Sukot charcoal drawing by Kate Orr. The Messiah Beyond a Shadow of Doubt

The Feats of Booths

Part 1 - LEsson 11

The Feast of Booths seems to foreshadow the idea of taking up residence.  When studied carefully, we learn that the people of Israel not only took up residence in their sukkot (i.e. booths) during this feast, but almost 500 years later, the Lord took up residence in the Temple that Solomon dedicated to Him.  The Lord explicitly told King Solomon, "I have heard your prayer and your supplication, which you have made before Me; I have consecrated this house which you have built by putting My name there forever, and My eyes and My heart will be there perpetually.  Indeed, the Lord took up residence in the Temple during the Feast of Booths.

What is the Messianic substance of the Feast of Booths?  Could it be the Messiah taking up residence on His throne in the heavenly Jerusalem, with His redeemed taking up residence in the places that He prepared for them?  That’s a fascinating thought!  Join us as we explore the shadow and the Messianic substance Feast of Booths.

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