SARBATORILE DOMNULUI – ( 5 ) – ( Remember )

Sarbatoarea Corturilor – Sukkot

SUKKOT -ul   este,  de asemenea,  una dintre  frumoasele si  binecuvantatele  Sarbatori ale  Domnului , descrisa in Vaikra  23 : 33- 46. “ Domnul a vorbit lui Moshe si a zis : Vorbeste copiilor lui Israel si spune-le : “ In a cinsprezecea zi a acestei luni a saptea , va fi sarbatoarea corturilor , in cinstea Domnului , timp de sapte zile. In ziua intai sa fie o adunare sfanta : sa nu faceti nicio lucrare de sluga in timpul ei. Timp de sapte zile , sa aduceti Domnului jertfe mistuite de foc . A opta zi , sa aveti o adunare sfanta , si sa aduceti Domnului jertfe mistuite de foc ; aceasta sa fie o adunare ee sarbatoare : sa nu faceti nicio lucrare de sluga in timpil ei.” ( Levitic23: 33-36.
Sukkot-ul , de obicei tradus in Engleza prin Tabernacles , iar in Romana prin  Sarbatoarea Corturilor,  tine sapte zile , de la 15 pana la 21 Tishrei ( Septembrie / Octombrie ), si se sfarseste in cea de-a 8-a zi – o zi cu totul speciala – din 22 Tishrei.  Trecerea de la sobrietatea  Marilor Sarbatori de cainta , la bucuria zgomotoasa si exuberanta a Sarbatorii Corturilor , in care poporului i se porunceste sa  construiasca acele mici colibe in care sa si traiasca timp de 7 zile , este destul de rapida , insa se pare ca Dumnezeu chiar acest lucru Si l-a dorit : poporul ales trebuia sa constientizeze in permanenta purtarea Sa de grija , si mai ales trebuia sa-si aminteasca de unde l-a scos Dumnezeul lui ,  cu Mana Sa Puternica. Torah acorda o semnificatie aparte cuvantului s u k k a h , el desemnand mica si simpla coliba (  foarte asemanatoare unui cort ) in care israelitii au fost obligati sa traiasca in pustie in drumul lor spre Tara Promisa  , dupa ce au parasit Egiptul ( Levitic 23 : 42 ). Sarbatoarea Corturilor se mai numeste : Sezonul Bucuriei , Sarbatoarea Adunarii Poporului , Sarbatoarea Popoarelor , Sarbatoarea Dedicarii etc. ( Mai departe , AICI  )


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22 de răspunsuri la SARBATORILE DOMNULUI – ( 5 ) – ( Remember )

  1. Sima C. C. zice:

    Sarbatori fericite , insotite de Mesia , mai departe. Va doresc o Sarbatoare a Corturilor insotita de marea bucurie a Dumnezeului lui Israel care , asa de frumos scrie in Tefania ( versetul pe care ni l-ati dat la frumoasa melodie a lui Paul Wilbur ) , vine sa locuiasca in mijlocul poporului Sau.
    Sucot incarcat cu binecuvantari !

  2. Anca Gore zice:

    O minunata sarbatoare plina de pace si iubire. Dumnezeu sa va mangaie cu ocazia aceasta , pentru ca sunteti o fiica a Israelului Sau fizic , si sa va ofere numai implinirile Lui valoroase. Va doresc si eu ” Sukot fericit !” Shalom!

  3. Paul zice:

    Un articol ziditor. O trecere prin Vechiul si prin Noul Legamant surprinzator de bine intocmita. Eu personal va multumesc , doamna Otniela , pentru ca studiile Dvs ma ajuta sa ma dezvolt spiritual. Dumnezeu sa va binecuvinteze ! Sarbatori cu bucurie ! Sarut mana si shalom.

  4. Nora R. zice:

    Shalom. Am urmarit si filmele you tube, pe langa cele scrise de tine , draga Otniela, iar explicatiile sunt relevante, incat incep sa ma intreb serios ce cauta Mos Craciun si Pastele cu iepuras in sarbatorile crestinilor, daca ele nu se gasesc in Biblie??

  5. Dikie Siwinski zice:

    Dear Otniella our sister , wishing you the happiest Sukkot we want to assure you all our love and gratitude in our Messiah, Yeoshua The Holy of Adonay . Mau you be blesed with a lot of peace and hope in our Lord. Keep your eyes straight on our Saviour. Chag Sameach !!!!! Yours, Felicia and Dikkie.

