Sabbaths and Holy days, and in that manner be a witness to the Torah of God, which Yeshua came to fill to the fullest (Magnify - Isaiah 42:21; Matthew 5:17-18).
From the description of the Jewish nucleus and its three-fold concentric rings making up the Kingdom of God, there is one things missing: the King Himself! The name of this exalted King is Immanuel, "God is with us." His throne is above the very center of the nucleus and from His throne the King sends out His ambassadors (apostles) on their Great Commission to the Gentiles to teach them the eternal rules of the Kingdom of God.
The name, Immanuel means "God is with us" in a present, ongoing, dynamic way. It follows then, that the three concentric rings have no static population, but are always in a state of flux, flowing inward and upward in preparation for a meeting with the King. In this inward and upward flow we find the Jew being reunited with his Creator together with the Ger Tzaddik. The Ger Toshav is moving inward toward the Jewish nucleus and the Goy Tzaddik is moving up to fill the place relinquished by the Ger Tzaddik is now being filled by people from all nations and kindreds and peoples and tongues as they enter the Kingdom of God. The dynamics of redemption continually exerts its pressures upon all unredeemed mankind until all who will be redeemed are finally part of this holy cell and united with God.
THE TEMPLE AS A PATTERN OF THE THREE RINGS
The Twelve Tribes, together with the mixed multitude, received the Torah at Mount Sinai and it is