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HB005 Yom Teruah “The Voice of Adonai”






Isa 55:7  Let the wicked person abandon his way and the evil person his thoughts; let him return to Adonai, and he will have mercy on him; let him return to our God, for he will freely forgive.

Isa 55:8  "For my thoughts are not your thoughts, and your ways are not my ways," says Adonai.

The Hebrew Holy Days…No…Adonai’s Holy Days!!! The last three weeks leading up to Yom Teruah the Day of sounding the Shofar has been truly amazing. But so what? Who cares about the shofar, who cares what it means, who cares to even hear it? Adonai does. Adonai is still the merciful God that was spoken about through Yeshaiyahu. But we as people who follow our own will and our own ways need to try and return to perfection, and His ways are perfect. The wonderful thing about Adonai is He wrote down His words for us. He told us what things are perfect and what is not in His eyes. He told us what pleases Him and what does not, and there are many things that do not. It is up to us to read and seek His truths. Adonai does not respect man or his man made holydays. He has commanded us, His followers to celebrate His appointed times. We are living in a time where you will need to truly understand what pleases the Lord. I implore you listen to this message before it is too late.

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Lev 23:23 The LORD spoke to Moshe, saying,

Lev 23:24 "Speak to the children of Yisra'el, saying, 'In the seventh month, on the first day of the month, shall be a solemn rest to you, a memorial of blowing of trumpets, a holy convocation.


Yeshua celebrated theses feasts do you? If not why?

Joh 4:45 So when he (Yeshua/Jesus) came into the Galil, the Galileans received him, having seen all the things that he did in Yerushalayim at the feast, for they also went to the feast.


On the first night of Rosh Hashanah,  it is customary to greet one another with blessings and good wishes of Leshana Tova Tekatev v'etachetem - May you be inscribed for a sweet and good year!


Laws & Lore:
What Is The Day Of Judgment?

The teaching of the sages that each person is judged on Rosh Hashanah does not refer to whether a person will merit Gan Eden and the World to Come if he is worthy, or Gehinnom and eternal destruction if he is unworthy. Rather, man is judged on Rosh Hashanah concerning only this world: whether he is worthy of life and peace, or death and affliction.

Our Sages taught: The verse (Psalms 81:5) states: This is the day on which Your works began, a remembrance of the first day. It is a statute for Israel, judgment for the G-d of Ya'akov. [In the Musaf prayer we continue:] And concerning the nations, it will be said then: Which for the sword and which for peace, which for famine and which for prosperity. And all beings will then be recounted to be remembered for life or for death.

This then is the manner of judgment: On Rosh Hashanah man's actions are weighed and he is written and inscribed either favorably or unfavorably regarding this world, based on that which he deserves for what he has done in this world. And when man departs to his final resting place, his actions are weighed and his portion in the world of the souls is allotted him, based on his merit (Ramban, quoted by Abudraham).

Now if you know the Jewish Messiah Yeshua your sins have been forgiven. Yeshua is the foretold Messiah. We are not under the condemnation of the Law but are saved by grace. This does not mean the Law is not in effect. The Law has been written on our heart. So if you love your Lord you will follow His Laws.

Jer 31:31 Behold, the days come, says the LORD, that I will make a new covenant with the house of Yisra'el, and with the house of Yehudah:

Jer 31:32 not according to the covenant that I made with their fathers in the day that I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt; which my covenant they broke, although I was a husband to them, says the LORD.

Jer 31:33 But this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Yisra'el after those days, says the LORD: I will put my law in their inward parts, and in their heart will I write it; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people:


Even if a person sins throughout the year, he should not lose confidence in his capacity for repentance. Rather, he should return to the path of righteousness before judgment/death comes. You have until your last breath to accept Yeshua as savior.

He should always believe that he has the ability to tip his own scales - and the scale of the entire world - to the side of merit. It is for this reason that it is customary among the whole House of Israel to be especially generous in giving charity, in performing good deeds, in the period between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

And if you know Yeshua and are saved you will be doing these things all year long.

During the blowing of the shofar on Rosh Hashana, notice there are three distinct sounds:

1. Tekiah -- one long, straight blast 
2. Shevarim -- three medium, wailing sounds 
3. Teruah -- 9 quick blasts in short succession 

Hear the Shofar Sounds

Let's examine each of these shofar sounds, and see how they relate to the different themes of Rosh Hashana.


Rosh Hashana is the day of appreciating who God is. We then internalize that understanding so that it becomes a living, practical part of our everyday reality. God is all-powerful. God is the Creator. God is the Sustainer. God is the Supervisor. In short, God is King of the Universe.

But for many of us, the idea of a "king" conjures up images of a greedy and power-hungry despot who wants to subjugate the masses for his selfish aims.

In Jewish tradition, a king is first and foremost a servant of the people. His only concern is that the people live in happiness and harmony. His decrees and laws are only for the good of the people, not for himself. (see Maimonides, Laws of Kings 2:6)

The object of Rosh Hashana is to crown God as our King. Tekiah -- the long, straight shofar blast -- is the sound of the King's coronation. In the Garden of Eden, Adam's first act was to proclaim God as King. And now, the shofar proclaims to ourselves and to the world: God is our King. We set our values straight and return to the reality of God as the One Who runs the world... guiding history, moving mountains, and caring for each and every human being individually and personally.

Maimonides adds one important qualification: It isn't enough that God is MY King alone. If ALL humanity doesn't recognize God as King, then there is something lacking in my own relationship with God. Part of my love for the Almighty is to help guide all people to an appreciation of Him. Of course this is largely an expression of my deep caring for others. But it also affects my own sense of God's all-encompassing Kingship.


When we think about the year gone by, we know deep down that we've failed to live up to our full potential. In the coming year, we yearn not to waste that opportunity ever again. The Kabbalists say that Shevarim -- three medium, wailing blasts -- is the sobbing cry of a Jewish heart -- yearning to connect, to grow, to achieve.

Every person has the ability to change and be great. This can be accomplished much faster than you ever dreamed of. The key is to pray from the bottom of your heart and ask God for the ability to become great. Don't let yourself be constrained by the past. You know you have enormous potential.

At the moment the shofar is blown, we cry out to God from the depths of our soul. This is the moment -- when our souls stand before the Almighty without any barriers -- that we can truly let go.


On Rosh Hashana, we need to wake up and be honest and objective about our lives: Who we are, where we've been, and which direction we're headed. The Teruah sound -- 9 quick blasts in short succession -- resembles an alarm clock, arousing us from our spiritual slumber. The shofar brings clarity, alertness, and focus.

The Talmud says: "When there's judgement from below, there's no need for judgement from above." What this means is that if we take the time to construct a sincere, realistic model of how we've fallen short in the past, and what we expect to change in the future, then God doesn't need to "wake us up" to what we already know.

God wants us to make an honest effort to maximize the gifts He gave us. You aren't expected to be anything you're not. But you can't hoodwink God, either.

The reason we lose touch and make mistakes is because we don't take the time everyday to reconnect with our deepest desires and essence. The solution is to spend time alone everyday, asking: Am I on track? Am I focused? Am I pursuing goals which will make the greatest overall difference in my life and in the world?

Make it a habit to keep in touch with yourself, and when Rosh Hashana comes around, the alarm clock of the shofar won't be nearly as jarring!


Aaronic Blessing

Messianic rabbi Andrew

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