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Beth Immanuel Sabbath Fellowship - Hudson, WI Beth Immanuel Sabbath Fellowship is
a Messianic Jewish Synagogue near Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota. The website
features audio teachings from D. Thomas Lancaster of First Fruits of Zion.
aJudaica The online Judaica store with the finest selection of Jewish gifts , Jewish
religious articles and Judaica handicrafts all at the most attractive prices
Bible Land Now is the time to live the unity of the Scriptures. The time has arrived
for both Gentiles and Jews. Feel the arms of Messiah Yeshua and touch the Heart of
God surrounding you. Welcome the Messiah by remembering Him. This product is part
of a collection of Messianic vessels, manufactured by good people in Israel, made
in the Bible Land and shipped from the Holy Land of Israel. This unique collection
is decorated with the Messianic Seal of Jerusalem, a symbol that unites all "Messianic
Jews", "Jewish Christians" or "Christian Jews" worldwide. The symbol gathers the
Jewish Menorah together with a fish - a modern depictive representation of Christian
faith and the community of Jesus followers. The Menorah and the Fish create a Star
of David (Magen David – The Shield of King David) at the intersection.
JewisHeart The Gurkevich family has been in the tallit production and Judaica business
for over 70 years and 3 generations. Moshe Gurkevich arrived in Israel in the year
1920 and established the Tallit factory
Beit Tefilah Messianic Congregation - Creve Coeur, MO Beit Tefilah is a Messianic
Jewish Synagogue comprised of Jewish and non-Jewish believers in the promised Messiah
of Israel-- Yeshua. We live out a biblical, Torah-based Jewish heritage and lifestyle
with foundations in the Tanakh and Brit Chadashah. We meet weekly at St. Paul's Evangelical
Church located at 9801 Olive Blvd. in Creve Coeur, MO.
Rosh Hashanah Commonly referred to as the "Jewish New Year." It is observed on the
first day of Tishrei, the seventh month of the Hebrew calendar. It is ordained
in the Torah as "Zicaron Terua" ("a memorial with the blowing of horns"), in Leviticus
23:24. Rosh Hashanah is the first of the High Holidays or Yamim Noraim ("Days of
Awe"), or Asseret Yemei Teshuva (Ten Days of Repentance) which are days specifically
set aside to focus on repentance that conclude with the holiday of Yom Kippur.
THE RAPTURE ON ROSH HASHANA Jewish tradition holds that Rosh Hashanah celebrates the
anniversary of the creation of the world, a day when “God takes stock of all of His
Creation,” which of course includes all of humanity. Translated from the Hebrew,
Rosh Hashanah means “head of the year” – rosh means head, while hashanah means year.
Jews believe that God’s judgment on this day determines the course of the coming
Rosh HaShanah (Feast of Trumpets) In 2010 Rosh HaShanah will start on Thursday, the
9th of September and will continue for 2 days until Friday, the 10th of September.The
Bible holidays begin at the sunset of the previous day, so Rosh HaShanah wold begin
on the sunset of Wednesday, the 8th of September. Rosh Hashana Overview The Feast
JEWISH NEW YEAR It only began on new moon when two witnesses said so and the head
of the Sanhedrin agreed thus each year nobody knew the exact day or hour (Matthew
Rosh HaShanah - Feast of Trumpets The Feast of Trumpets (Rosh HaShanah) was celebrated
at the beginning of the month Tishri, the first month of the civil year. It was one
of the seven days of holy convocation. Tishri is the seventh month of the Biblical
calendar, and as such parallels the Sabbath as a special and holy time to seek YAHUVEH.
The previous month of Elul is the time of preparation just as Friday is the Day of
Preparation for Shabbat. This season is a time of reflection, contemplation, and
putting things in order and getting right our relationship with YAHUVEH.
Celebrate the Feast of Trumpets These are the feasts of the LORD, even holy convocations,
which ye shall proclaim in their seasons. In the seventh month, in the first day
of the month, shall ye have a sabbath, a memorial of blowing of trumpets, an holy
convocation (Lev 23:4,24) Notice, he did not say these were the feasts of the Jews
or the feasts of the Christians, but the feasts of the Lord. They are to be celebrated
in honor of our Lord!
Feast of Trumpets The first day of Tishri (October), the seventh month of the Hebrew
year. Two trumpets are mentioned in the Bible, the shophar and hacocerah. The latter
was a long, straight, slender, silver clarion, liturgically a priestly instrument.
The Feast of Trumpets On this day, a ram horn's horn, or shofar, called the people
to prepare for the Day of Atonement. No work was allowed on this day and the people
gathered at the Tabernacle. The 10 days from Trumpets to the Day of Atonement were
known as "the days of awe" in modern Judaism. During this 10 days the people searched
their hearts and examined their lives. The sounding of the shofar was a wake-up blast
- a reminder that the time was near for the Day of Atonement.
The Watchman But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and
the people be not warned; if the sword come, and take any person from among them,
he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at the watchman's
hand. Ezekiel 33:6
Annie's "Feast of Trumpets" Page The Jewish New Year, called Rosh Hashana, is sometimes
called the "feast of the trumpets." It starts on the first day of the month of Tishri,
which may begin any time from September 6 to October 5. The celebration lasts for
48 hours but ushers in a ten-day period of penitence known as "The Days of Awe".
Feast of Trumpets Paul said in Colossians 2:16-17 that the Jewish feasts and celebrations
were a shadow of the things to come through Jesus Christ. And though as Christians
we may not commemorate these holidays in the traditional biblical sense, as we discover
the significance of each, we will certainly gain a greater knowledge of God's Word,
an improved understanding of the Bible, and a deeper relationship with the Lord.
Rosh Hashanah The month of Elul is the final month in the Jewish year. That month
is a time for prayer, self introspection, and repentance. It is a time of intense
spiritual preparation for the coming year and the upcoming holiday of Rosh Hashanah.
In 2003 the month of Elul began on August 28, 2003 and lasted through September 26,
Sukkat David Ministry Sukkat David Ministry: a prophetic and apostolic ministry raised
for the restoration of the Torah and the gathering of the Twelve Tribes in the Body
Mayim Khayim Torah Orah - Lakeland, Florida We believe in following in the Ancient
Paths of the Messiah Yeshua HaMashiak. We are a Sabbath Keeping, Torah Based, Kosher
Eating, Messiah Focused Ministry with a vision of building a community of Torah Keepers.