Feast of Booths (Part 5)

Enter the world of the Old Testament Jewish harvest festivals! The Feast of Booths was the final of three major feasts observed in the O.T. These three annual feast celebrations were commanded by God for observance by His people. While each pertains to historical and/or seasonal occasions, they also contain a hidden reality that was yet to be revealed: Jesus Christ.

This sermon focuses on the third of these major feasts, the Feast of Booths. Also known as the Feast of Tabernacles, Feast of Ingathering, or Sukkot in Hebrew, it was a celebration of the Lord’s provision for the Israelites during their journey in the wilderness from slavery in Egypt to their arrival in the Promised Land. If you like to go camping, this sermon’s for you! As the Jews gathered in Jerusalem for the feast, they built shelters, or “booths,” in which they lived for an entire week. In Christ, it’s fulfillment is seen not only in His shelter for us during this age of wilderness, but also the final ingathering of the harvest upon His soon return!

(Sermon #5 of a 5 part series delivered by Pastor Jason Hudson during Unity Church’s 2014 Fall Revival focusing on Jesus’ fulfillment of the Old Testament Harvest Festivals.)

Revival Outline with Feast of Booths