What is this Jubilee that is mentioned in Leviticus 25? Why is it tied in to the Day of Atonement and why did God say it is something important that the Israelites needed to do? This afternoon I have three R's that you can remember that may help in the meaning of the Jubilee and the Day of Atonement.
Sin is the cause of much pain and suffering in the world. But where does sin come from? What is its source? And how can we be rid of the scourge of sin? The biblical Day of Atonement answers all of these questions.
Two days ago we pondered the Proclamation of Proclamations recorded in the Revelation of Jesus Christ: “Then the seventh angel sounded: And there were loud voices in heaven, saying, ‘The kingdoms of this world have become the kingdoms of our Lord and of His Christ, and He shall reign forever and forever”” (Revelation 11:15). This watershed event proclaims Christ’s conquest of the world and perhaps more significantly the transformation of those who follow Him from mere mortal to pulsating Spirit life Eternal.
The annual cycle of the celebration of the festivals and Holy Days reminds Christ's disciples that He is working out His plan of extending salvation from sin and death and offering the gift of eternal life in the family of God to all humanity—past, present and future.
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