I wasn’t going to get into this topic at all. I was going to let the day come and go while holding onto my faith in the One who loves me so much. A friend had texted me asking my opinion on the subject. I am just going to paste in what I wrote back with more added for clarity:
The temple veil has been torn and I believe that Jesus has fulfilled all of the Jewish feasts. Yet, we are living in the last three. You need to understand Jesus is timeless or lives outside of time. We have experienced Pentecost, we are living in the Rosh Hashanah otherwise known as the Days of Awe (the miraculous era of grace), Yom Kippur (full payment of sin) has been finished by the Lamb; yet the books of heaven are still open. We are living in a time of Sukkot as God, through His Holy Spirit, lives in us. The final or great Trump has not been sounded. The Hidden Day (Rosh Hashanah) is the day the doors of heaven stand open. Jesus ripped the veil in half at His death. His resurrection has allowed open heavens for all those who have faith in Him. We, in the New Covenant, are actually living in the era of the fall festivals. We are the latter rain. Whether or not God will also tie the return of His Son to Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur or another day is….well……one of the great mysteries. People getting in an uproar because of all the “signs”: earthquakes, solar eclipse, hurricanes need to look at the totality of history and natural disasters that have hit the earth since the fall. Yes, we need to know the times; this is the times. Yet, Jesus spoke very clearly about the bridesmaids and what they were to do.
We are simply to remain hopeful of His return and keep our faith, being the light and shining for others to also see the Light of the world so that others are also convinced, change their thinking and see Jesus for Who He is, the Son of God. Just as the five sensible bridesmaids were. Remember: ““But when that day and hour will come, no one knows — not the angels in heaven, not the Son, only the Father.” Mattityahu (Mat) 24:36 CJB