April 21, 2024

22 thoughts on “Living Water at the Feast of Tabernacles: exploring John 7

    1. Shalom, Felishia! Please let me know if I can be of any help with your studies. Thank you for your comment! Praying for your school, students, and ministry b’Shem Y’shua haMashiach!

  1. Sukkot is one of my favourite Biblical feasts. I love your teaching and the new insights I gleaned. By the way, this song by Joshua Aaron is very dear to my heart. It helped me in a very difficult period of my life.

    1. Chag Sukkot sameach! Sukkot really is a wonderful and joyous feast – one of my favorites, too. This year we are blessed because it is unseasonably warm here. Usually Sukkot is a very chilly event for us in northern WI! That Hoshiana song by Joshua Aaron really is touching, I know the first time I heard it I was just so moved by it.

  2. Wow! This post hass o much valuable insights. Didn’t know of Sukkot feast. Thank you for this Bible lesson 🙂

    1. Hi Ngari! The Sukkot feast is a joyous celebration and I am glad you have now learned a bit about it! Thank you for stopping by and commenting, I really appreciate it and love hearing from you!

  3. This is beautiful! I find learning about Jesus’ Jewish context to be so helpful in understanding the significance of so many things in Scripture. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Thank you for the information that the last day of Sukkot in John 7 refers to Hoshana Rabbah, not Shemini Atzeret, and that water was brought into the Temple from the Pool of Siloam during the festival.

  5. THank you for sharing. There are also other reasons they celebrated in thanksgiving, it goes far beyond the rain…. Like thankful for making it through the wilderness. Dig deeper for further meaning.

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