“in addition to the burnt offering of the regular new moon and its grain offering .” Each new moon, the new month, was dedicated to God by special offerings and blowing of trumpets (Num. 28:11-15; Num. 10:10). But the seventh month, the month Tishri, was to be especially holy. Besides the Day of Atonement and the Feast of Tabernacles occurring in that month, the first day of the month, the new moon, was to be dedicated with special offerings in addition to the regular offerings of the new moon and the regular offerings at the Tent of Meeting. above and beyond what was offered at the regular new moon.