|Leviticus 23:2, 4, Feasts of the LORD, include
Sabbaths and Holy Days. 37, 44
Numbers 9:2, 3, 7, 13 Keep the Passover at its appointed
Numbers 10:10 Blow trumpets over offerings in days of
gladness, solemn days, and beginning of months.
Numbers 15:3 Make a sacrificial offering in your solemn
Numbers 28:2 Sacrifices in due seasons, including
Sabbath, New Moons, Holy Days.
Numbers 29:39 Make offerings in your set feasts.
Deuteronomy 16:6 Passover season is when Israel came
out of Egypt.
Deuteronomy 31:10 Year of Release is a solemnity.
I Chronicles 23:31 Sabbaths, New Moons, set feasts.
II Chronicles 2:4 Sabbaths, New Moons, solemn feasts.
See also 31:3.
II Chronicles 8:13 On the sabbaths, new moons, solemn
II Chronicles 30:22 Hezekiah and people ate throughout the
feast [of Unleavened Bread] seven days.
Ezra 3:5 Offerings of the New Moons and all the set feasts
of the Lord.
Nehemiah 10:33 Sabbaths, New Moons, set feasts.
Psalms 102:13 The set time is come to favor Zion.
Psalms 104:19 He appointed the moon for seasons, and
the sun . . . .
Isaiah 1:14 Your New Moons and your appointed feasts I
Isaiah 33:20 Zion is the city of our solemnities.
Jeremiah 8:7 Storks know their appointed times (to
migrate), but God's people don't know His judgment.
Lamentations 1:4 None come to the solemn feasts.
Lam. 2:6-7, 22 LORD has caused the solemn feasts to be
Ezekiel 36:38 Flock of Jerusalem in her solemn feasts.
Ezekiel 44:24 God's laws will be taught at His assemblies.
Ezekiel 45:17 Feasts, New Moons, Sabbaths are solemnities
Ezekiel 46:9,11 Solemn feasts, solemnities.
Daniel 8:19 Day of the LORD is an appointed
Daniel 11:27, 29, 35 Same as above.
Daniel 12:7 A time and times (moed and
Hosea 2:11 He will cause the mirth of her solemn feasts
Hosea 9:5 What will you do in the solemn day (when you
are in captivity)?
Hosea 12:9 God will make Israel live in tabernacles, as in
the days of the solemn feast.
Habakkuk 2:3 The vision is for an appointed time.
Zephaniah 3:18 God will gather them that are sorrowful for
the solemn assembly, (those that sorrow for the wrong way
the feasts are kept).
Zechariah 8:19 Fast days shall become feasts.
Chag, Feast Chag
(pronounced khawg) "feast,"
Strong's #2282, means "feast, festival, solemn feast day,
sacrifice, solemnity," and comes from #2287, chagag "to
keep a feast, to move in a circle, march in a sacred procession,
observe a festival, celebrate, dance, keep a solemn feast."
Exodus 5:1 Let My people go, that they may hold a feast
in the wilderness.
Exodus 10:9 Moses told Pharaoh: we must hold a feast
unto the Lord.
Exodus 12:14 This day (Passover) shall be a memorial; you
shall keep it as a feast to the Lord throughout your
Exodus 13:6 In the seventh day (Nisan 21) shall be a feast
to the Lord.
Exodus 23:14-16 Three times in the year shall you keep a
feast unto God: the Feast of Unleavened Bread, the
Feast of Harvest (Pentecost), and the Feast of
Exodus 32:5 Aaron proclaimed: tomorrow is a feast unto
the Lord, (yet this was the false worship of the golden calf).
Exodus 34:18 The Feast of Unleavened Bread shall you
keep, seven days you shall eat unleavened bread.
Exodus 34:22 Observe the Feast of Weeks (Pentecost),
of the firstfruits of wheat harvest.
Exodus 34:22 The Feast of Ingathering (Tabernacles) at
Exodus 34:25 The sacrifice of the Feast of Passover
shall not be left unto the morning.
Leviticus 23:6 On the fifteenth day of the first month is the
Feast of Unleavened Bread, for seven days you must eat
Leviticus 23:34, 39, Fifteenth day of the seventh month is
the Feast of Tabernacles
41 for seven days unto the Lord.
Numbers 28:17 Feast of Unleavened Bread for seven
Numbers 29:12 Feast of Tabernacles for seven days.
