In terms of Bible history, where do we now stand?
On Passover Day, Yeshua was executed.
On the Day of Unleavened Bread, Yeshua was put in the tomb.
On the Day of Firstfruits, Yeshua rose from the dead.
On the Day of SHAVUOT, the HOLY SPIRIT manifested in power.
So what’s next?
It is the spiritual fulfillment of the Fall Feasts we await!!!
And the next one up on the Biblical timetable is the Feast of Trumpets or ROSH HASHANAH.
It is this intersection between the fulfillment of SHAVUOT (Pentecost) and the Feast of Trumpets where we are now standing.
Let me say that again.
We are now standing BETWEEN the fulfillment of SHAVUOT and the Feast of Trumpets.
When the trumpet blasts for the Feast of Trumpets go off, that will be the call for all of God’s chosen ones to assemble!
It’s going to be that call to a HOLY convocation as Yeshua descends from the clouds as Messiah Ben David, our mighty warrior and King.
Let me make this clear.
When the trumpet blasts go off, it’s going to be a call to WAR!!!
The war to end all wars will be fought led by our Commander in Chief Yeshua Hamashiach.
We should all be looking forward to that might trumpet blast from Heaven signaling the return of the King of Israel to occur on Rosh Hashanna, an event that will occur I believe in the not too distant future.
Now a disclaimer here.
I have to admit that I can’t be absolutely 100% sure that the final acts of Yeshua are all going to directly correspond to the Fall Feast Days.
Because no man knoweth the day or the hour.
However, all the other great events of Yeshua’s ministry happened ON THEIR EXACT PROPHETIC FEAST DAYS!
Hence, it would be quite a break in pattern if things unfolded differently.
CONNECTING THIS TEACHING TO THE NEW TESTAMENT
For the Lord Himself will
descend from heaven with a shout,
with the voice of an archangel,
and with the trumpet of God.
And the dead in Christ will rise first.
Then we who are alive and remain
shall be caught up together with them
in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air.
And thus we shall always be with the Lord.
-1 Thessalonians 4:16-17