Feast of Tabernacles 2017 Begins Wednesday Evening!

Friends, the last and most joyous of the 7 Jewish feasts, the Feast of Tabernacles, commences tomorrow evening at sundown.  The Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah, the civil new year) kicked off the fall feasts the evening of September 20, and Yom Kippur (the holiest day on the Jewish calendar) was commemorated on September 29-30.  Now, the celebration begins!  Jews around the world are preparing their sukkot (temporary shelters) and will enjoy fellowship with family and friends.

The 7 feasts are actually Biblical feasts, and all have past, present and future significance.  Most importantly, though, Jesus the Messiah is the prophetic fulfillment of every feast!  The Feast of Tabernacles, though, is very unique!    It is the only feast in which the Bible tells us that Gentiles are invited to come up to Jerusalem to worship the Lord alongside the Jewish people!

Related imageThus, the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) has, for 35 years, sponsored the Feast of Tabernacles celebration in Ein Gedi and Jerusalem. Over 6,000 Christians from 100+ nations are expected to invade Jerusalem’s Pais Arena October 6-11 to celebrate the Feast with our Jewish kinsmen! Watch a joyous celebration it will be!

I want you to know about this very special event!  Check out the Feast of Tabernacles website for a full description of the celebration, and to find out how to watch the festivities online.  Perhaps you will plan to attend next year’s Feast of Tabernacles, when we celebrate Israel’s 70th birthday!

Go to the website to learn about the significance of the Feast of Tabernacles, then get involved with the Feast and rejoice as we await the prophetic fulfillment of the Millennial Kingdom!

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