Luke 6:1

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Luke 6:1

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The Greek phrase ∈ν σαββατο δ∈υτ∈ροπροτος, used here by Luke, is literally translated “on the second-first Sabbath,” or “on the second Sabbath of the first rank or order.” The Sabbaths of the first order or rank are annual Sabbaths, which take precedence over the weekly Sabbath. Luke is clearly recording that Jesus and the disciples were going through the grain fields on the second annual Sabbath, which was the last day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

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