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
The Feast of Trumpets (Yom Teruah, Rosh HaShanah)
(Leviticus 23: 23-25)
1. Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish New Year aka the Feast of Trumpets begins the High Holy Days of Judaism.
2. Jews who never attend the synagogue, even atheists, will often show up for The Feast of Trumpets and the
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a look at Rosh Hashannah, the Feast of Trumpets-a celebration of Jesus that says "get ready!"
Can You Hear The Trumpet Sound?
A Celebration of Rosh Hashanah-The Feast of Trumpets
EOLS: The Feast of Trumpets celebrates God’s call to His people announcing His voice and His coming.
(23) Then the Lord spoke to Moses, saying,
(24) "Speak to the children of
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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.
Jonah is read every year on the most Holy Day in the Jewish calender, the day of Atonement. (Yom Kippur) To understand why we have to back up and explain a little bit about the Jewish feasts.
There are 7 major Jewish feasts. The Hebrew word for feasts (moadim) literally means "appointed
Mercy, Jonah, Repentance, Trumpets, Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah, Days Of Awe, Feast Of Trumpets
This message shows the prophetic significance of the Feast of Trumpets
The Feast of Trumpets
Text: Leviticus 23:23-25
Introduction: We come now to the fifth feast of Israel, the Feast of Trumpets. This is the first of the autumn feasts, and its significance relates not to Christ’s first advent, but in some way to His Second Coming. The autumn feasts picture
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