Deuteronomy 16:10 Keep the Feast of Weeks (Pentecost)
with a freewill offering, according as the Lord has blessed you.
Deut. 16:13-14 Observe the Feast of Tabernacles, after
you have gathered in your corn and wine. Rejoice in your
feast with your family and servants, the Levite and the
Deuteronomy 16:16 Appear before the Lord in the place He
chooses three times a year: in the Feast of Unleavened
Bread, Feast of Weeks (Pentecost), and Feast of
Deuteronomy 31:10 At the Feast of Tabernacles, read
God's Law in seventh year.
Judges 21:19 There was a yearly feast of the Lord in
Shiloh (probably Tabernacles).
I Kings 8:2, 65 Israel assembled unto Solomon in the feast
of the seventh month (Tabernacles). They stayed fourteen days in
I Kings 12:32-33 Jeroboam ordained a (false) feast on
the fifteenth day of the eighth month, like the feast (of
Tabernacles) in Judah.
II Chronicles 5:3 Solomon's Feast of Tabernacles.
II Chronicles 7:8-9 Solomon's Feast of Tabernacles at
the Temple dedication.
II Chronicles 8:13 Feasts of Unleavened Bread, Weeks,
II Chronicles 30:13, Hezekiah's Feast of Unleavened
Bread in the second
21, 35:17 month; Josiah's Feast of Unleavened Bread.
Ezra 3:4 They kept the Feast of Tabernacles, as it is
Ezra 6:22 They kept the Feast of Unleavened Bread
seven days with joy.
Nehemiah 8:14, 18 Dwell in booths in the Feast of the
seventh month; they kept the Feast(of Tabernacles) seven
Psalms 42:4 I had gone with the multitude to the house of
God, with joy and praise with a multitude that kept holy day.
Psalms 81:3 Blow the trumpet on the new moon, in the time
appointed, on our solemn feast day. (Literal translation:
Blow in the new moon the trumpet, at the full moon on day our
Isaiah 30:29 Ye shall have a song, as in the night when a
holy solemnity is kept.
Ezekiel 45:17 In the Feasts, the New Moons, and the
Ezekiel 45:21, 23 The passover, a feast of seven days,
unleavened bread shall be eaten. . . . seven days of the
Ezekiel 45:25 (Feast of Tabernacles) a seven day feast.
Ezekiel 46:11 And in the feasts the offering shall be
. . . .
Hosea 2:11 I will cause all her mirth to cease, her feast
days, her new moons, and her sabbaths, and all her solemn
Hosea 9:5 (In captivity), what will you do in the solemn day,
and in the day of the feast of the Lord?
Amos 5:21 I hate, I despise, your feast days.
Amos 8:10 I will turn your feasts into mourning.
Nahum 1:15 O Judah, keep thy solemn feasts.
Zechariah 14:16-19 All nations shall worship in Jerusalem,
keeping the Feast of Tabernacles. Those that come not to
keep the Feast of Tabernacles shall have no rain.
Malachi 2:3 The dung of your solemn feasts, one shall
take you away (to captivity).
Chagag hag, meaning, "to feast a feast," is often
translated "you shall keep a feast," and is used in: Exodus
12:14 (Passover), Exodus 23:14 (Three Pilgrimage Feasts),
Leviticus 23:39, 41 (Tabernacles), Numbers 29:12 (Tabernacles),
Nahum 1:15, Zechariah 14:16-19 (Tabernacles).
The purpose of the Exodus was to keep a Feast unto the
Eternal, the Feast of Unleavened Bread. There are three
Feasts during the year: Feast of Unleavened Bread, Feast of
Weeks (Harvest), and Feast of Tabernacles. There is no recorded
usage of hag or hagag referring to the Day of
Trumpets or the Day of Atonement. Trumpets and Atonement are
Holy Days, but not Feasts.
Paam, Footstep, Time;
Rehgel, Pilgrimage Time Paam,
"time," Strong's #6471, means "a stroke, footstep, time."
Exodus 23:17 Three times in the year.
Exodus 34:23-24 Thrice (lit. three times) in the year.
Deuteronomy 16:16 Three times in the year.
Rehgel, "pilgrimage time," Strong's #7272, means "a
foot (as used in walking), a step, journey, time," and is
derived from #7270 ragal, "to walk along." Scores of
times rehgel is translated "foot" or "feet."
