Seven

Seven

 
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  • "Do they not realize that I have given them the seventh day, the Sabbath, as a day of rest? That is why I give you twice as much food on the sixth day, so there will be enough for two days. On the Sabbath day you must stay in your places. Do not pick up food from the ground on that day." - Exodus 16:29


  • So the people rested on the seventh day. - Exodus 16:30


  • but the seventh day is a day of rest dedicated to the LORD your God. On that day no one in your household may do any kind of work. This includes you, your sons and daughters, your male and female servants, your livestock, and any foreigners living among you. - Exodus 20:10


  • For in six days the LORD made the heavens, the earth, the sea, and everything in them; then he rested on the seventh day. That is why the LORD blessed the Sabbath day and set it apart as holy. - Exodus 20:11


  • "If you buy a Hebrew slave, he is to serve for only six years. Set him free in the seventh year, and he will owe you nothing for his freedom. - Exodus 21:2


  • If he was single when he became your slave and then married afterward, only he will go free in the seventh year. But if he was married before he became a slave, then his wife will be freed with him. - Exodus 21:3


  • "If his master gave him a wife while he was a slave, and they had sons or daughters, then the man will be free in the seventh year, but his wife and children will still belong to his master. - Exodus 21:4


  • "You must also give me the firstborn of your cattle and sheep. Leave the newborn animal with its mother for seven days; then give it to me on the eighth day. - Exodus 22:30


  • but let the land rest and lie fallow during the seventh year. Then let the poor among you harvest any volunteer crop that may come up. Leave the rest for the animals to eat. The same applies to your vineyards and olive groves. - Exodus 23:11


  • "Work for six days, and rest on the seventh. This will give your ox and your donkey a chance to rest. It will also allow the people of your household, including your slaves and visitors, to be refreshed. - Exodus 23:12


  • The first is the Festival of Unleavened Bread. For seven days you are to eat bread made without yeast, just as I commanded you before. This festival will be an annual event at the appointed time in early spring,* for that is the anniversary of your exodus from Egypt. Everyone must bring me a sacrifice at that time.1 - Exodus 23:15


  • And the glorious presence of the LORD rested upon Mount Sinai, and the cloud covered it for six days. On the seventh day the LORD called to Moses from the cloud. - Exodus 24:16


  • Then make the seven lamps for the lampstand, and set them so they reflect their light forward. - Exodus 25:37


  • Whoever is the next high priest after Aaron will wear these clothes for seven days before beginning to minister in the Tabernacle and the Holy Place. - Exodus 29:30


  • "This is how you will ordain Aaron and his sons to their offices. The ordination ceremony will go on for seven days. - Exodus 29:35


  • Make atonement for the altar every day for seven days. After that, the altar will be exceedingly holy, and whatever touches it will become holy. - Exodus 29:37


  • Work six days only, but the seventh day must be a day of total rest. I repeat: Because the LORD considers it a holy day, anyone who works on the Sabbath must be put to death. - Exodus 31:15
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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