The Jews are His people, we are His children.
Now that's a BIG Jewish myth~those are the myth's that we should contend against, not so much particular days.
Romans 9:6-8~"Not as though the word of God hath taken none effect. For they are not all Israel, which are of Israel: Neither, because they are the seed of Abraham, are they all children: but, In Isaac shall thy seed be called. That is, They which are the children of the flesh, these are not the children of God: but the children of the promise are counted for the seed."
Sister, these are inspired words of God, believe them, and hold them fast, for this is God's truth concerning Israel after the flesh. Most of them have NEVER been of God, which is so evident from a multitudes of scriptures. You believe that, because men have said it over and over again, yet God has clearly witnessed to us concerning WHO are his children and who are not. The children of God are those PROMISED to God's Son in the everlasting covenant of grace, secured by God's will to show MERCY to Jesus' seed, based upon Jesus living as their Covenant head, fulfilling the law of God perfectly for them.....which alone
give them a right to life eternal in the world to come. We can argue of certain days, feast days, meats, drinks, and clothing, to no profit, yet we cannot disagree of God's covenant of grace to the seed of Jesus Christ, and still
be correct of the pure gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Jews are no more God's children than the Gentiles are, being considered as a people. God's children are the children of his promises which were freely given to them on the behalf of Jesus Christ, not because of a certain type of blood flowing through our veins.......that's a lie from Satan, and a terrible myth from the old serpent.
I really do not believe words could have been said clearer than the way Paul said them in his letter to the saints that were in Rome, in the scriptures above quoted. Are they not plain? Even to a point for one to disagree with them, they would be seen disagreeing with God, not man.