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Published on Dec 15, 2013
The forgotten name for the Feast of Trumpets, or Rosh Hashanah, is Yom Teruah or "Day of Teruah". What does "Teruah" mean. Does it mean "Trumpets"? No it does not. The word Teruah appears to be a multi-faceted expression of alarm along with other elements like shouting, clashing of cymbals, all in a general Holy Spirit energized expression of joyful exaltation in the God of Israel. Only 1% of Google searches come in on this forgotten name, Yom Teruah. Why is the handle, "Yom Teruah", being side-lined? Why might Yom Teruah, the very next Feast of Israel to be fulfilled, be forgotten? And what might be the cause of this blockbuster future Day of Alarm? Is it time for this name, a wonderful name full of rich devotional and prophetic meaning, to be remembered?