I promise you it is felt all over the world! We are in New Bern, NC and do not have a Messianic Community close to us, so I rely on your teachings to teach my family as I learn and as week keep and remember Shabbat weekly. We pray that the Father’s Shalom continues to bless you all and we plan to donate and spread the word about you guys soon. Thank you!!!

    • Thank you kindly dear Brother… May the Almighty bless you and yours and cover you under His shadow of protection and blood covering! Hag Sameach!

  2. We’ve just started following the lunar/solar calendar Yah’s way, coming out from following other Calendars. So happy to return to the ancient path! Hallelu Yah!

  3. Hi, Rabbi Isaac,
    Me and my husband would love to know what it takes to become a part of your congregation.
    Assembly of called out believers , we follow you on you tube, and have been following for the last 2 years. We have been keeping the Sabbath and all the feast days. The feast day’s are new to us, and would absolutely love to see how you keep and celebrate them. I learned of the feast day’s and stopped celebrating the pagan holiday’s 20 years ago. Now I would truly love to know how to celebrate them right.
    Thank you so much. May Adonai bless all of us.

  4. Shalom Rabbi Isaac,
    I’m not very good at understanding the dates, so is this year Shavuot from evening of 9 th Sivan to 10th of Sivan? I would like to know of I got it ccorrectly.

    Thank you,

    • We count 50 days starting from the day after the Sabbath (i.e. the evening before Sunday, April 28th) through to Sunday, June 16th, 2024 (From the day after the Sabbath (counting starts after sundown Saturday evening) through 7 complete sabbaths – Lev. 23:15-16) (Whereas the Anniversary of Ten Commandments given on 6th of Sivan falls on June 12th, 2024 in Israel)

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