Feast of Tabernacles

September 20, 2021

at sunset




Joyous and Lighthearted


Feast of Tabernacles!


It is also called


or the

Feast of Booths!

God gave this feast to Moses.

It is a 7 day celebration.

We find information on this feast in:

Leviticus 23:34-36 and verses 39-43 and Deuteronomy 16:13-16.

Note that there is an added holiday day at the end of the feast called Shemini Atzeret. It is the 8th day. Some call it The Last Day or The Last Great Day. Many theologians think that this 8th day was the day that Jesus said the words of John 7:37.


Here is a video


the Jewish people

celebrating this feast in Israel.

Note that the Jewish people

also celebrate

The Feast of Tabernacles

in the U.S. and other countries!

The word "Torah"

refers to

the first 5 Books of the Bible:

Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy

Here is a video


the lighthearted fun


The Feast of Tabernacles.

Here is a video

showing a

Jewish Perspective

on the Feast of Tabernacles.

When Jewish people experience Jesus as Messiah

and give their heart to him,

they are called Messianic Jews.

Below is a celebration of

Messianic Jews in the United States

on the Feast of Tabernacles in October 2020.

I know nothing about this organization

but I do enjoy the joy and dedication

they express in the following video.

God gave Moses 7 feasts to celebrate.

These are the 7 main feasts of the Jews: 


Feast of Unleavened Bread

First Fruits


Feast of Trumpets

Yom Kippur

Feast of Tabernacles

1. Passover – Lev. 23 beginning in verse 5.

2. Unleavened Bread – Lev. 23:6-8 (eat unleavened bread for 7 days)

3. First Fruits  - Lev. 23:10-11  (New Testament - the day Jesus rose from the dead.)

4. Pentecost = Feast of Weeks = Shavu’ot – Lev. 23:16-17 – (Celebrates God giving the people the Torah) And - Book of Acts chapter 2 – this was the day when tongues of fire came over the believers in Jesus & they spoke in other languages

5. Feast of Trumpets = Rosh Hashanah = Yom Teru’ah  Lev. 23:24  - This year it started on the evening of September 18, 2020.  It began the Jewish Year 5781.

6. Yom Kippur  = Day of Atonement - Lev. 23:27-32  (the evening of September 27, 2020) The holiest day of the Jewish year. Repentance emphasized.

7. Feast of Tabernacles = Sukkot = Feast of Booths – Lev. 23:34-36 and 39-43 / Deut. 16:13 This is a time of celebrating before the Lord in a temporary "booth" or "dwelling" that you have fun making.

The Bride of Christ

Very Interesting...

Bridal dress blowing over Jerusalem


The Feast of Tabernacles

in 2015

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