THE DAY OF ATONEMENT 2010

THE DAY OF ATONEMENT 2010

Every other Feast of the Lord, is just that…a feast.  Yom Kippur (literally “day of covering”) is a fast. Actually God didn’t call a fast, He said, “Afflict your soul,” but over the years it’s become a day to afflict the body. And the LORD...
Points of reflection on Yom Kippur

Points of reflection on Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur was the most somber of all God’s holy days and reminds us all of the importance of being sanctified and holy before the Lord. On Yom Kippur the people were to do NO work, and yet it was the busiest day of the year for the High Priest.  What does that...
“Celebrating” Yeshua

“Celebrating” Yeshua

Isaiah 53 is arguably the most clear description of the atoning work of Yeshua (Jesus) in the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) And the Lord has laid on Him the iniquity of us all. (Isaiah 53:6) For He shall bear their iniquities (Isaiah 53:11) He bore the sin of many. ...
Modern Religious Observances

Modern Religious Observances

For many years I dreaded the holidays of Rosh HaShanna and Yom Kippur, especially when the latter fell on a Shabbat.  The services were long, fasting difficult and at the end I never knew if my sins were forgiven! Most of my family did not take the spiritual aspect of...
Yom Kippur 2010 (Part 1)

Yom Kippur 2010 (Part 1)

The most holy and solemn of all the feasts of the Lord is the Day of Atonement, (Yom Kippur in Hebrew).   “Feast” is definitely a misnomer because the Jewish people fast from sundown to sundown.  The more religious fast not only from food, but also from water. One...

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