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A message relating how Jonah told the Ninevites they would be destroyed, and yet they weren't, and how on Rosh Hashana a persons fate is written in God's book, but it can be changed before the closing of the gates on Yom Kippur.
Contributor: Maurice Mccarthy (144 sermons shared)
Scripture: Colossians 2:16-2:17
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. In scripture this day is called the "day of blowing trumpets". We call the trumpets Shofar. It is necessary to blow the Shofar to produce particular sounds. These sounds represent the desperate cry of a sinner that real
Contributor: Eric Aschendorf (17 sermons shared)
Tags: New Year's Day
The main significance of The Feast of Trumpets is that of God calling His people to gather together for spiritual awakening, repentance, judgment, and His enjoyment
Series: Levitical Feasts
Contributor: Ed Vasicek (615 sermons shared)
a look at Rosh Hashannah, the Feast of Trumpets-a celebration of Jesus that says "get ready!"
Series: The Feasts of The Lord
Contributor: Mark Jones (45 sermons shared)
This message shows the prophetic significance of the Feast of Trumpets
Series: The Feasts of Israel
Contributor: David Moore (74 sermons shared)
Today at sunset (09/16/2012) starts Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year). Rosh Hashanah means, literally, "head of the year" The first day of Tishri. It signifies a Fresh Start. We all need a "Fresh Start" from time-to-time.
Contributor: Samuel Fulkerson (110 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 6:8-6:11