Leviticus 23:9-21

“[9] And Yewowah spoke to Moshe saying, [10] Speak to the Children of Israel and say to them, When you come into the land which I give to you, and you harvest its harvest, you shall bring a sheaf of the first of your harvest to the Cohen. [11] And he shall wave the sheaf before Yehowah so that He may be pleased with you. On the day after the shabbath the Cohen shall wave it. [12] And on the day you wave the sheaf, you shall prepare a year-old unblemished lamb as a burnt offering to Yehowah [13] and its gift offering, two-tenth parts of fine flour mixed with oil — a fire offering to Yehowah, a sweet scent — and its drink offering, a fourth of a hin of wine. [14] And you shall not eat bread, roasted grains and ripe grains until this very day, until you bring the offering of your Elohim. This is an eternal statute throughout your generations in all your dwelling places.” [15] And you shall count for yourselves, from the day after the shabbath, from the day of your bringing the sheaf to be waved, a total of seven shabbaths, [16] until the day after the seventh shabbath; you shall count fifty days, and then you shall bring a new gift offering to Yehowah. [17] From your settlements you shall bring bread as a wave offering; it shall be two loaves from two tenths [of an ephah] of fine flour; it shall be baked leavened as first fruits to Yehowah. [18] And you shall offer with the bread seven unblemished year-old lambs, one young bull and two rams. They shall be a burnt offering to Yehowah, together with their gift offering and their drink offering — a fire offering, a sweet smelling scent to Yehowah. [19] And you shall prepare one male goat as a sin offering and two year-old lambs as a peace offering. [20] And the Cohen shall wave them together with the first-fruits bread as a wave offering before Yehowah, together with the two lambs. They shall be holy to Yehowah for the Cohen. [21] And on this very day you shall proclaim that it shall be a holy convocation for you. You shall not do any unnecessary work. This is an eternal statute in all your settlements throughout your generations.”4