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Discussion in 'Messianic Judaism' started by visionary, Feb 1, 2019.

  1. visionary

    visionary Your God is my God... Ruth said, so say I. Supporter

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    Trumpets were also used for Coronation Ceremonies. In the Scriptures, the trumpet is sounded at the coronation of a king. The trumpet announces the newly crowned King and proclaims his ascent to sovereignty. It is well illustrated in the coronation contest for David's throne. So it wouldn‘t surprise me that this is when the Yeshua is crowned in Heaven as our King.

    Zadok the priest took the horn of oil from the sacred tent and anointed Solomon. Then they sounded the trumpet and all the people shouted, "Long live King Solomon!" Only the King of Kings can take The Book out of the Hand of God. As one of the elders told John the Revelator, the Lion out of the tribe of Judah, and the root of David, has prevailed to open the book, and to loose the seven seals thereof. He came and took the book out of the right hand of him that sat upon the throne.

    So the coronation of the King of the Universe, our Lord Yeshua could occur during the Feast of Trumpets or on the Day of Atonement when He is handed all dominions. The last message pure and swift riding and striking the heart with arrows of convictions dead on the mark by the one who has been given the crown.


    According to ancient Jewish tradition, the first day of the seventh month is the yearly anniversary of God's completion of creation. As such, it is also the New Year's Day of the Biblical Calendar. This New Year's Day aspect is reflected in the festival's common Hebrew name: Rosh Hashanah. The first day of the seventh month marks and remembers the anniversary of the completion of creation as well as the day that Yeshua becomes King over the new creation in us. Yeshua never denied that He was the King of the Jews or the Universe.
     
  2. visionary

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    Therefore, the sound of the trumpet on the Feast of Trumpets is a remembrance of the coronation of the King of the Universe, and it symbolizes our acceptance of God as King. As with any Kingdom, the law of the land is pronounced and proclaimed throughout the kingdom and to all the citizens.345 The day will come when God will reveal His Kingdom and its laws by which all nations on earth will be judged. It will be a hard day for those who have rebelled against God‘s Law, but it will be a day of rejoicing for those who have believed in God and in His Kingdom coming.

    It was at Mount Sinai when God descended upon the mount in Exodus 19, that there was a heavenly trumpet sounding loud and long. The sound of the trumpet at Sinai was one of the miraculous signs that accompanied the giving of the Ten Commandments and the invitation to covenant with God.

    Therefore, the sound of the trumpet on Feast of Trumpets is a remembrance of that day at Mount Sinai when Israel accepted her covenant with God. Later when Joshua came to the Promised Land, it was lead by the priests carrying the Ark of the Covenant with seven trumpets blowing.
     
  3. visionary

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    Trumpets were used to give warnings. In ancient Israel, a watchman blew a trumpet to sound an alarm when danger was approaching; just the way civil defense sirens are used in our modern world for natural disasters like tornados approaching and invasions. When the Israelite heard the sound of the trumpet, he knew to take note of some imminent danger. Ezekiel employs this image by comparing the words of the prophets to the sound of the trumpet warning. These warning in the form of trumpets from God are not to be trifled with. It will be on your own head for not taking warning seriously.
    If a person heard the words of the prophet but did not take warning from them, it will be his own fault when the trouble comes. The sound of the trumpet on Feast of Trumpets is a remembrance of the need to take warning from the words of the prophets.

    The Feast of Trumpets is usually now observed on not one but on two consecutive days. The (Jewish) day begins at sundown and ends just before sundown the next day. Similarly, the months were calculated from the New Moon. The only Feast of Trumpets is the only feast that is set apart based the time of the new moon. Since Feast of Trumpets is the only appointed feast that begins on the first day of the month that makes it easy to know. As we are trying to narrow the field as to when is the soon return of Yeshua, it is important to remember what Yeshua said, ―No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.

