I believe as many Doves do that the Fall feasts will be fulfilled at the Lord's Second Coming.
Yeshua will arrive at the top of Mt.Olive on the day of Rosh Hashanah, and the Chosen People
will be forgiven forever on the day of Yom Kippur. On the day of Sukkot, Israel and Church
become one, celebrate and participate together as the Millennium begins.
And we all know that whatever the Lord did on the earth at His First Coming they were all divinely
designed by the Father.
A question is then Why Jesus cried, saying, "If any man thirst, let him come unto me and drink"
on the last day of Sukkot. Obviously this prophetic act of Jesus is not for His Second Coming,
since nobody will be ignorant or thirsty after the Messiah returns.
And if the timeline of 2010-2017 is correct, this Sukkot is the last one before the Tribulation begins.
In addition, Sukkot is the only feast that the gentile is allowed to participate.
Therefore, something must happen either on the last day of this feast or on the 2 extra days, Shemini
Atzeret and Simchat Torah which are attached to Sukkot.
It was a blessing to read the wonderfully written letter about Simchat Torah by Jean Stepnoski yesterday.
And I like to add a special occasion of Simchat Torah.
All the Torah scrolls are taken out of the Ark and carried lovingly around the synagogue in a procession
known as hakafot. Children follow the grown-ups, gaily carrying their flags on high. When the synagogue
has been circled, singing and dancing with the Torah takes place. Seven times the procession makes its round.
This procession reminds me the triumphant incident that Israelites marched seven times on the seventh day
around the wall of Jericho, and with a great shout and a long blast of shofar the wall of the city fell down.
Let's hope that a joyful blessing will come in the next three days.