The Feast of Tents

R. E. Harlow


A study of Old Testament feasts and a look in John 7.

The Feast of Tabernacles was the seventh of the annual celebrations which the Lord commanded Israel to keep. It was also the most joyful. It came like a week's vacation, when the people lived in little shelters, made of grass or branches, with sacrifices every day.

This event became more important to us when the Lord Jesus went to Jerusalem with many of the people. In the middle of the week he began to teach, saying that God sent Him. But on the last day He made a grand promise any one could come to Him for satisfaction, and any believer could be a great channel of blessing.

In this booklet, the author shows the importance of the feast in the Old Testament, and in John 7. He hopes that it will be a blessing to many, and make them a blessing to others.

R. E. Harlow

Robert E. Harlow,a long-time commended worker, went to be with the Lord on March 10, 2003, five days short of his 95th birthday. He was co-founder of Emmaus Bible College, now located in Dubuque, Iowa, and founder, along with his wife, Gertrud, of Everyday Publications, Inc., in Port Colborne, ON. Dr. Harlow wrote more than fifty books, including Come and Dine: New Testament Readings for Every Day (1976). His,Can We Know God? (1958) was the first of a series of books he wrote in simple, "Everyday", English. It has sold some 500,000 copies in more than a dozen languages. A native of Toronto, he was also a missionary in the Belgian Congo.

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