    The next verse tells us He is speaking about the day of His coming. No one knew for sure whether the New Moon (the first day of the new month) would fall at the end of the 30th day or the 31st day. They had to wait until they saw the moon's crescent. We know that the Lord's coming will be signaled by a trumpet blast, the sound of a ram's horn. In the same way, the sound of the ram's horn ushers in the Feast of Trumpets. This is why this festival is celebrated for two days because of the uncertainty of the correct calendar day. Each new month was solemnly proclaimed to begin by the priests only after two witnesses testified to the appearance of the crescent of the moon.

    The trumpet was blown as a battle cry during sieges and assaults. When the soldiers heard the trumpet, they knew to initiate the attack. The prophets invoke the battle cry of the trumpet as they repeatedly warn of the impending destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple. One of the most famous was the fall of the wall at Jericho and the seven trumpets soundings.
     
  4. visionary

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    There is to be another time that the trumpet will sound and it is coming upon us here in the near future. 350 Disaster following disaster, until the whole world will lie in ruins, all human shelters will be gone. Wars and rumors of wars will keep it from ever being peace anywhere in the world. The sealing of destiny are illustrated and announced with trumpets.

    There were trumpets that were made out of the horn of a ram. The most famous ram in the Bible is the ram of Genesis 22 which was sacrificed in Isaac's place. These that were sealed under the fifth seal, and told to wait for their brethren, could easily be waiting for holy city tread under foot forty and two months.

    Remember we are in the middle of a war here and the dragon, old Satan himself knows his time is short and will go after those who believe and live what they believe. These people are not an organization but individuals who keep the commandments of God, and have the testimony of Yeshua.

    Watchmen are people who stood on the wall and are guarding the truth, the people from danger. They speak up and it is called blowing a trumpet to sound an alarm when danger was approaching a city. When the city inhabitants heard the sound of the trumpet, they were frightened of what unknown danger might be about to befall them. Amos employs this image of the fear inspired by the trumpet blast when he says, ―If a trumpet is blown in a city, will not the people tremble?

    The danger which approaches on Feast of Trumpets is God himself as he readies the heavenly court for judgement. In Jewish observance, the intervening days between the Feast of Trumpets and the Day of Atonement are called the "Awesome Days."

    On the Day of Atonement, there will be the coming of the Lord to His temple, your mind. The second coming, and the coming of the Lord to His temple, is distinct and separate events. The Day of Atonement is the coming to His temple and the Feast of Tabernacles is the second coming. The coming of the Lord to His temple, Malachi foretells as the judgment. Before the Lord comes to the temple, he will send ―my messenger‖ to prepare the way just as John the Baptist prepared the way with a call to repentance before Yeshua began His ministry.

    Malachi with these words prophetically pointed out that this coming will be harder to abide by for some. It will be for the believers, the messenger of the covenant that they have waited for: ―Behold, I will send my messenger, and he shall prepare the way before me:

    Jeremiah 4:19-21; Revelation 6:4
    Revelation 6:9
    Revelation 11:2
    353 Revelation 12:17 354 Amos 3:6
     
  5. visionary

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    Therefore, the sound of the trumpet on Feast of Trumpets is a remembrance to fear God. As Zephaniah says it will be a day of wrath, darkness, gloom and alarm. Because the Feast of Trumpets is the New Year's Day (that is the anniversary of the completion of creation) it is also towards the end of the heavenly fiscal year. As at the end of our calendar year, New Years Day is the day when the ledgers must be settled. On the Feast of Trumpets, the books of judgement are opened and all the deeds of each person are reviewed by the heavenly court for judgement. Ten days later, on Day of Atonement, everyone's name will be written and sealed for final judgement in either the Book of Life or Book of Dead.

    This imagery is reflected in Revelation where John sees the ultimate and final Day of Judgment which will be after the one thousand years. On the Day of Judgment, Day of Atonement, the righteous are written in the Book of Life. The wicked are written in the Book of Death. The intervening days between Feast of Trumpets and Day of Atonement are traditionally regarded as prime-time to sway the heavenly court's decision through serious prayer, repentance and acts of charity.

