Sukkot themes are Season of our Joy, Regathering of Exiles from All Nations, week long Wedding banquet/feast
Feast of the Nations = 70 bullocks
Book of Ecc, Ps 27, Gen 4:1-16, Zech 14.16-19
Welcome friendly visitors to Sukkah to share your bounty.
Seventh feast (Sukkot, wedding supper with all the family, fulfillment of engagement!!!) on Menorah mirrors the first, pesach Passover (engagement, share wine for the agreement to marry, called out, redeemed)
Harvest festival of wine, grain, fruits, oils, meat…eat fruits of the land together.
Lulav – palm, myrtle, willow branches, with etrog/citrus similar to a lemon…wave it four directions plus up and down…symbolizing the scattered believers in all nations calling them to be regathered.
Sukkah – temporary dwelling, hut with three sides and woven branch roof so you can see the stars that Abraham was promised for his seed. This is also the word for a manger, stable for animals which Jacob built in Genesus at Succoth and the manger Y’shua/Jesus was born in. This is the structure of traditional manger scenes! Wonder why?
Esther = Hadassah = Myrtle tree!
Day 7 of Creation…rest of all creation.
Completion of Creation
All Creation at Rest
Perfection of the Spirit in Physical Vessels
Kodesh – ‘Set Apart’
Jacob’s journey to succoth, built a sukka for his animals….ties to Y’shua’s birth in manger.
Cain’s sin at Sukkot!
Abel’s sukkot offering prophesied ingathering of the exiles but Cain’s was according to his own desires.
Seven = Hebrew letter zayin which looks similar to a 7 or T with only a small diagonal top line
letter zayin means nourishment, sustenance of needs, completion, 7 spirirts of Elohim
Spirit of Yirat YHWH
The Kingdom at Rest
1 Pet 3:1-6, Ecc. 12:11-14, Prov 9:10, Ps 110:10, Jn. 14:15-16, 5:1-14
7th Abomination = One who separates Brothers
7th Church of Laodicea – Rev 3:14-22
Justice of the People
Rest for the Righteous with Messiah Yeshua on HIS throne!
Ex. 37:9, 1 Chr. 28:18, 2 Kings 16:18, Ecc. 12:9-14
Buy Gold from ME
Lukewarm = spit out
Hot or cold OK?
Look through scripture for any of these key words or concepts such as myrtle or nations…if they are translated correctly (good reason to learn Hebrew!)…you will begin to see patterns emerging connecting you to the feasts!