Day of Atonement

Posted by Luchen Bailey in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

Today we pick up on the day Atonement, as the Priest enters the Holy of Holies.

http://andnowyouknowmore.blogspot.com

After leaving the Holy of Holies, he would return to the entrance of tabernacle.

13 Comments

  • Reply September 18, 2018

    Tom Steele

    This OP is from 2014 and the linked blog has apparently been removed. Not sure what purpose this was being rehashed is, aside from tonight being the Day of Atonement. Though, I suppose it shows people have been “Judaizing”, as some of the people in this group like to say, in this group a bit longer than I supposedly have. Even though I am not “Judaizing”, as teaching the Bible is not “Judaizing”, but at least I now see this has been going on in this group a while longer than I have been here. Thanks for pointing that out.

    • Reply September 18, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      The brother author is with the Lord now
      but back to OP – whats your take the said Yom?

    • Reply September 18, 2018

      Tom Steele

      Ah, well, that explains why his blog is no longer active. Though, I still don’t get why repost something that is no longer active on the Web.

      Oh… wait… did you just say that someone pushing the Day of Atonement is “with the Lord now”. Hmmmmmm. No disrespect to the deceased, but I find that point very interesting.

    • Reply September 18, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      The OP is from 2018 the Yom just started @ sunset

    • Reply September 18, 2018

      Tom Steele

      Do you know how your own page works? When I click n your “current” OP it opens to the Pentecostal Theology website. It then provides a link to the real OP… which it seems you have now deleted, but it was there earlier. That was from 2014. I hope you didn’t delete that post to try and intentionally make me look foolish, but I know what was there.

    • Reply September 18, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      Most articles are offered on FB which has its own mind The page works as an auto archive of everything we talk about as long as FB allows archiving, which at times is not the easiest thing to do with their every changing policies We are talking about thousands of posts every month with close to half million comments And no I did not delete the posts from the blog, but I think his family may have which is OK in this case as you would agree

    • Reply September 18, 2018

      Tom Steele

      Troy Day Of course… I just found it odd that it was up a few hours ago and now, after we started discussing it, it is not. But yes, I suppose it’s also possible that someone from his family saw it after you reposted it and decided to remove it. I’m glad to know you were not the one to remove it after we started to discuss it.

    • Reply September 19, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      naah the blog has been down for several months now, but the archives are still there if still interested The automatic algorithm is way to complicated to explain in layman terms but it probably auto reposted being directly related to Yom Kippur and all

    • Reply September 19, 2018

      Tom Steele

      Yeah, the blog, but I looked at the OP from this FB Group. It was there, now it’s not. But no worries, it’s irrelevant at this point. Just odd the way it all happened. That’s all.

    • Reply September 19, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      ok? – whats your point? OP?

    • Reply September 19, 2018

      Tom Steele

      The point was that you claimed the OP was from 2018 and the real OP, the one that appears to now be deleted, was from 2014.

    • Reply September 19, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      What all this has to do with the Day of Atonement? Today we pick up on the day Atonement, as the Priest enters the Holy of Holies After leaving the Holy of Holies, he would return to the entrance of tabernacle…and so on?

  • Reply September 18, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, typically involves standing for hours with a hungry belly and a parched throat. These bodily deprivations underscore the biblical commandment to afflict our souls—an affliction that may engender liberation.

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Day of Atonement

Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

Today we pick up on the day Atonement, as the Priest enters the Holy of Holies.

http://andnowyouknowmore.blogspot.com

After leaving the Holy of Holies, he would return to the entrance of tabernacle.

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