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Yom Kippur

We've updated the countdown clock on the right to reflect the start (in Jerusalem time) of the traditional date for Yom Kippur.

Keep in mind there is some ambiguity because the new moon was sighted in Israel several days after the traditional Rosh Hashanah date of September 13th and Yom Kippur is calculated as ten days after the Feast of Trumpets.

In effect the traditional date of Yom Kippur may be correct, but it could actually begin as late as Friday evening (Jerusalem time).

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3 comments :

  1. I'm ready for the day of atonement.

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  2. all of these posts are so good Greg n Gary, thanks....every single post is amazing! God Bless you both.......tony, vt.

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  3. i agree with tony. may God give you-and us all-discernment and wisdom for these times we are in.
    only the Spirit of God can get us through what is coming-what is now here...

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