    Therefore, the sound of the trumpet on the Feast of Trumpets is a remembrance of Judgement at the hands of heaven. One of the most famous trumpet reference out of all the prophets is ―And it will be on that day when a great trumpet will be blown, the perishing in the land will come, and they will worship before the LORD on the Holy Mountain in Jerusalem.
     
  6. shilohsfoal

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    Revelation 11:4 These witnesses are the two olive trees and the two lampstands that stand before the Lord of the earth.

    I believe they are two churches becauae Yeshua said a candlestick is a church.

    Revelation 1:20 This is the mystery of the seven stars you saw in My right hand and of the seven golden lampstands: The seven stars are the angels of the seven churches, and the seven lampstands are the seven churches.

    I believe Yeshuas definition of a candlestick.
     
  7. Kaon

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    Are you sure it's two people/entities?

    Hosea 1:11.... "Judah & Israel"...

    The two lamps... the two pillars. .


    Israel (all tribes = nation) is a people.
     
  8. visionary

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    Trumpets were also used for Coronation Ceremonies. In the Scriptures, the trumpet is sounded at the coronation of a king. The trumpet announces the newly crowned King and proclaims his ascent to sovereignty. It is well illustrated in the coronation contest for David's throne. [1] So it wouldn’t surprise me that this is when the Yeshua is crowned in Heaven as our King.

    Zadok the priest took the horn of oil from the sacred tent and anointed Solomon. Then they sounded the trumpet and all the people shouted, "Long live King Solomon!" Only the King of Kings can take The Book out of the Hand of God. As one of the elders told John the Revelator, the Lion out of the tribe of Judah, and the root of David, has prevailed to open the book, and to loose the seven seals thereof.[2] He came and took the book out of the right hand of him that sat upon the throne.

    So the coronation of the King of the Universe, our Lord Yeshua could occur during the Feast of Trumpets or on the Day of Atonement when He is handed all dominions.[3]

    The last message pure and swift riding and striking the heart with arrows of convictions dead on the mark by the one who has been given the crown.


    [1] 1 Kings 1:39
    [2] Revelation 5:7
    [3] Psalm 47:5; Psalm 98:6
     
  9. visionary

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    "one head"
     
  10. visionary

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    According to ancient Jewish tradition, the first day of the seventh month is the yearly anniversary of God's completion of creation. As such, it is also the New Year's Day of the Biblical Calendar. This New Year's Day aspect is reflected in the festival's common Hebrew name: Rosh Hashanah. The first day of the seventh month marks and remembers the anniversary of the completion of creation as well as the day that Yeshua becomes King over the new creation in us. Yeshua never denied that He was the King of the Jews or the Universe.[1]

    Therefore, the sound of the trumpet on the Feast of Trumpets is a remembrance of the coronation of the King of the Universe, and it symbolizes our acceptance of God as King. As with any Kingdom, the law of the land is pronounced and proclaimed throughout the kingdom and to all the citizens.[2] The day will come when God will reveal His Kingdom and its laws by which all nations on earth will be judged. It will be a hard day for those who have rebelled against God’s Law, but it will be a day of rejoicing for those who have believed in God and in His Kingdom coming.

    It was at Mount Sinai when God descended upon the mount in Exodus 19, that there was a heavenly trumpet sounding loud and long. The sound of the trumpet at Sinai was one of the miraculous signs that accompanied the giving of the Ten Commandments and the invitation to covenant with God.

