In Zechariah 14, the prophet foretells that after Yahweh comes to be King over all the earth and after he judges many of the nations, those whom he spares will come from all of the nations and celebrate the Feast of Booths, the Feast of Tabernacles. This is that Feast of Booths. This is the Feast that celebrates the harvest, the ingathering of all the produce of the world. Here we rejoice before the Lord with our families, hearing the Word of God read and declared. One of the things that this indicates is that we are celebrating as finished what is not yet done. We are celebrating the end of the harvest, but as we look around at the world, it is clear that there is much to be done. Jesus says that the fields are white for harvest, and yet looking at the state of the world, it is clear that the harvest is not yet done. But we eat here celebrating the fact that it will be. Because Jesus has been made King, every knee will bow and every tongue will swear allegiance to his Name. But this is also the celebration of the completion of our faith. He who has begun a good work in you will complete it unto the day of Christ Jesus. You are eating your perfection here. You are celebrating your faith perfected. How is this possible? It is possible because here Christ gives himself as our righteousness, as our life, as our resurrected and perfected life. Therefore do not fear what will come. This is the Feast of Booths, the Feast of the harvest, the Feast of the completion of God’s promises. This is God’s promise to you that all that is true of Jesus will be true of you. Do not doubt; only believe.