During the period of time between the Wave Sheaf offering and the Day of Pentecost, the people of Israel were instructed by God to mark a period of seven weeks, and a day to arrive at the timing of the Feast of Pentecost. During this time period, the Omer Period, the disciples of Jesus Christ wrestled with what His death meant for their movement. They struggled to make sense of what had happened. After His resurrection, He appeared to His disciples on multiple occasions, and rebuked their hardness of heart and disbelief. What were the final lessons that He was imparted to them before His ascension? What did they still need to learn and grow in before the Day of Pentecost was fully come? What lessons can we learn from these appearances to His discples in the modern era of the Church as we approach this Feast of Pentecost?