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To celebrate Rosh Hashanah, we went to the church that we attend during the week.  It's a very large church and their Wednesday night services are PACKED out!  The preacher told about Rosh Hashanah and blew the shofar (ram's horn). 

We prayed for forgiveness and praised God until the roof blew off!  No, just kiddin!  It was loud and awesome though!

Here is some more information on Rosh Hashanah:

Name meanings
Rosh Hoshanna (New Year)

Yom Teruah (The Day of the Awakening Blast or The Day of the Awakening Shout)
Feast of Trumpets Yom HaDin (Day of Judgment)
Yom HaZikkaron (Day of Remembrance)
Yom HaKeseh (Day of the Hiding or Hidden Day)

God's appointed times are marked by the moon cycles.  He created and organized everything for us!  Rosh Hashanah starts at sundown on the day of the new moon.  (That is also the beginning of the month of Tishri.)  One might think that you can see a new moon but the first two days are DARK! ~ Therefore, no one knows the time nor the day!

Pastor Mark Biltz is a GREAT teacher if you'd like to learn more about the feasts.  I have learned most of what I know about the feasts from Pastor Mark. 

This video is Pastor Biltz talking about the rapture.

Shorter version:

Longer version:

Pastor Mark Biltz - ElShaddai Ministries

Podcasts:  you have to scroll through to find the sermons on the feasts - basically, go to the dates that the feasts are on and you will find the teachings.
Feast of Tabernacles and Feast of Trumpets

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