There is a great deal of significance attached to this day in Jewish theology, as it is most often emphasized as a time when God looks down from Heaven and reconsiders where He stands with people. It is a time where we are to rejoice and celebrate, remembering His goodness to us, but also begin a sober examination of our humanity, and consider faults and sins that must be rectified.
Posts Tagged: yom teruah
Digging into the Torah can sometimes uncover things not visible from a surface read. At a recent Shabbat service, Bill Patton, one of the Tabernacle of David teachers, spoke on Torah, haftarah, and New Testament. As he dug deeper into these texts, he showed a hidden meaning within the “Seven Spirits of God” mentioned in… Read more
“In the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you are to have a holy convocation; do not do any kind of ordinary work; it is a day of blowing the shofar for you." -Numbers 29 Shalom, Tabernaclers! Judah here. Yom Teruah (Rosh HaShana), the day of shofar blasts, begins this week! Tabernacle… Read more