Feast of Trumpets

What is the Feast of Trumpets?

The Feast of Trumpets is a commanded Feast of YeHoVaH. 

When is the Feast of Trumpets?

The Feast of Trumpets is held on the first day of the seventh month of the Biblical Calendar.  The 7th month is also known as Tishri on the Hebrew Calendar, which is September/October on the Gregorian calendar.

The first day of the 7th month is determined by the sighting of the Re-Newed Moon in Israel.  You cannot keep the Feast of Trumpets until the moon is sighted. 

What am I required to do for the Feast of Trumpets?

We are required to do no ordinary or servile work; assemble and have a Holy Convocation; and blow a Trumpet and/or Shofar.

How do I celebrate the Feast of Trumpets?

The Feast of Trumpets is a Sabbath, so you should attend a Holy Convocation or Sacred Assembly.  You should blow the Trumpet/Shofar and celebrate with Fellowship and Feasting.

Are we required to make animal sacrifices?

There are the responsibilities of the people and separate responsibilities of the Priests.  The people were never allowed to make the sacrifices.  That was always the responsibility of the Priests.  The people could not perform the Priests’ responsibilities; otherwise, they would be violating the Commands. 

Because there is no Tabernacle or Temple, the Priests’ responsibilities for sacrificing cannot be carried out.  However, the responsibilities of the people continue. 

Is the Feast of Trumpets Rosh Hashanah?

Rosh Hashanah is a Jewish tradition that is celebrated on the first two days of Tishri as the Jewish New Year.  Rosh Hashanah in Hebrew means the “head of the year”. 

Is The Feast of Trumpets the New Year?

No.  The New Year cannot be in the seventh month.

The Biblical New Year is the first month of the year, the month of the Aviv.  Aviv or Abib is the condition of the barley crop.  This is March/April on the Gregorian calendar.             

Will Yeshua return on Yom Teruah?

No one can predict when Yeshua will return because Scripture says:

Matthew 24:36 King James Version (KJV)

36 But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.

What is a Pilgrimage Feast?

A Pilgrimage Feast is a Feast where all Israelites (including all grafted in by faith in Yeshua Messiah) must appear before YeHoVaH our Elohim at the place He will choose.  The three Pilgrimage Feasts are the:

Feast of Unleavened Bread

Feast of Weeks or Pentecost

Feast of Tabernacles

Scripture References:

  • Exodus 12:2
  • Exodus 13:4
  • Leviticus 23:23-25   
  • Numbers 29:1
  • Deuteronomy 16:16-17
  • The Feast of Trumpets begins the Fall Feasts of YeHoVaH.  Learn more about all the Fall Feasts!

    Disagreement does not have to equate to confusion or hostility between those who disagree.

    We can agree to disagree and still be agreeable and walk in brotherly love.

    The best thing that you and I can do is stick to what is written and there is less of a chance that we will be misled.

    If it is not in the Bible, where did it come from and why are we doing it?

    What do we do to avoid deception?

    • Deny ourselves.
    • Follow Yeshua’s teaching, NOT the teachings of men.
    • Avoid religious traditions.
    • Live holy unto YeHoVaH.
    • Live everyday as if Yeshua was coming today.

    A Word from Father: You are entering into a new season; a season of prosperity and a season of growth; and then, there is more to be revealed.

    Raise your expectation; raise your expectation to believe!

    Until next time… Blessings to You and Yours,


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