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Published on Sep 14, 2013
(recorded 9/14/13) Lew White & Mark Davidson discuss the solemn Redemptive Feast of Yom Kaphar (Day of Atonement) and how our obedience in fasting on this day teaches a greater lesson about the war between spirit and flesh; and how our minor uncomfort pales in comparison to Yahusha's great sacrifice for all mankind. . . .Yom Kafar is the most critical day of the year. Yahusha is reflected in the 2 goats as well as the High Priest's placing the sins of the nation on the head of the scapegoat. On this day sometime future, the dragon will be bound and the governorship of the planet will be returned to Yahusha and His Covenant people, Yisharal (Israel). Yom Kafar is "decision day" for choosing Yahusha over the world, reflected in our afflicting our bodies through fasting. The culmination of the reign of Yahuah and the restoration of the Earth, will be the Wedding Feast of the Lamb, at Sukkoth (Tabernacles), when those invited to the Wedding Feast enter into the "Tent", and literally become the Dwelling Place (Mishkan), the eternal Household with Yahusha as their Light. Learn what the redemptive shadows mean; those without the "extra oil" for their lamps will not have time to prepare after the door closes to the Wedding Feast.