Sukkot is a divine appointment of pure joy. Traditionally, one of the joyous observances during Sukkot is the Simchat Beit Hashoeivah (The celebration of water-drawing). Even the Talmud states that he who has not seen the water-drawing celebration has not seen joy in life. We, as believers in the Messiah (Yeshua), are blessed to experience this celebration on an ongoing basis as we trust in the Messiah and received the Ruach ha Kodesh (Holy Spirit):
37 “Now on the last day of the festival, Hoshana Rabbah, Yeshua stood and cried out, “If anyone is thirsty, let him keep coming to me and drinking!
38 Whoever puts his trust in me, as the Scripture says, rivers of living water will flow from his inmost being!”
39 (Now he said this about the Spirit, whom those who trusted in him were to receive later — the Spirit had not yet been given, because Yeshua had not yet been glorified.)”
Yochanan (John) 7: 37