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My Story on Attending the Feast of Tabernacles

Updated on June 7, 2017

The Holy Days and God's Plan.

The author (far left) with friends and bretheren at the Feast of Tabernacles in 2008 in Leamington, Ontario Canada.
The author (far left) with friends and bretheren at the Feast of Tabernacles in 2008 in Leamington, Ontario Canada.
God's Holy Day Schedule.
God's Holy Day Schedule.
Friends at the Feast of Tabernacles in 2008. My special friend Lil is third from left in front.
Friends at the Feast of Tabernacles in 2008. My special friend Lil is third from left in front.
Friends of hub author at Feast
Friends of hub author at Feast
Church members celebrating Feast of Tabernacles with an family entertainment nite.
Church members celebrating Feast of Tabernacles with an family entertainment nite.

Are You Healed?

This is the comments of the hub author and his view on attending the Feast of Tabernacles, one of God's Holy Days in his plan for our lives. This plan is for your life and all mankind. The Christian Holy Day plan includes the holy days of Passover, Feast of Unleaven Bread, Pentecost, Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, Feast of Tabernacles, and the Last Great Day. These days are not celebrated in the same ways as in in the days of the Old Testament.

Did you go to the Feast of Tabernacles hoping to be healed by the love, fellowship, and compassion of your fellow brothers and sisters? I did. The Feast and my attendance continue to deepen and inspire my commitment to God. The love, fellowship, and compassion that each attendee have shared for each other seems to be released more at the Feast than at any other time. This year was a time that I truly valued.

Our time away from our regular routine of life allows us to reflect on our lives and to determine if indeed our lives are on course and whether we are proud of our faith, calling, commitment, efforts, and submission to God and his son Jesus Christ. It is a time to look deep into ourselves and ask if our relationship with God is real or a cosmetic wannabe. Are we doing the best we can? There is no shortcut to building a relationship that is solid and will endure the trials and tests of a lifetime. It is done one step at a time and thousands of decisions over time. It is built on faith (Matthew 9:22) and hard work. There is no substitute for this walk, no one else can make it for us. We must make the walk ourselves every day of our lives.

While I attended the Feast of Tabernacles in Niagara Falls, Canada I and some others that attended have felt the healing and love of Jesus Christ that was present and received. As we are returning home and returning to our daily lives we should remember to live our lives with integrity, respect, love, and Godly principals. God is a Healer who will heal you from the trials of life whether they are broken relationships, illness, misunderstanding, or just getting off course in this ungodly world.

While it may sound redundant to repeat again God and his Son Jesus Christ should be the foundation of our lives. It is the thread that runs through our lives that help bring successful relationships, heals our afflictions, protects our families, and brings us success and through our daily trials as we walk through the hills and valleys of life. You must start one day at time with small steps in building this faith based foundation. Make sure your relationship is as real, genuine, and from the heart as you can make it. Do not deceive yourself or take shortcuts. Pray for God’s continued guidance. In 2 Chronicles 7:14 Jesus instructs his people to humble themselves, to pray, to seek his face, and to turn from their wicked ways. If you do your part he will do his part and heal you from your afflictions. Your walk during your life’s walk will be easier. We must learn to trust God and his Son Jesus Christ more.

May God and Jesus Christ guide us all during our daily struggles. May you find peace and comfort in your daily lives so that you can enjoy your Kingdom walk and enjoy the pleasures and fruits of your relationship with God and his Son Jesus Christ on this earth. The Church of Jesus Christ is not a club you join. It is a calling on your life (by invitation) that you accept that will heal you if you accept the challenge on your life and your acceptance as Jesus Christ as your Savior.

I hope all Feast attendees and church members received a little healing in their lives from their observance of the Feast of Tabernacles. I did.

You can also type in the feast name in your browser and learn about the feasts from bible based church organizations and through the Bible itself.

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