Sivan Basket

Sivan Basket

Annie Teng
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Acrylic on canvas

50cm by 60cm

Sivan, the third month in Jewish Hebrew Calendar, is connected to the tribe of Zebulun. It is often called the businessman’s month because this tribe had an unusual anointing to operate in the areas of business and to produce wealth.

Be awakened to a total harvest mentality; you are invited to rest in God’s unending flow of provision both naturally and spiritually.

The significance of the Sivan month includes both the the giving of the law of Moses - Torah (Exodus 19-23) and Pentecost - the outpouring of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2).

Pentecost, or Shauvuot or Festival of the Weeks, is the first day to present one's basket of first fruits, containing the first harvest of 7 Crops - dates, figs, grapes, olives, pomegranates, barley and wheat.

The sounding of the shofar signifies the Feast of Trumpets, the start of the Jewish new year.