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Holy Day: The Time of Reparation

The Time of Reparation

The Time of Reparation (Day of Atonement)

The Day of Atonement is a day in which the great God of Heaven and Earth, also known as the God of Israel, commanded His people to remember, observe, and keep.

The Day of Atonement is one of the annual holy days regarded in the Book of Leviticus, in chapter 23.

This annual holy day is called the Day of Atonement in the King James Bible and it is a day in which God will make an atonement for man’s rebellion and trespass.

Atonement can lend meaning to forgiveness and also to reparation, as in making reparation for someone’s behavior.

You can make reparation for a wrong or an injury, a sin or transgression.

the Price of Sin is Death

Because of these definitions, this is why this single Holy Day is perhaps one of the most important days of the entire year and the entire creation for mankind.

The Day of Atonement is connected to the Passover as the Passover is the beginning and the atonement is the ending of covering mankind’s sin.

As we will learn in this brief Bible study, those who do not allow Jesus the Messiah from God, to atone for their sins, will ultimately have to atone for their own sins.

The price of sin is death, which Jesus the Christ has already paid for everyone. We only have to mail in our receipt which is an actionable step displaying our faith.

To mail in your receipt, we simply put ourselves under the blood of Jesus. And align ourselves with the ways of the Heavenly Kingdom.

Today the Jewish people call this Yom Kippur. However the ancient Israelites simply called it the Day of Atonement. In this study we are also calling it a time of reparation.

Leviticus 23:4 King James Version (KJV)

4 These are the feasts of the Lord, even holy convocations, which ye shall proclaim in their seasons.

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