The Holy Days are Feasts of God, not the Jews
(Lev. 23:2, 4). They were commanded to be
observed forever (Lev. 23:31, 41).
But these days were ordained during the year
before the sacrifices were given to Israel
(Ex. 12 and 13). The Days of Unleavened Bread
are part of the identifying sign between
God and His people (Ex. 13:9). Jeremiah 7:21-23
also points out that when God began
instituting the Holy Days at the time He
brought Israel out of Egypt He did not
institute burnt offerings or
sacrifices. Therefore, the Holy Days do not
stand or fall with the sacrifices, but are
truly commanded forever.
Jesus observed the Passover and the Days of
Unleavened Bread (Luke 2:41-42) and the Feast
of Tabernacle and the Last Great Day (John 7:1-2, 14, 37).
The New Testament Church and the Apostles kept the Holy Days:
Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread Acts 12:3; 20:6; I Cor. 5:6-8
Pentecost Acts 2:1; 20:16; I Cor. 16:8
Day of Atonement Acts 18:21
Feast of Tabernacles Acts 18:21
Paul told the Colossians not to let anyone condemn them for
observing the Holy Days (Col. 2:16-17).
The Feast of Tabernacles will be observed during
the Millennium by everyone both Jew and
Gentile (Zech. 14:16). So all who would be in
Gods Kingdom had better learn to observe them now!