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Believe Jesus? Then take Feast of Tabernacles to heart

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We’re getting close to the last of the fall Feasts of the Lord, as they are called in Leviticus 23.

Note they are not called the Jewish holidays, nor the Hebrew feasts. They are the Feasts of the Lord. God calls them “holy convocations” and “My feasts.” But a better translation is “appointed times.” They are God’s special time to meet with His people.

The last of these appointed times in the fall is called the Feast of Tabernacles, lasting seven days, with the first being a “holy convocation” in which no work is done, as well as the eighth.

“Wait a minute,” you might say. “You said the feast is seven days, now you said there’s an eighth.” That’s right, so are the ways of the Lord. The feast is seven, and then there is the eighth day. Seven is the number of perfection, the number of days in a week – then there’s the eighth day, a second holy convocation, another day of sabbath rest, apart from any other seventh-day sabbaths that may be included in that period of time.

I believe the eighth day is symbolic of the dawning of the new heaven and new earth spoken of in Isaiah 65:17, 66:22, 2 Peter 3:13 and Revelation 21:1. Perhaps that’s why it is spoken of as separate and apart from the other seven days.

There’s so much symbolism in the Feast of Tabernacles – the seven days of Creation,

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