OMER COUNTING: Year 5780/2020 (April-May) Guide

via Clarification of OMER COUNT Readings

via The BOOK OF PSALMS & OMER COUNT

via Week Three: OMER COUNT (sun-down Thursday 23/04/202 to sun-down Wednesday 29/04/2020)…

via Week Four: OMER COUNT (sun-down Thursday 30/04/2020 to sun-down Wednesday 06/05/2020) 

via Week Five: OMER COUNT (sun-down Thursday 07/05/2020 to sun-down Wednesday 13/05/2020

via Week Six: OMER COUNT (sun-down Thursday 14/05/2020 to sun-down Wednesday 20/05/2020

via Week Seven: OMER COUNT (sun-down Thursday 21/05/2020 to sun-down Wednesday 27/05/2020)

via 50. (OMER COUNT): Day FIFTY/50 (SHAVU’OT/WEEKS/PENTECOST) includes Holy Prophecies (sun-down Thursday 28/05/2020 to sun-down Saturday 30/05/2020)

 

We would normally ready and use Psalm 119 as well as other Psalms to pray. Some people read the entire Book of Psalms. They start some time leading up to PESACH/PASSOVER so that they can cover the whole of Psalms. You can do that as it is good to try and grt through the whole Bible by the end of each year. There is a Portion of Psalm 119 to read for each day of the OMER COUNT for the first 3 weeks and first day of the fourth week.

 

SHALOM Brethren in YAHUSHUA HA MASHIACH, I thought the following would be useful to have:

Omer Count for Hebrew Year 5780

(Inside Israel)

Gregorian (2020) Hebrew Special Day Omer Count
Wednesday night, April 8 Nisan 15 Passover  
Thursday night, April 9 Nisan 16 Chol Hamoed Pesach 1st day of the Omer
Friday night, April 10 Nisan 17 Shabbat Chol Hamoed 2nd day of the Omer
Saturday night, April 11 Nisan 18 Chol Hamoed Pesach 3rd day of the Omer
Sunday night, April 12 Nisan 19 Chol Hamoed Pesach 4th day of the Omer
Monday night, April 13 Nisan 20 Chol Hamoed Pesach 5th day of the Omer
Tuesday night, April 14 Nisan 21 Passover 7 6th day of the Omer
Wednesday night, April 15 Nisan 22 Isru Chag Pesach 7th day of the Omer (1 week)
Thursday night, April 16 Nisan 23   8th day of the Omer (1 week and 1 day)
Friday night, April 17 Nisan 24 Shabbat 9th day of the Omer (1 week and 2 days)
Saturday night, April 18 Nisan 25   10th day of the Omer (1 week and 3 days)
Sunday night, April 19 Nisan 26   11th day of the Omer (1 week and 4 days)
Monday night, April 20 Nisan 27 Yom HaShoah 12th day of the Omer (1 week and 5 days)
Tuesday night, April 21 Nisan 28   13th day of the Omer (1 week and 6 days)
Wednesday night, April 22 Nisan 29   14th day of the Omer (2 weeks)
Thursday night, April 23 Nisan 30 Rosh Chodesh 1 for Iyar 15th day of the Omer (2 weeks and 1 day)
Friday night, April 24 Iyar 1 Shabbat 16th day of the Omer (2 weeks and 2 days)
Saturday night, April 25 Iyar 2   17th day of the Omer (2 weeks and 3 days)
Sunday night, April 26 Iyar 3   18th day of the Omer (2 weeks and 4 days)
Monday night, April 27 Iyar 4 Yom HaZikaron 19th day of the Omer (2 weeks and 5 days)
Tuesday night, April 28 Iyar 5 Yom HaAtzmaut 20th day of the Omer (2 weeks and 6 days)
Wednesday night, April 29 Iyar 6   21st day of the Omer (3 weeks)
Thursday night, April 30 Iyar 7   22nd day of the Omer (3 weeks and 1 day)
Friday night, May 1 Iyar 8 Shabbat 23rd day of the Omer (3 weeks and 2 days)
Saturday night, May 2 Iyar 9   24th day of the Omer (3 weeks and 3 days)
Sunday night, May 3 Iyar 10 Birthday of Theodor Herzl 25th day of the Omer (3 weeks and 4 days)
Monday night, May 4 Iyar 11   26th day of the Omer (3 weeks and 5 days)
Tuesday night, May 5 Iyar 12   27th day of the Omer (3 weeks and 6 days)
Wednesday night, May 6 Iyar 13   28th day of the Omer (4 weeks)
Thursday night, May 7 Iyar 14 Pesach Sheini (2nd Passover) 29th day of the Omer (4 weeks and 1 day)
Friday night, May 8 Iyar 15 Shabbat 30th day of the Omer (4 weeks and 2 days)
Saturday night, May 9 Iyar 16   31st day of the Omer (4 weeks and 3 days)
Sunday night, May 10 Iyar 17   32nd day of the Omer (4 weeks and 4 days)
Monday night, May 11 Iyar 18 Lag B’Omer 33rd day of the Omer (4 weeks and 5 days)
Tuesday night, May 12 Iyar 19   34th day of the Omer (4 weeks and 6 days)
Wednesday night, May 13 Iyar 20   35th day of the Omer (5 weeks)
Thursday night, May 14 Iyar 21   36th day of the Omer (5 weeks and 1 day)
Friday night, May 15 Iyar 22 Shabbat 37th day of the Omer (5 weeks and 2 days)
Saturday night, May 16 Iyar 23   38th day of the Omer (5 weeks and 3 days)
Sunday night, May 17 Iyar 24   39th day of the Omer (5 weeks and 4 days)
Monday night, May 18 Iyar 25   40th day of the Omer (5 weeks and 5 days)
Tuesday night, May 19 Iyar 26   41st day of the Omer (5 weeks and 6 days)
Wednesday night, May 20 Iyar 27   42nd day of the Omer (6 weeks)
Thursday night, May 21 Iyar 28 Yom Yerushalayim 43rd day of the Omer (6 weeks and 1 day)
Friday night, May 22 Iyar 29 Shabbat Machar Chodesh 44th day of the Omer (6 weeks and 2 days)
Saturday night, May 23 Sivan 1 Rosh Chodesh 45th day of the Omer (6 weeks and 3 days)
Sunday night, May 24 Sivan 2   46th day of the Omer (6 weeks and 4 days)
Monday night, May 25 Sivan 3   47th day of the Omer (6 weeks and 5 days)
Tuesday night, May 26 Sivan 4   48th day of the Omer (6 weeks and 6 days)
Wednesday night, May 27 Sivan 5   49th day of the Omer (7 weeks)
Thursday night, May 28 Sivan 6 Shavuot  

