Ezekiel is shown that the feasts and the animal sacrifices will be reestablished in the new Millennial temple. These sacrifices are not for the covering of sins but for a memorial for the Jews to remember the sacrifice of Jesus Christ much as we have been observing the Lord's Supper "in remembrance of Me".
There are 221 verses in the Bible with the words "no more".
The first mention is found in Genesis 9:15 " And I will remember my covenant, which is between me and you and every living creature of all flesh; and the waters shall no more become a flood to destroy all flesh."
The last mention is found in Revelation 22:3 " And there shall be no more curse: but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it; and his servants shall serve him:". We live in a day where it appears that everyone wants "more", but the child of God should be looking for the "no mores".
Paul asked the question commonly when one hears that salvation is 100% by grace (i.e., federal headship in Romans 5:17-20). The question: If my works play no part in my going to heaven, then why not live like the devil? Paul answered this question in Romans 6, with three unique explanations.
God commands us to remember. Also, He commands us to forget not. This Memorial Day, let's remember those who have given their lives for American freedom and important spiritual lessons God told us not to forget. We must learn to break the cycle of forgetting God in the good times.
This world is often perplexing, and full of issues. In Ecclesiastes 4 Solomon considers the problem of oppression, the problem of work, the problem of company, and the problem of remembrance. None has a real solution "under the sun," the only answer lies in looking to God and recognising we live in his world.