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By  Followers of YAH 

From the very beginning, the Creator (Yahuwah) has
always wanted to fellowship with His creation mankind.
He enjoys us seeking Him and likewise being with Him.
“The Eight Tabernacles of Yahuwah” will take each
believer on a wonderful journey. We will discover the
great depths of Yahuwah’s compassionate love for each
of us. The Mighty One of Yisra’el has made plans for us
to be able to Tabernacle with Him. Throughout this
earth age and into the next, each Tabernacle has and
will bring us closer to the Creator, Yahuwah.

In order for us to fully understand “The Eight
Tabernacles of Yahuwah” we must first take a peek at
the Feast called Tabernacles (Sukkoth). As Yahuwah‘s
Seven Annual Feasts reveal His magnificent plan for
mankind (please request “The Feast Days of Leviticus
23”) comprehending this fall feast is very significant.
“And Yahuwah spoke to Mosheh, saying, “Speak
to the children of Yisra’el, saying, ‘On the fifteenth
day of this seventh month is the Festival of Booths
[Tabernacles] for seven days to Yahuwah. ‘On the
first day is a set-apart gathering [qodesh
convocation], you do no servile work. ‘For seven
days you bring an offering made by fire to
Yahuwah. On the eighth day there shall be a setapart gathering [qodesh convocation] for you, and you shall bring an offering made by fire to
Yahuwah. It is a closing festival [solemn assembly]
you do no servile work. ‘These are the appointed
times [feasts] of Yahuwah which you proclaim as
set-apart gatherings [qodesh convocation], to bring
an offering made by fire to Yahuwah, a burnt
offering and a grain offering, a slaughtering and
drink offerings, as commanded for every day –
besides the Sabbaths of Yahuwah, and besides
your gifts, and besides all your vows, and besides
all your voluntary offerings which you give to
Yahuwah. ‘On the fifteenth day of the seventh
month, when you gather in the fruit of the land,
observe the festival of Yahuwah for seven days.
On the first day is a rest, and on the eighth day a
rest. ‘And you shall take for yourselves on the first
day the fruit of good trees, branches of palm trees,
twigs of leafy trees, and willows of the stream, and
shall rejoice before Yahuwah your Elohim for
seven days. ‘And you shall observe it as a festival
[feast] to Yahuwah for seven days in the year – a
law forever in your generations. Observe it in the
seventh month. Dwell in booths [tabernacles] for
seven days; all who are native Yisra’elites dwell in
booths [tabernacles], so that your generations
know that I made the children of Yisra’el dwell in
booths [tabernacles] when I brought them out of
the land of Mitsrayim. I am Yahuwah your Elohim.’
Thus did Mosheh speak of the appointed times
[feasts] of Yahuwah to the children of Yisra’el.”
(Leviticus 23:33-44)
The Feast of Tabernacles (Booths, Sukkoth,
Succoth)’ is the last annual Feast of Yahuwah. This fall
feast is also known as the Feast of Ingathering. The
Feast last seven days with an exclusive eighth day
celebration called, ‘the last great day’.
What is a Sukkoth? According to ‘The New Strong’s
Complete Dictionary of Bible Words’ (#5521) a Sukkoth
means the following: “a hut or lair: – booth, cottage,
covert, pavilion, tabernacle, tent”
The Feast of Booths (Tabernacles) along with
Yahuwah’s other Feasts (Appointed Times) is a
foreshadowing of things to come. For instance, the
children of Yisra’el were in slavery in Mitsrayim (Egypt)
for 400 years. We know Yahuwah delivered the children
of Yisra’el with an outstretched arm. Mitsrayim was
struck with plagues. The very last plague was far worse
than any other. Yahuwah instructed Mosheh (Moses) to
tell the children of Yisra’el to take a perfect lamb on the
10th day. On the 14th day, they were to kill the lamb
between the evening (Shemoth/Exodus 12: 3-6). The
blood of the perfect lamb was to be put on the doorpost
of each home and they were to eat of it in haste.
“And I shall pass through the land of Mitsrayim on
that night, and shall smite all the first-born in the
land of Mitsrayim, both man and beast. And on all
the mighty ones of Mitsrayim I shall execute
judgment. I am YAHUWAH. “And the blood shall
be a sign for you on the houses where you are.
And when I see the blood, I shall pass over you,
