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Rosh Hashanah

Kenneth J. Morgan

The traditional greeting at Rosh Hashanah is L'Shanah Tovah Tikatevu, which means, "May you be inscribed [in the Book of Life] for a good year." Rosh Hashanah and the Days of Awe leading up to Yom Kippur represent a time for reflection on your life and your standing before God.

I would urge you to read the central paper of this Web site, "Messiah: The Way to Righteousness," to learn how Abraham obtained righteousness before God and also how you can know for a certainty that God considers you righteous. To know that you are righteous before "the Judge of all the earth"--what a wonderful way to start the New Year!


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