How the watchman spent this year’s Yom Kippur

This blog was written on 9/19/2010. As 2013 Yom Kippur is just a day away, it is quite appropriate to read this again. That was the first year he experienced the full fast with no food and no water, and with Israel in his mind too. How God has set his heart on Israel. Tomorrow will be the fourth time of Yom Kippur fast for him. It will be entirely different from the first time. He will let you know his experience when it is over.

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In his attempt to identify with the brethren who keeps Yom Kippur (the day of atonement), the watchman tried as much as he could to spend his day accordingly. His goals are as follows:
Identify with the Jewish people (the natural descendants of Abraham) in their physical and spiritual quests (faith in action)
Seek God for revelation of His immediate future plan and purpose for Israel (for prayer and intercession purposes)
Seek a deeper walk in the spiritual realm for the watchman as he has never done this much of fasting (no food and no water) for 25 hours before.
On the day before the eve of Yom Kippur, he took three meals instead of the usual one and half meals. For dinner, he forced himself to eat the full plate of rice as he needed the energy for an outstation travel on the Yom Kippur Day. After his relatively…

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