Question: What about all the Scriptures
dealing with the words, "the 1st day of the week?" Did this mean that
the first day of the week is to be the New Testament, commanded Sabbath?
The accepted first day of the week Sabbath,
got its beginning in the third century based on false teachers of the past accepting a false teaching
that Jesus Christ was resurrected on Sunday morning, which He was not. Three
days and 3 nights after Christ was put in the grave, which was late on a
Wednesday afternoon, will not come to a time of an early Sunday morning resurrection, but a Saturday afternoon.
But even if He was resurrected on Sunday morning, this does not change the
law regarding the 7th day Sabbath, nor does it do away with Christ's
4th commandment, regarding the keeping of the 7th Day Sabbath. Jesus Christ
says He is Lord of the 7th day Sabbath, and not man's and Satan's
created 1st day Sunday, Sabbath, Mark 2:27-28.
Question: Does the Scripture in Acts 20:7 change the 7th day Sabbath 4th
commandment to now remember the first day of the week as Christ's commandment for rest and to have
Answer: This verse 7 does not in any way change the Sabbath commandment from
the 7th day, Saturday Sabbath, to a 1st day, Sunday Sabbath. The verse reads -
"And upon the first of the week, when the disciples came together to
break bread, Paul preached unto them , ready to depart on the morrow; and
continued his speech until midnight." This breaking of bread
in Scripture is generally referred to, as in eating a meal, not partaking
of the Passover communion symbols. The context of this verse is about the
disciples coming together to eat a meal on a Saturday night after sunset,
after the Sabbath, which was the beginning of the first of the week, (day
is italicized and was added by the translators), and Paul preached and
continued to preach until midnight of that evening, which was the beginning of the first
day, which was late on a Saturday night, and then he continued
speaking until the break of day, verse 11. There is nothing in this verse
changing God's commandment from the 7th day Sabbath to a 1st day, Sunday,
Question: Does I Corinthians 16:1-2 change God's 7th Day Sabbath to a 1st day Sabbath?
Answer: If one will notice in these
verses, Paul is suggesting to the church, beginning with the first of
the week, (day is again italicized and so was added by the translators), they
were to go and work at gathering their food items, which takes much time
and work to get that job done and work that should not be done on the Sabbath.
They were to do this gathering in the first of the week so they would not
have to do all that work when Paul came by to take it to Jerusalem. This was
not talking about collecting of money and taking up money during a
Sunday morning church service. Paul would not have commanded work to be done
on the Sabbath because this first of the week was not a
Sabbath, but talking about any day of the first of the week. This is just another
case of today's Christianity adding to, and taking away from God's
law concerning God's commanded, 7th day Sabbath when they try to teach that
this Scripture teaches the first day of the week is now the Sabbath to be
observed. There is nothing in this Scripture that changes the 7th day Sabbath to a 1st day Sabbath.
Is Jesus Christ our Sabbath rest as some teach eliminating the need of keeping the 7th Day Sabbath commandment?
Question: Does Hebrews 4:1-11 teach that Jesus
is our Sabbath rest as some teach it does in today's Christianity, and that true Christians are
not required to keep the 4th commandment, " To remember to keep the Sabbath Day Holy?"
And so, as false teachers teach, today's Christians are not required
today to keep God's 4th commandment to rest on the 7th day from their labor
of the other six days.
Answer: How ridiculous and
twisted is the false teaching that professed Christians come up with
and use to justify their ongoing sin of not obeying God's 4th commandment!
God says in His Word that the natural, human, fleshly mind is hostile (hatefully rebellious) against
God and His law, and will not subject itself to it, Rom. 8:7.
4:1, which says, "Let us therefore fear, lest, a promise being left us of
entering into His rest, any of you should seem to come short of it."
This rest here is talking about the eternal rest from physical life and work
in the flesh, to a spiritual rest whereas the saint's bodies are changed to bodies of Spirit, which
takes place at the beginning of the one thousand year reign of Jesus Christ.
This takes place for God's saints after six thousand years of man's
rule and his rebellion against God, against His commandments, and against
His Sabbath commandment.
