What is Rosh Hashanah? The Jewish New Year

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The Feast of Trumpets: background and fullfilment jewsforjesus.org
“..Rosh Hashanah means the head of the year” and thus the holiday is referred to as the Jewish New Year. However, in the Bible it is known as “the Feast of Trumpets.” In this article, Lev Leigh (one of our new and innovative leaders) presents a unique perspective on this holiday’s meaning and fulfillment. We hope you will find his interpretation to be of interest…”

Feasts of the Bible Rosh HaShanah HD

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Every fall, Jewish people around the world observe Rosh HaShanah (also known as Feast of Trumpets or the Jewish New Year). It is on this day that Jewish people repent of past sin and do good deeds to increase their chances of being inscribed in the Book of Life for one more year. Rosh HaShanah is also meaningful for Christians. It is packed with symbolism that point to Jesus Christ, his unmerited grace, and his glorious return.

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Yom Teruah, the Feast of Trumpets | UNLEARN

UNLEARN the lies
Published on Sep 22, 2017
What is Yom Teruah (also known as the Feast of Trumpets), and what is its significance? The Bible gives us a list of appointed times in which God wants to meet with His people. One of these special times is Yom Teruah, which literally means the “day of shouting or blasting.” It is more commonly called the day of Trumpets because we are commanded to blow the trumpets, to shout, and to raise a noise on this day. Yom Teruah is a day of rest, a day for seeking the Father, and a day of blowing trumpets and shouting to the Lord. On this day we look forward to the return of our Messiah, and we prepare our hearts for His return.

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What is the Feast of Trumpets? gotquestions.org

“.. The Feast of Trumpets was important for several reasons. First, it commemorated the end of the agricultural and festival year. Also, the Day of Atonement fell on the tenth day of this month, and the Festival of Booths began on the fifteenth day. The blowing of the trumpets on first day of the month heralded a solemn time of preparation for the Day of Atonement; this preparation time was called “Ten Days of Repentance” or the “Days of Awe.” The trumpet sound was an alarm of sorts and can be understood as a call to introspection and repentance…”

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