God's Holy Day Plan: The Promise of Hope for All Mankind

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Why does God want us to observe the Holy Days? The observance of these festivals reveals God's great plan for the future of mankind.

Should Christians keep the Holy Days?

The New Testament records Jesus Christ, the Apostles and the Church keeping the Holy Days.

Most of us have heard that Jesus Christ died for our sins, but what does that really mean? Why was His death necessary?

The Days of Unleavened Bread remind us that with God's help we must remove and avoid all types of sin in all areas of our life.

Pentecost serves as a reminder that God grants His Holy Spirit to the firstfruits of His spiritual harvest.

The Feast of Trumpets depicts the return of Jesus Christ to earth to establish the Kingdom of God.

The Day of Atonement involves not only the forgiveness of sin; it pictures the removal of the primary cause of sin, Satan.

God's plan for mankind involves restoration. The Feast of Tabernacles symbolizes the restoration process.

What does God have in mind for those who have never believed in Christ or understood any of God's truth? How does the Creator provide for them in His plan?

What is the fate of those who refuse to repent, submit to God and receive His gift of eternal life?

The feasts of the Lord, which you shall proclaim to be holy convocations, these are My feasts" (Leviticus 23:2). Here God Almighty says in Scripture that these are His feasts. Why are they important to Him? And why should they be important to every Christian?

How should you observe God's Holy Days?

What does Paul's comments in this passage confirm about Gentile Christians?

View the dates for God's Holy Days - Passover, Days of Unleavened Bread, Pentecost, Feast of Trumpets, Atonement, Feast of Tabernacles and the Eighth Day.

“The feasts of the LORD, which you shall proclaim to be holy convocations, these are My feasts” (Leviticus 23:2)