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October 12, 2024

Atonement is the process of removing obstacles in our relationship with God. The Day of Atonement, a holy day during the Fall Festival season, symbolizes a day in the future when Satan will be chained and imprisoned. Right now, the process of atonement requires humility and honesty, and can use the tool of fasting to draw closer to God. 

  • by Tom Robinson
In the 500 years since the Reformation began, Protestantism has broken with many traditions of the Roman church. Yet it persists in observing unbiblical holidays while rejecting the biblical festivals that reveal God’s plan of salvation through Jesus Christ.
  • by United Church of God
If you've never fasted before, a commitment of a day may be easier to accomplish and will familiarize you with the process. Use that first experience to learn what your body's particular reactions are.
  • by Jerold Aust
God designed seven distinct annual festivals that together portray a system of salvation for all humankind. This amazing knowledge can change your life now and forever.
  • by United Church of God
It's a Hebrew name for one of God's commanded Holy Days, the Day of Atonement.
The New King James Version refers to Christ four times as our propitiation. What does this word mean?
  • by United Church of God
The festivals foreshadow and reveal the basics of God's plan of salvation.
  • by United Church of God
Some call fasting a spiritual discipline. It is often connected with prayer, Bible study and meditation. What is fasting and why does the Bible encourage us to fast?
  • by Ryan Hall
Atonement emphasizes the culmination of both God the Father’s and Jesus Christ’s selfless actions to build a holy family. We can be assured that sin and the author of it will be cast away, giving way to a time of unity with God once again.