Scripture Reading for Yom Teruah

Scripture Reading for Yom Teruah

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.

Meadow of flowers of Yom Teruah scripture reading list - ByZipporah

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5 thoughts on “Scripture Reading for Yom Teruah”

  • Shalom Achoti Chag Pesach Sameach (Peace my sister Happy Passover) as written in the Torah of Moshe in Bamidbar (Numbers 28:16-25) and Yovheliym (Jubilees 49:15). We came across your Blog while researching addition Torat scriptures in reference to the observance of Yom Teruah as given in Vayikra (Leviticus) 23:24-25. We are immersed in the Hebrew as well for the Torah itself as given to Moshe was written in the Ivri Lashon (Tongue) or Language (Safah). Here is a link to some Hebrew Aleph-Bet Fundamentals including the Vowel Points:
    Read Shemos (Exodus 4:20-22) Yisra’el and the seed there of is his first born son: YAH does not need a woman to bear seed for him for He has the ability to create in the same manner He created Adam and Cuah (The true Ivri Hebrew name of the so called Eve).
    Relevant Verses (There is none other than YAHAVAH ELOHIM)
    YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 45:5, Shemos (Exodus) 20:3, Shemos (Exodus) 34:14, Melekhim Bet (2 Kings) 19:15, Tehillim (Psalm) 86:10, YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 37:16, YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 37:20, Tehillim (Psalm) 83:18, Nechemyah (Nehemiah) 9:6, Melekhim Bet (2 Kings) 19:19, YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 44:8, Sh’muel Bet (2 Samuel) 22:32, Tehillim (Psalm) 18:31, YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 45:14, YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 45:18,Devarim (Deuteronomy) 32:39, YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 44:6, YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 45:21,YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 45:6, Sh’muel Bet (2 Samuel) 7:22, YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 64:4,Devarim (Deuteronomy) 6:4, Devarim (Deuteronomy) 4:35, Devarim (Deuteronomy) 4:39, Melekhim Aleph (1 Kings) 8:60, YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 45:22, YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 46:9, Melekhim Bet (2 Kings) 5:15, YeshaYahu (Isaiah) 43:10, Hosea 13:4, Yoel (Joel) 2:27
    There is so much more to share with aspiring Torah Keepers for in every place that Torah was mentioned in the original Ivri Hebrew the Greco Romayim pagans replaced the word Torah with these pagan words (The Law) therefore removing all of the scriptural references to the word Torah as written by the Hand of EL ELYON Himself and then begin to refer to the Torah as the Old Testament which in and of itself violates Devarim (Deut) 4:2. Here are the Books of the Torah in the original Ivri Hebrew and the literal definition of each one:
    Beresheis (Genesis) – In the Beginning, Shemos (Exodus) – The Names, Vayikra (Leviticus) – He Called Out, Bamidbar (Numbers) – In the Wilderness, Devarim (Deuteronomy) – The Words. There is only The Torah and The Neviim (The Prophets) and the Ketuvim (The Writings of Tehillim(Psalms), Mishlei(Proverbs), Iyov (Job), Book of Ruth, the Book of Lamentations, Ecclesiastes and Book of Esther, Daniel, Ezra–Nehemiah and Chronicles.
    All you need is a Tanakh and a Hebrew Transliterated Chumash.

  • Thanks Zippora. I am 35, have been studying Torah for more than 10 years and will be using this list you have made in studying during this year’s Yom Teruah. Be blessed and yom tov!

    P.S. If you would like to connect with me check out my youtube channel: Gleaning The Scriptures, we can support one another in our walk with Yeshua.

    • Happy yom tov, Thomas! I hope you and your family had an amazing Yom Teruah! I’m so glad this post could help you!

      So cool you have a youtube channel, I’ll check it out! God bless!

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