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SukkotRead / Listen to Portion
Sukkot is to the other festivals what the Sabbath is to the other six days of the week. It foreshadows that great celebration of creation when the entire world will live in peace and brotherhood under the reign and rule of the righteous Messiah King.
Five days after the Day of Atonement, the Festival of Tabernacles begins. It is seven days long. The first day is a special Sabbath. The Hebrew name of the festival is sukkot (×¡×•×›×•×ª), a word that means "shelters, stables or huts."