A Deeper Understanding of the Fall Feasts of the Lord RabbI Michael Weiner
Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot are upon us. There is so much misunderstanding concerning these fall feasts both within the larger Jewish community and in the much narrower Messianic Jewish community. Most holidays celebrate or memorialize some historical event; something that has already happened. For example — Pesach, Chanukah, Purim, and even Shavuot which all celebrate pasthistory.
However, these commanded memorials and celebrations in the fall of each year are intended to honor events which are yet to take place. Nevertheless, God commands and we obey.
The Bible uses the term Yom Teruah (the day of the shout) for what we call Rosh Hashanah (or the head of the year). But what is the shout about?
Read the full article here: October ’22 Issue 14