Exodus 23:14 Three times a year keep a Feast:
Unleavened Bread, Harvest (Weeks), Ingathering (Tabernacles).
Atsereth, Solemn Assembly, Day
of Restraint Atsereth, "solemn assembly,"
Strong's #6116, means "a solemn festival assembly meeting, day
of restraint," and comes from #6113 atsar, "to hold
Leviticus 23:36 Last Great Day is a solemn assembly,
(margin: day of restraint).
Numbers 29:35 Last Great Day, a solemn assembly.
Deuteronomy 16:8 Nisan 21, last Holy Day of Feast of
Unleavened Bread, is a solemn assembly.
II Kings 10:20 Solemn assembly for Baal.
II Chronicles 7:9 Last Great Day, a solemn assembly.
Nehemiah 8:18 Last Great Day, a solemn assembly.
Isaiah 1:13 Solemn meeting of Israel was an iniquity
Joel 1:14, 2:15 Proclaim a solemn assembly with a
Amos 5:21 I will not smell in your solemn assemblies.
Zikarown, Memorial, Remembrance
Strong's #2146, means "memorial, record, remembrance," and comes
from #2142 zakar, "remember."
Exodus 12:14 Passover is a memorial.
Exodus 13:9 Passover is a memorial between your eyes,
that the LORD'S law may be in your mouth.
Exodus 17:14 A memorial in a book is written of a
great battle victory over the Amalekites.
Leviticus 23:24 Day of Trumpets is a memorial of
blowing of trumpets.
Numbers 10:10 Trumpets blown over offerings, were a
memorial before God.
Joshua 4:7 Twelve stones carried from the middle of Jordan
were a memorial unto the children of Israel forever, that
the Eternal parted the waters of the Jordan.
Esther 6:1 King Ahasuerus read in the book of records
about Mordecai's saving his life.
Ecclesiastes 1:11 Human beings don't remember the past like
they should: there is no remembrance of former things.
Ecclesiastes 2:16 The wise is not remembered any more
than the fool.
Malachi 3:16 They that feared the Lord spake often one to
another, and the Lord heard it, and a book of remembrance
was written before Him for them that feared the Lord and thought
upon His name.
Aciph, "ingathering," Strong's #614, means "a
gathering in of crops, ingathering," and is derived from #622
acaph, "to gather, bring."
Exodus 23:16 The Feast of Ingathering, (Tabernacles)
at the end of the year, when you have gathered in thy labors out
of the field.
Exodus 34:22 The Feast of Ingathering at the year's
Qatsiyr or katzer, Strong's #7105, means
"harvest, reaping," and comes from #7114, qatsar, "to
Exodus 23:16 Another name for Feast of Weeks is "Feast of
Exodus 34:22 Weeks (Pentecost) is the "firstfruits of wheat
Leviticus 23:10 When you reap the harvest, bring the
Leviticus 23:22 When you reap the harvest, leave the
corners of the field and the gleanings for the poor.
Leviticus 25:5 During the Sabbatical year, that which grows
of its own accord of thy harvest thou shalt not reap.
Deuteronomy 24:19 When you cut your harvest and have
forgotten a sheaf in the field, do not fetch it; leave it for
Jeremiah 5:24 God reserves unto us the appointed weeks of the
Jeremiah 8:20, 22 The harvest is past, the summer is
ended, and we are not saved. Is there no balm in Gilead to heal
the sins of my people?
Jeremiah 51:33 Yet a little while, and the time of Babylon's
harvest of punishment shall come.
Joel 3:13 Put in the sickle, for the harvest is ripe .
. . their wickedness is great.
Qatsiyr shows us that Feast of Weeks is a harvest
festival. We should have concern for the poor. The spiritual
harvest in the future will be God's judgment on the wicked.
Miqra Qodesh, Holy Convocation
Miqra qodesh (or, mikra kodesh), means
"holy convocation, sacred called out meeting." It comes from
Strong's #4744 miqra, "a called out public meeting (the
act, the persons, or the place), a rehearsal, assembly,
convocation, reading," derived from mi, "from, out of,"
and #7121 qara, meaning "called"; and Strong's #6944
qodesh, "a sacred place or thing, consecrated, dedicated,
hallowed, holiness, sanctuary." No work is allowed on holy
Exodus 12:16 Nisan 15, 21, the first and last days of the
Feast of Unleavened Bread are holy convocations.
Leviticus 23:2, 4, 37 Holy Days are holy convocations.
