Daily Archives: September 27, 2015

Sukkot: What’s this Joyous Holiday All About?

Sukkot is a wonderful, joyful holiday – one of the three Torah festivals on which Jews everywhere were required to make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. It is a seven-day holiday, with the first day being observed as a holy day, similar to the Sabbath, upon which no work is permitted.

WATCH: Experience Sukkot in Israel – It’s Amazing!

Sukkot is a wondrous and enjoyable holiday celebrated by Jewish people all over the world, but in Israel it is something unbelievable!

The Profound Message of Unity on Sukkot in the ‘Hakhel’ Year

At the end of every seven years…on the Festival of Sukkot following the Sabbatical year…All of Israel will come and appear before the Lord, your G‑d, in the place that He will choose…You shall read the Torah before all of Israel…Assemble the people: the men, the women, the children…” (Deuteronomy 31:10-12)

Kubana n’Uwiteka biruta byose!

Bakundwa nongeye kubasuhuza mu izina ry’Umwami wacu Yesu Kristo Umwami wabakiranutsi, mbandikiye mbafitiye urukumbuzi rwinshi rwo mu Mwami wacu wabambwe igorigota kumusaraba kumanywa yihangu aho yakojejwe isoni kubera ibyaha byanjye nawe.

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