God's Feast Days for Israel are NOT for the Church.
Bible Code..."Yes, in Easter"
Many are unaware of the fact that God is not accepting Israel's observances of their festivals ( seven feasts ) at this time. According to Isaiah 1:1- 15 ( Go read ) God has not been, nor is He presently observing nor recognizing Israel's Sabbaths, new moons, calling of assemblies, festivals, appointed feasts, nor hearing their prayers. And the reason why is because Israel is in "national unbelief." Scripture is clear about this. It isn't until Israel has been redeemed and brought to salvation that God will then accept their offerings and festivals.
Malchi...3:2-4... “But who can endure the day of His coming? And who can stand when He appears? For He is like a refiner’s fire and like fullers’ soap. He will sit as a smelter and purifier of silver, and He will purify the sons of Levi and refine them like gold and silver, so that they may present to the Lord offerings in righteousness. Then the offering of Judah and Jerusalem will be pleasing to the Lord as in the days of old and as in former years."
The Rapture does NOT have to happen on a Jewish feast day. The seven feasts of the Lord were given to Israel ( not to the Church ) who was commanded by God to observe them. The church is never commanded to observe and keep the Jewish festivals. By the way, the Church was "all Jewish" on the day of Pentecost, and it wasnt' until a few years later that the Gentiles heard the gospel and came into the Church which was Jewish ( Acts. chapter 10- the house of Cornelius).
I don't know when or what day the Lord is coming for us? But if He has chosen to come on the day that Christians celebrate the resurrection of Christ ( Easter ), well then that's ok with me! And who knows, the truth is this, that the Lord could come for us yet even today? Anyway, I decided to do a Bible Code on Easter since there are some who believe that Christ could show up on that particular day? I find this Bible Code quite interesting!
Look below, or click on the attachment and view the whole page at once.
In Christ, Tom Gaston