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We’re back. It’s good to be home.

We left home on Wednesday 8th October, driving to Lake Michigan and then catching the ferry across to Wisconsin, then driving another two hours to the Dells, where we joined about 800 other people observing the biblical Feast of Tabernacles.   392 more words


“You Shall Read This Law”

One of the clues that the so-called old covenant follows a fairly standard ancient covenant format is that ancient covenants usually have what the experts refer to as a “document clause.” This is a statement that specifies how often and when the parties are supposed to read the covenant documents. 2,638 more words


Sixteen Years Gone: Daddy - October 15, 2014

October 15, 2014 marked sixteen years since Daddy died. Like more times than not since then, I was, as we did as a family when Daddy and Mama were alive, again rehearsing and being reminded of the last two steps in the plan of God for all humanity at the Feast of Tabernacles and the 8th Day. 507 more words

Fields Of Gold: A Love Story

The Prophetic Significance of Tabernacles | A Watcher Original

The Prophetic Significance of Tabernacles

Israel’s Feast of Tabernacles as a Type of the Rapture

Traditional Jewish expectations point to the arrival of Elijah (and his fellow witness of Rev. 2,362 more words

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What is the Meaning of the Feast of Tabernacles?

Leviticus 23:41-43 New King James Version (NKJV)

41 You shall keep it as a feast to the Lord for seven days in the year. It shall be a statute forever in your generations.

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Simchat Torah - Rejoicing of Torah

Last night and today I have together with my Jewish neighbor, Yehuda, experienced how the new reading cycle of the Torah (the Law = the 5 books of Moses) in the synagogues is celebrated. 199 more words

Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) Comes to a Close

If only in my imagination (and through the power of the internet), I have joined in the joyful Feast of Tabernacles celebration in Jerusalem!  Until this year, my understanding of Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) has been an academic, factual experience.   426 more words

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