Kippur

Kippur – Part 1

The Day of Atonement or Yom Kippur was a ceremony initiated by God Himself. It began immediately after the death of Nadab and Abihu, the two sons of Aaron that attempted to improve on God’s instructions regarding the temple offerings and decided to add their own unauthorized fire offering to the Lord. The Lord was not pleased with the “strange fire” the two sons of Aaron presumptuously offered in His presence. Their lives were taken and a great lesson regarding the Holiness of God was temporarily learned.

http://livingwordin3d.com/discovery/2017/01/14/hebrew-word-study-atonement-part-i/

Kippur – Part 2

In the last audio, we discovered one of The Picture Meanings of the Hebrew word KIPPUR. It is a picture of a Prince or Judge that is about to read the verdict and pass judgment on a convicted criminal but instead the Judge covers his mouth and refuses to pass sentence on the guilty party. There are some other pieces to be added to this picture but first we need to take a look at the number meaning of the Hebrew word Kippur.

http://livingwordin3d.com/discovery/2017/01/14/hebrew-word-study-atonement-part-ii/

Kippur – Part 3

The Number 300.

http://livingwordin3d.com/discovery/2017/01/14/hebrew-word-study-atonement-part-iii/

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