The Reformed Church of Israel understands that our covenant God has established certain institutions and observances in perpetuity in the midst of His people. The fourth commandment itself sets forth Gods timeless command that the Sabbath be observed on the seventh day just as God Himself rested on the seventh day. Scripture makes it plain that Biblical Sabbath keeping is to be a mark of authentication upon the true Israel of God and that, in and of itself, such obedience will serve as a facilitator for vast and untold blessings from on high! In addition to the truth regarding the ongoing observance of Gods prescribed Sabbath, it is also very vital in the lives of the people of God that they recognize and observe the holy festivals of the divine calendar. Christmas, Easter, and assorted other contemporary holiday institutions are, in point of fact, actually pagan celebrations in their origin and original content. They are fraught with heathen trappings and to observe them necessitates that we violate the clear prohibitions of Jeremiah 10:10. The true Biblical holy days are heavy laden with symbolic content of an advanced doctrinal nature. To observe them with consistency and regularity opens the door for phenomenal blessings to be visited upon the committed Christian believer. The Reformed Church of Israel purposes to expound upon these themes of the obligatory nature and great significance of Sabbath and festival keeping in the midst of Gods Israel people.