No more pilgrimage

The Jewish people according to Torah had to appear in Jerusalem thrice a year: Festivals: Passover, Shavuot (The Feast of Weeks), and Sukkot (the Festival of Booths). (Deuteronomy 16:16) All Jewish people desire, aspire, and wish to visit the Temple of Jerusalem on these occasions year after year.
Passover: This is a celebration of the Exodus of the Jewish slaves from Egypt to become citizens of the Nation of Israel.
Shavuot: This is an agricultural celebration exactly seven weeks after Passover. It is also celebrated as the giving of the Torah.
Sukkot: This is a celebration of wandering in the desert for forty years, remembering God’s faithfulness, provision and protection. It is after five days of Yom Kippur.
Renewal: The pilgrimage helped the Jewish community to renew their covenant with God and build a nation of close-knit communities. This also helped the commercial enterprise of raising animals for sacrifices, a market for animals, banking, exchange of currencies, and lodging in Jerusalem. Now, without the Temple, the Jews make the pilgrimage and pray at the Western/Wailing Wall.
Holy Temple: For Jews, the Temple was the sacred place in the Holy City, where God was present. (Ezekiel 48:35) There is no other Holy place in the whole world. It is impossible for the Jews at that time to even perceive life without Temple, sacrifices, where God met His people, and pilgrimage.
Greater than Temple: Lord Jesus Himself the Temple. (John 2:13-22) Worship is not that happens in a geographical location or in social media, but in truth and spirit. (John 4:19-24) The Glory of Father indwelt in the Lord and is the only Way to the Father. (John 1:14; 14:6) Lord Jesus is the center of the church. (Colossians 1:18; Revelation 21: 21-23). Lord fulfilled all the Old Testament sacrificial requirements. (Matthew 5:17; Hebrews 9: 1-4) Lord Jesus is Greater than the Temple and all that it represents in the Old Testament.
Indwelling Presence: Lord comes in and dwells in those who receive Him, and they become the Temple of the Living God. (Revelation 3:20; I Corinthians 6:19-20)
Am I the Temple of the Holy Spirit?