    The two witnesses will be announcing Yeshua's coronation. All earthly kings will freak and harden their hearts like the Pharaoh of Egypt. It will be a showdown like this earth has never seen before.
    [1] Matthew 27:11; Matthew 27:37; Hebrews 12:2; 2 Peter 1:11
    [2] Nehemiah 8:1-3; Nehemiah 8:8; Nehemiah 8:11-12
     
  11. visionary

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    Therefore, the sound of the trumpet on Feast of Trumpets is a remembrance of that day at Mount Sinai when Israel accepted her covenant with God. Later when Joshua came to the Promised Land, it was lead by the priests carrying the Ark of the Covenant with seven trumpets blowing.[1]

    The two witnesses will be announcing to the world to look up... Prepare to meet your maker.
    Revelation 11:19
    Then the temple of God was opened in heaven, and the ark of His covenant was seen in His temple. And there were lightnings, noises, thunderings, an earthquake, and great hail.
    [1] Joshua 6:6
     
  12. visionary

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    Trumpets were used to give warnings. In ancient Israel, a watchman blew a trumpet to sound an alarm when danger was approaching; just the way civil defense sirens are used in our modern world for natural disasters like tornados approaching and invasions. When the Israelite heard the sound of the trumpet, he knew to take note of some imminent danger. Ezekiel employs this image by comparing the words of the prophets to the sound of the trumpet warning. These warning in the form of trumpets from God are not to be trifled with. It will be on your own head for not taking warning seriously. [1]

    If a person heard the words of the prophet but did not take warning from them, it will be his own fault when the trouble comes. The sound of the trumpet on Feast of Trumpets is a remembrance of the need to take warning seriously from the words of the prophets aka the two witnesses of the last days.


    [1] Ezekiel 33:4
     
  13. visionary

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    The Feast of Trumpets is usually now observed on not one but on two consecutive days. The (Jewish) day begins at sundown and ends just before sundown the next day. Similarly, the months were calculated from the New Moon. The only Feast of Trumpets is the only feast that is set apart based the time of the new moon. Since Feast of Trumpets is the only appointed feast that begins on the first day of the month that makes it easy to know. As we are trying to narrow the field as to when is the soon return of Yeshua, it is important to remember what Yeshua said, “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.”[1]

    The next verse tells us He is speaking about the day of His coming. No one knew for sure whether the New Moon (the first day of the new month) would fall at the end of the 30th day or the 31st day. They had to wait until they saw the moon's crescent. We know that the Lord's coming will be signaled by a trumpet blast, the sound of a ram's horn. In the same way, the sound of the ram's horn ushers in the Feast of Trumpets. This is why this festival is celebrated for two days because of the uncertainty of the correct calendar day. Each new month was solemnly proclaimed to begin by the priests only after two witnesses testified to the appearance of the crescent of the moon. [2] This is the job of the two witnesses, and this is the job of the literal two witnesses of Revelation.


    [1] Matt 24:36
    [2] Revelation 11:3
     
  14. visionary

    visionary Your God is my God... Ruth said, so say I. Supporter

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    The trumpet was blown as a battle cry during sieges and assaults. When the soldiers heard the trumpet, they knew to initiate the attack. The prophets invoke the battle cry of the trumpet as they repeatedly warn of the impending destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple. One of the most famous was the fall of the wall at Jericho and the seven trumpets soundings. The last temple will be the last stronghold on God's people, and this is where they make it or break it with the world and join with God's people. It is the last illusion, deception, and con job by the world's biggest religious leader all in the efforts to hold the people captive. This is where the two witnesses go toe to toe like Elijah against all the leaders of Baal.

    There is to be another time that the trumpet will sound and it is coming upon us here in the near future. [1] Disaster following disaster, until the whole world will lie in ruins, all human shelters will be gone. Wars and rumors of wars will keep it from there ever being peace anywhere in the world. The sealing of destiny are illustrated and announced with trumpets and by the two witnesses.[2] There were trumpets that were made out of the horn of a ram. The most famous ram in the Bible is the ram of Genesis 22 which was sacrificed in Isaac's place. These that were sealed under the fifth seal, and told to wait for their brethren, could easily be waiting for holy city tread under foot forty and two months.[3] Remember we are in the middle of a war here and the dragon, old Satan himself knows his time is short and will go after those who believe and live what they believe. These people are not a organization but individuals who keep the commandments of God, known as the remnant of her seed, and have the testimony of
    Yeshua. [4]


