Jeffrey D. Miller was raised in a traditional Jewish home yet spent 24 years of his life as an atheist. Then in 1983 he had a miraculous encounter with the living God and committed his life to Yeshua, the Messiah. Today he travels the nation ministering in churches as well as messianic Jewish congregations.
Each year when you obtain a new calendar, you may notice in fine print specific Fall festivals of Jewish origin. They include:
Rosh Hashanah—The Feast of Trumpets, begins at Sundown Wednesday, September 28.
Yom Kippur—The Day of Atonement, begins at sundown on Friday, October 7.
Sukkot—The Feast of Tabernacles, begins at sundown on Wednesday, October 12.
What’s the significance of these holidays and what connection do they have with the Bible and modern Christians? Find out as Jeffrey D. Miller and Jim Schneider take a fascinating look at Jewish Fall festivals on this edition of Crosstalk.