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50 Days of Mitzvot

Daily Learning & Studying the 613 Commandments of the Torah from Passover to the Festival of Weeks

"And from the morrow after the Sabbath, from the day that you brought the sheaf of the wave offering, you shall count for yourselves: seven completed Sabbaths. Until the morrow after the seventh Sabbath you count fifty days, then you shall bring a new grain offering to יהוה." (Wayy/Lev. 23:15-16)

"Count seven weeks for yourself. Begin to count seven weeks from the time you begin to put the sickle to the grain." (Deb/Deut. 16:9)

From Pesach to Shavuot (Passover to the Festival of Weeks), we count 50 days. This is the time of Counting the Omer.

These 50 days from Pesach to Shavuot correspond to the time Yisrael spent in the wilderness traveling to Mt. Sinai, from the time they were set free from slavery in Mitsrayim (Egypt) to the giving of the Torah at Sinai. For these 50 days, YAHUAH prepared His people to receive His Torah.

As we observe the time of counting the omer, we too prepare ourselves for receiving the Torah. In 2021, Elohim revealed to us that we should prepare ourselves by daily reading and studying His mitzvot (commandments).

There are 613 mitzvot in the Torah, so each day until Shavuot we will read and study 12 to 13 commandments. This will prepare us for Shavuot when we receive the Torah anew.

Below the 613 mitzvot are divided up into daily portions. Each day, simply read the list of mitzvot. For added benefit, look up and study the referenced verse.

The verse format is (book : chapter : verse). For example, 3:19:9 is Bemidbar/Numbers chapter 19, verse 9; Bemidbar being the third book of the Torah (Bem/Num. 19:9).

You can download and print the file below or just keep this page marked on your browser. The calendar will help you keep track of the days.

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Daily Learning & Studying the 613 Commandments of the Torah

