Zola taught about Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. A day of celebration and merriment, it is also a time when the seriousness of sin begins to weigh on the hearts of the Jewish people. We saw how the ceremonial horns—shofars—are made. Left Behind author Tim LaHaye gave insights about what will happen when the last trumpet sounds.
Series: “The Holy Days of Our Lord (2012)”
with Myles and Katharine Weiss
On location in Israel, we created this presentation of the holidays our Lord celebrated. Given to Moses on Mt. Sinai, these celebrations comprise one of the most fascinating studies of Biblical types and shadows. Since knowledge of these feasts seems to repose mainly with Jewish people, whether Messianic or other, we wanted to acquaint our large audience with this information. Few churches or seminaries teach what we take up in this series. Below are descriptions of each program.
Caption transcript for The Holy Days of Our Lord (2012): “Trumpets” (6/11)
00:03 IT IS WRITTEN IN THE SCRIPTURES THAT WE SHOULD JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM THREE TIMES A YEAR.