Yom Kippur – The Holiest Day of the year

“I, even I, am He who blots out your transgressions for My own sake; And I will not remember your sins. Put Me in remembrance; Let us contend together; State your case, that you may be acquitted. – Isaiah 43:25/26

Dear friends,

On this day of Yom Kippur, reflect deeply.

This is a day of fasting and measured introspection.

If you have any pain, any physical issues, any grievances in your life there is a spiritual root to be addressed.  

It’s time for a Deep Dive.

It’s time to state your case to the Lord.

Stand before him.

Search your heart.

Acknowledge transgressions that are brought to your mind by the Holy Spirit.

They should grieve you rather than provoke you to defend or excuse yourself. 

Sincerely Repent for your sins. Ask Him to blot out all iniquity so that you may be acquitted and set free. 

This can be a lengthy process as “forgotten” issues from the past are brought to your remembrance to be addressed. 

Once you begin this process, old memories may surface at random times during the day, excavating issues that have not been addressed. 

But once they are dealt with, He remembers no more.

If you go deep with this process and surrender to it you will see remarkable physical changes.

When cleared of spiritual offences that have been so long buried they were almost unknown. 

Yet when unearthed, ancient rusty anchors are exposed. 

Repent. Plead the blood of Jesus that sets you free. 🩸 

Then Ask the Lord to then blot out these inquities.

Heavy anchors are then expunged.  It will seem as if they were never even there…

Your body heaves a sigh of relief and relaxes in faith and trust. Thé body can finally REST.

This is how healing naturally flows in, when order is established in the heart and mind, 

A warm, tender, unstoppable wave begins to flow. It infiltrates the body. 

In simple terms, 

Rest returns. 

Order is restored 

We witness this as the MIRACULOUS.

Ahava Sarah Fischer

16 September 2021

* I must add. Giving is a big part of receiving a breakthrough. GIVE generously to the Lord as the verses preceding indicate. 

Isaiah 43:22/24

“But you have not called upon Me, 

O Jacob; And you have been weary of Me, O Israel. 

You have not brought Me the sheep for your burnt offerings,

Nor have you honored Me with your sacrifices.

I have not caused you to serve with grain offerings,

Nor wearied you with incense.

You have bought Me no sweet cane with money,

Nor have you satisfied Me with the fat of your sacrifices;

But you have burdened Me with your sins,

You have wearied Me with your iniquities.”


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