Leviticus 23:3 The seventh day is the Sabbath, a holy
convocation with no work therein.
Leviticus 23:7 Nisan 15, first day of Feast of Unleavened
Bread, is an holy convocation.
Leviticus 23:8 Nisan 21, the seventh day of the Feast, is an
Leviticus 23:21 Feast of Weeks (Pentecost) is an holy
Leviticus 23:24 Trumpets is a sabbath, an holy convocation.
Leviticus 23:27 Day of Atonement is an holy convocation.
Leviticus 23:35 Tishri 15 (first Holy Day of Feast of
Tabernacles) is an holy convocation.
Leviticus 23:36 Last Great Day, the eighth day of Feast, is
an holy convocation.
Numbers 28:18 Nisan 15 is an holy convocation, no
Numbers 28:25 Nisan 21 is an holy convocation, no
Numbers 28:26 Day of Firstfruits (Pentecost) is an holy
convocation with no servile work.
Numbers 29:1 Trumpets is an holy convocation, no
Numbers 29:7 Atonement is an holy convocation with no
Numbers 29:12 Tishri 15 is an holy convocation with no
Numbers 10:2 Silver trumpets were used for the calling of
Nehemiah 8:8 At Trumpets, they read in the book of the Law
and gave the sense, and caused them to understand the reading.
Isaiah 1:13 The New Moons and Sabbaths, the calling of
assemblies, I cannot away with; it is iniquity, even the
Melakah Abodah, Servile Work
Melakah abodah means "work of service, servile work." It
comes from Strong's #4399 melakah, "employment, (one who
represents another in) a business or occupation, work," which is
related to #4397 malak, "angel or messenger," meaning the
line of work you have been sent to do, your occupation, your
life's calling; and #5656 abodah, "bondage, service,
labor, work of any kind," akin to #5647 abad, servant.
The literal Hebrew in several passages forbidding servile work
on Sabbaths is: "all work of service, no!"
Leviticus 23:7 Nisan 15: no servile work.
Leviticus 23:8 Nisan 21: no servile work.
Leviticus 23:21 Feast of Weeks: no servile work.
Leviticus 23:25 Trumpets: no servile work.
Leviticus 23:35 Tishri 15: no servile work.
Leviticus 23:36 Last Great Day: no servile work.
Numbers 28:18 Nisan 15: no servile work.
Numbers 28:25 Nisan 21: no servile work.
Numbers 28:26 Day of Firstfruits (Pentecost): no servile
Numbers 29:1 Trumpets: no servile work.
Numbers 29:12 Tishri 15: no servile work.
Numbers 29:35 Last Great Day: no servile work.
abodah, "work, bondage":
Genesis 29:27 Jacob served Laban for Rachel.
Genesis 30:26 Same as above.
Exodus 1:14, 2:23, Israel was put in hard bondage by
Exodus 12:25-26, God delivered Israel out of Egypt and had
them keep the
13:5 service of the Passover Feast.
Exodus 30:16, 35:21, Levites performed God's service
in the tabernacle.
39:32, 40, 42
melakah, "occupation, line of work":
Genesis 2:2-3 God rested on the Sabbath from His work
Exodus 12:16 No manner of work permitted on the first
and last days of Feast of Unleavened Bread, except that which
pertains to necessary eating.
Exodus 20:9, 10 We are not to do our own work on the
Exodus 31:15, 35:2 Death penalty for working on the
Exodus 31:3, 5 and Melakah refers to workmanship, or
I Kings 7:14
Exodus 36:1-8 Levites performed work in the
Leviticus 16:29, On Atonement, no work at all is
23:28, 30, 31
Leviticus 23:3 Six days shall work be done.
Deut. 5:13-14 Six days shall ye labor and do all your work.
Deuteronomy 16:8 Nisan 21: no work.
Proverbs 18:9, 22:29 He that is slothful in his work
is a waster. A man diligent in his business shall stand
Hodesh, New Moon, Month
Hodesh, Strong's #2320, means "month, new moon."
Exodus 12:2 Abib is the first month of the year.
Numbers 10:10 Trumpets blown at beginning of months.
Numbers 28:11 Special sacrifices at beginning of months.
I Samuel 20:5, 18, 24 The New Moon festival.
II Kings 4:23 New Moon, Sabbath.
I Chronicles 23:31 Sabbaths, New Moons, Set Feasts.
