Feast of Trumpets

Happy Rosh Hashanah!!

Below is a link to a beautiful article on why the Jewish and Messianic people celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Feast of Trumpets. As Christians, we are grafted into the lineage of Jesus, the Jewish heritage. This feast marks the Jewish Head of the Year and is begun with a joyful blast and shout of freedom. This is also the time when God will look upon our heart, and begins a time of reflection, repentance, re-evaluation and making things right with others, just as is often done during the American New Year. Therefore, it is our privilege to choose to celebrate this feast and the following 10 Days of Awe through Yom Kippur. We will reap the benefits if we do so. 



About KupofJo

I'm just an average 'Jo' who is saved and set free day by day through God's grace, seeking to know my Lord and follow His Way. Along this path I desire to walk in love, peace, joy, strength, valor and obedience to His statutes. As I attempt to do what He calls me to do as a woman, wife, mother, daughter of the Most High King and part time writer, I am human and will certainly stumble along the way. I am so thankful that we have a God who is merciful and shows us grace beyond what we deserve. Thanks for stopping by and traveling alongside me in this journey, if only briefly, as I scribe the thoughts He places within my heart, as well as some day-to-day notions about His world and the people in it. Grab a cup of your favorite beverage and enjoy the stroll!
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