A few thoughts about how thinking about Sukkot has encouraged me to keep my eyes on our wonderful and great God. He has always been faithful and He always will be!
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As we enter a new year, I think many are happy to leave last year behind; I know I am. But we still bring ourselves and our struggles into the new year. What will we do to make things different?
Following are my musings as we usher in the appointed time for the Feast of Tabernacles.
Have you ever noticed (if you live in Israel) how quiet it is on Erev Yom Kippur – before the holiday is even ushered in? There are already fewer buses in the morning, and the singing of birds is louder than the everyday hustle and bustle of life. People do less, speak more softly, and […]
I have been so busy writing about either the Feast of Trumpets or the Day of Atonement, that I realize I rarely write about The Feast of Booths or Tabernacles (Sukkot, in Hebrew – the term I will use from this point on). I do enjoy this holiday, with a but… you see, I’ve never […]