II Chronicles 2:4 Sabbaths, New Moons, Solemn Feasts.
II Chronicles 8:13 Same as above.
II Chronicles 31:3 Same as above.
Ezra 3:5 Offerings for the New Moons and set feasts.
Nehemiah 10:33 Sabbaths, New Moons, Set Feasts.
Psalms 81:3 Blow the trumpet in the New Moon.
Isaiah 1:13, 14 God hates "your new moons and your
Isaiah 66:23 In the millennium, all flesh shall worship from
one New Moon to another, from one Sabbath to another.
Ezekiel 45:17 Feasts, New Moons, Sabbaths.
Ezekiel 46:1, 3, 6 The day of the New Moon is a time
Hosea 2:11 I will cause the mirth of her New Moons,
Sabbaths, Feast Days to cease.
Amos 8:5 When will the New Moon be gone, that we may
Teruwah, Alarm or Sound of Joy
Teruwah, Strong's number 8643, means "clamor, acclamation
of joy or a battle-cry, especially the alarm of trumpets,
blowing, loud noise, rejoicing, shouting." It comes from #7321,
ruwah, "to split the ears with sound, shout for alarm or
Leviticus 23:24 Memorial of blowing of trumpets (zikrown
Leviticus 25:9 Trumpet of the jubilee.
Numbers 10:5, 6 Israel blew an alarm to assemble and
Numbers 29:1 Day of blowing trumpets (yom teruwah).
Numbers 31:6 Trumpets to blow led Israel in war.
Joshua 6:5, 20 Israel gave a great shout, Jericho's
walls fell flat.
I Samuel 4:5-6 Israel shouted when the ark came into
II Samuel 6:15 David and Israel regained the ark with a
great shout and trumpets (see also I Chronicles 15:28).
II Chronicles 15:14 With shouting and trumpets, Israel
and Asa entered into a covenant with God.
Ezra 3:11-13 Israel shouted for joy when Temple
foundations were laid.
Psalm 33:3 Sing a new song; play skillfully with a loud
Psalm 47:5 God is gone up with a shout, with the sound
of the trumpet.
Psalm 89:15 Blessed is the people that know the joyful
Jeremiah 4:19 The trumpet, the alarm of war.
Jeremiah 49:2 I will cause an alarm of war to be
Zephaniah 1:16 The Day of the LORD is a day of the trumpet
Shofar, Strong's #7782, means "a cornet (as giving a
clear sound), or curved horn, trumpet," and comes from #8231,
shaphar, "to glisten, to cause to make fair, goodly."
Exodus 19:16, 19 At Sinai, LORD's voice sounded like a
trumpet exceedingly loud.
Leviticus 25:9 The trumpet of jubilee.
Joshua 6:4-20 The trumpets were blown around Jericho.
Judges 6:34 Gideon blew a trumpet, and rallied Israel.
See also 7:8-22.
I Samuel 13:3 Saul blew the trumpet to call Israel to
battle the Philistines.
II Samuel 6:15 David and Israel brought up the ark with
shouting and the sound of the trumpet.
I Kings 1:34, 39, 41 When Solomon was anointed king, the
trumpet was blown.
Nehemiah 4:18, 20 The sound of the trumpet rallied
defenders of Jerusalem.
Psalm 47:5 God goes up with a shout, with the sound of a
Psalm 81:3 Blow up the trumpet in the new moon.
Psalm 98:6 Make a joyful noise before the Lord with
Psalm 150:3 Praise Him with the sound of the trumpet.
Isaiah 18:3 When God blows a trumpet, listen.
Isaiah 27:13 Israel regathered at that day, when the great
trumpet shall be blown.
Isaiah 58:1 Lift up thy voice like a trumpet, show My
people their sins.
Jeremiah 4:5, 19, 21 Blow the trumpet, the alarm of
war. See also 6:1, 51:27.
Ezekiel 33:3-6 God's watchman is to warn the people with the
sound of the trumpet; if he doesn't blow the trumpet,
he is at fault.
Joel 2:1, 15 Blow ye the trumpet in Zion, sanctify a
fast, call a solemn assembly.
Amos 3:6 Shall the trumpet be blown, and the people
not be afraid?
Zephaniah 1:16 The Day of the Lord is a day of the trumpet
Zechariah 9:14 The Lord God shall blow the trumpet
when He returns.
