Walk Through the Jewish Holidays with Larry: Sukkot


Sukkot, or the Feast of Tabernacles, serves as a backdrop for the life story of Jesus and supplies great meaning for His followers who value their Old Testament heritage. It is a week-long joyous feast during which Larry’s fellow Jewish people construct and dwell in temporary shelters (aka sukkah booths) as a way of remembering their wilderness wanderings (Leviticus 23:42-43). Sukkot is unique among other festivals as Scripture tells us that one day people from all the nations of the world will celebrate it together (Zechariah 14:16). Until then, learn more about this fall feast of Israel that Jesus celebrated as part of the mo’edim (the appointed times). Along the way, you’ll praise the Lord for how He reveals more of His nature and His mission through Sukkot.



Why should you care about walking with Larry through the Jewish holidays? Because your Jewish roots are your Biblical roots! Studying the mo’edim (appointed times) that Jesus observed can offer profound new insights into His life, teachings, and ministry. These feasts of the Lord are part of the rich inheritance we have as God’s children and, in some cases, like Sukkot, are part of our glorious future with Him.


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