Sukkot is a reminder of God’s faithfulness in the past, provision in the present and promised covenantal fulfillment in the future.
Charles E. McCracken
Charles E. McCracken is an international Bible teacher, long-time friend of Israel and advocate for the Jewish people. He is known for authenticity in communicating biblical truth that makes his presentations relevant for those seeking to understand the significance of Israel and the church in Bible prophecy. He staunchly supports the nation of Israel and the Jewish people’s right to exist and live in peace.
If you’ve never thought about enjoying this biblical feast, now is a great time to begin.
In God’s economy, nothing is done arbitrarily. Nothing is left to chance.
The Bible holds the key to understanding why this holiday is on the Hebrew calendar.
When Messiah establishes His Kingdom, the literal fulfillment of God’s promises to Israel will be complete and the mourning associated with Tisha B’Av will no longer be relevant.
The ingathering of souls as Peter preached on Shavuot was just the beginning of the harvest.
God used the spring feast of Shavuot as a reminder that He is the source of all that is good in life.