Christian Zionism - It's Bigger Than You Imagine
Christians from "100 countries" celebrate the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.
Sukkot, otherwise known as "The Feast of Tabernacles" is observed by an estimated 50,000 Christians. The United Church of God is one of the largest groups that observes this festival. Most of those that do observe it were at one time affiliated with the Worldwide Church of God, though some associated with the Church of God (Seventh Day) and even with the Seventh-day Adventist Church (a very small minority) also observe it, though it is not an official practice of those latter two churches.
The seventh day of Sukkot is known as Hoshana Rabbah (הושענא רבא, Great Supplication). On the night of Hoshana Rabbah, passages are read from the Books of Deuteronomy and Psalms, as well as the Zohar. Kabbalistic prayers are also recited.
However, only in one place in the four Christian Gospels is there a mention of Sukkot. The Gospel of John (7:2): "Now the Jews' feast of tabernacles was at hand." The festival was held in Judea, where Jesus was reluctant to travel because he knew the Jews wanted to kill him (John 7:1). He did finally attend incognito (John 7:10).
Because Jesus decided to preach at the festival (which is a bit different from participating in it) the screwed up Zio Christians believe that they must observe Sukkot.
If they read their bibles more closely (John 7:13) it also states that those attending the feast would not speak openly of Jesus because of "fear of the Jews".
While preaching at the festival, Jesus admonishes the Jews for not following the law of Moses and asks them why they want him dead (John 7:19). The Jews didn't recognize Jesus and were therefore confused by the question.
How then could Sukkot be a "Christian" celebration?
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Why not let the world know how Christians everywhere have fallen for Zionism?
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