Scripture Reading for Sukkot

Scripture Reading for Sukkot

Sukkot or the Feast of Tabernacles is the last Feast of the Lord. The feast of thanksgiving for the Lord’s provision. Throughout scripture, we see how this festival was celebrated and its significance.

We see King Solomon dedicating the Temple to the Lord during this time. We see Nehemiah and Ezra rededicating the Second Temple and returning to following the commands of the Lord. It is a time of celebration of Jesus and we see him in scripture, teaching, and celebrating on Sukkot. 

Here are some scriptures to help you study the Feast of Tabernacles.

Exodus 34: 22 – 23 – The command to celebrate the festival, and the last of the pilgrimage feasts.

Leviticus 23: 33 – 44 – The instructions for celebrating the Feast of Tabernacles.

Deuteronomy 16: 13-17 – The Feast of Tabernacles is a time of rejoicing and feasting with joy and gladness.

Psalms 19 –  The joy of the Torah.

Psalms 27: 5 – Elohim shelters us in His tabernacle..

Ecclesiastes 3 – The many seasons of life. 

2 Chronicles 5 – 7  –  King Solomon celebrates the feast of booths following the dedication of the Temple.

Isaiah 66: 18 – 24 – After Elohim gathers all the Hebrews from the four corners of the world, everyone will celebrate all the sabbaths, new moons, and festivals to the Lord.

Zechariah 14 – During the millennium everyone will be celebrating the Feast of Tabernacles.

Nehemiah 8: 14 – 18 – How the returning Hebrews from the Babylonian captivity celebrated Sukkot.

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2 thoughts on “Scripture Reading for Sukkot”

    • Hi Gladys! I taught myself how to read Hebrew using books like “Time To Read Hebrew by Orna Ariel Lenchner”. Now I just practice reading from the Hebrew bBible and then look up words I don’t know. I use and the Interlinear Bible on Bible Hub for that! It’s also helpful to try to translate your favorite Hebrew song or Bible verse, because you’ll remember the meaning of the words better. Hope that helps!

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