Through Yeshua the Messiah, God has provided a way for mankind to be accepted. We are not dependent upon our good works. Messiah became the offering for sin, if we admit our sin, turn away from it by faith, we can be assured that our names will be inscribed in the Book of Life (Phil. 4:3 and Rev. 3:5). Someday a day of judgment will come and mankind’s sins must be judged, but Yeshua’s death balanced the judgment. The resurrection of Yeshua shows that he became the Judge (John 5:21-27; 12:31; and Acts 17:31).
I Thessalonians 4:16 tells us that the trumpet will sound when Jesus the Messiah returns to judge the earth. Yeshua haMeshiach will preside over a New Creation! That will be the ultimate Feast of Trumpets (2 Cor. 5:17; Romans 5:12-19; I Cor. 15:45; Romans 9:19-22).
The Ten Days of Repentance
The “ten days of repentance” include Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and the days in between, during which time Jews contemplate repentance and ask for forgiveness from anyone they have wronged. The Ten Days allow each Jewish person to mend her ways to balance the scale of good and bad deeds in life.