Today's society and government hates God's 10 commandments
so badly and wickedly that they are ripping them down from all government
and public buildings and schools, where they have been posted, to satisfy man's created laws
and constitution against God's laws. One can only imagine the wrath this is creating with the
Creator, Lord God, who has created all life, with His laws to govern the lives of a nation's citizens.
the ones that are the most responsible for this open rebellion against Gods' law are Christian professing ministers
who have for many, many years been rejecting God's 10 commandments as requirements
to obey in order to receive His Grace and Salvation. These false preachers
and pastors have been teaching for years and years that God's 10 commandments,
which includes the 4th commandment, are not important and valuable in society
in developing love to God and for one another, and are not life and death
important teachings, and so they teach that they are not required to be obeyed,
in order to be accepted for receiving salvation and for becoming a true Christian.
The message of the Lord in Hebrews 4 is about today's
believers , that they should fear unless they come up short of receiving eternal
rest because of their rebellion (against God and His Law) as instructed in
verses 2-11. Verse 2 speaks of faith that must be mixed with the Word of
God in order to enter the rest of God. Verses 3-5 speaks of God resting on
the 7th day Sabbath, and how believers today shall not enter God's rest if
they are unfaithful like the chosen people of God of the past, verse 6,
who did not enter God's rest (eternal life) because of unbelief, which is
rebellion. The Greek word for unbelief in this verse 6 means rebellion (Strong's.545)
against the Creator Lord God, and is disobedience, which is hostility against
and disobeying God's law, given to us in His ten commandments.
Verses 7-9 warns today's believers, "Today if you hear His (God's) voice and harden not your hearts, (Jews and Gentiles alike), Verse 9, there remains
a rest (a weekly 7th day rest to remind God's chosen sons of the 7ooo year rest of eternal
life) to the people of God ." Verse 10 says, "For he (a true Christian who is keeping God's weekly Sabbath Day for rest He created for each week), also has ceased
from his own physical works (of six days of labor) as God did from His (six days of creation work)" (verse
Here it is plain that God is commanding the 7th Day Sabbath to be
kept and obeyed, or one will come up short of the eternal rest with Jesus Christ. Verse
11 then encourages today's believers, "Let us labor therefore (obey God's instructions of the 4th commandment to work six days and rest the 7th day
to work out your salvation ) to enter into that rest, (rest of eternal life),
unless any man fall after the same example of unbelief, ( rebellion against
God)." If a believer in Jesus Christ does not obey this instruction and admonition
then, he will lose out on eternal life of God's promised rest for his people,
because of the same example of unbelief (unfaithfulness, disobedience) not
obeying the ten commandments of God, as it was with the people of God in
The 4th commandment commands not only to rest the 7th
day, but also to work the other six days of the week to take care of your
needs and to do one's other personal activity.
Nowhere in these verses does Jesus Christ tell
His people of today that they are not commanded to keep the 4th commandment, "to remember the Sabbath to keep it holy," because they have
accepted Him as their Savior, because He is now their rest and they don't need
to rest from their labors each week. This false teaching in today's Christianity
that Jesus Christ is our rest and that Christians now don't need a 7th day
rest from their labor, that they don't need this highly important and valuable
time to draw closer to Christ, and so they don't need to have to be obedient
to Christ's 4th commandment, is just another example of the confusion in
today's Christianity and their adding to and taking away from God's Word
and law. Each and all commandment transgressions by today's professed
Christians will have to reap the judgment for their prevailing sins that
is accepted in today's Christianity and its false grace.
People of the past were punished with
death for breaking God's 4th commandment, as it was with His other commandments, and the Lord God has not changed
in His judgment for this sin regarding the keeping of His 7th Day Sabbath!
Christ's end time Judgment is coming to this earth very soon, as everyone
should be able to see by the latest government's ruling against even
the posting of God's 10 commandments, the openly accepting all of the
sex perversion, pornography, dropping the laws against unlawful and perverted sex, and giving
permission to murder the young in the womb. This is all grievous sin coming
before God, and this evil, along with all of the other evil going on in all
the churches will cause His wrath to be unleased upon the earth soon.
All people and all professed Christians breaking God's Sabbath
will also be judged for this sin along with all of these other sins at that
time. The Lord Jesus Christ is not a respector of persons or a respector
of sins, as many believe, when it comes to His Judgment against people and
their sins. God's law and its penalty stands firm, unless their is
repentance and acceptance of Christ for the remission of those sins.