    [1] Jeremiah 4:19-21; Revelation 6:4
    [2] Revelation 6:9
    [3] Revelation 11:2

    [4] Revelation 12:17
     
  15. visionary

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    Watchmen are people who stood on the wall and are guarding the truth, the people from danger. They speak up and it is called blowing a trumpet to sound an alarm when danger was approaching a city. Here is where God's people echo what the two witnesses are telling them. When the city inhabitants heard the sound of the trumpet, they were frightened of what unknown danger might be about to befall them. Amos employs this image of the fear inspired by the trumpet blast when he says, “If a trumpet is blown in a city, will not the people tremble?”[1]

    The danger which approaches on Feast of Trumpets is God himself as he readies the heavenly court for judgement. In Jewish observance, the intervening days between the Feast of Trumpets and the Day of Atonement are called the "Awesome Days."

    On the Day of Atonement, there will be the coming of the Lord to His temple, your mind. The second coming, and the coming of the Lord to His temple, is distinct and separate events. The Day of Atonement is the coming to His temple and the Feast of Tabernacles is the second coming. The coming of the Lord to His temple, Malachi foretells as the judgment. Before the Lord comes to the temple, he will send “my messenger” to prepare the way just as John, the Baptist prepared the way with a call to repentance before Yeshua began His ministry.


    [1] Amos 3:6
     
  16. visionary

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    Malachi with these words prophetically pointed out that this coming will be harder to abide by for some. It will be for the believers, the messenger of the covenant that they have waited for: “Behold, I will send my messenger, and he shall prepare the way before me: and the LORD, whom you seek, shall suddenly come to his temple, even the messenger of the covenant, whom you delight in: behold, he shall come, said the LORD of hosts. But who may abide the day of his coming? and who shall stand when he appeareth? for he is like a refiner's fire, and like fullers' soap: And he shall sit as a refiner and purifier of silver: and he shall purify, and purge them as gold and silver, that they may offer unto the LORD an offering in righteousness. Then shall the offering be pleasant unto the LORD, as in the days of old, and as in former years. And I will come near to you to judgment; and I will be a swift witness against the sorcerers, and against the adulterers, and against false swearers, and against those that oppress the hireling in his wages, the widow, and the fatherless, and that turn aside the stranger from his right, and fear not me, said the LORD of hosts. For I am the LORD, I change not; therefore you sons of Jacob are not consumed. Even from the days of your fathers you are gone away from mine ordinances, and have not kept them. Return unto me, and I will return unto you, said the LORD of hosts.[1]

    They are to be days of intense soul searching and repentance and even fear as we prepare to enter the presence of the judge of all creation. Amos reminds us to fear the judgement of God as we would tremble at the sound of the watchman's trumpet. So it is when the two witnesses give the message, it will be like a refiner's fire, it will purify and purge the children and torch the hearts of the wicked like hot coals upon their heads. It will be a last chance call for the world. It will be demonstrated with the strength of "moving mountains".


    [1] Malachi 3:1-8
     
  17. visionary

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    Therefore, the sound of the trumpet on Feast of Trumpets is a remembrance to fear God. As Zephaniah says it will be a day of wrath, darkness, gloom and alarm. [1]

    Because the Feast of Trumpets is the New Year's Day (that is the anniversary of the completion of creation) it is also towards the end of the heavenly fiscal year. As at the end of our calendar year, New Years Day is the day when the ledgers must be settled. On the Feast of Trumpets, the books of judgement are opened and all the deeds of each person are reviewed by the heavenly court for judgement. Ten days later, on Day of Atonement, everyone's name will be written and sealed for final judgement in either the Book of Life or Book of Dead.[2]

    This imagery is reflected in Revelation where John sees the ultimate and final Day of Judgment which will be after the one thousand years. [3] On the Day of Judgment, Day of Atonement, the righteous are written in the Book of Life. The wicked are written in the Book of Death. The intervening days between Feast of Trumpets and Day of Atonement are traditionally regarded as prime-time to sway the heavenly court's decision through serious prayer, repentance and acts of charity.[4] This is so serious you have to have two witnesses explaining what is about to pass, what is happening in the courts of heaven to a world of people who have no sense of the reality of Yeshua as our High Priest in the heavenly courts. This is no time to be nice, and lovey dove. The is the hard facts, not the peace peace message when there is no peace.



