1st day: Hallel; Lev 22:26-23:44; Numbers 29:12-16; Haftara: Zech 14
2nd day: Hallel; Lev 22:26-23:44; Numbers 29:12-16; Haftara: 1.Kings 8:2-21

The Feast of Tabernacles is a fest of joy, Hag Sukkot Sameach, and we want to invite you to shake the lulav and to feel it beating the heart, okay? Please feel invited to have a look into a Sukkah in a childreans song:

This feast is in Zechariah 14 also spiritually connected with the Nonjew (Gentile / Nations) who God also wants to come up to Jerusalem to worship Him. Here are abstracts:
And it shall be that whichever of the families of the earth do not come up to Jerusalem to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, on them there will be no rain. If the family of Egypt will not come up and enter in, they shall have no rain; they shall receive the plague with which the LORD strikes the nations who do not come up to keep the Feast of Tabernacles. This shall be the punishment of Egypt and the punishment of all the nations that do not come up to keep the Feast of Tabernacles. – Therefore let us come up to Jerusalem, the world’s most glorious feeling, here sung by Zehava Ben:

And here are the readings for Shabbat Chol haMoed inbetween Sukkot:
Hallel; Kohelet; Exodus 33:12 – 34:26; Numeri 29:23-31; Ezekiel 38:18 – 39:16, Hoschanot

Hag Sukkot Sameach
Eric Martienssen

Eric Martienssen

Since my secession from the Church in 2009, my Jewish Orthodox friends in Israel and I have been following the Fake News of Rome in articles and political Shabbat commentaries on GSI (God's Sabbath Int.). The former Pontiff destroyed the dwelling place of God, the temple in Jerusalem – fact! Was the New Testament and the Church just a world dominance inspired business idea of Rome? What is politics today? Enjoy your trip on GSI.