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  • 02:02

    A Special Rosh Hashanah Worship, Praise, & Prayer Show

    in Self Help

    The Lord’s Feast, Rosh Hashanh should be Honored by Gentiles Today!


    Rosh Hashanah is not a Jewish Holiday Day. Ephesians 3:6 states, “That the Gentiles should be fellowheirs, and of the same body, and partakers of his promise in Christ by the gospel.” It is one of the Lord’s Festival as mentioned in Leviticus 23:4. It is a one day event according to Leviticus 23:24-25, which states, “Speak unto the children of Israel, saying in the seventh month, in the first day of the month, shall ye had a Sabbath, a memorial of blowing of trumpets, an holy convocation. Ye shall do no servile work there in, but ye shall offer an offering made by fire unto the LORD.” It is also mentioned in Leviticus 29:1-6. The ceremonial offerings do not occur, but an offering/sin offering should be given. It begins at sundown on 9/24 and ends on sundown on 9/25.


    The Torah also refers to Yom Teru’ah by the name Zicharon Teruah.  The word teru’ah has many potential meanings. One of them is “shouting” and another of them is a “blast” of a horn (including the shofar). Karaites generally believe that the word “teru’ah” means shouting and Yom Teru’ah means “Day of Shouting” – as in “shouting in prayer.”  


    Join us as we shout in prayer on our daily calls and blow the shofar. The sound of the shofar denotes the presence of God. It is a silent prayer. It is the breath of God going over your life & you will never be the same.


     PARENTS/GUARDIANS, BRING YOUR CHILREN ON THE FRIDAY DAILY PRAYER CALLS AT 9 A.M., NOON, & 3 P.M. EST CALL 712-432-1500 A.C. 437482#  AND THEN AT NIGHT FOR THE BLESSING!

  • 02:11

    Rosh HaShanah - Erev

    in Religion

    Our Erev Rosh HaShanah service with Rabbi Shafir Lobb and Cantorial Soloist Laura Berkman.  We welcome 5774 with prayer, mediatation and melody entertwined.  Please join us!

  • 00:37

    How Can Christians Celebrate Rosh Hashanah?

    in Religion

    Have you ever wondered about the meaning of Rosh Hashanah, or the Feast of Trumpets? Have you ever wished for a way you, too, could celebrate this important Jewish holiday? Well now you can.


    Tonight's episode includes a discussion of the elements of Rosh Hashanah, with an explanation of how Christians can celebrate it, including prayers.


    May you be inscribed and sealed for a sweet New Year!


     

  • 01:11

    Rosh Hashanah Celebration - Carla Lynne Hall

    in Judaism

    Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are considered the two most sacred Jewish holdays, and are known as the High Holy Days.  The importance of Rosh Hashanah is not only in celebrating the New Year, but also in remembrance, judgment, and blowing the Shofar.


    Today, you can learn about these two significant Jewish holidays, and test your knowledge.  We are giving our friend, Carla Lynne Hall, trivia questions and riddles about these holidays.  Carla is not Jewish, and folks, you need not be Jewish to appreciate the show today.   


    On Sept. 26, we have Carla Lynne Hall back with us to talk about reflections, forgiveness and gratitude.         http://www.tobtr.com/s/6949409


     

  • 03:01

    Biblical Principles of Rosh Hashanah w Terri Hill

    in Religion

    Biblical Principles of Rosh Hashanah w Terri Hill


    Join Kenneth, John and Cathy in the chat room as they discuss the crescendo of apocalyptic headlines that we all see are leading rapidly toward the riding of the Revelation 6 "Pale Horse" and start of World War III.  Tonight we will also welcome back to the program sister Terri Hill.  With Rosh Hashanah upon us now, sister Terri will share with us some inspiring words on a deeper understanding of this High Holy Day.  


    God Bless You - See you there!

  • 01:05

    Rosh Hashanah - The Jewish New Year

    in Judaism

    Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are considered the two most sacred Jewish holidays, and are known as the "High Holy Days".  The importnce of Rosh Hashanah is not only in celebrating the New Year, but also remembrance, judgment, and blowing the Shofar.  Unlike most holidays, the origin of these two holidays is strictly religious and has nothing to do with noting any historical events.
    It is a great time to pray for peace in Israel and other parts of the world.  Pam Thompson will give insight into what the Bible tells us about the land of Israel which was promised to the Jews.  Let us support Israel and pray it forward.

  • 01:16

    Torah Study/Rosh HaShanah

    in Judaism

    Evening discussion on Torah portion and the arrival of Rosh HaShanah! All are welcome to join in the study.

  • 01:01

    Rosh Hashanah - Jewish New Year - Carla Lynne Hall

    in Self Help

    Rosh Hashanah is a two-day celebration of the Jewish New Year.  Eight days after that, we have Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, Thus, the High Holidays are these two different holidays, separated over the course of 10 days.  On Yesterday's show, we had trivia questions and riddles, designed to give you an overview of these holidays.  Carla Lynne Hall, who is not Jewish, was our special guest and she did great!    http://www.tobtr.com/s/6944503


    Today, Carla Lynne Hall is back with us as we delve into gratitude, reflection and forgiveness, notable for this solemn time for Jews and for people of all religions anytime.  As Carla will tell you,  you don't have to be Jewish to appreciate the Jewish traditions, the holidays, and this special show.   

  • 01:46

    Rosh HaShanah Morning service

    in Judaism

    Our Rosh Hashanah celebration continues with our morning service.  Musical, celebratory, meaningful, inclusive and welcoming.  This year's service is being held at Atria Compana del Rio so that the residents there might join with us.
    Please join us there or on this broadcast.

  • 01:54

    Erev Rosh HaShanah Services

    in Judaism

    Please join us for these services as we welcome the Jewish New Year with our meaningful, beautiful musical services.  We are celebratory and enjoy both our Jewishness and Life.  We are inclusive and welcoming and participatory.
    This year the Rosh HaShanah services are being held at Atria Compana del Rio so that the residents thre might join us.
    Please join us there or on this broadcast as we welcom 5772.

  • 01:00

    Rosh Hashanah 2010

    in News

    Hear a story from teacher of Hebraic Roots, Dan Fraley on this very important time and also hear the blowing of the Shofar. We are living in exciting times for the coming of the Lord draws near--can you feel it in your soul? Hope you are ready because if not it maybe be a time of horror for those "left behind." Til then we occupy until He comes. Listen and learn what does Rosh Hashanah mean for you.