Succoth, Strong's #5521, means "hut, lair, booth,
cottage, covert, den, pavilion, tent, tabernacle." It is the
feminine of soke, #5520, which means the same thing.
Genesis 33:17 Jacob made booths for his cattle.
Leviticus 23:34 Feast of Tabernacles.
Leviticus 23:42 Ye shall dwell in booths seven days,
all that are Israelites born shall dwell in booths.
Leviticus 23:43 That you generations may know that I made the
children of Israel to dwell in booths, when I brought
them out of the land of Egypt.
Deuteronomy 16:13 Feast of Tabernacles. Also 16:16,
II Samuel 11:11 Uriah said, the ark, Israel, and Judah, abide
in tents, encamped in open fields, shall I then go to my
house to eat and drink and lie with my wife?
II Chronicles 8:13 Feast of Tabernacles. Also Ezra
Nehemiah 8:14-17 Israel made booths and sat under the
Psalm 31:20 Thou shalt keep them secretly in a pavilion
from the strife of tongues (place of safety?).
Isaiah 4:6 There shall be a tabernacle for shade in
the daytime heat.
Jonah 4:5 Jonah made him a booth and sat under it.
Zech. 14:16, 18, 19 Feast of Tabernacles.
Chuqqah, Ordinance, Statute
Chuqqah, Strong's #2708, means "appointed, custom,
manner, ordinance, site, statute." It is most often translated
"ordinance," or "statute." Sometimes, chuqqah refers to
sacrifices, but more often it refers to Holy Days, and sometimes
even pagan holidays. The phrase chuqqah olam means
Genesis 26:5 Because that Abraham obeyed My voice, kept My
charge, My commandments, My statutes, and My laws.
Exodus 12:14 Passover is a feast by an ordinance
Exodus 12:17 Feast of Unleavened Bread is to be observed by
an ordinance forever.
Exodus 12:43 This is the ordinance of the Passover: no
stranger shall eat thereof.
Exodus 13:10 You shall keep this ordinance (Passover,
Feast of Unleavened Bread) in its season from year to year.
Leviticus 3:17 A perpetual statute that you eat
neither fat nor blood.
Leviticus 16:29 Atonement is a statute forever to
afflict your souls. Also verses 31, 34.
Leviticus 18:3-5 You shall not do after the ordinances
of Egypt and Canaan, but keep My statutes and
ordinances. Also verses 26, 30.
Leviticus 20:22, 23 Keep My statutes, and do not walk
in the manners of the nation I cast out before you.
Leviticus 23:14 A statute forever that you eat no new
grain until you have brought a wavesheaf offering.
Leviticus 23:21 Weeks (Pentecost) is a holy convocation with
no servile work, a statute forever throughout your
Leviticus 23:31 Do no manner of work on Atonement, a
Leviticus 23:41 Feast of Tabernacles is a feast for seven
days, a statute for ever in your generations in the
Leviticus 25:18 Do My statutes and keep My judgments
and you shall dwell in the land in safety.
Leviticus 26:3,15,43 Walk in My statutes, keep My
commandments, and you shall be blessed. If you despise My
statutes, you shall be cursed.
Numbers 9:3,12,14 Keep the Passover on the 14th with all the
rites of it, according to all the ordinances of
it, for there is one ordinance for both stranger and home
Numbers 10:8 Trumpets are to be blown to gather the
congregation, for an ordinance forever.
Numbers 15:15-16 One ordinance for you and the
Numbers 18:21-23 Levites shall receive the tithe for an
inheritance, and serve the congregation by a statute
Deuteronomy 8:11 Don't forget the LORD in not keeping His
commandments, judgments and His statutes.
Deuteronomy 10:13 His commands and statutes are for
Deuteronomy 11:1 Love the LORD thy God, keep His statutes
and commandments and judgments.
Jeremiah 10:3 The customs of the people are vain, to
cut a (Christmas) tree. See Micah 6:16, the statutes of
Ezekiel 20:11 I gave them My statutes, which if a man
do, he shall even live in them.
Ezekiel 20:13,16,21 They walked not in My statutes,
and despised statutes (v. 24).
Ezekiel 33:15 If the wicked makes restitution, and walks in
the statutes of life, he shall live and not die.
Ezekiel 37:24 David shall be restored as king, and they shall
walk in My judgments, and observe My statutes.
Ezekiel 44:23-24 Sons of Zadok shall teach My people the
difference between holy and profane, and keep My statutes.