Rosh Chodesh Offerings
Significant biblical events and all feasts from the Tanakh (the Old Testament scriptures) are based on the Hebraic twelve month calendar. G-d appointed the sun and the moon as signs for His “appointed times.” Genesis 1:14
Since the instruction given in Exodus 12:1-2, marking the first day of the first month, Jews have sanctified each new moon. The biblical calendar depends on knowing when each new Hebraic month starts.
Yeshua instructed us to watch the sun, moon, and stars for the Day of the L-rd, the day of His return (Luke 21:25-28). Indeed, Yeshua’s life and fulfillment of the Messianic prophecies are directly linked to the Hebrew calendar, specifically by the spring and fall feast observances that are counted from the first day of various months (Exodus 12:12-2; Leviticus 23).
G-d instructed us: "And on your joyous occasions - your fixed festivals and new moon days - you shall sound the trumpets over your burnt offerings and your sacrifices of well-being" (Numbers 10:10). Those ‘sacrifices of well-being’ are our Rosh Chodesh offerings. We give in accord with our gratefulness for His plan from Genesis through Revelation.