This teaching discusses the services of Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement). First, the High Priest ceremony of Yom Kippur from Leviticus 16 will be examined. Then, the final service of a traditoinal Orthodox Jewish service on Yom Kippur known as the Neilah services will examined. In doing so, this teaching is on the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot). In this study, we will learn that the purpose of creation is the Messiah dwelling on the earth. The Messiah dwelling with His people is associated with Sukkot. Sukkot represnts the completion of our spiritual journey after being redeemed, we are servants of the God of Israel. The fourth teaching discusses the themes of Sukkot including: dwelling in booths, rembering the historical Egyptian exodus, the building of the tabernacle of Moses, the season of our joy, and much more.