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The Feast of Trumpets is the first of the three fall feasts. It is a memorial feast as well as a prophetic Feast Day as Yeshua has not yet fulfilled it. In this study we will inductively study the references of the Feast of Trumpets as well as trumpets to see this prophetic aspect.
Begin with PRAYER. Pray for understanding of what you will be studying and that above all that you will have a heart to seek and to know YHVH and His Ways.
The first reference to a topic gives us important context, in this case we see that the first reference to “trumpets” is the command to celebrate as a Feast. We will first OBSERVE the text and list what it says about the Feast of Trumpets.
Confusion & Clarity
Yeshua is the point of all of the Feasts. The Feasts are YHVH’s prophetic teaching appointments, rehearsals to teach us about Him and His redemptive and restorative purpose through His Son Yeshua. Yeshua did/does/will do, all of this work on the “appointed time” of the Feasts – they are YHVH’s “appointed times” that He says He will do His redemptive and restorative work. They are “shadow” pictures that teach us spiritual Truth, Col 2:17, Heb 8:5, 10:11. All caps are for emphasis only.
Pesach (Passover) is the first of YHVH’s Appointed times and begins the year of His prophetic and redemptive calendar. Exodus 12 tells us of the actual Passover EVENT and then we are given instruction by YHVH to have a MEMORIAL feast each year to remember the redemption of His People from Egypt and through Yeshua. It’s also prophetic to Yeshua’s return and the greater exodus.
The following is a guide for you to use in celebrating YHVH’s redemption Pesach. You will find suggestions and things that we have done as a family. I have added a hagaddah (a program) to use during your Seder (means “order”). It is your celebration unto Him. So please make it personal, change whatever you like to suit your traditions, finances, circumstances etc. As I am sharing this freely, please do not sell this (even if you make changes to it) in the spirit of encouraging and teaching the Body. This is not a definitive guide, just something to get you started. You and your Pesach celebration, as well as all YHVH’s Feasts will grow throughout your obedience in observing them.
For anyone who has been in this walk of T’shuva – returning to YHVH’s Word, it seems like a pretty simple question. However, while discussing our beliefs with family members and/or friends this is a common question that sometimes leaves me stunned. Then we must not forget everyone starts this walk by crawling. Baby steps. So, we’re introducing a “Back to Basics” series that will do just that; take us back to the basics for those who are new to Torah observance or are simply looking for answers – simple answers.