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Growing In God with Gary Hargrave

Sep 15, 2021

Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement, which was the one day a year in ancient Judaism that the high priest was able to enter into the holy of holies, pass through the veil, and go into the presence of God. Then he laid hands on a live goat and put upon it all of the sin and iniquity of Israel—which was led away from the camp and into the wilderness to die. On that day, all sin and iniquity, all wickedness of spirit, soul, and body, was removed from the people of Israel and they had access to the holy of holies. In the same way, we are sanctified through Yeshua, our high priest, who was crucified for us, and now we too can enter into the heavenly presence of God.