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Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) is the most joyful of all the feasts. It is a week long party with the Lord and in community, dwelling in temporary booths (succahs) like God commanded in Lev.23:42. Once a year we are to leave the security of all we have and remember the days in the wilderness, when He provided the children of Israel with everything. We too, are to remember that all we have, has been given to us by God and that He is the sustainer of our lives. Sukkot is a prophetic picture of the wedding feast with Jesus in the future and the joy of all people, Jew and gentile, celebrating together! For a full teaching on this feast, read chapter four of my book, Watching and Waiting.

How To

We build a temporary structure called a succah (a booth, tent), and hang out in it for a week; inviting friends to enjoy festive meals and fellowship together. We remember God’s provision and faithfulness to lead us and sustain us through every season of our lives and to be thankful for His presence that keeps us “under the shelter of His wing.”