People in today's Christianity are so deceived
and will not study the Lord's Word to see that they surely have fallen into the trap
of many false teachers, who teach that keeping the Sabbath is a burden and grievous, and
even some false teachers go so far as to teach that anyone keeping the Lord's
4th commandment is committing sin, and that this sin is disobedience against God and
His commandments. This deception is Unbelievable! This is an
example how far down the road to judgment churches and it teachers have come,
but nevertheless this is taught, and it is the height and depth of
today's Christian deception and hostility against God, Jesus Christ and Their Law, Rom. 8:7!
They have made Jesus Christ a minister of sin, Eph. 2:17, by their preaching of iniquity.
Question: Does Romans 14 teach against
the keeping God's 7th Day Sabbath as a requirement of the Lord in being
accepted for His grace of forgiveness and salvation? Is there any reference
in Romans 14:1-23 that speaks about the commandments and law of God, and
especially about the 7th day Sabbath commandment as not being important
and thereby is not required to be kept? Does Romans 14:5-6 teach that believers
can honor, respect and keep holy any day of the week, and that this
replaces the keeping of God's 7th day Sabbath in their life? Do these verses
in any way do away with God's 4th commandment, to remember God's 7th Day
Sabbath, and introduces a new commandment that permits you to remember and
keep holy any day that you so choose as a rest day and by this, makes obsolete
the keeping of God's commanded 7th day Sabbath as many false teachers of
today's Christianity teach?
Answer: The answer to all of these questions is an astounding NO!
context and understanding of Romans 14, beginning with verse 1, is about one
saint or brother judging a weak brother in the faith. Weak in the faith means,
weak in understanding God's Word and laws, and what are personal
choices and freedoms regarding our faith, and what is not the law. This chapter speaks about brethren judging
brethren in their no law commanding choices and was not judging pertaining to God's law. It
is not the law of God that you must eat only meat or only vegetables
or both. It is not God's law that says a brethren cannot choose
a day or days of the week to give himself to fasting or the study of God's
Word. These verses in no way discuss the Sabbath of God as to its requirement
This is the situation in verses 1-7 of Romans 14, with one brother
who is weak and eats only vegetables and will not eat meats because of believing
they may have been used in idol worship of the false churches, so he doesn't
buy and eat any meat of any kind thinking those meats may have been used
in idol worship. Another brother understands what Paul taught in understanding
in I Corinthians 8:4-13, that a person is not being defiled when eating meat
sold at a meat market that has been sacrificed to an idol god, which is really
no god. This worship of a false God being used with animal meat in sacrifice to an idol did not defile
the meat, but the weak brethren did not understand this. So, a brother having this knowledge and understanding about the
meat sold to the public that it was not defiled and it was not a sin to eat
However, this brother was to be extremely careful about
eating this meat in the presence of a weak brother, who had not been
convinced of this understanding about meat and might cause him to defile
his weak conscience, the guardian of his mind, because what is not of faith is
sin. However, faith must be built on the Word and law of God. God's law
given in His commandments must be written in one's heart and mind to build
a strong faith, not a weak faith, that will direct a person's steps and
behavior in a sound and godly manner.
This is the question that is presented by many in today's
false Christianity, who try and want to feel justified in their keeping of the 1st
day, Sunday, as the Sabbath, and so they will not feel guilty of sin, by not keeping God's commanded, 7th Day Sabbath.
Verses 5 and 6 of Romans 14 is again about personal
choices of what a brother does in his life as far as esteeming a certain
day of the week above others as valuable to him in serving God as in fasting
and prayer for a day for additional study of God's Word. These verses do
not in any way do away with God's 4th commandment, "to always remember His 7th Day Sabbath to keep it
holy." Church brothers that regard or esteem additional time, or
another day of the week for giving additional time in his life, in addition
to the commanded Sabbath to give God thanks and honor is not to be judged
by a brother. Verse 13 says, "Let us not therefore judge one another anymore (about optional areas of one's life to draw closer to God): but judge
this rather, that no man put a stumbling block or an occasion to fall in
his brother's way."
God and Jesus Christ do not want any brother
to take these verses and teach that they mean a brother in the faith has
no obligation and command to keep God's ten commandments,
but can decide in his life how he is to live his life in regard to personal
choices and what is the law of God. If a brother does not teach this, then
this would be putting a stumbling block in the path of a brother and
would cause him to fall. Many church leaders seem to greatly desire to rule
over people in their personal choices and freedoms that they have in their
life, rather than teach them what is the law of God that God commands to
be kept and is a sin when it is transgressed.
