REMINDER: Be Waiting for The New Moon Report of The Seventh Month! Yom Teruah Coming Upon US!

Shalom Brethren!

Yom Teruah (The Feast OF Trumpets) coming up soon.

The earliest the new moon is expected to be sighted is Sunday, October 6th. So mark your calendars and Get time off work so we can celebrate this TIME with YHWH! If it is not sighted on Sunday, then by Default Monday evening, October 7th, Through Tuesday October 8th, will be Yom Teruah!

Happy Holy day Season!
Brother Mark Harris


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    • Laura Ellen on October 6, 2013 at 6:43 pm
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    Praise the Lord – YHWH!!! There’s still time for Him to come and take us Home!!! Please let us know if you hear of anything “interesting” happening from the Holy Land. Thank you so very much dear brother for all your work for the love of Jesus – Yeshua! Bless you! 🙂

    • Ken Petzold on October 6, 2013 at 5:50 pm
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    So thankful for your ministry.
    Good friends of ours, told us their six-year-old son had a dream last night of hearing loud trumpets blowing. Then they had a party (only without candy). The party was in heaven.
    The parents, while telling their boys about the feast of trumpets, never mentioned the rapture connection.
    I thought this was very interesting.
    Can you let me know when they see the new moon? Thanks again.

    1. It’s BEEN SIGHTED!

        • Laura Ellen on October 6, 2013 at 6:09 pm
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        Wow!!! That’s amazing that they can see it almost 4 hours after sunset (Jerusalem time)!!! Is that unusual? Oh my gosh!!!

        1. See The Update here…It was actually first sighted at 6:23 pm Jerusalem Time!

          • Laura Ellen on October 6, 2013 at 6:15 pm
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          Oh, I’m still confused. So Yom Teruah starts whenever the sun set’s in our own time zones, only after the New Moon has been sighted in Jerusalem first? I hope I got that right! Sorry for my stupidity – I’m still learning! Maranatha!!! 🙂

          1. Yes. You are Correct! We keep all Holy Days of YHWH as they come to us. So now that the New Moon has been Sighted in Jerusalem, Whenever Sunset hits your area, that will be when it is starting for you!

    • chwilowki on October 6, 2013 at 5:14 pm
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    Good site! I really love how it is simple on my eyes and the data are well written. I’m wondering how I might be notified when a new post has been made. I have subscribed to your feed which must do the trick! Have a nice day!

  1. Mark, we’re ready and waiting!
    Our ministry has prepared a 4-video series for those before & after the Rapture giving evidence to help refute the great delusion. The third video goes into length about the signs in the heavens (feast of trumpets and Rev 12 constellations). If you have a chance, check it out!

      • Laura Ellen on October 6, 2013 at 6:02 pm
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      Thank you for this, Daniel! I will have Mark’s website here, your web page with the videos just mentioned, and some other pertinent web sites left up on my laptop, just in case, so if we’re Raptured out of here soon whoever opens up my laptop will hopefully read what I have left open! I have also left letters, instructions, Bible verses, and the Rapture and Trib info for any family members who come looking for me. I have 2 daughters – one saved and one not. I’m asking for prayer for the Lord’s Grace and Mercy over my unsaved daughter and for her heart and mind to be transformed. Thank you so very much! Keep looking up!!! 🙂 ~ Laura

    • Laura Ellen on October 6, 2013 at 2:58 pm
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    Question for you, Mark – When trying to sight the New Moon, I believe they start around sunset, Jerusalem time. Do they keep looking for it into the evening and through the night, or do they stop at a certain point and just call it for the next day, and at what point do they stop looking for it? When the sun starts rising? Thank you!!!

    1. Hi Laura! Some people go a few hours before sunset and then they watch to see if they can see the moon. It has to be dark enough to be able to see the light sliver so it is usually sighted around Sunset time. You only have a little bit of time to sight the moon before it sets and then you have to just wait till the next day. The next evening they have to do it the same way, because you cannot see it until the sun is setting, but before the moon sets. So there is a small window of time that varies from each time of the year. I hope this answers your question! Blessings!

        • Laura Ellen on October 6, 2013 at 5:55 pm
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        Ok, Mark! I get it now! I thought that the moon would be rising, instead it’s setting with the sun! Got it! So by default, then Yom Teruah will be tomorrow at sunset? Thanks for being patient with me! God bless you! 🙂

        1. It was sighted today Sunday, October 6th. That means tonight starts Tom Teruah!

    • Laura Ellen on October 5, 2013 at 10:54 pm
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    Prepared for tomorrow morning, from the state of Virginia, to look for the New Moon sighted from the Temple Mount for the Last Trump, the Great Shout from Heaven to come on up!!! Whether it’s tomorrow, or the next day, or next year, I will be watching, praying, and ready! Come soon, dear Lord Jesus, come soon!!!

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