(4.5 min video) – Sukkot is the third fall holiday. It is known as Feast of Tabernacles and the Time of Our Rejoicing. Why? It celebrates God’s Presence, Protection, and Provision while Israel wandered in the wilderness. The people had food and water for 40 years. Even their clothes didn’t wear out! During this season, the Jewish people build temporary shelters called sukkahs, or booths. Discover what these symbolize and why Sukkot is the symbol of the Messianic kingdom to come. As He provided for all of Israel’s needs, so will He provide for you for He is constant in His ways.