While the in-gathering of Sukkot may begin with the Jews, it doesn't end with us, as we read every year the morning of Sukkot, "All who survive of all those nations that came up against Jerusalem shall make a pilgrimage year by year to bow to the King LORD of Hosts and to celebrate the Feast of Sukkot." (Zechariah 14:16)
At the end of our 10-day period of reflection, we celebrate Yom Kippur, which is generally considered to be the most important holiday in the Jewish faith.
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