Today (starting last night at sunset) is the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah. You will enjoy this post by J. Scott Husted if you are like me, learning about the Feasts of the Lord. I hope you have had a blessed day, rejoicing and participating in the plans the Father has for your life. Happy New Year! Shalom!
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Stepping up to the call
Rosh Hashannah is also known as The Feast of Trumpets. On God’s calendar this is the anniversary of Adam’s creation. This is a day to re-affirm our commitment to stewardship of God’s divine plan on the earth. Living in a way that ushers in His Kingdom is the call — in our lives, in our family, in our neighborhood, for our city and our nation. Jews believe that through our stepping up to this divine call, the universe can come into the fullness that God has desired all along.
To this end, Rosh Hashannah is a time when we want to set His plan of good as our highest goal; to be those who are working Life rather than death in the earth. On this day, and during the ten days to follow, we admit our wrongs and commit to change bad patterns in our…
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