Do you know what Rosh Hashana is? It starts tonight!

It is a true blessing to know and understand God's (Yahweh) appointed times.  It is a blessing to learn of the rich heritage Moses, Nehemiah, Ezra, Matthew, Luke, Paul, Jesus (Yeshua) and many others left for us.

Over and over God said, "It shall be a perpetual statute throughout your generations..." (Lev. 23)  In other words, celebrate it forever! How are we going to celebrate it forever if we don't learn about it? 

The Biblical feasts are God's appointed times.  Often times, people want to call them "Jewish Holidays" but they are actually for all of God's people!!

These feasts or appointed times are very important to God.  All of the feasts (3 in spring, 1 Pentecost, and 3 in the fall) have been fulfilled except ONE!  Which one?  The Feast of Trumpets!  Rosh Hashana!

Why do you suppose the "Feast of Trumpets" hasn't been fulfilled?  Because Jesus/Yeshua hasn't raptured His church with the blowing of the trumpet!

Video:   What will it sound like? (I get sooo excited when I hear the blasts!)

"Rosh Hashanah occurs on the first and second days of Tishri. In Hebrew, Rosh Hashanah means, literally, "head of the year" or "first of the year."  This name is somewhat deceptive, because there is little similarity between Rosh Hashanah, one of the holiest days of the year, and the American midnight drinking bash and daytime football game. " 

"1. All the Spring Feasts were fulfilled at Christ's first coming, and on the exact day of the feast. All the Fall Feasts picture the second advent, and the Feast of Trumpets is the first of the fall feasts, picturing the rapture.

2. The Feast of Trumpets is when the "last trump" of the rapture of 1 Cor 15 is blown.
3. The Feast of Trumpets is known as the Wedding of the Messiah, and the Church is the Bride of Christ, and the rapture is when the Church is caught up to heaven to be wed with Christ. "  Bible Prophecy

I do encourage you to learn more about the appointments that God has made with you!  If He thought it was important enough to celebrate them forever, then it's important enough for everyone to learn about!

You can read more about Rosh Hashanah and the other feast by clicking on any of the links in this post. Hebrew4Christians


Jackie said...

I love this post! I have been meaning to find out more about the Jewish holidays but haven't made it to the library to do that. Have a great evening.


Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Oh Awesome...you did the post for me!!! Meaning, yes, we just finished making our apple and honey cake, our bread is ready to go into the oven, and we spent the day reading on this feast. My husband has already blown the shofar....so glad to see this post!! I was trying to decide if I could get a post out!!!
Yours is GREAT!!!!
Enjoy your celebration!!!

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