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T.A.S.K Ministries & Shofar Call Intl.
Worship and warfare workshop
March 22, (See Detail in center column)
SOUND THE ALARM!
Nehemiah 4:20 says:
When you hear the sound of the Shofar (Trumpet), rally us there,
Our God will fight for us.
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US CHRISTIAN FLAG Click on Flag to see it enlarged. I pledge allegiance to the Christian Flag of the United States of America, And to our LORD, who made her great and free. I unify with all Christians to protect and proclaim the truth and liberty of God.
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The shofar has wide significance. In the past a shofar has been blown to mark any number of occasions, such as the signing of a peace treaty; it was blown to mark Moses' receiving of the Ten Commandments. Ancient Hebrew armies blew shofars as war horns, and it was shofars--not modern trumpets--whose blast blew down the walls of Jericho before Joshua's conquering forces. Today, in the Jewish tradition, the shofar is blown to mark High Holy Days. In the Christian tradition, the shofar is thought to release the Presence and Voice of God, and is blown during any number of worship services and meetings where God is believed present, and speaking.- Rev. A Kelly M.DIV