This is a common Hebrew greeting that is first used in Scripture in Genesis 15:15 where it is translated “peace.” This is how it is most often translated, but it also means “to be well.” Today we are delighted to have Bro. & Sister Rosenkranz with us once again. We do pray for their peace and well-being in their ministry here as well as other locations around the world, including Israel. It is my pleasure to have Bro. Rosenkranz join us today to present to us the message of Jesus and His return that is prophesied in the Fall Feasts of the Old Covenant to the Jewish people. Bro. Rosenkranz has always been a blessing to me when we discuss the Scriptures, especially when we discuss the truths of the New Covenant that are concealed for us in the Old Covenant. Today he is going to give us some wonderful truths regarding the three Fall Festival that God established for the Jewish people in the Old Covenant to worship Him and to help us see the prophetic message they hold for us regarding the New Covenant. The first of these three feasts take place a week from today beginning at sun down next Sunday evening. It is known as the Feast of Trumpets or Rosh Hashanah, and it marks the beginning of the New Year. The second is ten days after the first, and it is the Day of Atonement or Yom Kippur when the High Priest makes a sacrifice for the nation to be forgiven of their sin as a whole after he offers a sacrifice for his own sins. The final one occurs in October, and it is focused on the final harvest of the year. It is called the Feast of Tabernacles or Booths reminding them of the temporary houses in tents and the tabernacle of God as they traveled through the wilderness after their Exodus from Egypt. Each of these events contain wonderful pictures of the Jesus who helps us on our journey through this temporary life in these tabernacles we call bodies as we serve the Lord in His final harvesting of souls until we hear the trumpet sound to call us home to our eternal abode with Him.