Acts 15:20 do away with God's commandments and especially the 7th day, Sabbath
commandment? Some try to use this Scripture to say that this verse gives
only the laws of God that gentiles are to keep! Is this true?
Answer: In Acts 15:19-21 James got up and gave
his conclusion of the matter dealing with the gentiles and the law as far
as being saved. James said in verses 19-21, "Wherefore my sentence
is, that we trouble not them, which from among the Gentiles are turned to
God: v.20 But that we write unto them that they abstain from pollutions of
idols, and from fornication, and from things strangled, and from blood. V.21
For Moses of old time has in every city them that preach him (Moses representing God's law), being read
in the synagogues every Sabbath day."
Was James telling the disciples of the gentiles that
they now were not required to keep any law of the 10 commandments except the
four mentioned above, and that they now could murder, bear false
witness, steal, covet, dishonor parents, take God's name in vain , make a
graven image of God, and not have to remember the 7th day Sabbath
to keep it Holy? No, absolutely not! James was telling the
new gentile Christians that they were to be especially aware, not to
engage in the accepted gentile customs associated with their past temple
idol worship. This was about them accepting unclean things dealing with the
gentile idols, such as fornication, and eating animal meat that had been
strangled, and the drinking of blood. These were particular sins associated
with the gentiles and their idol worship, sins that were accepted as part
of their religious exercise of worship. Then James says for the other
commandments and laws that they were able to hear and learn about them from
Scripture as it was read in the synagogues from the books of Moses
every Sabbath Day. Why meet and listen to law being read on the Sabbath day
if the Sabbath and the other 9 commandments has been done away and they were
laws that they were not to keep?
In verse 10 the Scripture says "Now therefore
why tempt you God to put a yoke upon the neck of the disciples, which neither
our fathers nor we were able to bear?" What
does this verse mean? It means that the fathers and the apostles were not
able to bear, live up to the law given in commandments in order to be saved
by the law, because the law can not save, even the animal sacrifices could
not save or forgive one's sins. It takes faith in Jesus Christ and His Sacrifice
to cover and forgive one's sins. The law cannot forgive a person's sins,
only Christ can, but Jesus Christ demands and commands obedience to His 10
commandments which includes the Sabbath commandment, in order to be accepted
by Him for forgiveness and salvation.
Question: Does Colossians 2:16-17 teach that the keeping of the Sabbath and
the Holy Days and the new moon are not required of today's Christians?
Answer: First, these verses tell all Christians in verses 16-17
"Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect
of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the Sabbath: Which are a shadow
of things to come: but the body of Christ." These verses are
about the importance of God's Holy day plan, picturing the salvation steps
to conversion and eternal life. They are a shadow of important events to
take place, now and later. The meat and drink symbolizing Christ's death and Passover, was
used by Christ as a shadow, looking to the future when Jesus Christ
will come back and drink the fruit of the vine, (wine), anew with His true
disciples in God's Kingdom, Mat. 22:29. The spring feast holy days pictured
conversion for His disciples to become Christ's first fruits at the coming
resurrection when Christ returns to this earth.
All of society or any religion were not to judge
any true Christian believer in meat and drink, which pertained to the partaking
of the flesh-meat and blood of Christ, represented by the symbols of bread and wine,
all representing Christ's suffering and His death; or to judge them in respect of
an holyday, which were God's Holy days in the spring that followed Christ's Passover;
or judge them of the new moon, this new moon began God's fall Holy Day season containing
4 Holy days; or to judge them in respect of the Sabbath, which was God's commanded weekly Holy day
and Sabbath. No person should judge a true believer in Jesus Christ who has
respect (high regard for or esteem), putting eternal value on observing God's commanded spring
holydays, or keeping His commanded 7th day Sabbath, or keeping the new moon, which begins the fall, holyday season.
These verses teach "that no man was to judge the gentiles or any of the true saints
in their keeping of these events and days, but, v.17, the body of Christ
" . Only the body of Christ was to judge and teach them about these events
of when and how these special days were to be kept. The word (is) is italicized
in this verse 17 meaning, it was added by uninspired translators and so because
of their lack of true understanding of these verses tried to make these
verses clear, they instead perverted the understanding of these verses
by adding the word is. Today many teachers likewise uninspired, do not
understand these verses either, and so go about teaching much error
about God's Sabbath and Holy days, which will be to their own judgment.
