Brief Sermon Notes: Greatest Troubles Result in Greatest Miracles
Fiesta of Trumpets Oct. 7, 2021 (1st Day 7th Month)
We always post brief sermon notes every time, either before or after the worship services. Please always review these notes. It doesn't include everything said. But does review some of it.
All 24 hour days are from sunrise to sunrise.
Fiesta of Tabernacles from sunrise to sunrise.
Day of Atonement is also from sunrise to sunrise.
But we begin our fast at sunset the previous day.
Fast Oct. 15 at sunset until Oct. 16 at sunset.
Day of Atonement is sunrise Oct. 16 until sunrise Oct. 17.
No work from sunset Oct. 15 until sunrise Oct. 17.
Judith 8:6 (History volume page 256) She fasted all other days but never fasted on the holy days and 7th day (except for Atonement of course.) She also didn't fast on the evenings before each holy day and 7th day. Not that the evenings are holy. But rather because when you are preparing to celebrate/party, it's natural to enjoy some of the feast food.
We purchased special cake and special pie yesterday for the Fiesta of Trumpets. We ate all of the cake last night! LOL.
Rev. 7 and Rev. 8 (Entire chapters)
6th seal: The sealing of the 144,000 Israelite male virgins, and then the salvation of the Greatest Multitude of people ever in the history of mankind.
Great miracles and true salvation.
Notice: Natural immunity is important.
We should not be constantly wearing mask and gloves.
We need minimum exposure to the virus to build natural immunity.
I still support wearing masks in places where they are absolutely required and where the place is small and full of people such as on an airplane. But wearing a mask outside is not logical.
And if one person in your group is not wearing a mask, then it is not logical for the other members in the group to wear one, because when you ride in the car together or live together, the virus will spread regardless of any mask.
So let's use common sense. Wearing a mask in some locations and situations is common sense. Not wearing one in other situations and locations is also common sense.