Appointed Time in the Bible

Moed (pronounced moh-day) is a Hebrew noun, meaning appointed time 날짜계산기, meeting, or season. This noun literally means “appointment.” It is used 281 times in the Bible, and translates to “a specific time or season” in English. The word is used in the Bible to describe events or appointments, such as Passover or Unleavened Bread… Continue reading Appointed Time in the Bible