Yom Kippur - Day of Atonement
Yom Kippur, or the Day of Antonement, is the holiest day of the Feasts of the Lord, and provides prophetic insight regarding the Second Coming of Messiah, the restoration of national Israel, and the final judgment of the world. It is also a day that reveals the High-Priestly work of Yeshua as our Kohen Gadol (High Priest) after the order of Malki-Tzedek (Beb. 5:10, 6:20) [from Hebrew4Christians.com]
There were two great atonements given by YHVH:
Individual (permanent) atonement for those who turn to Yeshua
Purification of the nation of Israel during the great Day of the LORD at the end of days.
Idioms for Yom Kippur
Face to Face – the priest is meeting with God face to face at the ark of the covenant.
The Day, or The Great Day – often quoted in the prophets
The Fast – they fasted that day
The Great Shofar – Shofar HaGadol
Neilah – the closing of the gates. This is the last time you can know God for the year.
Yom Kippur is honored today as a fast day. It is spent in prayer, and neither food nor drink is consumed from sundown to sundown.
Yom Kippur has so many interesting facts that relate to Yeshua's first and second coming. For more information, you can watch Mark Biltz's teaching below.