The Festival of Sukkot | The Feast of Tabernacles: Sukkot 4
TORAH Reading Num. 29:20-25
New Testament Reading John 7-8
Sukkot Overview: Season of Our Joy!
The seventh (and final) feast given to Israel is called Sukkot or the "Feast of Tabernacles." During this time, many Jewish families construct a sukkah (lit. Booth) to remember how Israel lived in during their 40 year sojourn in the wilderness after the exodus from Egypt. Later, after Israel entered the land of promise, Sukkot was associated with the fall harvest and came to be known as Chag ha-Asif, the "Festival of Ingathering" (of the harvest) at the end of the year.
From a spiritual perspective, Sukkot corresponds to the joy of knowing your sins were forgiven and also recalls God's miraculous provision and care after the deliverance from bondage in Egypt. Prophetically, Sukkot anticipates the coming kingdom of Yeshua the Messiah wherein all the nations shall come up to Jerusalem to worship the LORD during the festival.
In light of the work of Yeshua as our Kohen Gadol (high priest) of the New Covenant, we now have access to the Heavenly Temple of God; members of the Temple of His body.
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