Imagine dwelling in a tent for seven days in your front yard for the sole reason of bringing glory to God and remembering how His people dwelt in temporary dwellings in the wilderness for 40 years. This is an observance of the Jewish people during the season of Sukkot.
Sukkot, or the feast of tabernacles or booths, is a season of joy. During this seven-day Jewish festival, the people observing the holiday sit, eat and live in a sukkah, or a temporary structure with three to four walls made of different materials.
Read the full article in the Oct. 8 issue of the Navarre Press.