Beatitudes Jesus and the Feast of Tabernacles
In John 7, we see Jesus observing and even preaching during a biblical festival called the Feast of Tabernacles. This festival pictures the salvation plan that He and the Father have been working out. He said, in that sermon, that those who come to Him, will receive the Holy Spirit, a clearly New Testament event. And yet most Christians have never even heard of this festival!
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This is part of the Jesus and the Holy Days series. This is called Jesus and The Feast of Tabernacles.
I’m going to talk to you about Jesus and the Feast of Tabernacles today. We’re talking about that today, instead of at the Feast, because we’re going to be talking about something else at the Feast this year. It’s part of a series we’re doing, so this is a bit out of order. In sequence, it should come after Trumpets and Atonement.
Well, we’ve been going through the biblical record to show the evidence of New Testament meaning attached to each of the festivals. So today we’ll be talking about Jesus and His connection to the Feast of Tabernacles, or Feast of Booths.