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Yom Kippur

(Day of Obliteration) Overview


Torah Command:

Num. 29:7-11; Lev. 16:29-34; 23:26-32; Lev. 17:11; Ezra 8:21; Heb. 9:11-14; Heb. 22-24; Heb. 10:1-25; Ex. 29:33


When is it?:

10th Day of the 7th Month


We are to:

Keep it as a High Shabbat; have a complete rest; afflict &  humble ourselves; eat the atonement; assemble


Also known as:

Day of Atonement; Day of Obliteration, Day of Judgement


Overview:

Yom Kippur is all about the ability of Yahshua's blood to obliterate sin. Therefore, we feel a better name for this Mo'edim is, The Day of Obliteration. The Throne Room in heaven is open on Yom Kippur and Yahovah engages in legal transactions on this day. Yahshua was transfigured on this day. The transfiguration was all about Yahovah making our brother High Priest in his Melchizedek order. Yahovah took away the temporarty job he had given the Levites and gave the Royal Priesthood to Yahshua on that day. On a future Yom Kippur we will recieve our acquittal stone and be escorted into the Great Wedding Feast of the Lamb for the covenant-confirming meal before Bride and Groom get to live (tabernacle) together.

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