Sunday Morning 9/5/10

We had a wonderful service this week.  I preached about the Feast of Trumpets because we are planning to hold a celebration later this week and I wanted to run a refresher for everyone regarding this day.  The sermon notes are pretty detailed for this one and I used a powerpoint during the service as well.  You can check out the powerpoint if you want by clicking on the link below and follow along with the notes as well.  Listen to the sermon by clicking on the play button below.  May God richly bless you through His Word

Sermon 9-5-10 Yom Teruah overview

The Feast of Yom Teruah

Sermon notes 9/5/10

  1. These are the Lord’s feasts – Lev. 23:1-2
    1. The spring feasts are prophetic of Christ’s first coming
      1. They were fulfilled on the exact days that the feasts occurred.
    2. The fall feasts are prophetic for Christ’s second coming
    3. We are looking at Yom Teruah
  2. There are several idioms for Yom Teruah in Scripture (Num 29:1 for this name) (slides 4-6)

    Yom – Day ; Teruah – acclamation of joy or a battle-cry; especially clangor of trumpets, blow an alarm; rejoicing, shouting

    1. The Day of the Awakening Blast
    2. The time of Jacob’s trouble”
    3. Yom HaDin (Day of Judgment/The Opening of the Books/Opening of the Gates)
    4. Yom HaKeseh (The Hidden Day)
    5. Ha Kiddushin/Nesuin (Wedding of the Messiah)
    6. Ha Melech (Coronation of the Messiah)
  3. Yom Teruah is spelled out in Leviticus 23:23,24
    1. It is a memorial – zaw-kar’ – means to mark (so as to be recognized) i.e. to remember; to mention; be mindful
      1. If the Lord has no remembrance of a person or nation they have been rejected by Him
        1. Luke 13:27, Matthew 7:23, Matthew 25:41-46, Mark 8:38, Luke 9:26
      2. We want to be remembered by the Lord
        1. Numbers 10:9, Malachi 3:16-18
      3. The trumpet of the Lord – 1 Cor. 14:8, Ps. 47:5, 1 Thes. 4:16, Zech. 9:14, Ps. 89:15
      4. Zephaniah 1:14-16
  4. The Day of the Awakening Blast
    1. Daniel 12:2 and Isaiah 26:19 show that this is not just a NT idea (resurrection)
      1. 1 Thessalonians 4:-13-18
      2. Notice the Feast of Trumpets images (shout, trumpet)
  5. The Hidden Day
    1. This feast is the only one celebrated at the first of the month
      1. It is kept as one long day and is the Hidden Day because no one knows the day or the hour when it will start. It is symbolically hidden even from Satan so that he would not be 100% aware of its arrival, but God has shown it to us. 1 Corinthians 2:8-10
      2. We are to be awake and alert (the Last Trump explanation)
        1. 1 Corinthians 15:51-53
    2. We are not supposed to be in the dark about it. (1 Thessalonians 5:1-5)
      1. He comes as a thief (Rev. 3:1-3)
        1. This is to the dead church
        2. Revelation 3:17,18 and 16:15
        3. The Thief in the night is a term for the High Priest
        4. Matthew 25:8-13
      2. We are supposed to be watching
        1. Luke 12:37-46 – The good servant is watching and the evil servant isn’t.
        2. Matthew 16:3 – Jesus tells them they should know the signs of the times
        3. 1 Thessalonians 5:1-5
        4. Ezekiel 33:2-7
        5. Jeremiah 6:10-19
        6. Isaiah 58:1
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