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My Wrap-Up for Our Feasts of Tabernacles — 5 Comments

  1. We are the sukkot (booths or temporary shelters). The Holy Spirit dwells within our short lives (1 Corinthians 6:19) and He gives us new life:

    Now, if anyone is enfolded into Christ, he has become an entirely new creation. All that is related to the old order has vanished. Behold, everything is fresh and new. – 2 Corinthians 5:17 (TPT)

    The first time I tried to build a tabernacle, it started leaning over during the feast. So I purchased an arch that gardeners install in their gardens. I assemble it inside our church and it doesn’t lean over. When the arches are installed in people’s gardens, English roses can grow on the frames. When the arches are covered with flowers, marriage ceremonies can take place under the arches. The bride of brides will marry the groom of grooms.

  2. It’s interesting that you mention the Jewish feasts! I find myself desiring to know and understand more. Realizing that as gentile believers we have been grafted in. These are something we should look into and practice to some extent, as the Lord leads. Not in a legalistic way either. But my question is shouldn’t we want to grow and understand these things! As gentile believers, we, myself including have been ignorant of all that God has for us! It’s well past time to grow in our understanding. God would not have us remain ignorant! Thank you for your wisdom. And sharing these words.

  3. Oh amen! God began to re-train me just a few years ago. I had to unlearn and then learn what His desire for the body really is. It’s all in the book of Acts. It hit me like might rushing River and hasn’t stopped. I was gifted beautiful teen girls discipleship ministry and we did and taught those first commandments. For 2 years God moved through me in ways I never dreamed! Sadly it was abruptly ended a few months ago when the establishment leaders in that church asked me to leave for being “over spiritual”.  I don’t know what’s next, but my heart breaks for the condition of the church. Many are so blind. :(

    • Overly spiritual?? As in LIVING the commands and statutes of God? Teaching young ladies to “do” and not just “say” or label themselves in order to identify with a particular crowd?  . I pray that all that is of Him that was imparted in those 2 years bears fruit for His Kingdom!

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