Prepare Your Heart for New Beginnings in 5778
As we approach the Jewish year 5778 and the Fall Feasts, we are preparing our hearts for an awakening. We hope you will join us for these divine events!
We are excited here at Curt Landry Ministries, to usher in the Head of the Year—Rosh Hashanah, with a loud blast; a time of atonement on Yom Kippur; and a celebration of abiding with the Holy Spirit on Sukkot. As we meet for these Fall Feasts, we remember and celebrate these appointed times!
The Year 5778
Nothing is by accident, as God’s design is perfect and intentional. This year, look at what the numbers represent…
- The number five represents “grace.”
• The number seven represents “perfection.”
• The number eight represents “new beginnings.”
As Believers, we can look forward to this year, as we are born again—a new creation in Yeshua—just as the number eight represents.
“He has put a new song in my mouth—praise to our God; many will see it and fear, and will trust in the Lord.”—Psalm 40:3
How will you prepare for YOUR new beginning?
Join us as we prepare our hearts, minds and souls for what God has instore for us this coming year.
Rosh Hashanah — The Feast of Trumpets: The Jewish New Year
- Service: Wednesday, September 20th, 7:00pm CT (doors open at 6:00 pm)
As the head of the year is brought in with a blast from the ram’s horn (shofar), it is intended to revive our senses and look ahead to the new year with promises of a renewed spirit. The focus is on God’s sovereignty, decrees and truth.
Yom Kippur — The Day of Atonement: The Holiest Day of the Year
- Service: Friday, September, 29th 7:45 pm CT (doors open at 6:30pm)
- Immersion: Saturday, September 30th, 1:00 pm CT (doors open at Noon)
Many consider Yom Kippur the most important holiday and holiest day of the year. Leviticus 16 refers to this day as “affliction to your souls” and atonement is made for God’s children. While this is a time of repentance and godly sorrow, as Believers, we can also rejoice, as we understand we serve a merciful God, who is faithful to forgive when we return to Him.
Sukkot—The Feast of Tabernacles—a Pilgrim Feast
- Service: Wednesday, October 4th, 7:00 pm CT (doors open at 6:00pm)
Sukkot is a seven-night festival that commemorates the Israelite’s journey in the desert. It is one of the three pilgrim feasts. Jewish men were required to journey to Jerusalem and bring an offering to the Lord. During this celebration, families observe this time by building and dwelling in temporary shelters as their ancestors would have done in the wilderness. These shelters remind us of God’s protection and provision.
Be encouraged as you sing a new song for a new beginning in 5778!
“Oh, sing to the Lord a new song! For He has done marvelous things; His right hand and His holy arm have gained Him the victory. The Lord has made known His salvation; His righteousness He has revealed in the sight of the nations. He has remembered His mercy and His faithfulness to the house of Israel; all the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God.”—Psalm 98:1-3
We hope you join us as we ring in the New Year with a shofar blast!
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