and let the plague not come on you to destroy you
when I smite the land of Mitsrayim.”
(Shemoth/Exodus 12:12-13)
We learn the following in Yohanan (John) 1:29, “On
the next day Yohanan saw Yahushua coming toward
him, and said, “See, the Lamb of Elohim who takes
away the sins of the world!” The first Passover was a
foreshadowing of the Lamb of Yah. My beloved friends,
we need the blood of the Passover Lamb, Yahushua
poured over the doorpost of our beings. Therefore, when
judgment day comes, Yahuwah will see the blood of HIS
Lamb over us. Then the plague of death shall Passover
us! Praise be to Yah! At those words, my spirit leaps for
When the children of Yisra’el left Mitsrayim (Egypt), do
you know the first place they went?
“And the Children of Yisra’el set out from
Ra’meses to Sukkoth, about six hundred
thousand men on foot besides little
ones.”(Shemoth/Exodus 12:37)
They went to the city of Sukkoth [temporary dwelling
place] before they went to the wilderness [it is here in the
wilderness that believers are deprogrammed from the
inherited lies and then taught Yahuwah’s Torah]. We
know Yehoshua (Yahushua) led them into the promised
land. This will happen again [The Messiah will lead us
into the promised land]!
Come with me for a moment. Within the Scriptures,
many verses have parallel meanings. On the surface, we
can clearly see how a verse pertains to the physical
sense. Whereas, to find the deeper spiritual meaning,
one will have to search and study for it. Having eyes to
see and ears to hear. Just as the first Passover led to
Messiah, Yahushua, the Feast of Tabernacles leads
believers to a deeper understanding of how our bodies
are just temporary dwelling places. We are sojourners in
this earth, Nomads! Something far better awaits each of
us, as we give up this corruptible body for an
incorruptible one (1 Co. 15:53).
Clearly, understanding Yahuwah’s Feast of
Tabernacles will open up one’s eyes to His awesome
plan for mankind as well as knowing about, “The Eight
Tabernacles of Yahuwah.”
This plan for mankind is based around
love. A love that our human minds will
not fully comprehend until we enter the
eighth and final Tabernacle. In part, we
understand that this true genuine love is
not forceful. Of course, He could have
created us to be like some robotic zombies, all moving in
unison having no heart or brain. Each one of us could
have been pre-programmed to strictly follow a set of
Those who have children might be able to relate to
this. Overnight, parenting could become a perfect
success. Sounds great huh? Ponder for a moment, we
parents could just simply push some codes into that ole
remote control and DING… each child could follow our
set of rules! Yeah, Forget reading the book, “How to
Train up a Child”, we’ll just program each child to follow
certain rules. Oh, can you hear it? The sweet noise of
little Suzy running the vacuum. Robert cutting the grass.
Pots clinging and clanging as the younger ones put the
dishes away. Yes, each child could be preprogrammed.
Then when they get older, they can program their own
Eventually we would end up with a society of
heartless, preprogrammed people. Wow… sounds like
some freaky sci-fi movie. Just think how this world would
have been if Yahuwah had not the love He has.
Sadly, the elite of the world wants to do just that. Upon
looking back into history, one will find the opposite love.
A love of not freely letting one choose but forcing laws of
consciences upon mankind. Resulting in great
persecution of heretics. These Lucifericians want to
force society as a whole to follow their rules. They have
been brainwashing mankind for years. They use
techniques such as television shows, movies, books and
drugs to program vast amounts of people. The reality for
them is to forget letting people freely choose but use fear
mongering to get them to submit. This is contrary to
Yahuwah’s love for us.
Yahuwah’s love is to let each person freely decide. He
has given us a choice. Do we want to follow His
Marriage Vows (Ten Commandments), His Torah,
fellowship with Him or not? It is that simple, He
has told us everything we need to know. These
instructions have been preserved for us in the
Scriptures. These love letters reveal everything,
including how since the beginning, He has always had a
Tabernacle with His creation, mankind.