 


Romans 11 Names of God Bible (NOG)

God’s Continuing Love for Jewish People

11 So I ask, “Has God rejected his people Israel?” That’s unthinkable! Consider this. I’m an Israelite myself, a descendant of Abraham from the tribe of Benjamin. God has not rejected his people whom he knew long ago. Don’t you know what Elijah says in the Scripture passage when he complains to God about Israel? He says, “Lord, they’ve killed your prophets and torn down your altars. I’m the only one left, and they’re trying to take my life.” But what was God’s reply? God said, “I’ve kept 7,000 people for myself who have not knelt to worship Baal.” So, as there were then, there are now a few left that God has chosen by his kindness.[a] If they were chosen by God’s kindness, they weren’t chosen because of anything they did. Otherwise, God’s kindness wouldn’t be kindness.

So what does all this mean? It means that Israel has never achieved what it has been striving for. However, those whom God has chosen have achieved it. The minds of the rest of Israel were closed, as Scripture says,

“To this day God has given them a spirit of deep sleep.
    Their eyes don’t see,
        and their ears don’t hear!”

And David says,

“Let the table set for them become a trap and a net,
    a snare and a punishment for them.
10 Let their vision become clouded so that they cannot see.
    Let them carry back-breaking burdens forever.”

11 So I ask, “Has Israel stumbled so badly that it can’t get up again?” That’s unthinkable! By Israel’s failure, salvation has come to people who are not Jewish to make the Jewish people jealous. 12 The fall of the Jewish people made the world spiritually rich. Their failure made people who are not Jewish spiritually rich. So the inclusion of Jewish people will make the world even richer.

13 Now, I speak to you who are not Jewish. As long as I am an apostle sent to people who are not Jewish, I bring honor to my ministry. 14 Perhaps I can make my people jealous and save some of them. 15 If Israel’s rejection means that the world has been brought back to God, what does Israel’s acceptance mean? It means that Israel has come back to life.

16 If the first handful of dough is holy, the whole batch of dough is holy. If the root is holy, the branches are holy. 17 But some of the olive branches have been broken off, and you, a wild olive branch, have been grafted in their place. You get your nourishment from the roots of the olive tree. 18 So don’t brag about being better than the other branches. If you brag, remember that you don’t support the root, the root supports you. 19 “Well,” you say, “Branches were cut off so that I could be grafted onto the tree.” 20 That’s right! They were broken off because they didn’t believe, but you remain on the tree because you do believe. Don’t feel arrogant, but be afraid. 21 If God didn’t spare the natural branches, he won’t spare you, either. 22 Look at how kind and how severe God can be. He is severe to those who fell, but kind to you if you continue to hold on to his kindness. Otherwise, you, too, will be cut off from the tree.

23 If Jewish people do not continue in their unbelief, they will be grafted onto the tree again, because God is able to do that. 24 In spite of the fact that you have been cut from a wild olive tree, you have been grafted onto a cultivated one. So wouldn’t it be easier for these natural branches to be grafted onto the olive tree they belong to?

25 Brothers and sisters, I want you to understand this mystery so that you won’t become arrogant. The minds of some Israelites have become closed until all of God’s non-Jewish people are included. 26 In this way Israel as a whole will be saved, as Scripture says,

“The Savior will come from Zion.
    He will remove godlessness from Jacob.
27 My promise[b] to them will be fulfilled
    when I take away their sins.”

28 The Good News made the Jewish people enemies because of you. But by God’s choice they are loved because of their ancestors. 29 God never changes his mind when he gives gifts or when he calls someone. 30 In the past, you disobeyed God. But now God has been merciful to you because of the disobedience of the Jewish people. 31 In the same way, the Jewish people have also disobeyed so that God may be merciful to them as he was to you. 32 God has placed all people into the prison of their own disobedience so that he could be merciful to all people.

33 God’s riches, wisdom, and knowledge are so deep
    that it is impossible to explain his decisions
        or to understand his ways.
34 “Who knows how the Lord thinks?
    Who can become his adviser?”
35 Who gave the Lord something
    which the Lord must pay back?
36 Everything is from him and by him and for him.
    Glory belongs to him forever! Amen!

 

 

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