from Passover to the Festival of Weeks

Day 1

         1.         Procreation-“Be fruitful and multiply” (1:1:28)

         2.         Circumcision (1:17:10)

         3.         Not to eat the thigh muscle (1:32:33)

         4.         To sanctify the new month (2:12:2)

         5.         To slay the Paschal Lamb (2:12:6)

         6.         To eat the Paschal Lamb on the night of Passover (2:12:8)

         7.         Not to eat the Paschal Lamb under-roasted or boiled (2:12:9)

         8.         Not to leave over any of the flesh of the Paschal Lamb to the next day (2:12:10)

         9.         To remove the leavened bread from our dwellings on the 14th day of Nissan (2:12:15)

       10.       To eat the unleavened bread (Matzah) on the 15th day of Nissan (Passover night) (2:12:18)

       11.       Not to have leavened bread in our possession during Passover (2:12:19)

       12.       Not to eat anything which has leaven in it during Passover (2:12:20)

       13.       Not to let an Apostate eat of the Passover offering (2:12:43)

Day 2

       13.       Not to let an Apostate eat of the Passover offering (2:12:43)

       14.       Not to let a foreign resident or hired servant eat of the Passover offering (2:12:45)

       15.       Not to take any of the flesh of the Passover offering outside of the home (2:12:46)

       16.       Not to break any bone of the Passover offering (2:12:46)

       17.       Not to let any uncircumcised male eat of the Passover offering (2:12:48)

       18.       To sanctify the firstborn both man and beast in the land of Israel (2:13:2)

       19.       Not to eat leavened bread on Passover (2:13:3)

       20.       Not to let any leaven within our borders during Passover (2:13:7)

       21.       To recount the Exodus from Egypt on the first night of Passover (2:13:8)

       22.       To redeem a firstborn donkey (2:13:13)

       23.       To break the neck of an unredeemed first born donkey (2:13:13)

       24.       Not to go beyond the permitted boundaries on the Sabbath (2:16:29)

       25.       To believe in Elohim (2:20:2)

Day 3

       25.       To believe in Elohim (2:20:2)

       26.       To believe in no divinity other than the Eternal Elohim (2:20:3)

       27.       Not to make a graven image (2:20:4)

       28.       Not to prostrate oneself in idol-worship (2:20:5)

       29.       Not to worship an idol in the way that it is worshipped (2:20:5)

       30.       Not to take the name of the Elohim (swear) in vain (2:20:7)

       31.       To remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy (2:20:8)

       32.       Not to do any work on the Sabbath (2:20:10)

       33.       To honor one’s father and mother (2:20:12)

       34.       Not to kill (2:20:13)

       35.       Not to commit adultery (2:20:14)

       36.       Not to steal (not to kidnap a Jewish person) (2:20:13), (5:24:7), (2:21:16)

       37.       Not to bear false witness (2:20:13)

Day 4

       37.       Not to bear false witness (2:20:13)

       38.       Not to covet another’s possessions (2:20:14)

       39.       Not to make a human form even for decorative purposes (2:20:20)

       40.       Not to build an altar of hewn stones (2:20:23)

       41.       Not to go up by steps to the altar (2:20:23)

       42.       To abide by the laws of the Hebrew servant (2:21:2)

       43.       To designate the Hebrew maidservant for betrothal (2:21:8)

       44.       To redeem a Hebrew maidservant (2:21:8)

       45.       The one who buys a Hebrew maidservant may not sell her (2:21:8)

       46.       Not to withhold the rights due to one’s wife (2:21:9)

       47.       To put to death by strangulation, a man who commits an act for which strangulation is the prescribed penalty (2:21:12)

       48.       Not to strike one’s father or mother (2:21:15)

       49.       To execute the laws of fines (2:21:18), (3:24:19)

Day 5

       49.       To execute the laws of fines (2:21:18), (3:24:19)

       50.       To put to death by decapitation a man who commits an act for which decapitation is the prescribed penalty (2:21:20)

       51.       To judge damages by domestic animals (2:21:28)

       52.       Not to eat the flesh of any animal which is sentenced to death by stoning (2:21:28)

       53.       To judge damages by a pit (2:21:33)

       54.       To impose proper payment by a thief (2:21:37)

       55.       To judge damages caused by domestic animals grazing or trampling (2:22:4)

       56.       To judge damage by fire (2:22:5)

       57.       To judge cases involving an unpaid watchman (2:22:6)

       58.       To judge the case of a plaintiff and a defendant (2:22:8)

       59.       To judge cases involving one who borrows an object for use (2:22:13)

       60.       To judge cases involving a paid watchman or one who leases (2:22:9)

       61.       To judge the case of a seducer (2:22:15)

Day 6

       61.       To judge the case of a seducer (2:22:15)

       62.       Not to let a witch live (2:22:17)

       63.       Not to offend the stranger (2:22:20)

       64.       Not to oppress the stranger in matters of monetary value (2:22:20)

       65.       Not to afflict the orphan and the widow (2:22:21)

       66.       To lend money to the poor (2:22:24)

       67.       Not to be demanding of a poor man unable to pay his debt (2:22:24)

       68.       Not to have any business with a loan made at interest (2:22:24)

       69.       Not to curse a judge (2:22:27)

       70.       Not to curse Elohim (blasphemy) (2:22:27), (3:24:16)

       71.       Not to curse a ruler of your people (2:22:27)

       72.       Not to separate from produce in improper order (2:22:28)

       73.       Not to eat the flesh of an animal torn by beasts (2:22:30)

Day 7

       73.       Not to eat the flesh of an animal torn by beasts (2:22:30)

       74.       Not to hear a litigant in court when his opponent is absent (2:23:1)

       75.       A sinner should not give testimony (2:23:1)

       76.       Not to follow a majority of one in a capital case (2:23:2)

       77.       One judge should not blindly follow the view of a greater judge or of the majority (2:23:2)

       78.       To follow the majority in legal decisions (2:23:2)

       79.       Not to take pity on a poor man in judgment (2:23:3)

       80.       To help unload another person’s burden (2:23:5)

       81.       Not to pervert justice for a sinner (2:23:6)

       82.       Not to decide a capital case on probability (2:23:7)

       83.       A judge is not to take a bribe (2:23:8), (5:27:25)

       84.       To leave ownerless all that the land will grow in the seventh year (shmittah) (2:23:11)

       85.       To rest on the Sabbath day (2:23:12)

Day 8

       85.       To rest on the Sabbath day (2:23:12)

       86.       Not to swear by an idol (2:23:13)

       87.       Not to lead Israelites astray into idolatry (2:23:13)

       88.       To celebrate the pilgrimage festivals (2:23:14)

       89.       Not to slay the Paschal lamb while there is leaven in our possession (2:23:18)

       90.       Not to let the fat of the Paschal sacrifice remain overnight (2::18)

       91.       To bring the first-fruits to the Holy Temple (2:23:19)

       92.       Not to cook meat in milk (2:23:19)

       93.       Not to make a treaty with the seven nations to be extirpated, or with any idol-worshipper

       94.       Not to have idol-worshippers settle in our land (2:23:33)

       95.       To build the Holy Temple (2:25:8)

       96.       Not to remove the poles of the ark from it (2:25:15)

       97.       To arrange the show-bread on the table (2:25:30)