Biblical Fall Feasts 2009

“On the first day of the seventh month you are to have a day of rest, a sacred assembly commemorated with trumpet blasts.”     —Leviticus 23:24

Grace and peace to each of you as we enter this special season of the fall feasts. This year, Trumpets (Yom Teruah or Rosh Hashanah) occurs September 18-19; Atonement (Yom Kippur) is September 28-29; and Tabernacles (Sukkot) takes place October 2-10.

These biblical holidays foreshadow the Lord’s return and are packed with prophetic significance. We encourage you to engage in the feasts (literally, “appointed times”).

Expect to encounter Him!

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  1. Larry

     /  October 10, 2009

    Shalom Rabbi Bernis;
    I am sure you have studied the history of King David? He apparently didn’t like living in tents, and went off to live in a city in Egypt. The king gave him a house and some women, so he went off to war against the Israeli’s. After some time, he did go back and Rule Jerusalem, and warred against Palestine and everyone else. In those days it seems like a back and forth thing. Now days, I understand adolph hitler’s family lived in Austria, and Grandpa was Orthodox Jew. adolph rejected his heritage for power. There have been skinheads and clan members that even though they have Jewish DNA, have denied they were Jewish. Now it seems as dear old mahmoud ahmadinejad is Jewish, but the power hungry kind of guy. I’m glad to be of Jewish descent, but life sure is strange, and getting stranger.
    Maybe you could do a story on this?
    Shalom, Larry


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