No Fasting on YOM KIPPUR

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The vast majority of Judaism and the Messianic Hebrew Roots movement fast from food on the holiest day of the year, Yom Kippur. However, at First Harvest Ministries we teach the complete opposite. We believe that Satan has ROBBED this glorious day of its SPIRITUAL INTENT !!!


00:00:00 - Yom Kippur and the 10 Days of Awe
00:00:21 - Why We Do Not Fast on Yom Kippur
00:00:45 - The Messianic and Hebrew Roots Movement
00:01:10 - The Importance of the Intent of the Law
00:01:35 - The Feast of Yom Kippur and the Pharisees' Additions
00:01:55 - Misconceptions about fasting
02:17:00 - Fasting on Yom Kippur
00:02:37 - Yom Kippur: The Day of Atonement
00:03:05 - The meaning of afflict in Hebrew
00:03:31 - The Beauty of Yom Kippur
00:04:00 - The First Commandment to Fast
00:04:27 - Fasting to Connect to Divinity
00:04:49 - Fasting in the New Testament
00:05:12 - The Addition of Fasting in the Jewish Tradition
00:05:41 - Fasting in Vain
00:06:07 - Fasting on Yom Kippur
00:06:38 - The Unfulfilled Passover
00:07:04 - The Feast of Unleavened Bread and Separation of the Bride
00:07:30 - The Wedding Day on Yam Kippur
00:08:04 - Fasting or Feasting on Yom Kippur
00:08:33 - The Holiest and Grandest Day of the Year
00:08:57 - The Fasting in Jerusalem
00:09:24 - The Jewish People and Fasting
00:09:50 - The presence of the Bridegroom
00:10:16 - Continuing to Keep Yom Kippur
00:10:41 - The Coming of the Bridegroom
00:11:07 - Observing the Spirit of Yom Kippur
00:11:33 - Bless you
00:12:07 - Applause

Key insights
Understanding the intent or spirit of the law is just as important as following the letter of the law in Jewish tradition.
The Jewish people have taken the phrase "afflict your soul" to mean fasting on Yom Kippur, but it's not actually commanded in the scriptures.
The spiritual intent of Yom Kippur is often overlooked, and it's important to understand the true meaning of humbling oneself on this day.
The first mention of fasting in the Bible comes from a pagan practice, not a commandment from Yahweh.
Fasting on Yom Kippur may not be the type of fasting that Yahweh wanted from his people.
All the holy days are symbolic and have deeper meanings that are yet to be fulfilled.
Yom Kippur is a feast, not a fast, representing the celebration of the bride being free to marry another.
There is a group of people on Earth today that understands that he has never left us, and therefore we come rejoicing.