Waiting for the Crowning of The King


As the UK mourned and the world watched, Queen Elizabeth II was laid to rest. She lived a full life to the age of 96 and is the longest reigning monarch at 70 years. Now her son, Charles III, will be crowned as King of the UK.


According to an article written in The Daily News in 1903 her predecessor, Queen Victoria, once declared "Oh how I wish that the Lord might come during my lifetime". When questioned why, she replied, "I should like to lay my crown at his feet".


As we embark upon the fall season and the coming appointed times and feasts of YHVH we must not forget that we are awaiting the crowning of a king. Not Charles, but a KING of Israel, a KING of the entire world. A king that will rule the world and every other crown will be lay at his feet. Every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that this king is indeed Lord of lords and King of kings, and His kingdom will never end.


The Day of Trumpets, or Yom Teruah, is known as the day of the crowning of kings (among other things). It is my belief that at some point in the future, on this day, King Yeshua will come in all of His glory and receive His children to Himself.


Yom Teruah is known as the day of the memorial of the blowing of trumpets. Exactly what are we supposed to be remembering on this day?


Instead of re-writing that which I have already written, I would like to refer you to the following article for my reflection on what we may want to remember, historically, about the blowing of trumpets, and it has great prophetical insight for the future when we will once again take a promised land with our King. Please click on the link below to read the article:


https://www.ourancientpaths.org/post/2019/10/01/a-remembrance-of-soundings-teruah


I pray that you do some deep reflection during this season and dig deeper to learn more revelation about our soon reigning King. These are His appointed times and they all point to His Father's plan of salvation.


Shalom,

Leisa











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