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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.

46 thoughts on “Yom Kippur and The Service in The Temple”

  1. sharon goodwin

    Shalom Rico, and thank you so much for all the information from your hard work as a servant of the most high. I tried to download this pdf and keep getting an error message Temple service_on_yom_kippur
    could you check this out on your end. Shabbat Shalom

  2. amazing amazing teaching that you for your dedication to study YHVH’s Word and shearing with us the knowledge, understanding and Wisdom Abba has given you. May YHVH give you His Shalom

  3. Shalom Rico! What a rich teaching on Yom Kippur. So much to learn … coming out of Christianity. The more I learn from you, the harder it is to stay in the church I attend, for there is no depth to the teachings in the church. The message in the church is evangelism to save souls. But for those of us who want to return to the Feasts, there is nothing in the church to learn. Thank you for filling that gap. Blessings, Devora Clark

  4. Dear Rico,
    Thank you so much for giving us such detailed information about what was included in the Yom Kippur service. Knowing that there was a thanksgiving service and the closing of the gate was very helpful in trying to take the correct attitude of ‘remembering the sin and not taking it for granted and belittling it” and otherwise “giving enough honor to Yeshua who has provided the offer once and for all so we can be sure that we are forgiven”. The prayers from the siddur help in providing a very long, detailed list of possible sins to confess. The many slides were very, very helpful to be able to see it before my eyes. the information about the 10 booths gives us a good advice on how to fulfill the fasting requirements (to postpone eating or drinking each time for a short while).
    I imagined how I – as an ordinary stranger among the crowd- would be waiting and totally dependent on the high priest, not realizing even half of what has been done inside. It all helped me to realize in a deeper way what a faithful, pure, powerful high priest we have in Yeshua! It would be wonderful to have such presentation for each of the feasts.

  5. All I can say is Praise Yah for choosing you for the purpose of teaching His Torah. I have been greatly blessed these past few years following your teachings and have encouraged others to do so. This teaching was amazing as I have been drawn to the Temple Service many years ago as a new convert as a Sabbath keeper through Adventist Church. This was the beginning of my journey to know my Creator and His Devine Blueprint, now moving on to the Messianic Teaching of the Torah. The more I learn the deeper I fall in love with my King, and my Master through the leading of the Ruach Ha Kodesh. The intimacy level is ever increasing and continues as I delve into seeking to know HIM even more. It’s like the pieces to the puzzle are coming together like nothing I could ever have imagined. Happy Yom Kippur and thank you for all the hours of research, and the humility and love in the way u represent OUR KING. MAY YAH’S BLESSINGS ON U AND UR FAMILY AND THE MINISTRY CONTINUE TO BE ABUNDANTLY BLESSED.

  6. Hi Number five and six shows no picture. I really love this series and would like to get the picture also. Thank you again Rico for all your wonderful teaching I enjoy all of them and have to be pried from the computer sometimes because I get so involved.

  7. Search me of Yah, and know my heart


    Blow the Shofar in Tziyown, and sound an alarm in my set apart mountain! Let all the inhabitants o the earth tremble, for the day of יהוה is coming, for it is near. “Yes, even now,” declares יהוה , “turn to me with all your heart, and with fasting, and with weeping, and with mourning.” And tear your heart and not your garments, and turn back to יהוה Eloheykiym, for He show favour and is compassionate, patient, and of great loving commitment, and He shall relent concerning the evil.

    Oh יהוה Elohie Yisra’el, turn back from your fierce anger, and relent from the evil against your People.


  8. I want to listen to the audio. I see where it says “Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser”, but I don’t see where to click to actually listen to it.

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