Michael Colunga (29 Sep 2011)
"Happy Jewish New Year's Eve!"

Hello, All,
Shanah Tovah!
[Happy New Year!]
Actually, today, Wednesday, September 28, 2011--29 Elul 5771--is Erev Rosh Hashanah, literally, "eve of the head of the year."
At approximately 9:00 am Pacific Daylight Savings Time, the two day celebration of Rosh Hashanah began in Jerusalem, Israel.  [Jerusalem is UT + 2 hours, so San Diego is ten hours behind Jerusalem.]
Tomorrow and the day after, Tishrei 1 and 2, 5772, are together also called Yom Teruah, the Day of Blowing, which is the Feast of Trumpets.  This period of two days is also known by the nickname, "The Hidden Day," because the New Year does not officially start until the sliver of the New Moon of Tishrei 1-2 is actually sighted by three witnesses at Jerusalem, on the Temple Mount.
Since no one knows the day nor the hour of that concurrence of sightings, this feast is considered a candidate for the Rapture of the Church, a means to escape the Great Tribulation.  Anyone who is left behind may yet become saved eternally, but will face great opposition from the devil in trying to accept Jesus Christ at His Word:
    "Behold, I stand at the door and knock.  If anyone hears my voice and opens the door [of one's heart], I will come in and sup with him, and he with me."  Revelation 3:20
It should be noted that the Marriage Supper of the Lamb occurs at the end of the Great Tribulation, after all is said and done.
This is the meaning of Daniel 12:11.  This also explains John 6:35-40, John 10:16, as well as John 10:27-30.
Baruch HaShem Yeshua Ha Mashiach [Blessed be the Name of Jesus, the Messiah],
Mike C.