This week we are discussing the feasts of the Old Testament, which leads up to the popular question of whether or not Christians need to observe the feasts in light of Christ’s coming. I hope it proves helpful in some shape or form!


1. Introduction – 0:00 – 3:59
2. What are the Feasts? – 3:59 – 13:40
3. Jesus and the Feasts – 13:41 – 19:57
4. Jewish Identity and Keeping the Feasts – 19:58 – 25:22
5. The Substance is Christ and Application/Conclusion – 25:52 – 36:09

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Resources and further reading:

Butler, Trent C., Chad Brand, Charles Draper, and Archie England, eds. Holman Dictionary. Accordance electronic. Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary. Nashville: B&H Publishing Group, 2003.

Green, Joel B., Jeannine K. Brown, and Nicholas Perrin, eds. IVP-Jesus & Gospels 2. 2d; Accordance electronic ed. Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2013.

Wayne, Luke. “Must Christians Keep the Passover and Other Feast Days to Be Saved?” Text. Last modified July 15, 2017. Accessed December 15, 2020.…ast-days-to-be-saved.

“Are Christians Required to Observe the Feasts of the Old Testament? | Truth Or Tradition?,” August 5, 2013. Accessed December 15, 2020.…ld-testament.

“Is Celebrating Passover Mandatory for Gentiles?” Chosen People Ministries. Last modified April 3, 2020. Accessed December 15, 2020.…-for-gentiles/.

“Messianic Judaism – Is It OK for Gentiles to Celebrate the Jewish Feasts? | Jewish Voice.” Accessed December 15, 2020.…e-jewish-feasts.

“Should Gentiles Keep the Feasts of Israel?” Israel Today. Accessed December 15, 2020.…sts-of-israel/

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