The Feast of Tabernacles

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Pastor Steve Hull



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The feast of tabernacles was “coming home” for the Israelites. It was a way they remembered the past – 40 years of wandering the desert. They recalled the need for water and light through a couple of rituals. It was during this feast that Jesus made statements saying he is the light of the world and the one who provides rivers of living water within. It is Jesus who satisfies.





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