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    Shabbat: How To

    A question was once posed to Rebbe Nachman of Breslev, the great 18th Century Hassidic
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    Challah in a Bag

    Get the children excited about the Sabbath by involving them in preparations. They love to
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    God sanctifies places and things to communicate to His people. He set apart the ark
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    Why Would a Christian Observe Passover?

    # Passover Teaches us About Jesus
    # The Early Christians Observed Passover
    # The Seder is a Special Fellowship with God
    # Passover is a Biblical Command

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    Was the Feast of Tabernacles the First Thanksgiving?

    The Feast of Tabernacles is a week-long autumn harvest festival. This year the Feast of Tabernacles/ Sukkot begins September 30 (at sundown) – October 7, 2012. The two days following the festival are separate holidays, Shemini Atzeret and Simkhat Torah, but are commonly thought of as part of the Feast of Tabernacles. The Feast of Tabernacles was […]

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    Birth of Christ & Feast of Tabernacle

    Many scholars believe Jesus was born during the Feast of Tabernacles. The Hebrew word “stable” is called a sukkoth (Gen. 33:17).

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    Sukkot or Tabernacles in Bible Times

    The Feast of Tabernacles is by far the most festive and joyous of occasions. History records that four huge candelabra were constructed, lighted, and attended by young men ascending ladders periodically with pitchers of oil to keep them burning.

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    Increasing Holiness Through Sukkot

    The principle of increasing holiness is reflected through the seven days of Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles.

    In ancient Israel, on each day of Sukkot, the people World