Rosh HaShanah (“Head of the Year”) commences at sundown this evening on the Jewish calendar. Not only is it the civil Jewish new year, but also the beginning of 10 days of awe, leading up to Yom Kippur. Observant Jews will enjoy a celebratory new year, then spend the days of awe in prayer and repentance.
Biblically speaking, Rosh HaShanah is the Feast of Trumpets, and it holds tremendous prophetic significance. To learn more, check out Amir Tsarfati’s mini-teaching on the Feast of Trumpets: