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A Postscript to Yom Kippur Observance

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Sep 17, 2021 at 19:58

While contemplating the points of view of respected observer Leonard Oken, another observation from an external source (newspaper Times of Israel) appeared from a commentary about a distinction noted between a Jewish observance of Yom Kippur as compared to Pesach; and this struck a chord in this goy's consideration of the fully Jewish influences many non-Jewish believers tend to let slide for ignoring how important the Holy One of Israel is to the walk all believers in this world trying so desperately to walk away from believing altogether.
Belief in the Savior (Yeshua) (for this observer) is intricately and intimately connected to both Yom Kippur and Pesach, each for the 'beginning' (א - alpha) and the ending (ת - Omega) of the basis of salvation as found in the Hebrew Holy Writ. It is also the basis of the observations of how Israel fits in the eternal scheme of things as the world wobbles towards a conclusion very few are able to recognize. The closing seven chapters of Isaiah speak directly to this.

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