This first Tabernacle was when Yahuwah
fellowshipped with Adam and Hawwah.

“And they heard the sound of Yahuwah Elohim
walking about in the garden in the cool of the
day, and Adam and his wife hid themselves
from the presence of Yahuwah Elohim among
the trees of the garden. And Yahuwah Elohim
called unto Adam and said to him, “Where are
you?” And he said, “I heard your voice in the
garden, and I was afraid because I was naked, so
I hid myself.”
(Bereshith/Genesis 3:8-10)
At one time there were no barriers,
such as sin, to separate the bonding
between man and Yahuwah. Man was
able to walk and talk with Him. The first
Tabernacle allowed man to be in the
qodesh presence of the Mighty One of
Yisra’el. Unlike today, many of us can
just patiently yearn for the time when we will be forever
with Him. This first Tabernacle was just a temporary
Tabernacle between mankind and Yahuwah.

The second Tabernacle, Yahuwah had with Abraham,
Yitshaq and Ya’aqob. Ya’aqob (Jacob) was going on
route to Paddan Aram to find him a wife for himself, from
his mother’s (Ribqah) brother, Laban. On his journey,
something remarkable happened. He had a close
encounter with the Mighty One of Yisra’el. Yahuwah
revealed himself to Ya’aqob (Jacob).
“And he dreamed and
saw a ladder set up on
the earth, and its top
reached to the heavens,
and saw messengers of
Elohim going up and
coming down on it. And
see, Yahuwah stood
above it and said, “I
am Yahuwah Elohim of
Abraham your father
and the Elohim of
Yitshaq. The land on
which you are lying, I
give it to you and your
seed. “And your seed
shall be as the dust of the earth, and you shall
break forth to the west and to the east, to the north
and the south. And all the clans of the earth shall
be blessed in you and in your seed. “And see, I am
with you and shall guard you wherever you go, and
shall bring you back to this land. For I am not going
to leave you until I have done what I have spoken
to you.” And Ya’aqob awoke from his sleep and
said, “Truly, Yahuwah is in this place, and I did
not know it.” And he was afraid and said, “How
awesome is this place! This is none other than
the house of Elohim, and this is the gate of the
heavens!” Bereshith (Genesis) 28:12-17
Ya’aqob named the place, Beyth El meaning House of
El (Mighty One)! However, as amazing as that place
was, this too would not be a permanent dwelling place
(Tabernacle). Yahuwah would not leave him until after
he done everything he had spoken. Meaning, the time
was coming when His presence would depart from even
that awesome place.
A very long time passed before the third Tabernacle
would be constructed. This dwelling place would have
great meanings, both physically and spiritually, to the
whole house of Yisra’el. Even believers living today are
included in this two-fold message. Having
understanding, wisdom and knowledge about this matter
will deepen the being’s yearning to be free from the sin
of bondage. Now each believer, having been able to
obtain fellowship with Yahuwah.
A quick recap of some history. We know that
Ya’aqob’s (Jacob) name turns to Yisra’el (Israel). He
has twelve sons, thus giving us the twelve tribes of
Yisra’el. Yahuwah used Yoseph (Joseph) to save the
whole house of Yisra’el during the great seven years of
famine. He had them go to Mitsrayim. With the passing
of Pharaoh and Yoseph, a new generation of Mitsrayites
emerged. Soon the story of how a Hebrew [sold into
slavery became the Governor of all Mitsrayim, second
highest next to Pharaoh] saved the people from the
great famine became ancient history. There was a new
Pharaoh in town now! This meant some changes were
about to evolve for the children of Yisra’el. They
became slaves with the taskmaster being Pharaoh. This
slavery lasted 400 hundred years before Yahuwah
would send them a deliverer by the name of Mosheh.
With an outstretched arm, they were delivered from
