Sermon: The Bible and the Day of Atonement

Sermon: The Bible and the Day of Atonement

The Jews call it Yom Kippur, Christians “The Day of Atonement.” Does it have any relevance for Christians today? Was it observed in the New Testament? What did some of the ancient Hebrew ceremonies surrounding it mean? Does one goat in Leviticus represent Jesus and the other Satan? How does the New Testament help answer this?

There is an article of related interest titled “The Day of Atonement–Its Christian Significance” at

Here is the link to the sermon:

The Bible and the Day of Atonement

And since this is for a Holy Day, below is a link to an offertory sermonette:

Offering for Atonement?

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