These Jewish feast days tell the story of God’s final offering of salvation to mankind. Gods door to heaven is, of course, in this age always open, but there is a special opening foretold in these feast days that pertains to God’s final offer of His provision for the completion of His Bride. Rosh Hashanah will begin with Jesus offer of Repentance and deliverance for His bride on the final day of this New Beginning. Rosh Hashanah signifies among other things the coming Kingdom. If you have read the Post, Messiah Stains His Garment. Isa. 63, posted Sept. 25, 2017, you then know that Jesus in this passage prophesied His return to save the Remnant of Israel’s Jews during the final stages of Armageddon. This will occur probably on The first day of Rosh Hashanah, according to the pattern presented in the feasts which were begun to be fulfilled at Jesus’ first coming. His actual return would then be on the Second Day if things go according to that pattern. You may also want to view the post on The Fall Feasts and the Coming of Messiah, Aug. 11, 2017, to understand the rational for that conclusion.
So the door opened by Rosh Hashanah to begin the millennium is opened for Israel’s salvation, but there is a door closing to occur following the 10 days of Awe. If you’ve read the Fall feast post you know that it would appear that the final writing of names in the book of life which would close the door to salvation should occur after the 10 days of Awe on Yom Kippur. The event which seems likely to fulfill this feast would be the Judgment of nations taught by Jesus in Matthew 25. It appears that Jesus will place the sheep on His right in the book of life at that time. The Door then which closes on Yom Kippur would be slammed shut.
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