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Sukkot dates of celebration

Evening of Wednesday, October 16, 2024 – Wednesday, October 23, 2024

Sukkot paints a vivid picture of overflowing abundance and the restoration of stolen blessings. It’s a time when we experience the early and latter rain—a season of God’s gracious provision, both spiritually and materially. This is why many Jewish prayers during these 7 days are centered on physical needs and our quality of life.  Abundance and prosperity bring great joy, yes?   

Not coincidently, this is the backdrop for when spoke those immortal words: ‘The joy of the Lord is our strength,’ Nehemiah 8:10. All of chapter 8 describes how during this exact time Ezra reconnected the people with the Torah and God’s promises. 

It occurred as Israel had just come out of exile and returned to Israel to rebuild Jerusalem. Then on the first day of the seventh month, Tishrei, the month of Tabernacles – they rediscover the covenant promises in the Bible. As they read and heard the Torah again for the first time, their hearts are moved and they celebrate this great feast of the Lord. 

Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, marks the grand finale among the Lord’s appointed feasts. The number 7 signifies completion and fulfillment, aligning perfectly with God’s redemptive plan for His people. It’s a season of promise and blessings, a time to expect an outpouring of God’s grace.  

Sukkot is the only Feast of the Lord that openly aims to bring Jews and Gentiles together. It’s unique from Passover and Pentecost in that Gentile believers in Jehovah are also invited. (see Zechariah 14) God’s people are rediscovering their Jewish roots and all the inheritance and heritage that comes with it!  There is a great discovery being made within the church and synagogue to rebuild friendship and unity…and it will bring great joy as we do! 

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