Feast over, but challenge remains - what do we do with what we learned?
Val J Aspenns
With the singing of the final hymn and a closing prayer, another Feast of Tabernacles becomes history. We can easily recall the inspiring, meaningful messages given from the pulpit and can still savor the millenial-like, abundant, joyful living experienced during the eight days or more. Probably we all feel encouraged, uplifted and spiritually rejuvenated. And as a result of the Feast, we've come away with a greater sense of commitment, dedication and resolve towards God, His Work and life in general. But will this resolve and renewed enthusiasm last? Or will it be as short-lived as the proverbial New Year's resolution, which lasts about as long as the hangover? Will this year's Feast give us an added spiritual boost that will raise us to a higher. spiritual plane of existence whereby we will personally reflect the image and character of Jesus Christ more profoundly than ever before?
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