Shanah Tovah | An Ever-Blooming Year

Happy Rosh HaShanah… Good year…Shanah Tovah! May you be ever-blooming throughout each season of the (Jewish) new year! White is a traditional color used in this holiday to symbolize purity, forgiveness, and fresh beginnings or mercy. The rose featured in this photo is ‘Pristine’, a white hybrid-tea with hints of pink.

Rosh HaShanah | An Ever-Blooming New Year!

Happy Rosh HaShanah… Good year…May you be ever-blooming throughout each season of the new year! White is a traditional color used in this holiday to symbolize purity, forgiveness, and fresh beginnings or mercy. The rose featured in this photo is ‘Pristine’, a white hybrid-tea with hints of pink.

Have an Ever-Blooming Shana Tova (good year)!

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{a centerpiece featured at a Rosh Hashanah dinner}

 

Rosh Hashanah means head of the year. In Jewish tradition, it is the start of a new year. According to Leviticus 23:23-25 and Numbers 29:1-6, this holy holiday prescribed by the LORD is known as ‘Yom Teruah’ in Hebrew or ‘Feast of Trumpets’ in English. It is one of seven feasts those in covenant with Abba Father practice. Last night, I attended and participated in a Rosh Hashanah service, which included a feast, dancing, singing, and of course, many blasts of the shofar, a ram’s horn used as a trumpet in ancient Israel and today. There are many layers, depths, and prophetic implications to this ongoing, ever-blooming Feast of the LORD! To see a brief video capturing some of this special event as well as my thoughts from a Messianic perspective, click on the YouTube video below. Shana Tova!