Yom Kippur | The Day of Repentance

Yom Kippur

There are a number of things that hinder us from experiencing the presence of the Lord. The Lord calls us to a lifestyle of repentance so that we are continuously cleansing our soul, freeing us to experience more of Him.

Repentance allows you to…

  • Renew your mind
  • Hear from the Lord
  • Cover any iniquities with the blood of Yeshua

Yom Kippur is a time of regeneration and renewal as you spend time in repentance and remembrance of how the blood of Yeshua washes you white as snow.

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Let Us Not Forget the Power of Repentance

Many Believers are not aware of the promises that come from embracing the time of repentance on God’s calendar, Yom Kippur. Without a repentant lifestyle, you are left with roadblocks to your blessings.

Yom Kippur is a time of self-reflection and repentance so that you can move forward, ready to receive. It is a time to shine as you are radiant in His cleansing!

The Lord doesn’t want anything standing in the way of His Word being manifested in your life. He actually promises comfort for those who have godly sorrow (Matthew 5:4).

We understand the feeling of your blessings being blocked. This is why we embrace the Feast of Yom Kippur, to break through any roadblocks to our blessings.

Through genuine repentance, you are…

  • Exalted by God (James 4:8-10)
  • Cleansed from all unrighteous acts (1 John 1:9)
  • Refreshed by the Lord (Acts 3:19)

“I Received My Miracle…”

Read Gabby’s testimonial of healing during Yom Kippur:

“I have a son who is in jail… so I had legal issues surrounding my life for a while. During this time, I joined Curt Landry Ministries Yom Kippur live streamed service and I felt the Ruach (Holy Spirit) come upon me. I was healed from irregular heartbeats, which where the prelude to a panic attack. I received my miracle the moment Curt Landry prayed. Right after, my chest no longer hurt, the racing heart beats disappeared! I also have mental clarity; the fog has been lifted. Alleluia!”—Gabby, California

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Man praying in the mountains as the sun goes down.

The Benefits of Yom Kippur | Rest, Renewal, and Regeneration

Celebrating Yom Kippur calls us into a time of repentance, thus finding rest and renewal in the promise that Yeshua has atoned for the sins of all who call upon His name.

What was started in Rosh Hashanah, a time to remember and reflect, is completed at Yom Kippur. It is a supernatural timeline of instruction that tells us to cleanse ourselves from distractions and experience the rest that only comes from the Lord.

When you repent, you have legal access to approach the throne of God and receive blessings. He hears your prayers!

  • Repent of pride and selfishness… and receive.

“You ask and do not receive, because you ask amiss, that you may spend it on your pleasures.”—James 4:3

  • Repent of doubt and unbelief… and receive.

“But let him ask in faith, with no doubting, for he who doubts is like a wave of the sea driven and tossed by the wind. For let not that man suppose that he will receive anything from the Lord; he is a double-minded man, unstable in all his ways.”—James 1:6-8

  • Repent of disobedience… and receive.

“Beloved, if our heart does not condemn us, we have confidence toward God. And whatever we ask we receive from Him, because we keep His commandments and do those things that are pleasing in His sight.”—1 John 3:21-22

Coming before the Lord during this appointed time of repentance opens up the windows of Heaven. Cleanse the temple (your body) of anything that hinders His presence, and remember the atoning blood of Christ. This allows Him to fill you with His rejuvenating love and positions you to receive revelation.

Below is a list of resources for you to discover more about the power of repentance and Yom Kippur.

How to Celebrate the Fall Feasts at Home

As the Fall Feasts approach, it is a season to reclaim our time and align our homes.

Get a list of what you need and steps for how to prepare your hearts spiritually and your homes physically to join in the celebrations of…

  • Rosh Hashanah
  • Yom Kippur
  • Sukkot

Why is Yom Kippur Important for Believers?

As with many biblically-based holidays, Yom Kippur is first mentioned in the book of Leviticus, specifically Leviticus 16. Further, it is one of the three Fall Feasts that God ordained as an everlasting ordinance.

As Believers, we know that through Yeshua’s sacrifice, He not only became our Passover Lamb, He became our Yom Kippur scapegoat—He became sin for us—taking our sin far from us (see 2 Corinthians 5:21).

  • Discover more about why Yom Kippur is important for Believers HERE.

Yom Kippur | New Beginnings in Repentance

The focus of repentance may not be something that our flesh desires, but the importance cannot be denied. God not only set Yom Kippur as an everlasting ordinance, but He also uses it today to sync us to Him!

  • Discover the benefits of repentance HERE.

Yom Kippur | 7 Ways Believers Can Remember this Holy Day

In the weeks preceding Yom Kippur, we ask for forgiveness from God, as well as each other.

Historically, God was honored on the day of atonement by focusing and reflecting on relationships with God and others. Other traditions known to honor this holy day were: fasting, refraining from work, and time spent in prayer.

The deeper meaning of a fast, abstained activity, and focused prayer was to eliminate any distractions that take our eyes off the Lord. Concluding the time of Yom Kippur, loved ones feasted together.  

  • Discover 7 ways Believers can remember Yom Kippur HERE.

Yom Kippur: Realigning with Our Creator

Jews and Believers the world over can benefit from Yom Kippur, not because it is our one chance to be redeemed—for it is not—but because it returns us to God and who we are meant to be in Him.

Focusing on Yom Kippur and its symbolism reminds us that we need to be realigned with God throughout the year.  The day also reminds us of the price Jesus paid so that we, who were once far off, might be brought near. And finally, the day reminds us of the blood as we walk in repentance, alignment, and redemption.

  • Discover more about realigning with our Creator HERE.

The Importance of Yom Kippur for Believers

As Believers, many of us have lost our connection to the Jewish roots of our faith; connections Jesus Himself lived by, as did generations of Believers that followed.

Now, that is not to say that Jesus taught that we, as Gentiles, are meant to do everything exactly as our Jewish brothers and sisters. Still, Yeshua said that He did not come to destroy the law but to fulfill it—and that not one word of it has or will pass away until all is fulfilled.

  • Discover how you can take part in this divine appointment by God and grow your faith HERE.

Yom Kippur | Unity

Throughout history, the Lord has desired that His people dwell in unity. Discover the importance of unity and how Believers can benefit from the lessons of our Jewish brothers and sisters as we are brought together in unity as One New Man in Jesus. 

Learn about the artifacts associated with the biblical feasts in this 3-part series.

Expect to Be Refreshed!

The time is now to welcome the Spirit to refresh your soul. Discover how to stay focused as you walk in your divine destiny. Receive miracles of breakthroughs. The Lord wants to lead you beside still waters this year as you take part in Yom Kippur.

It is time to awaken and arise to the wholeness and healing God has for you in the coming year! 

“Arise, shine, for your light has come and the glory of the Lord rises upon you.”—Isaiah 60:1

This year, the Lord wants you to know that you shine as you are radiant in His cleansing. Reclaim and recover your inheritance. Ask Him to give you insight and to open your eyes to learn His ways and laws. Receive the glory that is being released!