Blow your shofars and give shouts on this holiday! Rosh Hashanah means “Head Of The Year” but God defined this holiday as the Day Of Trumpets or Shouting from the Hebrew Teruah meaning to make a loud noise or shout, typically with a shofar or trumpet (Leviticus 23:23-25; Numbers 29:1).
Shofar blasts are used to establish and affirm, like the soundings made to announce a new king (1 Kings 1:39). With these things in mind, Yom Teruah is not meant to just be a new year, but actually the Head of a New Age – to establish Jesus Christ’s reign as King of Kings and Lord of Lords. So give trumpet blasts with shouts of Hurrah for God’s Kingdom and our Lord as King Eternal.
Hallelujah Adonai Yahushua! Hallelujah Lord Jesus!
“With trumpets and the sound of the shofar shout for joy before the King, Adonai!” (Psalm 98:6 CJB)