Question: Where in the New Testament
does Jesus Christ or His Apostles teach that the 7th day Sabbath is the day to be honored
and remembered to be kept Holy?
Answer: The answer to this question has already
been answered with the above questions and answers. There are a number of
Scriptures proving that the 7th day Sabbath is the day that Christians are
to honor and to observe and is the day of the week that Jesus Christ
and the apostles both remembered to keep holy. One such Scripture is found
in Col. 2:16 -17. This is a Scripture that many use to try to teach
against the 7th day Sabbath, but the truth of the matter is, this Scripture
teaches the 7th day Sabbath should be remembered, observed, and honored.
Notice what Col. 2:16-17 says: "Let no man therefore judge
you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon,
or of the Sabbath." The word days at the end of this verse,
as it is in the King James translation, has been italicized, showing
it has been added by the translators and should be left out of the verse,
as it was not in the original Scripture. Notice that no man or church was to judge a true Christian in his keeping of the Sabbath which is God's Sabbath.
Scripture is clear what day was created holy to be man's Sabbath and
the only day that Christians are to keep, that being the 7th day of the week.
Then in verse 17 which is a continuation of the sentence of verse 16
continues with - "which are a shadow of things to come but the body of Christ" The italicized word (is) has been added by the translators
and was not part of the original writing of Paul and corrupts the true meaning so the verse should be read without
it, because it takes away from the meaning of the verse, as it was meant to be understood.
First, these verses say and teach plainly
to not let any man of society, or of any religion judge you
(a true Christian believer) in meat and drink (the partaking of the commanded
Passover) pertaining to the eating of meat, the flesh of Christ's body and
drink, the drinking of the blood of Christ, the symbols of His suffering
and death. Many of his disciples got offended over this command of Christ, John 6:55-57,
66,69, because of their lack of understanding. This was a command that many of His early disciples would not accept
and left Christ and His ministry.
Eating of Christ's body and drinking His blood,
symbolized by wine and unleavened bread, were meant to be symbolic
of Christ's suffering for man's sins, and His death through His shed blood
as the substitutionary punishment and death for man. This verse
continues with, "nor let anybody judge them in respect of an holyday,
or of the new moon, or of the Sabbath." In plain words, No person should judge
a true believer in Jesus Christ who has respect (high regard for or esteem
), in keeping and putting value upon God's commandment to keep His commanded holy days, or His commanded 7th
day Sabbath, or the new moon - God's time and season for the fall Holy days, that identifies
when those fall Holy days are to begin, to be kept and observed.
These verses teach that no man was to judge the true saints
in their keeping of these days, but the body of Christ. Only the true church,
the true body of Jesus Christ were to judge if they were keeping and remembering
these days in a proper manner and proper season to keep them Holy.
Paul is here speaking to believers or church members in the gentile church
at Colosse. These gentile church members understood they were commanded to keep God's law given to
Moses, and this included the weekly Sabbath and the annual Holy Days.
Paul was telling this church of Colosse to pay no attention
to their judging neighbors who were also gentiles, or any religious people
who were judging them by criticizing them for keeping God's Sabbath and Holy
Days and the taking of the Passover symbols of wine and the bread.
So when one reads this verse in its context and what it is actually saying,
it is saying to all Christians then and today, to not let any man judge you
in regard to keeping God's commanded 7th Day Sabbath, His Holy days , and
the Passover. Only the true Church of God, the true body of Jesus Christ
was to judge them in instructing them how and when they should be keeping
theses days as they should be kept and as God has commanded. So, the truth is: this is a clear
Scripture about the keeping of God's 7th day Sabbath. No preacher or pastor of today's accepted Christianity teaches it this
way, because they do not have God's Holy Spirit to help them understand this
Scripture's true meaning.
