The spring feasts.
Passover, Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, and Weeks.
The fall feasts.
Trumpets, The Day of Atonement, and Tabernacles.
Logically speaking, and trying to keep things simple, Jesus would have to fulfill these on the correct days, and in the correct orders. The 4 spring feasts should not even be in question. Jesus fulfilled these to the day at His 1st coming, the last being the day of Pentecost.
But these last 3 feasts are fall feasts, and they seem to imply gathering of the harvest, judgment, and finally celebration.
We know that Jesus already atoned for sins, but wouldn't that be what the day of judgment would be all about, Jesus literally atoning for them because you are judged and found not guilty?
No doubt, Jesus fulfills all 7 feasts, but to say it's all been fulfilled at His 1st coming is pretty much making things out of order, especially since the last trumpet(representing the trumpet feast) hasn't sounded yet, which would be the gathering of His elect(the fall harvest) unto Him for example. So how then could we also say the last 2 were fulfilled at His 1st coming, since this would put the feasts out of order?
In Zech 14 it speaks of the following.
Zechariah 14:16 And it shall come to pass, that every one that is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall even go up from year to year to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, and to keep the feast of tabernacles.
Many take this to mean that Christ already fulfilled the feast of tabernacles at His first coming. But if my logic above is correct, in regards to the fall feasts, then how can there be a celebration before the final harvest, before the last trumpet even sounds? It just seems strange to me that Jesus would literally fulfill the 1st 4 spring feasts to the letter, and in the correct order, but when it comes to the fall feasts, these wouldn't even be following the pattern at all?
What's my point in all this? If my logic overall is correct, and not just my logic, many others use the same logic, then this would make Zech 14 as yet future, thus agreeing with Rev 20 in regards to the 1000 yrs still being future as well.
If the above logic is not correct, then simply show why not. My argument is not that Christ doesn't fulfill all 7 feasts, my argument is when. It looks to me that He fulfilled the spring feasts at His 1st coming, and will fulfill the the fall feasts at His 2nd coming. Personally, I see nothing illogical about that conclusion. And notice in Zech 14 that it is only the last feast that is to be kept from year to year. And this makes perfect sense, since the first 4 spring feasts, and the last 2 fall feasts, Trumpets, The Day of Atonement, would have no reason to continue on year after year. But the celebrating, the feast of tabernacles would.