COUNTING THE OMER

Counting the Omer

Omer,הָעוֹמֶר, is a Hebrew word which means a measure of the offering of barley grain, a small portion of which was burned on the altar of the Temple in Jerusalem at the beginning of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. As the Temple does not currently exist, the offering has been suspended. However, each year, Messianic believers and Rabbinic Jews count the 49 days of the Omer from the first day of the Festival to the 50th day – Shavu’ot, also known as Pentecost. Below are the 49 days of HaOmer, the counting of the omer.

Omer Day 35: Our Response to Adonai’s Love – Diminished Self

Omer Day 34: Adonai’s Love – Modesty

Omer Day 33: Adonai’s Love – Content

Omer Day 32: Adonai’s Love – Kind

Omer Day 31: Adonai’s Love – Long suffering

Omer Day 30: Adonai’s Love – Agape (cont.)

Omer Day 29: Adonai’s Love – Agape

Omer Day 28: Adonai’s Love – Unconditional

Omer Day 27: Adonai’s Love – Chesed

Omer Day 26: Adonai’s Love

Omer Day 25: Accountability – Reading His Word

Omer Day 24: Accountability – Patience

Omer Day 23: Accountability – Personal Action

Omer Day 22: Accountability – Encouraging Others

Omer Day 21: Accountability – Relating to Others

Omer Day 20: How many Ways are There to Eternal Life?

Omer Day 19: Why are some Believers Hypocrites?

Omer Day 18: Do I Need GOD?

Omer Day 17: Suffering and Redemption

Omer Day 16: Suffering as a Tool for Sanctification

Omer Day 15: Does Suffering Build Character?

Omer Day 14: If God is Love, Why is There Suffering?

Omer Day 13: Is Suffering a Result of Sin?

Omer Day 12: Is Suffering a Test of Faith?

Omer Day 11: Why Does God Allow Suffering?

Omer Day 10: Adonai’s Love – Wisdom

Omer Day 9: Trust-in-Action

Omer Day 8: Trust

Omer Day 7: Faith – Overview

Omer Day 6: Accountability Partners

Omer Day 5: Are we Sowing?

Omer Day 4: Are you a Giver?

Omer Day 3: How are our prayer lives?

Omer Day 2: Becoming like Adonai Yeshua

Omer Day 1: Accountability Overview

By heartformessiah

Dr. Michael Wodlinger is a Messianic Jew, living in Quebec, Canada. He has been a university professor and a rabbi of a Messianic Fellowship.

Leave a comment

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: