Starting the evening of September 13th the Feasts of Trumpets (Rosh Hashana) begins followed by the 10 Days of Awe. Shortly thereafter we enter into Sukkot or the Feasts of Tabernacles.
These feasts were introduced by God to the Hebrews. While we are no longer under the law these feasts serve as a powerful type of shadow pointing to God's divine plan (Heb. 8:5, 10:1, 2 Chron. 8:13 & Zech. 14:16).
Hebrews for Christian's provides a good study into the history and Hebraic meanings presented through the feasts. Click here for a lesson about Rosh Hashana and the Days of Awe. This is a good time for a Christian to reflect upon how he/she has stewarded his life in the past year and to prepare for the next year.
Click here for a study on the Feasts of Tabernacles. Tabernacles begins on the evening of September 27th this year. There is a strange phenomenon associated with the moon and this day. The moon will become three things at once on that evening. It will be a harvest moon, a blood moon and a super moon. All these things point to Jesus. Click here for "The Signs in Heaven Point to a Harvest & Christs' Return."