Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Celebrating Rosh Hashanah ~ The Jewish New Year!

To all my Jewish friends out there...Happy Rosh Hashanah!!!  Watch this super FUN video!!! Love it!!!  :-)

Rosh Hashanah and T’ruah
In Traditional Judaism, Rosh Hashanah “Head of the Year” or originally called Yom T’ruah “Day of Trumpets” or “Blowing,” is celebrated as The Jewish New Years Day. The Holiday is observed on the first two days of Tishri (which begins tonight), and marks the beginning of a 10 day prayer, self examination and repentance which culminates on Yom Kippur. These 10 Days are referred to as Yamim Norai’m “The Days of Awe” or more commonly called “The High Holy Days.” Rosh Hashanah also commemorates The Creation of the universe, “the great Catching Away” commonly called “The Rapture”.

Readings for Rosh Hashanah
Torah (First 5 Books of the Bible): Beresheet (Genesis) 21:1-34; Bamidbar (Numbers) 29:1-6

Haftarah (Prophets): Sh’mu’el Aleph (1 Samuel) 1:1-2:10       

Brit’ Chadashah (New Covenant): 1 Thessalonians (1 Thessalonians) 4:13-18

For further study on Rosh Hashanah, click the links below :

High Holidays and the Gospel

Shav’ua Tov!!! (Have a Good Week!!!)

**A special thank you to my FB friend Word מלה   Millah  for providing the above information **

God Bless!
T Denise Clary


Anonymous said...

Love the video for Rosh haShanah. And a good year to you and your family, Denise.

T Denise Clary said...

Thank you so much Sylvia! To you and your family as well!! :-)

Anna C said...

adorable video! love your blog:)

Anna C.

T Denise Clary said...

Thanks Anna!! ;-)