Feast of Tabernacles 2012

As I reflect upon my first Feast of Tabernacles, I am in awe of the conversations and lessons I have had—even from the youngest of men! I am still on the grounds of the Church of Israel and I am the only guest left. As me and my dog walk the grounds, I am getting back to my prayer time with God. And I am getting back to my regular Bible reading.

21 sermons in nine days was a bit overwhelming! I see more clearly than ever why those who rule our world DO NOT WANT US READING THE BIBLE! The Bible tells clearly who they are and who we are. The truth is rather strident and there is no denying it: Either you accept what the Bible says and press in or you lose—everything!

As for me, I accept that I have been introduced late to the truth about the God of Israel, yet I am grateful for knowing it.

I ask you to join me. Read your Bible and see for yourself what knowledge it contains. The Bible, both Old and New Testaments, tells us in detail about current events and times to come.

Be advised! Become aware! Wake up!

PS Jesus was born during the Feast of Tabernacles and not during the winter when there was snow on the ground and no grass for sheep to forage.

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2 Responses to Feast of Tabernacles 2012

  1. Christina Barrett says:

    God Bless you Doc!! just a note to send some love… God Bless… I just this year got the revelation that Christ was born on the Feast of Tabernacles!! and what a revelation to find that he was born on the Feast Of “Temporary Dwellings”. God is so awesome the more I study the Old Testament the more I am in AWE of GOD and his divine plans and how much a GOD of ORDER he truly is !!! God bless you and have a great day!!

    • admin says:

      Dear Christina Barret,

      Not only that, but if one can find out the dates for for the Feast that year, one could figure out what day he was born on because it is said Chrsit was born on the last day. Remember, the inns were full. Joseph and Mary must have arrived late to the celebration because they couldn’t get a room. I do not recall what year Jesus was born. It may have been 3 BC or 3 AD. Let me know what you find out.

      Maybe it was September 24th?

      Indeed, He blesses!


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