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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Yom Teruah (Day of Shouting)

(This post was updated 9/21/17 beacause it contained links that were no longer available.)

Would you like to learn more about the Biblical Feast (Appinted Time/Moed)  of Yom Teruah?  It is the Day of Shouting.  Often called the Day of Blowing or Trumpets.

This is the day we expect to see the return of our Messiah (Yeshua/Jesus).  We do not know exactly what day on the calendar it will be...but YHWH has trained his people to watch his Appointed Times for His Prophetic promises to unfold. So we watch in obediance and in faith and calibrate our lives to HIS calendar.  It really is a beautiful thing! 

Here are some links and videos we would like to share:

119 Ministries, explains what Teruah means to help understand the purpose of the Appointed Time:

The following link shares the feast in written "bullet points" for those who would like to have something on paper to study from:


The following video is a congregation in Canada who shows the connection between the Coranating of kings to Yom Teruah.

Looking for even more?  The following video is part of a long series on all the feasts and this is a hunk out of it.  It is a lot of information  and is kind of started in the middle of the bigger teaching - so hold on tight!  (It is a firehose full of information that comes fast.)

I pray these links bless you and bring you closer to YHWH and His ways.

In Him, Pamela

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