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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Sukkot Bible Readings

Here are some suggestions for some Scripture readings during The Feast of Tabernacles.

  • Each Day: Read one or more of the following: Psalm 27 or the full Hellel, Psalms 113-118 seeking and Praising YHVH.
  • Any Day: John 7 - Yahshua at the Feast of Tabernacles
  • Day 1: Lev 22:26-23:44 - acceptable sacrifices. the feasts of YHVH; Zech 14: 1-21 YHVH will defeat the nations at Jerusalem. all will celebrate Sukkot there; Numbers 29: 12-16 - introduction to Sukkot.
  • Day 2: Lev 22: 26-23:44-acceptable sacrifices. the feasts of YHVH; 1Kings 8:2-21 - Solomon brings the ark to the Temple at Feast time; Num 29: 12-40 - the eight days of Sukkot.
  • In-between days: Ex 33:12-34:26 - YHVH promises His Presence, shoes Moshe His glory, gives 2nd set of Commandments; the feasts and offerings; Ezekiel 38:18-39:16 - YHVH will distroy Gog and makes Himself known. Numbers 29: 20-
  • Shabbat during the Sukkot: Ecclesiasties - fear YHVH and His commands.
  • Day 7 (Hosanna Rabbah): Numbers 29:32-34; John 7:37-39
  • Day 8 (Shemini Atzeret) The day of praying for rain for the coming year: Deut 14:22-16:17, 1Kings 8:56-66,Numbers 29:35-30:1, Jeremiah 2:13-17:13, John 7-8:11


Rhianna said...

It was great spending some part of sukkot with you all. Hope you are well. Be blessed and cant wait to see you again soon! Blessings!

Anders Branderud said...

It is a mitzwah (directive or military-style order) to keep sukot, and it is also very important to keep all of the other mitzwot in Torah.

This is also what Ribi Yehoshua taught. A logical analysis (found in www.netzarim.co.il (that is the website of the only legitimate Netzarim-group)) of all extant source documents and archeology proves that the historical Ribi Yehosuha ha-Mashiakh (the Messiah) from Nazareth and his talmidim (apprentice-students), called the Netzarim, taught and lived Torah all of their lives; and that Netzarim and Christianity were always antithetical.