Summary of Sivan
Sivan is the third of the twelve months of the Jewish Calendar. Sivan is the month of Pentecost, (Shavuot) which is the second of the three major feasts each year. Pentecost is a three-fold feast, celebrating God’s provision. This feast commemorates the ingathering of the wheat harvest (God’s physical provision), the giving of the Torah. (God’s provision of revelation, which took place at Mount Sinai at the time of Pentecost.) and the provision of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2.
The Hebrew letter Zayin is associated with the month of Sivan. The Zayin pictures receiving mercy for completion.