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Whenever a biblical feast or commemorative day draws near, the Christians of the New Testament Church (NTC), both local and overseas, will come on pilgrimage to Mount Zion to worship God, the Great King of Zion. They often sing and dance in praise of God. Overflowing with happiness and warmth, Christians from different parts of the world gather together as a family of love on Zion our homeland.

According to the Old Testament, one of the festive days is the twenty-first day of the seventh month, the greatest day of the Feast of Tabernacles. This feast signifies that God dwells with men and that His tabernacle is among men. In the Old Testament, the temple was rebuilt on this day. Feast6In these last days, God moved the Prophet of All Nations Kong Duen Yee to preach the Inspiration of 7.21—the great vision of the Holy Spirit rebuilds the NTC. Through the NTC, God is going to terminate all nations and bring in the millennial kingdom. Therefore, during the Feast of Tabernacles, all Christians come on pilgrimage to Mount Zion or her offshoots to celebrate with great rejoicing.

From the beginning to the end of the year, Mount Zion is filled with God’s glorious works. The voices of the Christians’ rejoicing never cease.