New Moon was spotted on Sept. 8th, so we know now Tishrei 1.
Rosh Hashanah is the birthday of the universe, the day G‑d created Adam and Eve, and it’s celebrated as the head of the Jewish year. It begins at sundown on the eve of Tishrei 1 (Sept. 8, 2021) and ends after nightfall on Tishrei 2 (Sept. 10, 2021).
The central observance of Rosh Hashanah is blowing the shofar (ram’s horn) on both mornings of the holiday (except on Shabbat), which is normally done in synagogue as part of the day’s services but may be done elsewhere for those who cannot attend.
In the following forty+ items below, all took place on or are associated with the date of Tishri 1, or the Feast of Trumpets or Rosh HaShanah. Documents referenced appears to the right where possible. Those references are either from the Bible, or Jewish sacred works.
Tishri 1 Moon in the constellation of Bethulah.
New Moon. Numbers 10:8-10.
Yom Teruah (Rosh HaShanah). Leviticus 23:24.
The month of the strong – 1st kings 8:2.
The new year for Kings begins. Mishna: Seder Moed: Tractate Rosh HaShanah: 1:1.
The Awesome Days / Yamin Noraim, day 1.
Period of Teshuvah / repentance day 30.
Adam and Eve are created, it is the sixth day. Sanhedrin 38b.
Cain and Abel and three twin sister are born. Beresshit Rabbah 22.
Noah’s birthday. 1st day of the 1st month, 1056 AM (ATB, pg.307). Genesis 8:13 (Seder Olam Radak).
Noah has dry land. Noah removes the cover of the ark and dispatches the dove. Genesis 8:5; 8:13. Rashi.
HaSatan stands before HaShem to accuse Job. Job 1:6, Targum Jerus.
Rebecca and Leah are rememberd. (Tanhuma, Vayera).
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob were born.
Sarah conceived Isaac. Yevamot 64b).
Rachel conceives Joseph. Genesis 30:22ff is read (Rosh HaShanah 10b) Yevamot 64.
Pharaoh’s cup bearer and baker have dreams related to their judgment. Oznaim L’Torah, Rosh HaShanah 10a.
Joseph was released from prison. Rosh HaShanah 10b-11a.
Pharaoh freed the Israelites from Slavery. Rosh HaShanah 11a.
Plague of wild beasts begins (Plague number 4). Exodus 8:24. Zihron Yemot Olam.
Moses goes up to Mount Sinai, the third time, to get the second set of stone tablets to spend forty days – day 30. Exodus 34:1.
Hannah conceives Samuel. Yevamot 64. 1st Samuel 1:2-10.
Nabal refuses to feed David’s men. Abigal did feed them. 1st Samuel 25:1-35.
David is forgiven after sinning with Bathsheba. Shabbat 56a.
Elisha prophesied the birth of a son to the Shunamite. 2nd Kings 4:16. Zohar. Be-Shallah.
Daniel 7:9-14 took place on this day. (seated for judgment). Joseph Good.
Daniel sees a vision of judgment. Daniel 7:9-10.
Zerubbabel brought the first offering on the new altar in Jerusalem in 538 BC, Nehemiah 8:2.
Daily sacrifice restored by Zerrubbabel. Talmud Zevachim 62a.
Ezra begins to read the law to the people in 444 BC. Nehemiah 8:2.
Revelation 4:1-4 took place on this day (seated for judgment). Joseph Good.
Burnt offerings begin before Ezra’s foundation. Ezra 3:6.
Herod slays the children trying to kill Yeshua. Matthew 2:13-23 (see the halftorah for the second day.).
John the Baptizer wants to know if Yeshua is the “expected” One, after raising the widow’s son. Luke 7:11-35.
Judgment of the righteous. Revelation 20:4-6.
The resurrection of the righteous. 1st Thessalonians 4:16-17, 1st Corinthians 15:51-57.
Remembrance of the fathers. Revelation 21:12-14.
Coronation of the King. Revelation 11:15-18.
“The Day of the Lord” begins on this day. Zephaniah 1:14, 16.
The revelation of Yeshua took place on this day. Revelation 1:9-11.
Torah section for the first day is Genesis 21:1-34, Numbers 29:1-6. Haftorah is 1st Samuel 1:1-2:10.
Torah section for the second day is Genesis 22:1-24; Numbers 29:1-6. Halftorah is Jeremiah 31:1-19.
Because the Feast of Trumpets is observed as a two-day or (one long day) there are events associated with day two, which are as follows:
Period of Teshuvah / repentance day 31.
The Awesome Days / Yamin Noraim, day 2.
God blesses the seventh day and sanctifies it because He rested from all the work of creating. Genesis 2:3. Sanhedrin 38b.
Moses goes up to Mount Sinai, the third time, to get the second set of stone tablets to spend forty days – day 31. Exodus 34:1.
The letters engraved on law tablets were created at dusk on the eve of the first Sabbath. Pirkkei De-Rabbi Eliezer 19.
Ezra celebrates the second day of Yom Teruah by reading the law again. Nehemiah 8:13.
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