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immediately following the Revelation of Jesus Christ on Yom

Kippur.

“On this mountain the Lord Almighty will prepare a feast

of rich food for all peoples, a banquet of aged wine; the best of

meats and the finest of wines”

(Isa. 25:6).

In this cloud over Zion will the Lord dwell in His sanctuary

and be among the people of the earth, not only during the Mil-

lennium but forever.

“‘…I will put my sanctuary among them forever. My dwell-

ing place will be with them; I will be their God, and they will

be my people. Then the nations will know that I the Lord make

Israel holy, when my sanctuary is among them forever’”

(Ezek.

37:26-28).

Feast Of Hanukkah

Hanukkah is also called the Festival of Lights, and the Feast

of Dedication. This is celebrated by the Jews on the 25th day of

the month of Kisle

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for eight days. Readers should note that

this is not one of the seven festivals described in the Old Tes-

tament. It’s not there because the event that it commemorates

occurred during the inter-testament period (between the Old

and New Testament), during the 400 years of God’s silence.

Between the writings of the Old and New Testament, cer-

tain prophesied events of Daniel occurred. Alexander the Great

had expanded the Greek Empire and died, leaving his empire

divided among four generals. One division, the Seleucid dynas-

ty of Syria, came to rule over Jerusalem and Judea. A beast

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Kislev, or Chisleu, the 9

th

month of the Jewish religious year.

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