Today is 7th New Moon Day of the year 6003 Since Creation / Scriptural Calendar reckoning. It means today is also the Feast of Trumpets.
Today is New Moon Day of the seventh month of the year 6003 s.c. Today is also the Feast of Trumpets or יום תרועה (Yom Teruah). The only feast commanded that falls on New Moon Day.
The Feast of Trumpets is ten days before the Day of Atonement. In preparation for this day, we should reflect and look into ourselves how we have lived. Confess our sins, and reconcile with those we offended and made enemies of.
There is no better way to do it but by studying, absorbing, and embracing the Ten Commandments of 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 (YAHUAH/YAHUWAH). Today, I submit that we meditate on the first three commandments.
How did we live for the past days, weeks, and months? Were we aware that He brought us out of bondage? Out of darkness and into his marvelous light? Or have we forgotten it and lived like our old selves? That 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 (YAHUAH/YAHUWAH) is our one and only Aluah/Eloah?
How about graven images? It does not have to be an idol of some god. It could be a person at home or in the office that we glorified and idolised. Or during the election campaign period, we championed someone and put him high above the rest. Are we guilty of breaking the this commandment?
The third commandment, equally important, is our use of the name of our Abba, our only Father 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 (YAHUAH/YAHUWAH). Did we use His name as a curse? Or did we use His name to curse someone? Simple, innocent phrases like oh my god turned into oh my 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 (YAHUAH/YAHUWAH)?
In these first three commandments, where do we stand? Are we guilty of violating these three commandments? Then let’s meditate about it today and tonight. Confess our sins, ask for forgiveness. Seek Him, and knock. For our Abba 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 (YAHUAH/YAHUWAH) is merciful and forgiving to those who asks Him and are genuine.
𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 (YAHUAH/YAHUWAH) will help us. He has been helping us all these days, and weeks, and months, we are too busy and too worldly that we failed to noticed His helping hand.
Shalom, my brethren.
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