PASTORS BLOG: September 19, 2018

Yom Kippur is an important Jewish Holiday that falls on the 10th day of the month of Tisheri in the Jewish calander. In the United States of America it is celebrated today, September 19. Yom Kippur is a day in which our Jewish brothers and sisters will spend the day in fasting and prayer, repenting of their sins and making atonement with God. In Jewish tradition this is an annual event, when the High Priest enters into the Holy of Hollies to make at-one-ment between Man and God. In Adventist teaching, the Day of Atonement is a once for all event that took place on October 22, 1844 when Jesus Christ, our High Priest entered the Most Holy Place in the Heavenly Sanctuary to make
at-one-ment between man and God. Jesus intercedes on our behalf in the Heavenly Sanctuary and we are called to live a consecrated life on earth for the Investigative Judgement also began on this date. Just a thought for your further study and comments.
Shalom, Shalom!

Franklin G. David
“See the invisible, hear the inaudible, believe the incredible, and think the unthinkable.”