Seven weeks shalt thou number unto thee: begin to number the seven weeks from such time as thou beginnest to put the sickle to the corn.
You are to celebrate the Festival of Weeks to the LORD your God with a freewill offering that you give in proportion to how the LORD your God has blessed you.
"All your males are to appear three times a year before the LORD your God in the place He chooses: at the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the Festival of Weeks, and the Festival of Booths. No one is to appear before the LORD empty-handed.
Also [observe] the Festival of Harvest with the firstfruits of your produce from what you sow in the field, and [observe] the Festival of Ingathering at the end of the year, when you gather your produce from the field.
"Observe the Festival of Weeks with the firstfruits of the wheat harvest, and the Festival of Ingathering at the turn of the [agricultural] year.
"You are to count seven complete weeks starting from the day after the Sabbath, the day you brought the sheaf of the presentation offering.
You are to count 50 days until the day after the seventh Sabbath and then present an offering of new grain to the LORD.
"On the day of firstfruits, you are to hold a sacred assembly when you present an offering of new grain to the LORD at your [Festival of] Weeks; you are not to do any daily work.
Present a burnt offering for a pleasing aroma to the LORD: two young bulls, one ram, and seven male lambs a year old,
with their grain offering of fine flour mixed with oil, six quarts with each bull, four quarts with the ram,
and two quarts with each of the seven lambs
and one male goat to make atonement for yourselves.
following the daily requirement for offerings according to the commandment of Moses for Sabbaths, New Moons, and the three annual appointed festivals: the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the Festival of Weeks, and the Festival of Booths.
When the day of Pentecost had arrived, they were all together in one place.
But I will stay in Ephesus until Pentecost,
We must therefore pay even more attention to what we have heard, so that we will not drift away.