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In what ways does Jesus fulfill the symbolism underlying the feast of Tabernacles?

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It is written in John chapter 7:10-26:But when His brothers had gone up, then He also went up to the feast, not openly, but as it were in secret.

All of the feast days were fulfilled by Christ. The Feast of unleavened bread which includes the Passover and the feast of the harvest, the firstfruit of all your labors were fulfilled by Christ in His death burial and resurruction. The feast of weeks was fulfilled by Christ when He poured out His Spirit on the Jews on the day of Pentecost and the feast of Tabernacles were fulfilled by Christ when He poured out His Spirit on the gentiles. hint (in Acts chapter 10 why was Peter prayer on the housetop?). Also, you read in Zechariah chapter 14 that the Feast of Tabernacle is the only Jewish Feast were the Gentiles will partake. Christ fulfilled all the scriptures in the generation of the Jews, His generation. 

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