Category Archives: Feast Days
The objective was to have trumpet themed food. To make trumpet shaped foods it helps to have cream horn molds and some kind of dough that I could shape or wrap to look “trumpety”. Having NO experience with wonton, puff pastry, nor Phyllo dough I bough some of all three.
The old testament commands a list of sacrificial offering to be given on this day but like I discussed in my earlier posts Keeping the Feast Days of the Bible & What is the Feast of Trumpets, there is no need for a blood sacrifice because Yeshua (Jesus) paid that price once and for all. And the Bible has no set of rules on HOW to celebrate the feast days since Messiah’s arrival over 2000 years ago. With no rules you have freedom to “keep the feast” pretty much however you feel draws you closer to God on His appointed days!
Have you ever heard of the holiday “Feast of Trumpets” or maybe its Hebrew name “Yom Teruah?” Maybe you have never heard of this holiday? Maybe you have but had no idea what it was even referring too? Maybe you have heard of it as Rosh Hashanah” a Jewish holiday. Whatever the case may be, I want to tell you a little bit about this Biblical Feast day!!
Biblical feast day? You mean it is somewhere in the Bible? Our Christian Bible? Yep!! It sure is!!!
There are so many different views on the Biblical feast days. Some say we have no need to observe them, some say we must follow every detail of the Bible concerning them, while others follow the traditions of the Jews when observing the feast days. But what is the “right way?”
The Week of Unleavened Bread
Seven days you shall eat unleavened bread, but on the first day you shall remove leaven from your houses; for whoever eats anything leavened from the first day until the seventh day, that person shall be cut off from Israel.