  6. Lukas zice:

    Thanks very much Otniella for sharing Sukkot s explanations with us. You are very good in your job for the Almighty. I wish you a wonderful Sukkot time !!!! May the Lord shine His face upon you. Happy Sukkot !!!!!!!

  7. Julie 43 zice:

    My dear sister in Yeoshua – Jesus Christ the Lord, i want to express all my amazed adimiration for all your work this site. I think through it all the kingdom of God will come. I am not a jew but i attend a messianic congragation, where i feel closer linked by Scripture.
    i wish you a special happiest Sukkot celebration. Adonay bless your heart, my dear and Chag Sukkot !

  8. Erwin Miltz zice:

    Chag Sukkot !!!! Otniela and visitors have a blessed Sukkot , you and your families. We are waiting for those days under the reigning of Messiah everybody will rejoice in the Lord Almighty.
    Moshiach is coming….. Maranatha !

  9. Stephanie zice:

    Thanks Otniella, Daughter of Zion. Remarkable ideas in your sukkot study. Be blessed having a happy sukkot among your families and friends. God of Israel be alwasys your right site.

  10. Sammuel Saik zice:

    SCHALOM U VRACHA !!!! to Otniella Bat Zion and all her visitors : HAPPY SUKKOT TIME ! may HASHEM bless HIS children in Romania and everywhere. many blesses for Zion sake !

  11. Dana zice:

    Sabat Salom! Chag Sukkot Sameach!
    Pericopa saptamanii prezentata de Messianic Bible ne ajuta sa intelegem mai bine semnificatia Sarbatorii Corturilor.

    During the week-long festival of Sukkot (Tabernacles), the regular Parsha (Torah portion) for Shabbat is suspended, and a special Parsha pertaining to the holiday is read in synagogues around the world.

    Please read along with us and learn how Sukkot represents the sheltering presence of God. We know you will be blessed!

    Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot
    Exodus 33:12-34:26; Ezekiel 38:18-39:16; Book of Ecclesiastes; Revelation 7:1-10

    “Behold, I make a covenant: before all your people I will do marvels, such as have not been done in all the earth, nor in any nation: and all the people among whom you are shall see the work of the Lord: for it is an awesome thing that I will do with you.” (Exodus 34:10)

    In this special Sukkot reading, Moses asks that God’s presence would go with Israel, and God agrees.

    Encouraged by this positive response, Moses also asks to see God’s glory. Once again, God graciously complies with his request and invites Moses to ascend Mount Sinai with two newly hewn stone tablets so that He can re-carve the Ten Commandments.

    On the mountain, God reveals His glory to Moses in such a fearsome spectacle of power that God must protect Moses from being destroyed by it.

    There is a place near Me where you can stand on a rock. When My glory passes by, I will put you in an opening in the rock. I will cover you with My hand until I have passed by. Then I will remove My hand. You will see My back. But My face must not be seen. (Exodus 33:21-23)

    It’s clear that Moses, having experienced the power of the presence of God, understands that His presence is more than sufficient against any threat Israel might encounter inside or outside of the Promised Land.

    Gog and Magog: Challenging the Restoration of Israel

    “This is what will happen in that day: When Gog attacks the land of Israel, My hot anger will be aroused.” (Ezekiel 38:18)

    In the Haftarah (prophetic portion) for Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot, the Hebrew prophet Ezekiel describes an End-Time scenario when formidable armies from the north, under the leadership of Gog, will challenge the restoration of Israel.

    This invasion of Israel, however, will end in the utter destruction of the forces of Gog, whose identity is somewhat obscure.

    The forces that come against Israel will be so large in that day that Gog’s weaponry will provide fuel for Israel for seven years (Ezekiel 39:9).

    They will not need to gather wood from the fields or cut it from the forests, because they will use the weapons for fuel. And they will plunder those who plundered them and loot those who looted them, declares the Sovereign LORD. (Ezekiel 39:10)

    Moreover, so many soldiers from Gog and Magog will die in this battle, that it will take seven months for Israel to bury them all and cleanse their land (Ezekiel 39:12).

    Sukkot and the Protective Covering of God

    Why do we read about this end-time battle during Sukkot?

    According to Rabbinic tradition, this war will be waged during the month of Tishrei, the month that the holiday of Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) falls within.

    Interestingly enough, the war that is described in Ezekiel is similar to the war described in the 14th chapter of Zechariah, the Haftarah reading on the first day of Sukkot. And in Zechariah we learn that the Gentiles, who survive the war against Israel, will be required to keep Sukkot annually by coming up to the Holy City of Jerusalem to worship the Lord.

