Yom Kippur and the Great Tribulation.

The Feasts are divided into two sections in Leviticus 23. They all are fulfilled by a specific event in the redemptive career of Messiah, and thus, they also give us the order of end-times events. Spring festivals were fulfilled at the First Coming, while Fall festivals will be fulfilled at His Second Coming. Just 10 days after the New Year on Rosh Hashanah, Jewish people worldwide observe Yom Kippur known as the day of atonement. That day is a very solemn day and a fast. Let’s look at how it connects with End-Times events.

Learn about the Feast of Trumpets or “Rosh Hashanah” here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EplB_…

Learn about the Feast of Weeks or “Shavuot” also known as Pentecost here: https://youtu.be/TlwTEgp8sjI

Olivier Melnick
Yom Kippur and the Great Tribulation – Olivier Melnick

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