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Nov 23, 2019

[Answer] According to the Old Testament, how often was the Year of Jubilee to be celebrated?

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...1. Every 50 years 2. Every 100 years 3. Every other year 4. Every 12 years




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Every 50 years - If you enjoy the fresh start that a good spring cleaning gives, then you have an inkling of how the year of jubilee felt to God’s people. Every fifty years, this special celebration proclaimed liberty to people who had become servants because of debt and returned properties back to their original owners. Leviticus 25 outlines the procedure. If a man became poor and sold himself to you, you were to treat him as a hired servant, not as a slave. And in the year of jubilee, he was to be released, along with any children he had, to return to their own clans. Likewise, if someone became poor and sold part of their property to you, it must be given back to them in that fiftieth year. The year of jubilee followed God’s pattern. Every seventh day, the Israelites were commanded to rest. Every seventh year was also a time of rest. The Israelites were not to sow any seeds, in order for the fields to lay fallow and recover much-needed minerals. Instead, they were to live off of whatever the ground produced “on its own.” A loud trumpet blast sounded to declare the year of jubilee and the liberty it brought.:


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