    Then the survivors from all the nations that have attacked Jerusalem will go up year after year to worship the King, the Lord Almighty, and to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles [Sukkot]. If any of the peoples of the earth do not go up to Jerusalem to worship the King, the Lord Almighty, they will have no rain. (Zechariah 14: 16-17)

    Psalm 27 presents a clear connection between Sukkot and God’s protection of Israel and those who trust in Him.

    “For in the day of trouble He will conceal me in His tabernacle [sukkah]; In the secret place of His tent He will hide me; He will lift me up on a rock.” (Psalm 27:5)

    The word translated as tabernacle in English is the Hebrew word sukkah (סכה). When evil threatens God’s people, He will hide them in His sukkah, inaccessible from the enemy on the rock of His presence.

    Now that is a promise we can trust in during these last days

    The Battle of Armageddon

    “When the thousand years are over, Satan will be released from his prison, and will go out to deceive the nations in the four corners of the earth—Gog and Magog—to gather them for battle.” (Revelation 20:7-8)

    Gog and Magog are also mentioned in the Brit Chadashah (New Testament) in connection with Armageddon, and the final battle between the forces of good and evil.

    The word Armageddon is possibly derived from the city Meggido (meaning Invasion) mentioned many times in the Tanakh (Hebrew Scripture).

    Tel Meggido is an elevation where many settlements existed and a Roman outpost was built to guard Via Maris (Way of the Sea), an important trade route connecting ancient Egypt with Mesopotamia.

    Although there is debate over the origin and meaning of the word Armageddon, a symbolic rendering of the term is perhaps, hill of sorrows.

    Armageddon is mentioned only once in the Brit Chadashah (New Testament) in chapter 16 of the Book of Revelation.

    They are spirits of demons performing miraculous signs, and they go out to the kings of the whole world, to gather them for the battle on the great day of God Almighty…. Then they gathered the kings together to the place that in Hebrew is called Armageddon. (Revelation 16: 14,16)

    In this end-time scenario, we once again see Israel’s enemies mounting a war against Jerusalem. This time, however, we see the spiritual forces behind the rebellion against God.

    “They had as king over them the angel of the Abyss, whose name in Hebrew is Abaddon, and in Greek, Apollyon.” (Revelation 9:11)

    (The words Abaddon and Apollyon mean Destroyer.)

    And this time, God pours out on all rebels the full extent of His judgment, including everlasting torment for Satan, the beast and the false prophet.

    They marched across the breadth of the earth and surrounded the camp of God’s people, the city He loves. But fire came down from heaven and devoured them. And Satan, who deceived them, was thrown into the lake of burning sulfur, where the beast and the false prophet had been thrown. They will be tormented day and night forever and ever. (Revelation 20:9-10)

    With an Outstretched Arm

    As we read how God will hurl His fury against Gog with pestilence and with blood, floods, giant hailstones, fire and brimstone, it’s easy to see from this Haftarah portion that God is furious with those who come against the Land of Israel (Ezekiel 38:22).

    In fact, there are several parallels between God’s deliverance of Israel from Egypt long ago, and His future deliverance of Israel from Gog in the end times. In both we see that God saves and rescues Israel with a strong hand and with an outstretched arm.

    The phrase “With a strong hand and an outstretched arm (בְּיָ֣ד חֲ֭זָקָה וּבִזְר֣וֹעַ נְטוּיָ֑ה)” has special meaning in Jewish tradition. It represents God using His power on behalf of His people. The ‘arm of the Lord’ also represents His salvation (Yeshua).

    “You brought your people Israel out of Egypt with signs and wonders, by a mighty hand and an outstretched arm and with great terror.” (Jeremiah 32:21, see also Deuteronomy 4:34; 26:8; Exodus 6:6)

    This special Sukkot Parsha reveals that God’s divine sheltering presence over Israel has not ended, but will continue past the end of this age.

    God is not finished with the Jewish People and Israel. This is plainly evident when we consider how Bible Prophecy concerning Israel is being fulfilled during these end times.

    The Brit Chadashah (New Covenant) also tells us that God’s plan to reach out to the nations through Israel did not end with the death and resurrection of Messiah, but continues to this day and will in the world to come.

    “For if their casting Yeshua aside means reconciliation for the world, what their accepting Him mean? It will be life from the dead!” (Romans 11:15)

    The Book of Romans promises that when the Jewish People come to know Yeshua, it will be like life from the dead for the world.

    Before this can happen, however, they must first hear the Good News of Yeshua!

