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There were 7 feasts each year (given in Lev. 23, with appropriate dates and worship activities for each) and they required at least three trips to the Temple annually. Passover, Unleavened Bread and First Fruits, which all occur within an eight day period in the early spring, could be gotten into one trip. Pentecost, scheduled 50 days after First Fruits, required a second spring trip near the beginning of June. Finally, Trumpets, Atonement and Tabernacles, occurring within a 22-day period in the fall, might be accomplished in the third trip.
That's salvation, brother! I can't help imparting a story I heard which illustrates the dangers of having only a little knowledge of Judaism and trying to be a learned Christian. A seminary student once taught an acquaintance of mine that Jesus and His disciples lay on the floor at Passover! It seems they were lying like spokes in a wheel with their feet toward the center of the table, or maybe the table was set on the floor, too. This incredible picture evolved from the student trying to define the term "reclining" without asking a Jew.
He would tell the bride, "I go to prepare a place for you," and he would return to his father's house. There he would build a bridal chamber—a little mansion, where the couple would eventually have their honeymoon. Meanwhile, the bride waited at home, consecrated, set apart, "bought for a price," until her bridegroom would come for her. She would be waiting all the time, every night, because her groom had paid a great price for her and she was loyal (and eager to be married as are all young girls, of course).