The Day of Atonement Celebration
The Day of Atonement is a sacred day – a divine appointment between you and God – when you meet before the
Ark of the Covenant and honor Him.
God gave very clear direction concerning the Day of Atonement in Leviticus 23: 26-32:
Then the Lord said to Moses, “Be careful to celebrate the Day of Atonement on the tenth day of that same
month—nine days after the Festival of Trumpets. You must observe it as an official day for holy assembly, a day
to deny yourselves and present special gifts to the Lord. Do no work during that entire day because it is the Day
of Atonement, when offerings of purification are made for you, making you right with the Lord your God. All who do
not deny themselves that day will be cut off from God’s people. And I will destroy anyone among you who does
any work on that day. You must not do any work at all! This is a permanent law for you, and it must be observed
from generation to generation wherever you live. This will be a Sabbath day of complete rest for you, and on that
day you must deny yourselves. This day of rest will begin at sundown on the ninth day of the month and extend until
sundown on the tenth day.”
The Day of Atonement – or Yom Kippur – occurs on the 10th
day of the Hebrew month of Tishri.
On our calendar, the Day of Atonement occurs from sundown on Tuesday, October 4 through Wednesday, October 5.
Throughout the entire Day of Atonement, Thursday, October 5
, Dr. Rod & Joni Parsley and the Breakthrough
Prayer Warriors will lift up your prayer needs
your Atonement Offering
Tens of thousands of anointed men and women of faith will be joining us from all around the world, as we add our faith
to yours and believe God for atonement miracles and the 7 Blessings of
to be poured out in your life.
Do not miss this celebration of the atoning work of the Lord Jesus Christ – the DAY OF ATONEMENT!