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- RSM Primary English
- Leviticus II
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In the Old Testament, the Day of Atonement was the day the High Priest made an atoning sacrifice for the sins of the people. This act of atonement brought reconciliation between the people and God.
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After the blood sacrifice was offered to the Lord, a goat was released into the wilderness to symbolically carry away the sins of the people. This "scapegoat" was never to return.
The Day of Atonement was a yearly reminder that all of Israel's daily, weekly, and monthly ritual sacrifices and offerings were not sufficient to atone for sin. Yom Kippur is celebrated on the tenth day of the Hebrew month of Tishri corresponds to mid-September through mid-October. The observance of the Day of Atonement is recorded in the Old Testament book of Leviticus ; Yom Kippur was the only time during the year when the high priest would enter the Holy of Holies in the innermost chamber of the Temple or Tabernacle to make atonement for the sins of all Israel.
Atonement means "covering.
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On this day, the high priest would remove his official priestly garments, which were radiant vestments. He would bathe and put on a pure white linen robe to symbolize repentance.
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Next, he would make a sin offering for himself and the other priests by sacrificing a young bull and a ram for a burnt offering. Then he would enter the Holy of Holies with a pan of glowing coals from the altar of incense , filling the air with a smoky cloud and aroma of incense.
Using his fingers, he would sprinkle the blood of the bull on the mercy seat and the floor before the ark of the covenant. The high priest would then cast lots between two live goats that had been brought by the people.
One goat was killed as a sin offering for the nation. Its blood was then added by the high priest to the blood already sprinkled inside the Holy of Holies. With this act, he atoned even for the Holy Place. With grand ceremony, the high priest would then place his hands on the head of the live goat and confess the sins of the whole nation before the altar of burnt offering. Finally, he would give the live goat to an appointed person who carried it outside the camp and set it free into the wilderness.
Symbolically, the "scapegoat" would carry away the sins of the people. After these ceremonies, the high priest would enter the tent of meeting, bathe again, and redress in his official garments. Taking the fat of the sin offering, he would present a burnt offering for himself and one for the people. Sample Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6.
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Vernon McGee — was an ordained Presbyterian minister, theologian, and radio minister. In , McGee started his popular Thru the Bible radio series and soon it was broadcast on over channels in North America.
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