Feasts_color.png Feast Days - Are They Still Binding?

The question of the feast days is one that we get regularly asked about. We have found that many people within the Godhead community are wondering about them. Are the feast days binding on us today? Do we have to keep them? Are they ceremonial or moral?

On this page we share some resources and information that helps answer these and other related questions. You will find studies, testimonies, and articles from a variety of sources that will aid you in your study. As we have studied this subject we have found that there is no convincing evidence to require Christians to keep the feast days today. There is much that we can learn, though, from the feast days relating to prophecy & end time events. We share these resources as an aid to your study and an explanation of why we have come to our current conclusions. We pray you will be richly blessed as you study.


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Feasts - From a Former Believer

By: Corey McCain

Is Feast Keeping still a binding obligation on us today? This book answers this question in great detail. Coming from a former feast-keeper, this study is both thorough and conclusive. You will learn the reasons why God instituted the feast days and the beautiful greater reality we have in Christ today. (Read More)


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The Law & The Gospel
By: Imad Awde
In this book I share my revised understanding of Galatians, and how it affects the position of the law in my relationship with God. A clearer understanding of the letter to the Galatian church has internally set me free and I pray that it will do the same to the reader. Many subjects are examined in this book such as: The Old Covenant, The different dispensations, The Law in the New Covenant (Read More)


Feast Days & The Present Truth


Feast Days & The Present Truth

By: Nader Mansour

The history of our publishing work and its humble beginnings is of great interest and import. The great disappointment of 1844 left a scattered flock of Advent believers in many places. This flock needed encouragement, support, and meat in due season. It is with this background that the call to begin publishing and sharing the message of truth came from heaven. James and Ellen White often... (Read More)


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A Study into Colossians 2:14-17

By: Imad Awde

What did Paul mean when he said “Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days:”? What did he mean by the word “Sabbatwn”? And what does “handwriting of ordinances” really mean? (Read More)


The-New-Covenant.png Is The New Covenant Still Future?

By: Nader Mansour

One idea that I have heard repeated recently is that the New Covenant is still future. In other words, it is something that God is still going to do at some point in the future – it’s not here yet. The first time I heard this I was quite surprised... (Read More)


Sabbath_More_Fully.pngThe Sabbath More Fully

By: Nader Mansour

To some, the feast days are really appealing for they see in them a way to proclaim “the Sabbath more fully”. To bolster this claim they quote generously from Ellen White.Is the preaching of the feast Sabbaths indeed proclaiming the Sabbath more fully? (Read More)


man_bible_feasts.jpg Should We Keep The Feasts of the Old Testament Today?

By: Nader Mansour

A number of people today believe that we must keep the feasts of the Old Testament but they like to share this belief in a more appealing and inviting manner. They suggest that we should keep the feasts today if we want to be blessed...  (Read More)


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Ellen White & The Covenants

By: Nader Mansour

The question of the two covenants (the old and new) is one that is of great significance. An incorrect view of the covenants is guaranteed to lead to wrong conclusions in other areas of the Gospel. This subject, while apparently complex to many, is actually quite straightforward and simple. The difficulty arises from the multitude of opinions and views.  (Read More)


Passover_blood-on-the-door.jpgWhen Did Passover Begin?

By: Nader Mansour

The Jewish feast of Pesach, or Passover in English, is one of the best known of all the feasts. It is the first and primary feast upon which all the others were based. It is first mentioned in connection with the Exodus of the nation of Israel from Egypt. (Read More)


Pioneer Writings

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The Feasts, New moons And Sabbaths of the Hebrews

By: John N. Andrews

A brief survey of the Jewish festivals is necessary to the complete view of the subject before us.  Of these there were three feasts:  the passover, the Pentecost, and the feast of tabernacles; each new moon, that is, the first day of each month throughout the year; then there were seven annual sabbaths... (Read More)


The Cross & Its Shadow


The Cross and Its Shadow

By: Stephen N. Haskell

Drawing solely from Scripture, Stephen Haskell gives you a clear, concise understanding of how the Old Testament sanctuary and its services, the different offerings and feasts, capture the entire theme of the gospel and represent the work of Christ in our behalf today. (Read More)


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An Exposition of Colossians 2:14-17

By: Uriah Smith

Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or drink, or in respect of a holy-day, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days: which are a shadow of things to come; but the body is of Christ. (Read More)


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The Law and the Covenants

By: Ellen G. White

The distinction between the two systems is broad and clear. The ceremonial system was made up of symbols pointing to Christ, to His sacrifice and His priesthood. This ritual law, with its sacrifices and ordinances, was to be performed by the Hebrews until type met antitype in the death of Christ ... (Read More)


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The Annual Feasts

By: Ellen G. White

On the fourteenth day of the month, at even, the Passover was celebrated, its solemn, impressive ceremonies commemorating the deliverance from bondage in Egypt, and pointing forward to the sacrifice that should deliver from the bondage of sin. When the Saviour yielded up His life on Calvary, the significance of the Passover ceased, and the ordinance of the Lord's Supper was instituted as a memorial of the same event of which the Passover had been a type. (Read More)


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By: Ellen G. White

God's truth is the same in all ages, although differently developed to meet the wants of his people in various periods. Under the Old Testament dispensation, every important work was closely connected with the sanctuary. (Read More)


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