Did Anyone Else Hear the Trumpets Today?

Ghoti Ichthus

Pray so they do not serve alone. Ephesians 6:10-20
Looked to see if there was a special Jewish significance for today.
FWIW

2pm US central time = 7 pm in Jerusalem. Jewish days start at sundown the day prior. 7 pm doesn't line up with any of the sundown or twilight times in Jerusalem, although it is inside the time of twilight. https://www.timeanddate.com/sun/israel/jerusalem?month=5

The 24th of May 2020 is the first day of Sivan
https://www.hebcal.com/holidays/2020

Sivan is the month of revelation (refers to the giving of The Law at Sinai)
Rosh Codesh Sivan (celebration of the new month of Sivan) is only observed for one day
The second of Sivan is called the Day of Distinction (minor festival celebrated by Orthodox Jews) Exodus 19:6-8
https://hebrew4christians.com/Holidays/Rosh_Chodesh/Sivan/sivan.html

1 Sivan 2105 BCE flood waters receded
1 Sivan 1313 BCE Israelites encampted at Mount Sinai
https://www.chabad.org/calendar/view/day.asp?tdate=5/24


In modern times, Operation Solomon started on May 24, 1991 (36 hour airlift of over 14,000 Ethiopian Jews to Israel)

This Month in Jewish History has a list of things that happened on 1st of Sivan throughout history
http://www.torahtots.com/timecapsule/thismonth/sivan.htm

Only a few things happened on May 24 throughout history. The only things I can see having any relevance here would be Samuel Morse's first telegraph "What hath God wrought," (Methodist) Aldersgate Day, or the first library catalog https://www.onthisday.com/day/may/24
 
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