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Yom Teruah – Calling the Bride to Prepare ( Spread Out Your Wings ) [ AUDIO Only ]

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Scripture References Used
Lev 23:23-25, Matt 3:1-2, Ruth 3:8-11, Exod 40:19, Rev 19:9

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Yom Teruah ( יום תרועה ) – the Day for the Sounding ( or Blasting ) of the SHOFAR ( שׁוֹפָר ).
But the word Shofar is NOT in the Hebrew text. Where then is the SHOFAR? Listen and find out.

This is a day for a MEMORIAL ( or REMEMBRANCE ) of the TERUAH ( Zichron Teruah זִכְרוֹן תְּרוּעָה ) What does this mean?

We have another mystery hidden in the Hebrew letters here. What does YHWH יְהוָה ELohim אֱלֹהִים want us to SEE here? This is very important to know. Moreover, what does it teach us? If we want to be part of the True Bride of Messiah, we must learn this.

Then we actually find the Shofar ( שׁוֹפָר ) hidden somewhere else in the Hebrew words of other passages. And they are all related to THIS DAY – and to the CALLING of the BRIDE to PREPARE herself! It’s a great mystery about the SOUNDING of the Shofar, the REMEMBRANCE and the CALLING of the TRUE BRIDE, to prepare herself, and to rehearse, for the wedding.

In those days, John ( Yochanan יוֹחָנָן ) the Immerser, came preaching Repentance ( Teshuvah תשובה ) in the wilderness of Judea ( Yehudah יְהוּדָה ) and saying, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand! (Matt 3:1-2) WHEN was this? WHY is this important to know and understand? The Hebrew words reveal and teach these mysteries to us. By the way, did you know that Yochanan was actually using words directly from the Torah תוֹרה?

There is the Ark of the Covenant, the Mercy Seat with the Two Cheruvim covering it, the Tent of the Meeting, a Blue Cloth. We see that Moses RAISES UP the Tabernacle IN ONE DAY and spreads out the Tent over it. What is so prophetic and significant about these things? And how do they relate to the True Bride?

Ruth the Moabitess ( a non-Israelite, a gentile, a stranger / foreigner ) goes to the threshing floor and lays at the feet of an IsraELite, from the TRIBE of JUDAH ( Yehudah יְהוּדָה ), whose name is Boaz, her kinsman redeemer. He is a type and portrait of Yeshua the Messiah, the Lion of the TRIBE of JUDAH. And there we find a Tav ( ת ), the LAST letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Where is it?

Ruth appears, at midnight. Boaz is startled. She says something so prophetic and powerful to him: Spread Out ( oo-fah-rahs-tah וּפָרַשְׂתָּ ) Your Wings ( keh-nah-feh-chah כְנָפֶךָ ). What did she really mean by this? What did she do that is so critical for every believer to learn and understand, in order to become part of the True Bride of Messiah? There is a great mystery here hidden in the Hebrew.

What does Ruth and Boaz have to do with the True Bride – Redeemed IsraEL? What does what Ruth said ( in Hebrew ) have to do with Yom Teruah ( יום תרועה ) – the Day for the Sounding ( or Blasting ) of the Shofar ( שׁוֹפָר )?

The Scriptures open up, in Genesis, with a wedding on earth, with Adam, the son of ELohim אֱלֹהִים , and his bride, Eve ( Chava חַוָּה ) brought to him. The Scriptures end, in Revelation, with a wedding in heaven, Yeshua יֵשׁוּעַ, the Second Adam, the Son of ELohim אֱלֹהִים , and His Bride, the Kehilah, ( True IsraEL ) , brought to Him.

Blessed are THE CALLED ONES ( ha-Kih-roo-eem הַקִּרֻאִים ) [ not “invited” ] to the Marriage Banquet of the Lamb
(Rev 19:9). WHO is the True Bride? HOW does the True Bride actually prepare herself to become ready to be the Bride of Messiah? This great and important mystery is found and taught in the Hebrew words of the “Law” ( Torah תוֹרה ) ( Greek: Nomos νόμος ). There is revelation in the Torah תוֹרה and there is the Torah תוֹרה in the Book of Revelation!