The next feast day to be fulfilled by our Lord Yeshua is the Hidden Day! or Yom HaKesh. It is known by several names. The most recognizable is Rosh HaShanah, or “Head of the Year”. Yamim Nora’im, “Days of Awe”; Yom Ha-Zikkaron, “Day of Remembrance”; Yom Ha-Din, “Day of Judgment”; Yom Teru’ah, “Day of Sounding” (Trumpet or Shofar)
I believe this is the timing of Christ’s return. There are quite a number of indicators for this. The first being the term “No one knows the day or the hour” found in Matt 24 and Mark 13. The plan of Passover was concealed to satan. Likewise the plan of Jesus’ return is concealed to him. The practice of blowing the shofar every day of the month of Elul, except for the last day, the night before Rosh HaShanah, is to keep the enemy in the dark about the “Day of Judgment”. The blowing of the trumpet is to gather the people of God together. But they did not the enemy to know when it was, so they referred to that day by saying “of that day and hour no one knows, only the Father.” Sound familiar?
Another reference to the day or hour relates to the new moon. It is required that two witnesses attest to seeing the moon being ‘born again’ to the Sanhedrin. This means when they see the first little sliver of light from the new moon. Each new moon is about 29.5 days from the last one. So since they did not know the exact time, the term fits perfectly.
Jesus also speaks of the “Last Trump”. On the New Year’s Day of Tishri, Rosh HaShanah, there is a series of 3 different types of trumpet blasts totaling 99. Then there is the last trumpet sound, “Tekiah Gedolah”, Big Tekiah. This has so many references its mind boggling! It points to the Wedding of the Messiah, the opening of the Gates of Heaven, the Rapture of the Bride, judgment of Godless, and the coronation of the Messiah as King. WOW!