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Welcome to Light on the Rock

We’re well into the final four holydays of the 7th month now. Please feel free to search through Sept-October messages of previous years and you’ll find lots of timeless sermons and blogs.  I’ve reposted the series from 2013 on “Our Breathtaking Destiny – a truth many are missing. We certainly are much, much closer now to the clouds and sky rolling back like a scroll, and revealing our King of Kings and our Beloved Savior.  Hasten the day, Father, that you send back our Redeemer and let’s begin the 1000-year reign here on earth

The holydays, which begin in the Spring, reveal His wonderful plan of salvation, where eventually almost all will be saved. Some die-hard rebels will be burned up after a brief time period after the Millennium. Just see Revelation 20-22, but then YHVH creates the new heavens and new earth. A new universe!  Some believe this new universe will be composed entirely of spirit – so there will never be any decay, rust, destruction or death when that happens.  SO much to talk about!

You all have a WONDERFUL and safe Feast of Tabernacles and then the 8th day – picturing the all new beginnings!  Shalom, peace and blessings from our Father and Saviour to you all.  

09-18-2016

The true exciting meaning of the azazel goat and Atonement

by Philip Shields

Is the azazel about Christ – or about Satan’s work? I wanted to get this topic out before most of you keep Atonement. I know there are some keeping the fall holydays a month early. Is the goal azazel a picture of Christ – or Satan? Various ones say it is one or the other. You might be surprised and it might be a major shift for some of you. But I hope the scriptural backing in this teaching will bring you to the right conclusion. Yeshua and Yeshua (Jesus) alone is our Redeemer, Atonement, Savior and the One who reconciles us back to God. He shares those roles with no one else. May this teaching leave you praising Yeshua as you prepare for the Fall holydays. You’ll never think of Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) as a dry or boring day ever again.
Duration:1 hr 16 mins 54 secs

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