This coming Shabbat is a “Double Shabbat” as we have come to the marriage ceremony known traditionally as “Matan Torah” (giving of the Torah) or Biblically as Shavuot (weeks)
Shavuot / שבועות (Pentecost in the christian world) is the central Moed of the 3-moedim known as “Shalosh regalim / שלושה רגלים” (3-pilgrimage festivals) where we learn the theme about how our Elohim plans for our redemption.
Pesach .= Redemption from death to life
Shavuot = The marriage ceremony at 50-days
Sukkot . = The marriage supper of the lamb
So you have been redeemed by completing the Pesach Seder. Now the question begs if you’re attending the wedding ceremony after waiting for the 50-days of ascension to complete. Traditionally, many do not. Why…?
Yeshua’s words can easily apply here as He decides on whom will be the bride just as a man decides on whom he chooses for a bride
“Many are called (to Pesach) but few are chosen” (for Shavuot). Will you be the many or the few..?