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09-21-2017

Feast of Trumpets 2017 Day of shouting and blasts (Yom Teruah)

by Philip Shields

Sept 2017 – reposted from October 2016 This year’s Feast of Trumpets falls on Sept 21 or 22, 2017, depending on which calendar you’re using. I am reposting the notes and audio from 2016, and everything applies except the dates I cite in the 2016 audio. This is a time of great joy and jubilation – as well as alarm – depending on the side you’re on. Sound the alarm, blow the trumpet, listen to the shofar blasts. But why is it called a day of clouds and gloominess? Why don’t we call it Rosh Hashanah and what is the Bible name for this day? Does the first resurrection happen on this day – or earlier in the spring, picturing those being called out now? When does Yeshua/Jesus land on the Mt of Olives? WHY is this day called a “memorial”? A day of remembrance of what?
Duration:1 hr 19 mins 19 secs

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