LAMENTATION FOR THE DAUGHTER OF JEPHTAH
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About the Event
Lamentation for the Daughter of Jephtah is a custom held by the women of Israel yearly for four days. Lamentation for the Daughter of Jephtah is a custom held by the women of Israel yearly for four days. The scripture is not specific as the date or season but it does make clear that it was a custom and that it was observed by the space of 4 days by women in Israel. It is important to know that this day is a customary observance and a memorial kept by the women of Israel and is not a High Holy Day, Sabbath or Feast but a remembrance with lamentation for a righteous sister that was sacrificed to THE FATHER through a vow from her father Jephtah the Gileadite. We lament that this righteous sister had neither married or had children.
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