This package includes: Celebrating Sukkot – The Feast of Booths, DVD teaching by Jonathan Bernis: Sukkot is the final biblically mandated festival of the Jewish year. Also known as the Feast of Booths or Feast of Tabernacles, this joyous holy day holds deep significance for the Children of Abraham, but what about Believers in Yeshua? In Celebrating Sukkot – the Feast of Booths, Rabbi Jonathan Bernis unpacks the rich meaning Sukkot holds for Believers today. Find out four key truths about God revealed in the Feast of Tabernacles, learn how Sukkot was celebrated in biblical times and today, discover the difference between religion and relationship with God, and marvel at the prophetic meaning hidden within God’s ordained Feast of Booths. You will be inspired, and your faith renewed as you see God’s hand in the celebration of Sukkot in the past, present, and future!; The Fall Feasts and Chanukah: One of the most incredible things about our Almighty God, Creator of the universe, is that He wants to meet with His people. When He gave the Torah to Moses, God commanded Israel to observe seven annual feasts. In these “appointed times,” He called the Jewish people to connect with Him in very specific ways. The Jewish feasts also hold much meaning for Gentile Believers. Explore the rich spiritual significance of each of the Fall Feasts and learn about the prophetic pictures of Yeshua (Jesus) contained in each one. You’ll discover the cohesive thread running through the Old and New Covenants and the special lessons that the Fall Feasts hold for you.; Appointments with God: Reflections on the Jewish Feasts: Through the Feasts, God established “appointed times” for Jewish people to mark a variety of remembrances, offerings and celebrations. The Jewish Feasts provide us opportunities to enrich our faith by entering into God’s presence to connect with Him around a theme of His choosing. Gentile Believers in Yeshua have much to gain by understanding the Jewish Feasts as well. Appointments with God includes teachings and devotions about each Feast as well as daily devotions for Passover, Sukkot and Chanukah. It presents many Scripture readings, insightful questions and designated spaces to record your thoughts. This book will guide you to find deeper meaning each year in these appointments with God.; Sukkah Replica: God instructed the Jewish people to build sukkot, or booths, and live in them for seven days during the Feast of Sukkot, so that all generations would know that He made Israel dwell in booths during their 40 years in the wilderness. Jewish people still build sukkot to observe the week-long holiday, and each sukkah (singular of sukkot) is to have three sides with a natural, leafy roof. As they look up through the loosely woven branches, Jewish people can see the night sky and remember God’s promise to make Abraham’s descendants as numerous as the stars in the heavens. This handsome Sukkah Replica is perfect for displaying on a coffee table or desk. It is made of resin and measures 4.5” x 4.5” x 3.5”.; 2021 Jewish Voice Wall Calendar: The exclusive 2021 Jewish Voice wall calendar features beautiful full color photographs of the work and people your support touches around the world. This 12-month calendar notes biblical holidays as well as those for the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Israel. You’ll also find corresponding Hebrew months, information about the Jewish holidays and an overview of JVMI’s work. Each month focuses on a different aspect of the life-changing ministry Jewish Voice accomplishes through you.