The Feast of Tabernacles
- The Feast of TabernaclesThe Feast of Tabernacles, a harvest pointing to the final harvesting of the Church
- The Names of the Feast
- The Time of the FeastSignificance of its occurrence on the 15th day of the seventh month, and after the Day of Atonement
- It Followed Close Upon the Day of Atonement
- The Three Chief Features of the FeastThe three characteristics of the Feast of TabernaclesThis feast peculiarly commemorative of Israel being strangers and pilgrims in the earth
- The BoothsThe dwelling in boothsRabbinical ordinances about their structure
- The Fruit and Palm BranchesThe worshippers carrying the Aethrog and the Lulav in the Temple
- The OfferingsSacrifices for the Week of TabernaclesThe characteristic number seven appears in themDaily diminution in the number of bullocks offered
- Special Service at the TempleServices in the TempleSolemn procession to Siloam to fetch waterDecoration of the altar with willow branchesPouring of the water carried from SiloamOpposition of the Sadducees to this practice
- The Music of the FeastSinging of the 'Hallel'The waving of the Lulav while singing certain portions of Psalm 118References of this Hosanna to Christ on the day of His entrance into Jerusalem
- The Daily Circuit of the AltarProcession of the priests in the Temple and circuit of the altarRepetition of this seven times on the last day of the feast, the Day of the Great Hosanna
- The References in John 7:37Christ in the Temple crying, 'If any man thirst, let him come unto Me and drink'
- The Man Born BlindThe words of Christ: 'I am the light of the world'
- The Ceremonies in the Court of the WomenTheir probable reference to the Temple illumination at the Feast of Tabernacles
- Significance of the IlluminationDescription of the Temple illumination
- The Six Minor DaysOrder of Psalms sung at the Feast of Tabernacles
- The Pouring and Lighting Post-MosaicReference to this feast in the Book of RevelationThe Feast of Tabernacles the only unfulfilled type of the Old Testament.