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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. Shalom
      Yes, that is because Yeshua came to die only once and the fact that He is the Passover is important but remember that lamb is only for redemption. So how did Yeshua fulfilled also the Sanctification, Reconciliation sacrificial requirements? That is the point of the teaching, How the the whole story of Yeshua and his death accomplish every aspect of the sacrificial system. We know Yeshua is not going to die again, so the question is why did he die on passover and not Yom Kippur? Yeshua is the lamb of God, Right! YES!!! but them Yeshua dies outside the temple and the lamb was killed inside on the altar. So, the place where Yeshua died fulfills a requirement, the declaration by John about Yeshua being the lamb of God fulfills another requirement. This teaching is trying to share how also Yeshua fulfilled the Biblical Ritual of Yom Kippur during the time of His death.

      1. What I mean is that you were talking about the Yom Kippur requirements for the High Priest, but relating it to Passover events. Obviously the High Priest is not going to be preparing for Yom Kippur at Passover. That is where I was getting confused.

  1. Praise Yahweh. I thank Yahweh who led me this site to learn more about Yahweh. my name is sohail dilbagh and i am preaching the word of Yahweh in my town arifwala in paistan. we are also running an orphanage and school for poor children. Yahweh is changing the lives of people with his mighty hand. I am happy to join Rico corter`s site. it is amazing and i have learn many new things from his notes and teachings. I am getting using these notes and videos lesson to teach my assembly. in these days we are celebrating tabernacles. pray for our little ministry and school and orphanage. I would like to learn more so that i pay preach true and poure teaching of Yahweh.


    May Yahweh richly bless all of you.
    sohail from pakistan

  2. Just watched the first video. Man, brother this is some crazy, heavy-duty stuff bro. I can’t wait to watch the rest. I think it may change my view on the book of Hebrews, at least I hope so, I would really like all the bible to be legit. I also am struggling with Paul a lot at the time even after many teachings. I hope he is legit but I know I must never forget the Torah of Elohim because it is Life and Messiah is Living Torah and is Life Everlasting. I love this temple service stuff, it really helps understand the language of the Brit Chadasha. Thanks Rico. Yah Bless and help you to bless others.

  3. monachar@telus.net

    Thank you, Rico for this teaching of Yom Kippor. For many years of observing Yom Kippor, this year your teaching has filled my heart with an awesome joy and understanding. As I anticipate the voices of the Levite Priests raised in praise brings tears to my eyes. How wonderful to have this information preserved and now being taught. Praise be to YHVH.
    This has been a great day, thank you for sharing it with us via your web site.
    Shalom, Mona

  4. Shalom Rico,
    Thank you for such a great teaching! So much info!! Your teaching has helped me put things together and in proper order. My prayer for you is that you keep receiving wisdom and understanding to share with people that have a hunger and thirst for the truth of the creator! I need to watch it again to take it all in!

  5. I want to understand the sacrifices you mentioned better. I get the bull, ram, 7 lambs, for the offering for Yom Kippur, the daily offering of 2 lambs, and the ram for the sin offering. What part have I missed? I want to make a note of it so I remember where it comes from when we reread next year’s Yom Kippur portion. Within minutes of hearing the short & sweet prayer of the high priest at the end of the sacrifices, it started raining here. Thanks for all you do to educate us. To Him be all glory, honor, and praise!

  6. Rico,
    How do you spell the ‘bedoie’ prayer that your spoke about in this series? Where can we get a copy of that my freind? Thank you for all you do. Bless you.
    Rick and Cathy Godley Ruston, La.

  7. Thank you so much for another awesome teaching Rico. For the 1st time i am beginning to understand what Yom Kippur is about and how Yeshua fulfilled ALL the requirements. It is so overwhelming that i really want to listen and study it again and again. His love for us is AWESOME and fills me with wonder and exitement that YAH is revealing the TRUTH about the Ancient Ways once again to us. Thank you for being an intrument in the Hands of our BELOVED YAH. Shalom

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