Sukkot | A Time of Rejoicing
Sukkot, the final Fall Feast of the Lord, is a time of rejoicing.
During Sukkot, you can rejoice in…
- The Lord’s provision (Philippians 4:19)
- The indwelling of the Holy Spirit (Romans 8:9)
- The Lord’s covenant promises (Galatians 3:29)
Sukkot is a time of reconnection with Yeshua. Just as a husband and wife celebrate their relationship, remembering the commitments they made on their wedding day, Sukkot is a time to remember the price Yeshua paid for you and your commitment to Him.Get The Fall Feasts Book
Let Us Not Forget the Joy of the Lord
Many Believers are not aware of the promises that come when we rejoice in the Lord and renew our commitment to Him. When we forget our covenant relationship with the Lord, the joy in His provision and our identities in Him are forgotten. They are stolen by the enemy.
Sukkot is a time to remember your covenant with the Lord—to move into the new year, ready to receive protection and provision for your destiny.
God never wants you to forget your identity. This is why He tells us throughout His Word to “remember Me” (Psalm 98:3, Luke 22:19).
We understand what it is like to forget, or struggle with, our identity in Yeshua. This is why we celebrate the Feast of Sukkot, to remember and activate our identity and destiny.
In Yeshua, you…
- Are a king and priest (Revelation 1:6)
- Have a great inheritance (Galatians 3:26)
- Have access to every spiritual blessing (Ephesians 1:3)
“Something Happened to Me at Sukkot…”
Read Yvonne’s testimonial of transformation during Sukkot:
“I have to testify of something that happened to me as a result of partaking in the end-time event of Sukkot. [During Sukkot] Curt Landry [discussed] the covenants and how to step into your destiny and understand your identity. I can see how I have passed over into some place I was not before. When Curt Landry said, ‘You are completely healed from your past,’ I was! I am no longer who I was before the feast of Sukkot. God transformed me into who I am supposed to be! That night was spectacular, and the anointing and transfer of wealth that is coming to do Kingdom business is amazing. Our Lord really is the incredible deliverer. I knew it, but now my eyes are open. I am in a new place I never thought would come.”—Yvonne, CanadaGet The Fall Feasts Book
The Benefits of Celebrating Sukkot as a Believer| Protection, Provision, and Joy
Celebrating Sukkot as a Believer reminds us of all the ways the Lord has fulfilled His promise of provision and will continue to be faithful to His Word in the coming year. The Spirit of God is alive and active in the lives of every Believer. Renewing this covenant with Him and remembering Him opens the doors to overwhelming joy. This is why Sukkot is a time to rejoice!
We were awakened with the shofar blast at Rosh Hashanah, entered a time of reflection and repentance at Yom Kippur, and the feasts conclude with Sukkot, rejoicing in what the Lord has revealed to us during this time.
God’s supernatural timeline takes us through a process of cleansing and preparing for the year ahead. When we rejoice, we are praising and expecting God’s Word to be made manifest.
- God is faithful…
“Therefore know that the Lord your God, He is God, the faithful God who keeps covenant and mercy for a thousand generations with those who love Him and keep His commandments…”—Deuteronomy 7:9
- God will open the windows of Heaven…
“‘Bring all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be food in My house, and try Me now in this,’ says the Lord of hosts, ‘If I will not open for you the windows of heaven and pour out for you such blessing that there will not be room enough to receive it.’”—Malachi 3:10
- God will protect…
“‘No weapon formed against you shall prosper, and every tongue which rises against you in judgment you shall condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, and their righteousness is from Me,’ says the Lord.”—Isaiah 54:17
Coming before the Lord during the joyful celebration of Sukkot empowers you to walk out your destiny and purpose.
Below is a list of resources for you to discover more about your spiritual heritage and the Feast of Sukkot.
How to Celebrate the Fall Feasts at Home
As the Fall Feasts approach, it is a season to reclaim our time and align our homes.
- Rosh Hashanah
- Yom Kippur
Fall Feasts | Celebration and Immersion
As we prepare our hearts for the Fall Feasts, we anticipate the awakening blast of the shofar at Rosh Hashanah, a call to repent at Yom Kippur, and a door to be opened as we rejoice and remember our covenant relationship with the Lord at Sukkot. This is a time of celebration and immersion!
- Discover the importance of immersion during the appointed times HERE.
How Believers Can Celebrate Sukkot
Sukkot commemorates God’s deliverance and protection, and the gift of new beginnings that He gave to the Israelites as they approached the Promised Land.
Many Believers are experiencing a transformation in their walk with God by seeking the Jewish roots to their Christian faith and celebrating Sukkot. As they come to understand God’s Feasts, they receive revelation about who God is and their true identity.
- Discover the significant meaning and how to observe Sukkot HERE.
Sukkot | Tabernacle with Your God
What is the importance of Sukkot for Believers? One thing that makes Sukkot vital for Believers is found in the lessons taught through HOW Sukkot is commanded to be observed.
