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7th Month Report! New Moon Sighted in Israel! Happy Yom Teruah!

Shalom Everyone!

The New Moon has been sighted by many witnesses this evening in Israel! 🙂

The reports are still coming in as I write this!!!

The New Moon of the Seventh Month was sighted on Thursday, September 21st 2017. This means that Yom Teruah/Feast of Trumpets is starting at sunset on Thursday September 21st and goes through Friday, September 22nd 2017.

Yom Teruah Sameach!!! Happy Feast of Trumpets Y’all! 🙂

You can see the new moon very faintly about an inch above the electrical lines in the image below!

Photo Credit to: Lea Fitchlee

Date Sighted:  Thursday, September 21st 2017.

Time Sighted: 7.22pm Jerusalem, Israel time.

Sighted By: David, Emily, Briana, Victor, Isabel, Rebeka, Moshe, Natanyah & Giliyah Varela, Lea, Eli and Michael Fitchlee, Devorah Gordon and many other observers in Israel!

Place Sighted: Jerusalem, Israel.

Month: This is the 7th Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as (Tishri)!

For those of you who were asking about the rest of the feast dates for this season, I have listed them below!

Day of Trumpets/Yom Teruah: Friday, September 22nd
Day of Atonements/Yom Kippurim: Sunday, October 1st
Feast of Tabernacles/Sukkot: Friday, October 6th -Thursday, October 12th
Last Great Day: Friday, October 13th

Sound the Trumpets and make ready for the day of Trumpets is at hand!

May you all have a very blessed Holy Day and a very joyous extended Feast Season!

Shalom,
Brother Mark Harris

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  1. Tracy Johnson

    When is the last trumpet blown? And what time? Happy New year and come quickly Messiah!

  2. G

    Thank you!

  3. James

    Come quickly King of Kings

  4. Jay Williams

    Thank you so much for sending out these notices to the body of Messiah. It’s a real blessing!

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