    „How can they call on Him unless they believe in Him? How can they believe in Him unless they hear about Him? How can they hear about Him unless someone preaches to them?” (Romans 10:14)

    Shabat Shalom!
    „I will bless those who bless you [Israel].” (Genesis 12:3)

  12. Hannah Haddad zice:

    Chag Sameach !!!!! Happy Sukkot and Simchat Torah…… to Otniela Bat Tzion and all her visitors. may Adonai live among you all in much enjoyness and triumph…Rejoyce in the Lord the people of HaShem!!!!!!

  13. un ucenic zice:

    shalom ! am citit toate sarbatorile dvs de pe blog, sora Otniela. dar ma intreb sunt ele necesare pentru mantuire ? daca nu sunt atunci de ce sa ne batem capul cu ele? nu este harul totul ? nu am fost mantuiti prin credinta? sau dvs credeti ca mai trebuie si acestea ? si de ce ? va rog sa nu va suparati pe mine pentru aceste intrebari dar astept raspunsul. va multumesc.

    • Stimate un ucenic , Shalom ! Pentru Mantuire este necesara Credinta in Jertfa lui Yeshua Ha Mashiach. EL este CALEA, ADEVARUL si VIATA ! Nu exista nicio alta cale in afara Lui. EL , ca Fiu de Dumnezeu, nascut din Tatal Ceresc din vesnicie, si nascut omeneste , prin Duhul Sfant , dintr-o mama evreica , a venit acum 2000 de ani la poporul pe care Si L-a ales, ca sa impace intreaga omenire aflata sub blestemul neascultarii , prin Jertfa Sa Unica si Irepetabila , cu DUMNEZEUL VESNIC. DA, EL SINGUR TREBUIE SA NE AJUNGA ! Numai ca EL, UNICUL si SINGURUL MANTUITOR , ne cere sa ramanem in EL ca sa putem aduce Roada. Aceasta sintagma ” in EL ” , semnifica INTREGUL SAU CONTEXT descris si cuprins in Cuvantul Sau.
      Nu putem fi ” in EL ” fara SISTEMUL SAU de valori eterne. Iar intre aceste VALORI – daca veti citi cu atentie, cu o inima fara prejudecati , Biblia – veti gasi si Sarbatorile SALE ( nu ale omului , nu ale evreilor etc ). Dumnezeu sa va binecuvinteze din Sion.

  14. Dear Friends , Shalom ! I am very glad you came and visited my site , this wonderful time of Sukkot. Hope the real meaning of this Celebration had been understood by everybody s heart and family becouse this time remembered us the real Love of ADONAI for His People, and it also gives us Hope in a Messianic Era that is to come very soon.
    May our eyes be kept always awaked in His Promisses, and the real coming of Messiah please our souls with much Shalom in the times that comes. Be blessed from Zion, all of you.

  15. Adelina Briana zice:

    am aflat de existenta evreilor mesianici d p net si sunt foarte interesata!

  16. Adelina Briana zice:

    am o multime d intrebari in legatura cu iudaismul mesianic, la care te-as ruga sa imi raspunzi!

  17. Adelina Briana zice:

    am vazut ca in centrul Stelei lui David de pe steagul israelit aveti o cruce,asta inseamna ca va faceti semnul crucii ca ortodocsii?

  18. Draga Adelina , mai intai Shalom ! Ma bucura interesul tau pentru valorile evreitatii mesianice. Vreau sa te sfatuiesc insa , cu toata sinceritatea , sa IL cauti pe DUMNEZEU ca PERSOANA si nu formele de inchinare. Pe Dumnezeu intotdeauna L-a interesat in primul rand CONTINUTUL , de aceea L-a trimis pe Fiul Sau Preaiubit sa moara. DUMNEZEU S-a jertfit pentru a ne rascumpara SUFLETELE de la pierzare vesnica. Nu este indicat sa cautam intai FORMELE , ci ESENTA Credintei noastre.
    Referitor la Iudaismul Mesianic , sunt sigura ca cel mai bine te vei putea lamuri citind acest articol :
    In ceea ce priveste Steaua lui David si Crucea existenta in mijloc, nu trebuie sa-ti faci probleme , este vorba doar despre un simbol, si-atat. Informatii desprea Stea poti gasi aici :
    Iti doresc multa binecuvantare din Sion !

  19. linatomescu zice:

    buna treaba. si bisericile de ce nu tin sarbatorile din vechiul testament daca tot le numiti ale Domnului?

  20. Valeriu_Augustin zice:

    Am auzit ca sunt foarte multi crestini care merg in Israel in timpul sarbatorii corturilor.

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