The three churches on the top of Tabor were "according to the three tabernacles described by Peter."
The other feasts are the feast of Pentecost, feast of Trumpets, and feast of tabernacles.
There is a river, the stream whereof shall make glad the city of God, the holy place of the tabernacles of the Most High.
The Holy Ghost dwells not in tabernacles unfit and unworthy.
The stone statues, which filled the tabernacles, were destroyed during the revolution: they have been replaced by others in wood.
What should we become on our Tabor, if we were allowed to build our tabernacles there?
And the Feast of tabernacles, which commenced on the 15th of the seventh month, and lasted eight days.
The tabernacles Peter wanted to erect on Tabor let us erect in the valley.
This occurred at the time of the Feast of tabernacles, when a magnificent festival of two weeks' duration was held.
This shows what power evil spirits have upon the tabernacles of men.
mid-13c., "portable sanctuary carried by the Israelites in the wilderness," from Old French tabernacle (12c.), from Latin tabernaculum "tent," especially "a tent of an augur" (for taking observations), diminutive of taberna "hut, cabin, booth" (see tavern). Transferred late 14c. to the Temple in Jerusalem (which continued its function). Sense of "house of worship" first recorded 1690s. The Jewish Feast of Tabernacles (mid-October) was observed as a thanksgiving for harvest.