Tag Archives: Feast of Tabernacles

A Tour Of The Millennium Logistics

It has been of great interest to me to note the practical bent of many of the messages I have heard at the Feast this year. If there has been an idea in the eyes of many people that the … Continue reading

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In God’s Orchard, It’s Time To Rise And Shine

Today at the Feast of Tabernacles here in Jamaica we had a father and son duo I happen to know from previous feasts we have spent together (including last year in St. Vincent), and I was admittedly a bit puzzled … Continue reading

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This Isn’t Where I Parked My Taxi

It is Thursday, just about 10:45PM, and I have arrived at the Portland International Airport, expecting to catch a flight at the last minute after a disastrously long journey from home, and I arrive to the airport only to find … Continue reading

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Hotel Review: Sunset Shores

Sunset Shores, Villa Bay, St. Vincent and the Grenadines In order to review this hotel fairly, considering it was the hotel we stayed at and which hosted the Feast of Tabernacles in St. Vincent, I would like to begin with … Continue reading

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Liveblogging The Trip To The Feast Of Tabernacles: Part One

12:16PM:  It may seem a bi early for some of you to be thinking about this, but some of us begin our travels to the Feast of Tabernacles quite early.  Today I will be beginning my trip to the Feast … Continue reading

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The Days Of Unleavened Bread And The Problem Of Khol Ha-Moedim

Yesterday, when writing about the question of the tradition of Winter Family Weekends for those of us who eschew the worship of heathen festivals [1], I commented that I would deal with the question of the observance of the “middle … Continue reading

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Some Reflections On The 2018 Feast Of Tabernacles In Suriname

Most years [1] I write some kind of post-feast reflections, and as I just got home early this morning from the Feast of Tabernacles and did not really have the time to write at any length on the matter–not that … Continue reading

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Why Do All Good Things Come To An End?

Last night I wanted to do a bit of writing, but it was late and the internet was not working.  It was late because my mother and I had just spent an hour talking (somewhat loudly, apparently) to a young … Continue reading

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Perhaps The Best Feast Ever

[Note:  This is the prepared text for a sermonette that was scheduled in the Portland congregation of the United Church of God on October 14, 2017.  It ended up not being given because of a last minute change of schedule.] … Continue reading

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As Long As I Am In This Tent

2 Peter is one of the more obscure and controversial of the books of the Bible, and likely one of the books that people pay less attention to despite the fact that it is full of verses and passages of … Continue reading

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