Jewish Sukkot Nearing the End

In Israel and around the world Jews are enjoying the final hours of Sukkot. Officially ending tomorrow evening (Sunday, 10/20/2019), this Jewish feast endures for 8 days. It is a time of celebration in which Jews rejoice before Adonai (God). The last of the seven major feasts of Israel, Sukkot follows the very somber occasion …

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Encouraging Words Regarding Sukkot

Today, I want to share encouraging words from a group called Blessed Buy Israel. In 2017, a non-Jewish family took up the battle against Antisemitism by marketing goods from Judea and Samaria (targeted by the BDS Movement) in the United States and around the world via a web presence. One way to support Israel is …

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An Inside Look at Jewish Sukkot in Israel

Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) is a joyful and fascinating feast celebrated by Jews around the world, but most particularly in Israel. Families build sukkot (temporary shelters) on their patios, where they eat together, enjoy time with family and friends and often sleep. Find out why they do this, and get an inside look as a …

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Feast of Tabernacles: The Last Chapter of God’s Story of Redemption

The Feast of Tabernacles, the most joyous feast of all, has commenced! Jews around the world have erected temporary booths, called sukkot, and can be found sharing meals, laughter and fellowship with family and friends in them for this eight-day feast. As Bible-believing Christians, we look to the feasts as God's calendar of events, leading …

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