Shaddai.com: To the Jew first and also to the Gentile

Shaddai.com: To the Jew first and also to the Gentile

Yom Kippur

Jewish Jewel:

Does the prayer shawl mean the same thing as the yarmulka?
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Commanded in Leviticus 23:26 - 32, the Day of Atonement, was created to be a time when the Israelites would think back on all of their sins from the past year. They would repent and offer sacrifices and fast as they prayed to G-D for repentance.

We at Beth-El Shaddai prefer to remember our Atonement. We bathe this day in prayer not only for ourselves but also for those of our brothers and sisters who do not understand that the Atonement of their blood sacrifice has been lifted up once and for all in their Messiah. We also lift up G-D and praise Him for the Atonement that He made for us by defeating death and washing our sins away with the blood He spilled. The blood of the final Atonement sacrifice. The fulfillment of Jeremiah 31:31 - 37.