Togetherness is the third in a three-part series, The Human Condition, showing how God is going to fix what’s wrong with all of us.
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Prior to the Feast of Trumpets we considered the situation of human kind and being alone for all the really important decisions of life – sickness, death, character building, etc. And we called that presentation Aloneness . Then on Trumpets we consider the meaning of the holy day in that, as we consider all those we love, we recognize we’re unable to help in all those really important decisions of life, because God has set it so that we all have to make our own decisions. So we called that presentation Helplessness . We saw that when our loved ones face critical choices or illness, we’re often helpless in the face of their aloneness and that the return of Christ, pictured by Trumpets, begins a time when our aloneness and helplessness will end. So, here we have arrived in the middle of the fall festival season, on the Day of Atonement, ready to continue and conclude this series of presentations – first Aloneness , second Helplessness and now today, Togetherness . So, let’s consider the significance of this festival and then develop our theme for the day.