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God’s fourth annual Holy Feast Day is Yom Teruah or the Feast of Trumpets (Lev.23:24-25) (also called Rosh Hashanah by many). It foreshadows the Day of Messiah’s return and of the resurrection of the dead, after the 7th blast of the Trumpet (1 Cor.15:52,

1 Thes.4:16).

It also portrays a merciful warning of God’s coming punishments upon those who have abused Israel and the saints. (Isa 43:14, 54:15, Matt 24:22).

Further, the Trumpets picture the correction of an evil and immoral rebellious warring world, as detailed in the book of Revelation.

Each of God’s punishing plagues are preceded by a warning blast of a trumpet (Rev.8:6-…) and are designed to bring man to repentance.

As we repent and turn to God, His mercy on us triumphs over judgment (James 2:13). The blasts of the Trumpets will finally bring an end to all false religion (including all atheists and agnostics) and usher in a utopia of life and peace for all mankind.

Yom Teruah is the 1st of Tishrei Shavuot Shavuot Ten Days of Awe Days of Awe