In other words, never again.
Going back a few centuries, we can discover that the first Thanksgiving in America, celebrated by the Pilgrims, was based on Sukkot, or Feast of Tabernacles. This seventh feast of the Bible can be likened to a Jewish Thanksgiving. Sukkot has always been a time of celebration after the last great harvest of the year (and has a future fulfillment of the last great harvest of the Earth).
Going back even further, we discover that Hanukkah was a celebration to re-dedicate the refurbished holy temple in 165 BC. It had been desecrated by the Syrian ruler Antiochus IV, who was then defeated by a small but feisty band of Jewish fighters known as the Maccabees.
What you may not know is that this particular celebration of Hanukkah in 165 BC was also based on Sukkot - in particular the Sukkot when Solomon dedicated the first temple in I Kings 8. They were having such a blast at that dedication that Solomon decided to add a second week to the festivities, and finally on the eighth day of the second week, he sent them home.
This year's "Thanksgivukkah" brings them all together again.
In this period we live in, between the previous second and future third temples, the Word tells us that we ARE the temple of the Holy Spirit.
Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your body." I Corinthians 6:19-20
(Thank you, Lord, for the opportunity to join Your kingdom!)