Again, one man thinks some days of more importance than others. Another man considers them all alike. Let every one be definite in his own convictions. If a man specially observes one particular day, he does so to God. The man who eats, eats to God, for he thanks God for the food. The man who fasts also does it to God, for he thanks God for the benefits of fasting. The truth is that we neither live nor die as self-contained units. At every turn life links us to God, and when we die we come face to face with him. In life or death we are in the hands of God. Christ lived and died that he might be the Lord in both life and death.
Why, then, criticise your brothers actions, why try to make him look small? We shall all be judged one day, not by each others standards or even our own, but by the standard of Christ. It is written: As I live, says the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall confess to God. It is to God alone that we have to answer for our actions.
Great! You're okay with me keeping the holy days of Jesus and advocating that others do the same....appreciate your Christianity!
Yes, they will have to confess who is the Master over them as God has always given us a choice and that choice began way back in the garden in the beginning. Obey Him or obey the false one. The bride of Messiah is the ones who submit to His authority over their lives before His return. The rest, those who love the falsehood, the lies of men, well they are left weeping and gnashing their teeth.
He is the potter, we are the clay and His Word was given to transform us into the likeness of His Son who is the likeness of Him.