Rosh Hashanah literally means “Head of the Year.” It is the beginning of the new Jewish year, 5772. It represents the a new beginning, a fresh start. Each year, God has fresh revelation He releases at this time of year. He wants to equip His people to move forward with Him, advancing His Kingdom and recapturing what the enemy has stolen. We also celebrate “Happy Birthday to the Earth” for it is believed to be the day God created the world. On this two-day Feast, we made several things to help us remember the significance of this God-appointed celebration. The first was an earth craft. Using a blue balloon to represent the water, we taped on an equator and the continents. This was a great geography lesson, as well. Then we made a creation ring on which the balloon could rest.
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