Jesus was born under the Torah (Galatians 4:4).
Jesus came to fulfill the Torah (Matthew 5:17-20).
Jesus Sukkoth with mankind (John 1:14).
(It is Western Gentile Christians who have no clue about the Hebrew root of scripture and blinded the eyes of many from seeing foundational structure of the Bible.) --- for example, in discussing the 40 days after His resurrection, many so-called scholars 'never' mention the 'Feast of Shavuot'... because for 40 days Jesus prepared His followers with additional information to welcome 'Feast of Shavout' (49 days plus one), aka Pentecost.
This so-called New Covenant is the renewed Covenant uttered in Jeremiah 31:31-35. This covenant with the House of Israel, not Gentiles, but Gentiles coming in as graftee. Now the error in Gentile theology is that Christians have 'replaced Israel'. No, Israel has never been replaced, Israel blinded itself by deviating from Deuteronomy 4:2 (from tons of takanot and maasim of the Pharisees).
Check the Feasts of Yahweh in Leviticus 23... and you will find Jesus engineered all His major events in the seven feasts: Born in Sukkoth, Passover Lamb, Feast of Unleavened bread, First Fruit (resurrection) [first fruit offering: Matthew 27:52-53]
If you want resurrection on the good side, trust in Jesus Christ (Daniel 12:2-3; John 11:25).
[The spring feasts fulfilled; the Fall feasts will happen when Jesus returns].
Jesus was born during Sukkoth --- Yeshua (Yehoshua/Yahshua) will return as Massiach and establish Sukkoth as King of Kings. Crucified as King of the Jews... will return as King over all, and every knee shall bow to Him.