September 19, 2020 – Rosh Hashanah Day 2020 – Judgment Day. – David Schiller
Eitz Chaim Messianic Congregation
For Rosh Hashanah Day, Rabbi Schiller looks at the theme of Yom Ha Din / Judgment Day, and the paradox that we can’t live as humanity without a Judgment Day, but yet we can’t individually survive the Judgment, and how Y’Shua resolves this paradox by becoming our Judgment Day.
Discover what the first of the Jewish Fall Feasts – Rosh Hashanah – means to you as a Believer. Rabbi Jonathan and Ezra reveal how the Fall Feasts are not merely Jewish holidays but are also prophetic events relevant to the whole world. Learn how the Feasts of the Old Testament provide a backdrop for Christians and Jewish people alike to understand the full significance of what Yeshua (Jesus) has done for us. See how the Christian and Jewish celebrations together create a divine universal calendar. Find out why Rosh Hashanah is also called the Feast of Trumpets and why the shofar is an important instrument of worship.
Even though we’re far from January 1, this weekend marks a New Year celebration—Rosh Hashanah, the fall feast that celebrates the Jewish New Year. God established this holiday as the Feast of Trumpets for the Israelites in Leviticus. It’s a happy celebration but also one of remembrance. Nothing symbolizes this better than the shofar, which is blown on Rosh Hashanah ... Read More The post September 19, 2020 | Rosh Hashanah appeared first on The Friends of Israel Today Radio.
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