Introduction to Yom Teruah (Day of Trumpet Blasts)

Called Rosh haShanah on the Jewish calendar, Yom Teruah contains many teachings that point forward to the return of Messiah Yeshua, echoed in the writings of the prophets of Israel hundreds of years before He arrived and in the decades after His return to Heaven.

Food for thought from the recorded discussion

We are living in a Babylonian economic system, a system of greed. 

12 themes/truths of Yom Teruah (courtesy of Eddie Chumney)
  1. Teshuvah (Hebrew for a turning around, i.e. repentance)
  2. Rosh haShanah (Hebrew for Head or Beginning of the Year; this is what Judaism commonly calls the day described in the Bible as the day for blowing silver trumpets)
  3. Yom Teruah (Hebrew for Day of [Trumpet] Blowing; trumpets were blown in ancient Israel to get the people together for an important message or sound an alert) [To learn more about the day, visit the Yom Teruah page.]
  4. Yom haDin (Hebrew for Judgment Day)
  5. haMelech (Hebrew for the King)
  6. Yom haZikaron (Hebrew for Day of Remembrance or Memorial)
  7. The Time of Jacob’s Trouble
  8. Opening of Gates
  9. Wedding (associated more with Sukkot)
  10. Resurrection of the Dead
  11. The Last Shofar Blast
  12. The Hidden Day

Daniel 7:27 tells us, “And the kingdom and dominion, and the greatness of the kingdom under the whole heaven, shall be given to the people of the saints of the most High, whose kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and all dominions shall serve and obey him.” 

Are you ready to reign and rule with Messiah? If you are a “saint of the Most High,” you need to let Him prepare you.

Is there only one Resurrection? Does the idea of the immortal soul come from Scripture? Where does it come from?

1st Cor. 15:13-14 — What is the hope of Christianity without the Resurrection?

Matt. 22:44 — What does it mean, “Many are called but few are chosen”? What is it to be “chosen”? (See John 12:18, John 15:16; Acts 22:14; James 2:5, Rev. 17:14.)

What does it mean to “overcome”? What are we supposed to “overcome”? (See Rev. 3:21, John 5:21-29.)

Some key passages about the Resurrection: 1st Cor. 15:12-57; 1st Thess. 4:13-18; Rev. 20:1-15; Revelation 21

Speaker: John Walsh.

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