A good ol’ Texan feast 2010!

Today is the last day of The Festival season of Sukkoth or best known to this audience as The Feast of Tabernacles, or technically The Eighth Day (Last Great Day in XCG circles).  It is ironic that after the Worldwide Church of God (now Grace Communion International) aggressively rooted out their own festival celebrations in their own denomination (and I have discussed my own objections about it many times), it is interesting to see other denominations getting interested in The Feast of Tabernacles.  Also, there are those who STILL want to endlessly argue  the fact that keeping the festivals and Armstrongism go together. Well ask this Nigerian based group about the origins of their group or label them Armstrongite. Not a wise idea. The following clip is from a Torah observant Messianic Jewish group in good ol’ Texas celebrating the Feast, country style. You might not agree with everything they say theologically but I, for one admire their enthusiasm and dedication. I wish all those who are ending their celebrating today at sunset, that they had a joyous and wonderful feast.

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