Yom Kippur and The Psychology of the Temple Offerings

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This teaching deals with the psychology of the Holy Temple and the many sacrifices that had to be done on the day of Yom Kippur, which is considered the holiest day of the year.

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Rico Cortes

I am a teacher of Scriptures, Torah follower, and believer in Messiah Yeshua. I have been given the opportunity to share the Word of God with many believers around the world. My work as a servant of the Most High God has allowed me to be a voice to spread the good news of the New Testament, unveiling its truth through context and the obedience to the Almighty through his Torah.

3 thoughts on “Yom Kippur and The Psychology of the Temple Offerings”

  1. I’m wondering how it is that Moshe, after killing the Egyptian, was not considered a ‘murderer’ when this sin is a moral contamination. The same is true for King David. He premeditated, plotted and planned the murder of his loyal military captain to take what did not belong to him. This is a moral contamination. Please explain.

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