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Yom Kippur - Day of Atonement



Begins sunset 16 October 2013, ends sunset 17 October 2013
(This is following the new moon sighting of 7 October - last Saturday evening)

Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) is a day of contradictions and contrasts: joy and sorrow. Rewards for the righteous and judgments for the wicked rebels. Joy for the righteous when Satan and his demons, death and Babylon are destroyed by the King of Kings. This day, perhaps the most solemn day of the year, culminates a 40-day period of self introspection and repentance (teshuvah) on the part of the Believer as he seeks to draw closer spiritually to the Creator of the Universe—YHVH Elohim. It is the time when the the bride of Yahushua (i.e., Believers who keep YHVH's commandments and who have faith in Yahushua the Messiah, Rev. 12:17 and 14:12 - the 'sealed' ones), after having prepared for 40 days for the return of Yahushua the Bridegroom move spiritually from the Altar of Incense located in the Set Apart Place in the Tabernacle of Moses into the most Set Apart place, which is the place reserved only for the bride and Bridegroom and which is a shadow-picture of the chuppah in the Jewish wedding.

Some teachings..... 

The Fear of Yom Kippur - Daniel Rendelmean

Living Yom Kippur Today - Daniel Rendelmean

Yom Kippur - Sheepfold Gleanings

Yom Kippur - Natan Lawrence

Yom Kippur and The Azazel Goat - Hoshanah Rabbah

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