Sunday Morning 9/27/09

I am catching up on posting sermon audio this week.  This is the sermon preached just before the start of Yom Kippur, which is the focus of the sermon.  I pray that the Lord blesses you through His Word.  Sermon notes are below and you just need to press play to listen.

Yom Kippur

Sermon Notes for 9/27/09


  1. Yom Kippur is also know as the Day of Atonement

    1. This is the day the scapegoat is chosen Lev. 16:6-10

    2. It is the most solemn day in the Jewish Year and is also know as “the fast” – Lev. 23:27-32

    3. It is a day for a fresh start – 2 Peter 3:13

    4. The Atonement was only temporary

    5. The Old Testament pointed to a more permanent atonement

      1. Psalm 103:8-12

      2. Micah 7:18-19

    6. Atonement cannot be made by a mere man

      1. 1 Samuel 2:24-25; Psalm 49:6-8,15

    7. Christ is the atonement – John 1:29, Gal. 3:13

      1. Hebrews 10:4-6

    8. On this day all Israelites wear white linen -Lev. 16:3-5

      1. Isaiah 1:18; Jeremiah 2:22

  2. Jesus began His public ministry on Yom Kippur

    1. It is the only day that the year of Jubilee can be proclaimed – Leviticus 25:9-10

    2. Jesus had spent 40 days in the desert – Luke 4:1-2

    3. He came to the synagogue to preach when He returned – Luke 4:14-21

    4. The crowd tried to throw Him off a cliff – Lk. 4:28-30

  3. This day has prophetic meaning as well

    1. Israel’s understanding is veiled – 2 Cor. 3:13-16

    2. The veil will be removed – Zechariah 12:10

    3. This will signal a move of God – Hosea 5:15-6:6

      1. Matthew 23:37-39

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