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Message Subject WHY THE RAPTURE WILL BE ON YOM KIPPUR
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10 days of Repentance begins on the Eve of the first day of Rosh Hashahnah and ends on Yom Kippur.

Ten Days of Repentance

The 10-day period beginning on Rosh Hashahnah and ending on Yom Kippur is known as the "Ten Days of Repentance"; this is the period, say the sages, of which the prophet speaks when he proclaims (Isaiah 55:6) "Seek G-d when He is to be found; call on Him when He is near." Psalm 130, Avinu Malkeinu and other special inserts and additions are included in our daily prayers during these days.

The Baal Shem Tov instituted the custom of reciting three additional chapters of Psalms each day, from the 1st of Elul until Yom Kippur (on Yom Kippur the remaining 36 chapters are recited, thereby completing the entire book of Psalms).

"In the Talmud tractate on Rosh Hashanah it states that three books of account are opened on Rosh Hashanah, wherein the fate of the wicked, the righteous, and those of an intermediate class are recorded. The names of the righteous are immediately inscribed in the book of life, and they are sealed "to live." The middle class are allowed a respite of ten days, until Yom

Kippur, to repent and become righteous; the wicked are "blotted out of the book of the living." Rosh Hashanah is observed as a day of rest (Leviticus 23:24) and the activities prohibited on Shabbat are also prohibited on all Jewish

holidays, including Rosh Hashanah. Rosh Hashanah is characterized by the blowing of the shofar, a trumpet made from a ram's horn, intended to awaken

the listener from his or her "slumber" and alert them to the coming judgment. The traditional Hebrew greeting on Rosh Hashanah is "shana tova", for "a good year," or "shana tova umetukah" for "a good and sweet year." Because Jews are being judged by God for the coming year, a longer greeting translates as "may you be written and sealed for a good year" (ketiva ve-chatima tovah).

The sound of the shofar is intended to awaken the listener from his or her "slumber" and alert them to the coming judgment."
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BESIDES ROSH HASHANAH BEING A CELEBRATION FOR THE NEW YEAR IT IS ALSO, SOUND THE ALARM THE TIME OF JUDGMENT IS AT HAND! IT'S A WAKE UP CALL, A WARNING! IT IS A TIME TO BE AWAKEN FROM SLUMBER AND BE ALERT THAT JUDGMENT HAS ARRIVED EVEN AT THE DOOR! THE FEAST OF ATONEMENT, A LAST CHANCE FOR THE SINNER TO REPENT, A TEN DAY PERIOD TO GET RIGHT WITH GOD FOR THE JEWISH PEOPLE.
 
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