There is not a great deal said of Trumpets observance in Leviticus 23:23-25, however it does state very clearly that this is a memorial. It is something to be remembered, and to do so by blowing the trumpet and or the ram's horn (Shofar). The time of the Feast is clearly noted as the first day of the seventh month of God's calendar year. In seeking to understand what this Feast is now foretelling and will be remembered for, we can begin with the seventh trumpet blast announcing the reign of Christ over the Earth (Revelation 11:15). Next we hear of the trumpet blast at the first resurrection that will awaken and gather together the saints of God to rule with Christ at His return (Matthew 24:31). In times of old God gave the blowing of the trumpet as a means of assembling the people together for various reasons, war being one of them, but in this instance it shall be at the return of Christ. So why would we as the people of God, not want to celebrate and observe, even on into eternity, the Feast of Trumpets?