Sukkot acts as the door we pass through to enter our promise for the year ahead. It is a time of joy as we transition from preparation and repentance… to action. It is an ending of one reading of the Word and a signal that it is time to begin anew.
Sukkot is a precious opportunity to reconnect with our covenant-keeping God. It is a joyous time that, by bringing us into remembrance of God and His covenant relationship with us, prepares us for the transition into our new season with Him!
- Discover how Believers can benefit from Sukkot and deepen their connection with God HERE!
The Feast of Sukkot | A Wedding Feast and Rededication of the Covenant
There are mysteries hidden within Sukkot. It is a picture of a supernatural wedding feast and rededication of the covenant.
The sukkah is a temporary dwelling that the Israelites used during their wandering in the desert.
- Discover the mystery found in this temporary dwelling or tabernacle HERE.
Sukkot | Following the Cloud
In Exodus 40, a cloud is described as resting above the tabernacle. The cloud is both God’s presence and His glory. The people of Israel followed God—they observed the signs of His presence and glory.
Sukkot is a celebration that God’s presence and glory did not depart from His people as they traveled through the desert—that He led them, moved with them, and dwelt among them.
- Discover more about the cloud of God’s presence and glory. Click HERE for part 1 and HERE for part 2 of a series that discusses following the cloud of God’s presence and glory.
The Prophetic Significance of the Lord’s Feast | Rest and Rejuvenation During Sukkot
A deep dive into God’s instruction for this appointed time gives us insight into God’s purpose and promises of this festival.
“Also on the fifteenth day of the seventh month, when you have gathered in the fruit of the land, you shall keep the feast of the Lord for seven days; on the first day there shall be a sabbath-rest, and on the eighth day a sabbath-rest.”—Leviticus 23:39 (emphasis added)
Sukkot, or the Feast of Tabernacles, begins and ends in rest. The festival is about remembrance, restoration, and renewal.
The moeds were gatherings, great social events, where God instructed us to rest from the very beginning.
Sukkot | A Time of Joy
Sukkot acts as the last door we will pass through as we enter our promise. It is a time of joy in this way, and a time of transition and setting our minds to action. It is an ending of one reading of the Torah, and a signal that it is nearly time to begin again—a refreshing of seasons.
Sukkot | Transition with Joy
God’s presence at Sukkot refreshes us, opens the door into our next season, and fills us with joy as we discover the love and care of our God!
Many other benefits and blessings become available when we tabernacle with our God at Sukkot…
And untold other benefits come with this obedience. It is one of the reasons why Believers are under attack to not tabernacle at Sukkot because the enemy does not want us to be blessed, but most significantly, he does not want us to be in sync with God at a time of transition.
- Discover how you can transition with joy during this appointed time HERE.
Sukkot | The Door to Your Next Season
Sukkot is a time of remembering God’s miraculous presence with the children of Israel as He brought them out from the land of Egypt. It is a time to reconnect with the God of covenant promises. Sukkot is a joyous time that brings us into remembrance of God and His covenant relationship with us… preparing us for transition.
- Discover how Sukkot is the door to move you into the next season HERE.
Sukkot | You Have an Appointment with God… Will You Accept?
If the Church is the Bride of Christ, and the bridegroom is Christ Himself, then we must look at our relationship with Him and the renewal of our spirit through the marriage covenant. God is calling you to His table to renew your marriage covenant.
- Discover more about the relationship between the marriage covenant and the invitation to the Lord’s table HERE.
How to Build a Sukkah | Celebrating the Fall Feasts at Home
A sukkah is a temporary dwelling that the Israelites built as they wandered in the wilderness after they were freed from slavery. You can take part in this rich tradition and build a sukkah with your family!
- Get instructions on how to build your sukkah HERE.
Sukkot | Words and Messages from Previous Years
We’ve celebrated Sukkot for many years. Below are links you can click to read prophetic words and messages from the past.
- Sukkot 5775 / 2014
- Sukkot 5776 / 2015
- Sukkot 5778—a Pilgrim Feast
- A Celebration of God’s Provision | Sukkot 5780/2019
- Sukkot 2020 / 5781 A New Year to See the Faithfulness of Our God
The time is now to embrace your inheritance of a joyful heart as you reflect on your covenant with Yeshua and the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. Open the doors to your personal priesthood. Stand up for God’s purity and justice, remaining faithful and ministering to Him in this next season.
It Is Time to Be Immersed into the Power of Your Personal Priesthood!
“… and has made us kings and priests to His God and Father, to Him be glory and dominion forever and ever. Amen.”—Revelation 1:6
This year, the Lord wants you to be fully immersed into your identity as a priest. Ask Him to reveal your inheritance and responsibility as a King’s kid and as a priest.
God doesn’t want you moving into the new year uncovered. He wants to pull you beneath His protective wing and experience a renewed spirit as He dwells with you.