    [1] Zephaniah 1:14-16
    [2] Revelation 7:1
    [3] Revelation 20:15
    [4] Revelation 7:14
     
  18. visionary

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    One of the most famous trumpet reference out of all the prophets is “And it will be on that day when a great trumpet will be blown, the perishing in the land will come, and they will worship before the LORD on the Holy Mountain in Jerusalem.”[1] The two witnesses will be delivering this message. It is a perishing message.

    This verse is a prophecy of the great Ingathering from all over. This Ingathering is to commence with the believers gathering together for the anticipated return of Yeshua, King of the Universe. “But you are come unto mount Sion, and unto the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, and to an innumerable company of angels, to the general assembly and church of the first born, which are written in heaven, and to God the Judge of all, and to the spirits of just men made perfect.”[2]

    Because on the Day of Atonement is the day when sins are blotted out of the Books of Life. By this time, hopefully you are the temple of God through which the Holy Spirit operates and the messages of the two witnesses resonates within your heart. I believe at this time the image of God is once again indwelling in humans as it was for Adam and Eve before the fall. It will be the time of restitution of all things back to God promised since the world began. [3] Whom the heaven must receive until the times of restitution of all things, which God has spoken by the mouth of all his holy prophets since the world began.[4]


    [1] Isaiah 27:13.
    [2] Heb 12:22-23; Acts 3:19; Eph 2:22
    [3] Eph 2:22
    [4] Acts 3:21
     
  19. visionary

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    We can see that this gathering to the temple of God will be the most glorious experience for the believers, than that which has ever been experienced before. The Day of Atonement is the 21st day of the seventh month of God’s calendar and as God said “don’t worry about it….., The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former, said the LORD of hosts: and in this place will I give peace, said the LORD of hosts.”[1]

    He was speaking of Solomon’s Temple where there was a manifest presence of God in the former house. He is also speaking of the latter house being more glorious. We are to be the latter house which His Holy Spirit works at perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ.[2] It is for the maturing of the saints. Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.[3]

    Sound the great trumpet for our freedom; lift up a banner to gather us together from the four corners of the earth. Blessed are you, LORD, who gathers in the exiled of his people. The banner under which we are all to gather is the God given banner.[4] So let us be patient waiting for the precious fruit of the Holy Spirit working in us. Let us be patient until we receive the early and latter rain.[5] It is in our overcoming that we gain. [6]


    [1] Haggai 2:1
    [2] Ephesians 4:11-12
    [3] Ephesians 4:13
    [4] Psalm 20:5; Psalm 60:4; Song of Solomon 2:4
    [5] James 5:7
    [6] Rev. 2:17
     
  20. visionary

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    Therefore, the sound of the trumpet on Feast of Trumpets is a remembrance of the ultimate ingathering in the seventh month of God’s calendar.[1]

    Remember Ephesians chapter 4 where it says this will not happen till we come together as a perfect man. Who do you suppose that one man is in type? They came together in type in the seventh month as one man and they began to build. Seventh month is when the Feast of Trumpets begins to sound. Another reason given for the blowing of the trumpet on the Feast of Trumpets is for to remember the resurrection of the dead. Understand the words of Isaiah 18:3 to be a prophecy directed to the dead. "As a banner is lifted on the mountains, you will see, and as a trumpet is sounded, you will hear." This was understood to mean that when the final trumpet will be blown, the dead would rise and see and hear again. One of the soon to come to pass events that we need to remember. The coming of Yeshua includes a great trumpet blast which wakes up those sleeping in the dust.[2] This is how important the message of the two witnesses is.

    [1] Ezra 3:1
    [2] 1Cor 15:52
     
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