Yom Teruah is a day of remembrance, rejoicing, and reflecting. Yom teruah has been celebrated all throughout Scripture. This holiday, as well as, all the other High Holidays, is a shadow of what is to come.
The Feast of Trumpets/ Yom Teruah is a time of remembrance of the goodness of God and a day to blow the shofar. If you want to learn more about the meaning of trumpets in the Torah – I’ll link my post here!
Here is a scripture reading list for the Feast of Trumpets.
Leviticus 23: 23 – 25 – Instructions for celebrating Yom Teruah.
Numbers 10: 1 – 10 – Trumpets were created for calling the children of Israel to battle and for sounding on feast days.
Numbers 29: 1 – 6 – Instructions for offerings on this day.
Jeremiah 31 – Yom Teruah is a day of remembrance.
Nehemiah 8: 1 – 12 – Ezra instructs the Hebrews on the Torah and their celebration of Yom Teruah.
Ezra 3: 6 – 7 – Ezra and the Hebrews offer sacrifices for Yom Teruah.
Psalms 47: 5 – Yehovah will sound a Teruah/a blast with a shofar.
Psalms 98: 6 – Shout joyfully before the Lord with trumpets.
Psalms 100 – A song of praise to Yehovah for His provision for us.
All Old Testament scriptures are from the Septuagint.