Days of Awe Spiritual Adventure
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
10 Days to Spiritual Growth

New: Updated for 2017

If you want to revitalize or enhance your spiritual life and relationship with God, the church and others, this Adventure will give you the tools to do that.

This spiritual Adventure and journal was originally designed to be used during the 10 days of the 2006 Feast of Trumpets and Day of Atonement Season. It has been updated for the 2017 Season. (*However It can be used at any time.   It would also make a great 10-week small group study. We will be working on a non-date specific format soon. )

The Old Testament Feast of Trumpets will start on the evening of September 20, 2017.  Yom Kippur – The Day of Atonement will start on the evening of September 29th.  The eight days between the two holidays were called  AWESOME DAYS, because it was a time to reconnect with God and prepare for the most holy and awesome day of the Jewish year – Yom Kippur – The Day of Atonement.  It is during this time the Jews practice TESHUVAH or, A RETURNING to the Lord.  It was a season of prayer, reflection and repentance.  While Christians can do this any time, we usually don’t because we don’t make the time or have a good resource to guide us.  This Biblical season is a good time to take time and this resource is a great tool to help.

Please note, this spiritual adventure is not an attempt to return to Judaism or legalism.  It simply taking a Biblical pattern and applying it to our Christians lives. Jesus perfectly fulfilled the Old Testament types and shadows for the Day of Atonement.  We can now enter into God’s presence in a new and living way by the blood of Jesus.  You can read about this in Hebrews chapters 9 and 10.

The 10-day spiritual journal is a day-by-day guide to prayer, reflection, repentance and connecting with God that will seriously impact your spiritual life.  To make the most of your time with the Lord you will want to add a blank page(s) between the days to record thoughts, scriptures, prayers or answers to prayer, etc.

The Journal is free.  You may print as many copies as you want or need. Please leave the material as is, with my name and copyright intact.  The journal is set up to be placed in a 3-ring binder or folder. Please share this with others who you think might benefit from a focused time with the Lord.

We would love to hear from you concerning questions, comments or testimonies about this spiritual adventure.