Pharaoh. Pharaoh (a type of satan, ha shatan) had
rulership over Mitsrayim (this earth). The children of
Yisra’el (us) became slaves (bondage to sin). Pharaoh’s
guards (tares, fallen messengers, evil doers, wolves in
sheep’s clothing) enforced Pharaoh’s heavy burdens on
the slaves (us). Yahuwah used Mosheh and Aaron (two
witnesses, two olive trees, two arch messengers) to
proclaim. “Let My People Go!” All who took the blood of
the Passover Lamb (Yahushua) upon their doorposts
(our beings) would be spared from the last plague, death
(second death).With an outstretched arm (Yahushua),
the children of Yisra’el (the Bride) were delivered. In the
wilderness (being called out) they (we) had (have) to
learn about who they really serve (to be deprogrammed
from the lies inherited by our ancestors and then retaught Yahuwah’s Torah). At the last trumpet (the
seventh), Yisra’el (the Bride) will finally get to be with her
bridegroom (Yahushua). Just as Yehoshua
(Foreshadowing of Yahushua), son of Nun took the
children of Yisra’el into the promise land; Yahushua will
take us into the promise land (the millennium). Beloved
ones, do you have eyes to see and ears to hear?
Now that we perceive the importance of the whole
Exodus journey, let us precede onto the third
Tabernacle of Yahuwah. The third time Yahuwah
tabernacled with mankind was in the wilderness.
“And Mosheh took his tent [Tabernacle] and
pitched it outside the camp, far from the camp, and
called it the Tent of Meeting [Tabernacle of the
congregation] And it came to be that everyone who
sought Yahuwah went out to the Tent of Meeting
[Tabernacle of congregation] which was outside
the camp. And it came to be, whenever Mosheh
went out to the Tent [Tabernacle] that all the
people rose, and each man stood at his tent door
and watched Mosheh until he entered the Tent
[Tabernacle]. And it came to be, when Mosheh
entered the Tent [Tabernacle], that the column of
cloud descended and stood at the door of the Tent
[Tabernacle] and He spoke with Mosheh. And al
the people saw the column of cloud standing at the
Tent [Tabernacle] door, and all the people rose
and bowed themselves, each one at the door of his
tent. Thus Yahuwah spoke to Mosheh face to
face, as a man speaks to his friend. And he would
return to the camp, but his servant Yehoshua
[Yahushua] son of Nun, a young man, did not leave
the tent [Tabernacle].”
(Shemoth/Exodus 33:7-11)
What an exciting time that must have been.
Wow,…Yisra’el saw the esteem of Abba. The splendor
of Yah will bring all to their knees. Many of us need this
type of humbleness, which can only be achieved from
the effects of witnessing His awe-inspiring presence. As
the prophet YeshaYahu spoke, “Woe to me, I am a man
of unclean lips!” (YeshaYahu 6:5) This flesh is unclean
to a qodesh Mighty One as Yahuwah! Let us just praise
HIM! He loves us so much that ever since the fall, He
has been reaching out to His creation, wanting that
Tabernacle with man! Do not be as they were, telling
Mosheh, “You speak with us and we hear, but let not
Elohim speak with us, lest we die.” (Shemoth/Exodus
20:19). To speak to the Mighty One of Yisra’el face to
face, would leave me never wanting to leave His
presence. Is it any wonder the young servant Yehoshua
did not leave the tabernacle [deeper meaning here the
Messiah, Yahushua is sitting at the right hand of Abba
always in His presence]? Soon we will discover this will
not be the last time Elohim speaks to man face to face.
For the next forty years, the Levites would construct the
Tabernacle where the Mighty One of Yisra’el would
chose to dwell. Yahuwah gave strict instructions on how
the children of Yisra’el were to build the third
Tabernacle. This dwelling place needed to be easily
taken down and moved from area to area. The third
Tabernacle was temporary as were the prior ones.

