In Curt Landry’s message Yom Kippur 2016 Sabbath of Sabbaths, a time of holy convocation takes place prior to an immersion service.
Curt shares that the House of David strives to honor the Feasts of the Lord on the evening of, as a sign that we honor the calendar of the Lord over man’s calendar.
He examines the past observance of the 10 Days of Awe leading up to a day of corporate repentance called Yom Kippur –explaining that it is a day we seek forgiveness for the the sins committed over the past year and resolve to not make the same mistakes in the future.
Later in the service a prophetic word is released about those who have experienced being the scapegoat in their family line. Many stand and release the shame, guilt and confusion that has been placed on them over the years. Decreeing everything that has come against them was only a preparation for what is to come.
Curt goes on to discuss the upcoming immersion and the importance of the mikvah, explaining that we are to immerse first in repentance for our own sins, next for our household (all those saved and unsaved), followed by the remnant of the Body of Christ that is going to do the work of the Lord in this third day.
The service is followed by a powerful time of reconciliation in the immersion pool (this is not available live stream), as neighboring churches come together and repent for allowing past division to keep them from being able to fully walk in unity together as representatives of the Kingdom.
- What is the Day of Atonement?
- This day is the most solemn day on the Jewish calendar.
- The scapegoat was never to return