One of the most powerful months of the Enochian calendar is the seventh month. This month is identified on the Gregorian calendar as September. The seventh month contains seven holy days of which a convocation is ordained by the Most High . The seven holy days consist of the four Sabbaths in the month, where we are instructed to remember and keep holy according to Exodus 20:8, including the Memorial Blowing of the Trumpets, The Day of Atonement, and Feast of Tabernacles.
The Memorial of the Blowing of the Trumpets was celebrated last week, it signifies a warning, the changing of the seasons and the triumphant coming of judgment by Yashaya (‘so-called Jesus). Looking at only two significant references of blowing of the trumpet which should always be remembered and be reminded of in this season. The first one is the specific battle won in Jericho by the grace and escort of the Most High as he walked with Joshua to victory Joshua 6. The second one is referenced in Revelation 8; where the seven angels are prepared to sound the trumpets. After each angel sounds their trumpet a great event occurs but not before the altar is filled with incense as a representation of the prayers of the saints before the throne. When we look at it from the perspective of the events of revelation the blowing of the trumpet continues to be a warning to those who have not yet readied themselves for the day of judgment. A call to repentance is implied.
The Day of Atonement begins at sundown Monday (Sept. 17th) night and ends at sundown Tuesday (Sept. 18th) night. This is the time of repentance, prayer and fasting. The conscious prayers for your sins of commission, omission, the struggles in your spirit you desire to overcome all accomplished by bringing ones flesh into submission. The flesh is afflicted and some even go without water. We do no work on this day, our focus is to be upon our spiritual status in the presence of the Most High. We consider these feast days as practice as we await the Mashiach’s return when we will join him in the kingdom.
The Feast of Tabernacles begins on the upcoming Sabbath (sundown Friday, September 21, 2018 -sundown Saturday, September 29, 2018) and is celebrated outdoors in tents for seven days. We do this in remembrance of the great Exodus lead by Moses in the wilderness. Where our people inhabited tents and the Most High cared for them daily. A time of great active care expressed by the Most High that he continues to do for his chosen people. Spend this phenomenal time in His presence preparing your heart, repenting, soul searching, forgiving others, submitting to his will and ways, and reaching for the healing of your spirit.
Shalawam (Shalom) Family
Caring enough to tell you the truth.