Updated: Sep 23, 2021
Rosh Hashanah starts on Monday, September 6 at sundown and continues through nightfall on Wednesday, September 8. A day my Jewish friends celebrate the creation of Adam and Eve, and it is celebrated as the head of the Jewish year. “Shanah Tovah!” (“A Good New Year!”)
What a momentous day in history for humankind, for it doesn’t matter what your religious affiliation might be, we should celebrate the beginning of humanity. Father God loves his creation, and we should remember why we are here on earth every day of our lives. We are to spread the goodness of Jesus Christ as the coming Messiah if you are a Messianic Jewish person or Christian individual. Time is running out for us on earth as more disasters and human plagues encompass the planet. Nevertheless, we should look around and see that the appointed time for Christ’s return is around the corner, so celebrate the New Year with our cousins and sound the ram’s horn and spread the Good News of Messiah Yeshua. Psalm 145:18 “The LORD is near to all who call Him, to all who call Him with sincerity.” Read Just the Edge of God.