The feasts of the Lord, described in Leviticus 23, are very significant. Not only do they tell us much about the history and foundation of Judaism, but they are also God’s calendar for end times! When we understand the prophetic implications of the feasts, we have a rich resevoir of knowledge pertaining to what lies ahead!
At sundown this evening, Jews will move into the most joyous feast of all: Sukkot, also known as the Feast of Tabernacles. Much has been written on this blog regarding the feasts, but today we’ll turn to Dr David Mishkin from Israel College of the Bible for a fantastic discussion about Sukkot. I hope you will tune in and enjoy the prophetic implications of the Feast of Tabernacles.
If you enjoyed that teaching, you might wish to explore online classes taught by Dr Mishkin and others at Israel Colleg of the Bible. I have taken most of their online classes and am impressed with the clarity of teaching, depth of study and quality of instruction. Dr Mishkin is a favorite of mine.
Also, our EXPERIENCE ISRAEL TOURS are coordinated through Israel College of the Bible! (You will see our February tour advertised on their website.) If you would like to join us on the trip of a lifetime, we just added 4 more spots, reserved for followers of this blog. (Registration is available only via the EXPERIENCE ISRAEL TOUR link.)