Matthew Nolan on Yom Kippur

Matthew Nolan on Yom Kippur

And other flubdubbery

Chickens are used for the kaparot (or kaparos) ceremony observed by some Orthodox Jews

http://www.jewishjournal.com/los_angeles/article/atonement_chickens_swung_and_tossed

Atonement chickens; really??? – How definitively absurd!!!

That is on par with the ‘Kol Nidre’ (The canned prayer for the disavowing of vows) recited at Day of Atonement; completely against – Dt.23:21 & 22 & Mat.5:37 & Jms.5:12

Rom.10:2-3 applies as much to Rabbinic/Orthodox/Jews as much as it does to the Gentile Christian Church – (2Ths.2:10-12)

Yes; fast/ing tsoom/tsume do not occur in Torah –

Rom.5:11 tells the Yahshua Atonement story.

Confess Sin – Repent – Teshuva –

Embrace Melkizedeq Truth

True At-one-ment Blessings

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3 thoughts on “Matthew Nolan on Yom Kippur

  1. .
    Comment – That teaching is full of errors Bro. The Hebrew word an’aw is connected to not eating food in Scripture.

    Answer *********

    @The Hebrew word an’aw is connected to not eating food in Scripture – Really? – By Who – What?

    Connected by Who? Jews? Rabbis? the Levitically Minded?

    Connected by What?

    H6031
    עָנָה
    ‛ânâh
    aw-naw’
    A primitive root (possibly rather identical with H6030 through the idea of looking down or browbeating); to depress literally or figuratively, transitively or intransitively (in various applications). (sing is by mistake for H6030.): – abase self, afflict (-ion, self), answer [by mistake for H6030], chasten self, deal hardly with, defile, exercise, force, gentleness, humble (self), hurt, ravish, sing [by mistake for H6030], speak [by mistake for H6030], submit self, weaken, X in any wise.
    Total KJV occurrences: 83

    H6030
    עָנָה
    ‛ânâh
    aw-naw’
    A primitive root; properly to eye or (generally) to heed, that is, pay attention; by implication to respond; by extension to begin to speak; specifically to sing, shout, testify, announce: – give account, afflict [by mistake for H6031], (cause to, give) answer, bring low [by mistake for H6031], cry, hear, Leannoth, lift up, say, X scholar, (give a) shout, sing (together by course), speak, testify, utter, (bear) witness. See also H1042, H1043.
    Total KJV occurrences: 329

    cover the mouth – no air either? 24hrs – not gonna happen

    Makes more sense to confess – give account, afflict, speak, testify, utter, (bear) witness

    What is more pleasing to YHWH – confession bearing witness or no almond bear claws?

    • The Aiyin, Nun, Hey in both 6031 and 6030 have the same Vowels. The quamatsz (sp) the ah or awe or whatever sound.
      I see both these definitions overlapping and interchangeable
      But with the same fairness, I do not see ANY English word in both 6030 or 6031definitions having to do with going without eating food, or eating food for that matter. I do see the English word defined as “weaken” -so one could say by going with out
      food would definitely weaken one self. Now should we depend
      on Strongs alone? It is very possible that Strongs may not
      have been totally Privy to a complete Hebraic mindset Context of other passages, as to
      how Hebrew words work. Ie: The Aiyin, the Nun, and Hey mean both. Rejoicing and Humility in all it’s array of opposites in both of these Strongs: H6030 and H6031.? Mathew Goes on to quote a passage where Yah Himself Defines “fasting” as Helping other etc. So is it helping others that causes oneself to be humbled? Would this not cause oneself to be afflicted? AND would not Helping those in need Result in your soul to Rejoice weather or not we eat something or not?
      Not picking on anyone here Dave, Just asking the question,
      and reminds me of something that Mathew has taught: “A text without a Context is a Pretext.
      I believe your possibly “Pre’texting” without a full understanding
      of a fuller Hebraic Circular context of How Hebrew words can
      mean both – in this case Ahnaw-Ahna- as meaning both of
      Strongs understanding- that of Rejoicing and Humility and the Same time.

      Just saying……I Don’t see Mathews Teaching in error in the light of the whole context of the Entire Bible.
      Just don’t see it Dave.

      But I am open for more discussion on this
      In an honest misrash keeping the attitude in our writing
      neutral.
      Blessings Bro….

  2. That is on par with the ‘Kol Nidre’ (The canned prayer for the disavowing of vows) recited at Day of Atonement; completely against – Dt.23:21 & 22 & Mat.5:37 & Jms.5:12
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    Anna P – I remember the horror and the shock that went through me when I learned the words; and what they were actually saying – to the beautiful Kol Nidre that used to stir such Reverend AWE in me every Yom Kippur!!! – These Wicked Deceivers!!!!

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