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Yom Kippur 101 The culmination of the Yamim Noraim (Days of Awe) is the fast day of
Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement). This is the day at the conclusion of which, according
to tradition, God seals the Books of Life and Death for the coming year. The day
is devoted to communal repentance for sins committed over the course of the previous
year. Because of the nature of Yom Kippur and its associated rituals, it is the most
solemn day in the Jewish calendar.
What is Yom Kippur? This is judgment day. Many Jews practice repentance, say prayers,
and give charity to obtain God's forgiveness for any sins made in the past year.
Yom Kippur is the culmination of a process that began a month earlier, during the
Hebrew month of Elal. It follows Rosh Hashanah and the New Year's activities.
THE PRAYERS OF YOM KIPPUR Kol Nidre On the eve of Yom Kippur while there is still
daylight, Jews congregate all across the globe wearing white. They don their tallitot
(prayer shawls) and Kol Nidre is chanted with a sense of emotional anticipation and
a centuries-old feverishly moving melody.
How is Yom Kippur Observed? Yom Kippur commemorates the day that G‑d forgave
the Jewish people for the sin of the Golden Calf. Forty days after hearing G‑d
say at Mount Sinai: "You shall not have the gods of others in My presence; you shall
not make for yourself a graven image," the Jews committed the cardinal sin of idolatry.
Moses spent nearly three months on top of the mountain pleading with G‑d for
forgiveness, and on the tenth of Tishrei it was finally granted: "I have pardoned,
as you have requested."
Yom Kippur om Kippur is probably the most important holiday of the Jewish year. Many
Jews who do not observe any other Jewish custom will refrain from work, fast and/or
attend synagogue services on this day. Yom Kippur occurs on the 10th day of Tishri.
The holiday is instituted at Leviticus 23:26 et seq.
Yom Teruah-The Day of Shouting! The Fall Feasts of Yahweh give us, as Messianic Yisrael,
a prophetic picture of future events that we may find ourselves participating in
very soon. The Feasts of Yahweh are "rehearsals" for future events. We have intermediate
fulfillment in Yahshua the Moshiach of all the Feasts (I call these the spiritual
fulfillment) but there REMAINS a FULL NATURAL REALITY of fulfillment to come. We
must always combine the spiritual WITH the natural to receive the full reality of
a prophetic event or shadow.
High Holidays 101: Elul and Its Meaning Throughout Elul and into the Days of Awe (Rosh
Hashanah to Yom Kippur) and Sukkot (Tabernacles), I will be posting information and
inspiration for a wide audience.
Yom Kippur: A Prayer Banned by the Nazis in 1935 n his Yom Kippur Anthology, Philip
Goodman comments on the following prayer: In 1935, when anti-Semitism was clearly
evident throughout Germany, Rabbi Leo Baeck (1873 – 1956), who was president of the
representative organization of German Jewry, wrote a prayer that was distributed
to all rabbis in the country for reading at Kol Nidre services. When the Nazis found
a copy of the text, they arrested Rabbi Baeck and placed him in an S.S. prison. This
prayer, which the Nazis had prohibited on Yom Kippur in 1935 was made a part of the
trial record of Adolf Eichmann that took place in Jerusalem in 1961.
God’s Sign On Yom Kippur As we move into the changes of the Fall season, the Jewish
community is gearing up for the most important holy days in the biblical calendar.
After the long, dry summer we move into several festivals packed into a 3-week period.
The High Holy Days start with a focus on repentance at Rosh Hashanah (New Year).
Sukkat David Ministry Sukkat David Ministry: a prophetic and apostolic ministry raised
for the restoration of the Torah and the gathering of the Twelve Tribes in the Body
Ikveta D'Meshija (Los Pasos del Mesias) - Mexico City Articles and commentaries
related to Hebrew tradition, the last days and the Messiah. Is there a relationship
between all of these and daily living? Articulos y comentarios relacionados con la
tradicion hebrea, los ultimos tiempos y el Mesias. Que relacion existe entre la cotidianidad,
la tradicion hebrea, el Mesias y los dias postreros?
Merciful Servants of God By using Internet technology, the ministry connects locally,
nationally and globally with those who Yah is calling to be King Priests (John 6:44;
1 Peter 2:9; Revelation 1:6; 5:10; Revelation 20:4-6). One of the major goals of
the ministry is to help unify the assemblies of Yah (1 Corinthians 1:10; Revelation
19:7). I preach the Jewish Gospel of the Kingdom of Yah-the fact that Yeshua Messiah
will come and establish His eternal kingdom on the earth; world peace will last forever
and forever (Mark 1:14-15; Daniel 7). Death, pain, sicknesses and suffering will
be eliminated (Isaiah 2:1-4; Isaiah 11; Psalm 72).
Mayim Khayim Torah Orah - Lakeland, Florida We believe in following in the Ancient
Paths of the Messiah Yeshua HaMashiak. We are a Sabbath Keeping, Torah Based, Kosher
Eating, Messiah Focused Ministry with a vision of building a community of Torah Keepers.