God Himself tore the curtain in two, proclaiming that in Jesus' death, the final sacrifice has been made for our sins.

The "veil of the temple" refers to the inner curtain of the "Holy of Holies," which resided in the center of the Old Testament temple of worship. The curtain severely restricted access to God to a privileged few. Now, the gates to God's presence are open wide to all who would enter through the cross of Jesus Christ. God Himself tore the curtain in two, proclaiming that in Jesus' death, the final sacrifice has been made for our sins.