Yes. The Feasts of the Lord are a collective picture of God’s plan of redemption. The celebration of the Biblical Holidays are all strangely unfamiliar to many Christians nowadays but they were faithfully kept and honored by early Jew and Gentile followers of Messiah in the first century when Christianity was practiced in its purest form.
Please pray about joining the First Century Movement which, among other things, seeks to observe God’s ordained feasts instead of the pagan holidays that much of Christendom wrongly practices today.
– Luis Josephus
Jesus has already fulfilled 4 out of 7 feasts
Four were fulfilled at His first coming, and the last 3 will be fulfilled when He returns again.
1. Jesus was crucified on Passover as the holy and sinless Lamb of God
2. He was buried on the Feast of Unleavened Bread
3. He was raised from the dead on the Feast of Firstfruits, the firstborn from the dead
4. He sent the Holy Spirit on the Feast of Pentecost where 3000 souls were harvested in one day and the New Testament Church began
5. He will rapture believers – both dead and alive – on the Feast of Trumpets
6. He will sit on His throne in Jerusalem and judge the world on the Day of Atonement
7. He will establish His earthly kingdom on the Feast of Tabernacle where He shall rule and tabernacle with men forever.