Solemn meeting

(Isa. 1:13), the convocation on the eighth day of the Feast of Tabernacles (Lev. 23:36; Num. 29:35, R.V., “solemn assembly;” marg., “closing festival”). It is the name given also to the convocation held on the seventh day of the Passover (Deut. 16:8).


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