The Jewish holiday Sukkot, which is also known as the Festival of Booths or the Feast of Tabernacles, is celebrated not only in the Holy Land, but also around the world. Jews call it the "season of joy" because Messiah was born. In biblical times, Jews journeyed to Jerusalem to commemorate the children of Israel's exodus, when God led them in the wilderness and they lived in booths. Jews today celebrate the holiday by eating, rejoicing and sleeping in decorated booths for eight days. Whether you're Jewish or not, we can all celebrate Yeshua and rejoice that He has come to "tabernacle" or dwell in us. Click below to watch video.
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