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Parasha SUKKOT (Numbers 29:12-16, John 7:2-39)
« on: Sat Oct 22, 2016 - 17:53:33 »

NUMBERS 29:12-16................ZECH 14:1-21...................JOHN 7:2-39

Adonai speaks to Moshe saying;  "On the 15th day of the 7th month, you shall have a holy shall keep a feast to YHVH seven days...........

This is one of the pilgrimage feasts, one of the "Yamim Moedim" these are the special times when all families go up to Yerushalayim to worship Adonai.   Passover, Shavuot, and The Feast of Tabernacles. 

Sukkot or the "Feast of Tabernacles" symbolizes the "coming to earth by God himself to dwell among mankind.  YHVH came to the Mishkan (first tabernacle) which was erected in the desert, per instructions by YHVH to Moshe, and God came down in fire and smoke, and dwelt among the "B'nei Israel" (Children of Israel) during the day, his presence was seen as a cloud, and at night, by a pillar of fire.  His awesome presence in the Shekinah, was above the mercy seat in the "Aron Ha Kodesh" (the Ark of the Covenant) which was inside the "Holy of Holies" He was there to live and fellowship with his people.

YHVH "tabernacled" among mankind the second time, 1500 years later, in a small town called "Beit Lechem" (House of Bread) normally known as "Bethlehem" during this time of year.  The December 25th date was an invention by Constantine, and it is  completely pagan.    Yeshua came to heal, the teach the Torah, and to set man free from the bondage of sin.  He came as a humble servant, healer, and Torah teacher.  Yes, he is king  but did not claim his crown, not at the first coming, the claim of Kingship will be at the second coming.

The third time God tabernacled among mankind was at Shavuot (Pentecost) 50 days after Passover,  when He came in the form of the Holy Spirit, "Ha Ruach HaKodesh" He reveals himself through his spirit to all of us, and He lives inside us through his Spirit, in all of us who have accepted HIM as LORD and Savior,

The fourth coming will be when He comes in the clouds again and sets up his kingdom on this earth, and will live and reign one thousand years, and we will reign with Him, Then He will claim his kingship and put away sin.  This will be a glorious time.

in the Torah, we see the sacrifices related to this time of Sukkot, the sacrifices of a bull, one ram, and seven lambs, with fine flour mixed with oil.  The image of Messiah Yeshua is in all of these items,  The bull symbolizing the "strength" of almighty "El Shaddai" the power of "Elohim" and the ram that "Took the place of Isaac" Isaac symbolizing us, and the ram, symbolizing Yeshua, and the seven lambs, "7" the perfect number and the lambs the "Lamb of God" which taketh away the sins of the world.  The flour the "Bread of Life" and the oil, the "Ruach Ha Kodesh" (the Holy Spirit)

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The prophet is looking at the future, when Messiah Yeshua comes to earth, and ALL nations will "go up" to Yerushalayim every year to celebrate the "Feast of Tabernacles"
after the time of fighting, and peace is restored, and we will rejoice in this millennium,
The chapter starts out on a sad note, war, destruction, but in the end, Salvation, and peace, this will be a great time to be on earth.

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JOHN 7:2

Yeshua went up to the Feast of Tabernacles, and he taught in the temple   for all to hear, He taught truth, and many believed when they heard.  He revealed the purpose of his being there, to reveal the Father's will, on the 8th day, "Hoshanah Raba" when the priests bring up water from the pool of Siloam, he said;  "If any one thirsts, let him come to me and drink" He was talking about spiritual water, one of Yeshua's titles is "Mayim Chayim" (Living Water) and he still is the living water, to who ever wishes to drink from the well of Salvation "Beer Yeshuah" the  "Well of Yeshua!"

Hag Sameach Sukkot

Rabbi Ben Avraham