The fourth Tabernacle where Yahuwah would put His name
would be far grander than the third dwelling place. This one
would not be so easily moved due to the architecture design. The
beauty of the  depth of precise detail is extraordinary.
“And when Shelomoh [Solomon] had ended praying,   

fire came down from the heavens and
consumed the burnt offering and the slaughterings.
And the esteem of Yahuwah filled the House.
And the priests were unable to enter the House
of Yahuwah, because the esteem of Yahuwah
had filled the House of Yahuwah.” (2 Dibra
HaYamim/II Chronicles 7:1-2)
“now I have chosen and set this house apart for
My Name to be there forever. And My eyes and My
Name shall always be there.” ( 2 Dibra HaYamin/II
Chronicles 7:15-16)
How thrilling it must have been! Building a dwelling
place for such a Mighty One as Yahuwah. This was no
easy task. This impressive Tabernacle still inspires
people today. Shelomoh (Solomon) had seventy
thousand men alone just to bear burdens. Then another
eighty thousand were needed to hewn stone out of the
mountains. Three thousand, six hundred were needed to
oversee the people (2 Ch. 2:18). He started to build the
Tabernacle of Yahuwah in his forth year as Sovereign.
The Tabernacle was completed in Shelomoh’s
(Solomon’s) eleventh year (1 Kings 6:37-38). Seven long
years and many thousands of workers were needed to
build the Forth Tabernacle of Yahuwah. The dedication
of Shelomoh (Solomon’s) Temple took place during the
Feast of Tabernacles (7:8-9). Shelomoh (Solomon)
knew that no building could contain the Mighty One of
Yisra’el, Yahuwah (6:18). However, Yahuwah would
dwell there as long as certain conditions were kept. In
the event these conditions were not met, then the
following would happen:
“But if you turn away and forsake My laws and My
commands which I have set before you, and shall
go and serve other mighty ones, and bow
yourself to them, then I shall pluck them from My
land, which I have given them, and this house
which I have set apart for My Name I shall cast
out of My sight and make it to be a proverb and
a mockery among all peoples.” (2 Dibre
haYamim/II Chronicles 7:19-20)
History reveals to us that Shelomoh (Solomon)
eventually turned from Yahuwah. Sadly, He did evil in
the sight of Yahuwah (1 Kings 11:6). Shelomoh’s
(Solomon’s) heart grew rebellious. The
Mighty One appeared to Shelomoh twice and even
commanded him not to go after other mighty ones
(elohim). Yet, he defiantly went after the elohim of his
many wives and concubines. Thus building high places
for them to worship their pagan idols, such as Ashtoreth
and Molek. How heart breaking that must have been.
Shelomoh (Solomon) was not the only one that
wandered. Many started worshipping the host of heaven.
The children of Yisra’el burned incense and made cakes
to the ‘Queen of Heaven’ (mother of god). They even
poured drink offerings out to this pagan fertility deity.
What soon followed was inevitable to happen…the
destruction of the Temple.
The children of Yisra’el found themselves exiled into a
foreign land, Babylon. The presence of Yahuwah had
departed from the Temple. Therefore, the fourth
tabernacle was temporary, as were the others.
After seventy years of exile, a remnant did
return to rebuild the Temple. As we will
shortly discover the Temple remained up
until the sixth Tabernacle of Yahuwah. By
then, the Temple had just became a
building. Not a dwelling place for Yahuwah.
The brick and mortar were nothing more than a bunch of
dried up dead bones. Like a cloned animal having a shell
of a body, but without the breathe of life… it is dead or
demonically possessed.
The fifth Tabernacle of Yahuwah
would be far more interesting than the
prior one’s. Mosheh yearned to see it
and so do I. Even with Shelomoh’s
(Solomon’s) Temple was not array as
this Tabernacle would be. All of Shelomoh (Solomon’s)
esteem could not even compare to the next dwelling
place. The costly stones, the finest wood, the golden
cherubim’s and floors were nothing compared to this
Tabernacle. Just as the craftsman carved the finest
precise detail in Solomon’s Temple, so did the Potter
mold the Clay!

The fifth Tabernacle of Yahuwah would
be perfect. Not having any type of blemish. Truly, this
Temple was great and marvelous.
“But the birth of Yahushua Messiah was as
follows: After His mother Miryam was engaged to
Yoseph, before they came together, she was found
to be pregnant from the Set-apart Spirit. And
Yoseph her husband, being righteous, and not
wishing to make a show of her, had in mind to give
her away secretly. But while he thought about this,
see, a messenger of Yahuwah appeared to him in
a dream, saying, “Yoseph, son of Dawid, do not
be afraid to take Miryam as your wife, for that
which is in her was brought forth from the SetApart Spirit.

And she shall give birth to a Son, and
you shall call His Name Yahushua for He shall
save His people from their sins.” And all this came
to be in order to fill what was spoken by Yahuwah
through the prophet saying, “See a maiden shall
conceive, and she shall give birth to a Son, and
they shall call His Name Immanu’el,” which
translated, means, “El with us.” And Yoseph,
awaking from his sleep, did as the messenger of
Yahuwah commanded him and took his wife, but
he knew her not until she gave birth to her Son, the
first-born. And he called His Name Yahushua.”
(MattithYahu/Matthew 1:18-25).”
HalleluYah! HalleluYah! HalleluYah!
Give Him all praise and esteem. For
truly, this was remarkable and
awesome. Yahuwah wanted to
fellowship with mankind, His creation,
so much that this one would out
succeed them ALL. YeshaYahu once said, “Who will
believe our report?” (YeshaYahu/Isaiah 53:1).

