[Video] Yom Kippur: Can Fasting Earn Atonement?

Ron Cantor —  September 12, 2013 —  Comments
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Jews around the world are taught that Fasting on Yom Kippur can remove sin. Is that really what the Bible teaches? Messianic communicator, Ron Cantor, reveals the purpose of fasting on Yom Kippur and why God commanded it. Here is a hint: It was not to atone for sin. Let us know what you think.

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  1. Ben Hardy says:

    An excellent study Ron! Yes, only by the shedding of blood can our sins be forgiven! And thank Yeshua for being our sacrificial Lamb! Amen.

  2. steven avery says:

    I’ve never really come upon a Jewish teaching that fasting removes sin. The chasids sometimes try a thing with a chicken over the head, and as one Jewish site says: “The chickens are eventually killed and thus provide blood atonement for sins.” Of course, this is a rejection of the blood atonement of Messiah. However, lets try to make sure we represent the orthodox errors properly 🙂 .