How do God's Feast Days picture His awesome plan of salvation for all mankind? What are the three harvest seasons in which all the Holy Days are celebrated? What pivotal doctrines do each of the Holy Days teach? How important should these days of worship be to believers?
How does Jesus' sacrifice begin God's master plan for humanity? How was the passover kept in the Old Testament? What does the feast of unleavened bread commemorate? How was unleavened bread used in the worship of God? Why should the passover and days of unleavened bread be kept today?
Did Jesus eat a full meal at his last passover or just bread and water? What parts of the traditional jewish keeping of the passover did Jesus change? Did the new testament church keep the passover? Will Jesus keep the passover in the future?
How do we properly keep the day of Pentecost? Was the New Testament church started on this day? What are firstfruits? Why did the disciples have to tarry for ten days after Jesus ascended into heaven?
Why are trumpets blown on this day? What are the "days of awe" that occur after the feast day ends? How does this day memorialize creation? What does the Day of Trumpets teach about God's judgment day and the first resurrection? What are the ten trumpets of Revelation?
Why did God command a fast during the Day of Atonement? What does ATONEMENT mean? What was the mercy seat used on this holy day? Why is this the holiest day of the Jewish year? Who was and will be the real scapegoat symbolized on Atonement?
Why did ancient Israel live in booths during the Feast of Tabernacles? What did these booths symbolize? What is the year of release and its relation to the feast? What makes this holy day special? Did Jesus and the Apostle Paul keep this feast? Will the feast be kept in the future? Did Jesus keep the Last Great Day of the feast?