The fifth Tabernacle was not made of the finest linen, the most
costly fabric, the heaviest cedar, the strongest brick nor
was it made with gold, silver or the biggest gems and
pretty stones. But the fifth Tabernacle of Yahuwah was
made of flesh and blood! oh, beloved ones, do you
believe the report?
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was
with Elohim, and the Word was Elohim. He was in
the beginning with Elohim. All came to be through
Him, and without Him not even one came to be
that came to be. In Him was life, and the life was
the light of men. And the light shines in the
darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.
There was a man sent from Elohim, whose name
was Yohanan. This one came for a witness, to
bear witness of the Light, that all might believe
through him. He was not that Light, but that he
might bear witness of that Light. He was the true
Light, which enlightens every man, coming into the
world. He was in the world, and the world came to
be through Him, and the world did not know Him.
He came to His own, and His own did not receive
Him. But as many as received Him, to them He
gave the authority to become children of Elohim, to
those believing in His Name, who were born, not of
blood nor of the desire of man, but of Elohim. And
the Word became flesh and pitched His tent
among us, [reference to His birth taking place
during the Feast of Tabernacles] and we saw His
esteem, esteem as of an only brought forth of a
father, complete in favour and truth.”
(Yohanan/John 1:1-14)
I tell you a truth, the prophets of old longed to see the
Fifth Tabernacle of Yahuwah. Absolutely magnificent.
This dwelling place of Yahuwah was a living temple.
“Yahushua answered and said to them, “Destroy
this Dwelling Place [Temple], and in three days I
shall raise it.” Then the Yahudim said, “It took fortysix years to build this Dwelling Place, and You are
going to raise it in three days?” But He spoke
about the Dwelling Place of His body.”
(Yohanan/John 2:19-21)
He walked, ate, slept and even
experienced human emotions. He
encountered temptation yet He never
sinned. (Matt. 4:1; Hebrews 4:15) He
cast out demons. He healed the sick
(Matt. 8:16). Through Him, the blind
was able to see, the lame could walk
and the leper cleansed (Matt. 11:5).
He shook the religious establishment
of his time. They were astonished over His doctrine. His
life was not easy though. Many misunderstood Him while
others sought to kill Him (Matt. 26:4). He was stricken of
Yahuwah. He bore our sickness and disease.
(Yeshayahu/Isaiah 53:4-8) He came not to be served but
to serve others and be a ransom for many (Matt. 20:28).
He gave up His life for His friends (John 15:14). He was
even willing to become a living sacrifice for you and me.
Yahushua was the Lamb that takes the world’s sins
away (John 1:29). He became our High Priest (Hebrews
6:20). He entered once into the qodesh place, making
atonement for our sins (Hebrews 9:12). He now sits on
the right hand of Yahuwah, never leaving Abba’s
presence, making intercession on our behalf. (Hebrews
8:1). Let us rejoice for the Fifth Tabernacle of Yahuwah
is alive!
The love that Yahuwah has for us suppresses all
understanding! He made a living Tabernacle for us to
have fellowship with HIM. To those who walked, ate and
listen to Yahushua, truly they lived in an exhilarating
time. Witnessing the most majestic dwelling place of
them all.
Sadly, the fifth dwelling place of Yahuwah would also be temporary.

[Those who pick up their staff and follow Yahushua make up

the Body of Messiah. These believers have become the Bride. The Ten
Commandments/Ten Words are the Marriage Vows. The
Bride’s husband…of course is Yahushua!]
“In My Father’s house are many staying places.
And if not, I would have told you. I go prepare a
place for you.” And if I go and prepare a place for
you, I shall come again and receive you to
Myself, that where I am, you might be too. “And
where I go you know, and the way you know.”
(Yohanan/John 14:2-4)
The Messiah was telling us that He was going to
prepare a place for us! Yahuwah is so intelligent and
grand; I’m amazed over the Mighty One of Yisra’el.
According to Jewish tradition, the following would
happen when a young man and woman became
betrothed. When the Yisra’elite man (Yahushua)
wanted to marry (the congregation), he would go to the
maiden’s house with a ‘bride price.’ He would make a
contract (covenant) with the maiden’s father. How
exciting it must have been for both, the soon to be
Bridegroom (Yahushua) and the Bride (Believers). I’m
sure the man would be very nervous, being in love,
wondering if His ‘bride price’ (Yahushua gave his life for
the bride) would be acceptable by the girl’s father
(Yahuwah was pleased to crush him, YeshaYahu 53:10).
If the bride price was accepted, a glass of wine would be
poured (Matt. 26:29). If the maiden drank, then they
would be betrothed. Then the Bridegroom (Yahushua)
would go off to build a place (the Millennium) for His
Bride (Believers).Watch this beloved ones…when Abba
(Yahuwah) decides the marriage chamber is indeed
ready (Mark 13:32) as it was custom for the groom’s
father to do, the Bridegroom (Yahushua) would (will) get
the Bride (Believers). This will happen at an hour no one
suspected (s), like a thief in the night. Isn’t this amazing?
The slightest detail that appears insignificant is quite
astonishing! Are you waiting for the Bridegroom,
Yahushua to come get you? Let us not be like the five
foolish virgins. Eight_Tabernacles_of_Yahuwah-2016_eBook