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Two silver trumpets of Yom Teruah and the Body of Messiah

Richard AgeeApostle Paul tells us that we are to be ready to preach “in season” (2nd Tim. 4:1–2), translated from καιρός kairos (Strong’s lexicon No. G2540), the Greek word used for the appointed times of God. Because this is the “season” of  יוֹם תְּרוּעָה Yom Teruah (Num. 29:1), this is the focus of today’s talk.

We will get to hear the sound of the trumpet if we respond to the Messiah’s call of salvation first. The blowing of the trumpets gives us an idea of what God has in mind. We might seem unimportant to those in the world but God has a job for all of us to do.

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1st Kings 6:1-14: Design of Solomon’s temple mirrors foundation for believers

Daniel AgeeThe temple of King Shlomo (Solomon) is the prototype of the temple in Ezekiel and the temple apostle Yokhanan (John) sees in Revelation as well. These components were not put in by Shlomo’s own choice. They were designed and selected by God ahead of time because they mean something to God. In a sense, the Temple is us. Each physical component has a spiritual component.

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Why are ‘days of awe’ necessary between Trumpets, Atonement?

This month is referred to as the “ingathering” at the end of the year or the end of the cycle of seven appointments with God, the “feasts to the Lord.” What do these times mean? How do we give an answer to someone when they have questions?

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Connections between Yom Teruah (Trumpets) and the Resurrection

Most people think of Passover or Easter when contemplating Yeshua but the holy day most closely connected with resurrection is Yom Teruah, the Feast of Trumpets. Listen and find out why.

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Ingathering of the seventh month — Prelude to being at one and dwelling with God

Hallel Fellowship sukkah during Sukkot 2008The fall appointed times of God are called the “feasts of ingathering” and are associated with the apocalyptic Day of the LORD. What are the lessons of these festivals that point toward our preparation for what Messiah is going to do?

In part two of a discussion of the seventh month of God’s calendar, Richard looks into the parallel between the construction of Solomon’s Temple in time for one Sukkot (Tabernacles) and the preparation of God’s people for the final Sukkot. Like the stones for the first temple that were cut to size elsewhere then moved into location, the people of God will be “trimmed” to the right “size” before being moved to the final site of the LORD’s dwelling place on Earth.

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Yom Teruah — Listening for Messiah’s Wakeup Call, part 2

Yom Teruah, called Rosh haShanah on the rabbinic calendar, is the first of God’s three fall appointments with His people. The imagery of trumpet blasts and calls to pay attention permeate the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. What is the message God wants the people near the apocalyptic Day of the LORD to hear? Continue reading Yom Teruah — Listening for Messiah’s Wakeup Call, part 2

Yom Teruah Listening for Messiah’s Wakeup Call, part 1

Yom Teruah, called Rosh haShanah on the rabbinic calendar, is the first of God’s three fall appointments with His people. The imagery of trumpet blasts and calls to pay attention permeate the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. What is the message God wants the people near the apocalyptic Day of the LORD to hear? Continue reading Yom Teruah Listening for Messiah’s Wakeup Call, part 1