Also, understand another place in the New Testament Scriptures
commanding the keeping of the 7th day rest which is God's Sabbath, is in Hebrews
4:1, which says, "Let us therefore fear, lest, a promise
being left us of entering into His rest, any of you should seem to come short
of it." This rest here is talking about the eternal rest from
physical life in the flesh, which rest takes place during the one thousand
year reign of Jesus Christ. After six thousand years of man's rule and his
rebellion against God, and with all of his sins, through man's following his own commandments
and standards and with all of its hardships, trials and curses, and which are the results
from man breaking God's ten commandments, comes a 1000 years of rest for
The message of the Lord in Hebrews 4 continues and warns today's
believers, that they should fear unless they come up short of receiving that
eternal rest of living forever as is explained in verses 2-11. Verse
2 speaks of faith that must be mixed with the Word of God in order to enter
the rest of God. Here in Verses 3-5 the Scripture warns all that God rested on the 7th day Sabbath and
how believers today shall not enter God's rest if they are unfaithful like
the chosen people of God of the past, verse 6, who did not enter God's rest
(eternal life) because of unbelief, which means rebellion to God's commandments,
all of them. Part of their rebellion was not keeping God's 7th Day Sabbath.
The Greek word for unbelief in this verse 7 means rebellion (5.545) or disobedience,
which is disobeying God's law, given to us in His ten commandments. Verses
7-9 warns today's believers, that if they hear His (God's) voice (be obedient) and harden not
your hearts, then there remains a rest (a weekly 7th day for rest to remind
them of God's 7000 year rest of eternal life) provided for the people of
Verse 10 says, "As a believer enters into His rest (keeping God's Sabbath
Day for rest of each week), ceased from his own (physical) works as God did
from His work " and compare this with verse 4. Verse 11 then encourages today's believers to
labor (work at becoming obedient at working out your salvation) unless any believer will fall, lose out on
eternal life, which is God's promised rest for his people, because of the same example
of unbelief (unfaithfulness, disobedience) not obeying the ten commandments
of God as it was of the people in the past. Many today are willingly ignorant
of what the Bible actually says to what God commands, but they will nevertheless have to pay for it with their life.
Other Scriptures in the New Testament giving us
proof and facts about the Sabbath, is found in the Gospel messages, where Jesus Christ is referring
to himself as being the Lord of the Sabbath. He is and has supreme authority
over this day as the Lord of that day. Mat. 12:8, Mark 2:27-28, and Luke
6:5, "- the Son of man is Lord also of the Sabbath"
Paul says in 13:42 "And when the Jews were gone out
of the synagogue, the Gentiles besought that these words might be preached
to them the next Sabbath."
Why the 7th day Sabbath if the 1st day was the new rest day? No mention of a 1st day here.
Jesus Christ giving a prophecy for the last days just before the great tribulation begins says in Mat. 24:20 "but pray you that your flight be not in the winter neither on the Sabbath day."
Notice Christ did not say the 1st day of the week, but the Sabbath day,
which is the 7th day of the week. This is a prophecy for the last days
of man, so why would Christ warn about fleeing on the Sabbath instead of the
1st day of the week, if the Sabbath 7th day was to be changed to a 1st day rest day after His death?
These are questions about the Sabbath with Scriptural answers from the New Testament showing
that the 7th Day Sabbath is the Sabbath rest that every true Christian should be keeping if they expect
to enter into the eternal 1000 year rest with God, the Father, and to be accepted for Christ's Grace and salvation.
Breaking, and profaning, and forgetting
God's 7th day Sabbath first began after Christ's death in the 3rd
century about 1700 years ago, and has continued to this day, with worldwide
transgression and acceptance, and as all being of grace, a perverted
grace that gives church people license to sin. This is all a part
of the incremental doing away with all of God's 10 commandments that began
many years ago. It is all part of Satan's deceiving the whole world,
Rev. 12:9, that has produced a "faith only salvation" which is a false salvation,
and has perverted the true gospel that is all based on a perverted grace.
All of this great deception has continued to this day, and began with
substituting and accepting the first day of the week, Sunday, as man's
new Christian Sabbath to replace God's commanded 7th day Sabbath, which causes people
to begin to compromise God's 10 commandments. This began to let a little
bit of leaven to enter into the church, and today sin has completely leavened
all of the churches.
Don't waste and neglect all the opportunities you have
each week by trampling all over God's loving gift that He created and has
given to man and that is his 7th Day Holy Sabbath! Why recognize God's created
6 work days of His created week, and neglect to recognize and not remember
to keep holy His sacred 7th day of rest, He calls the Sabbath?
"If you will turn away your foot from the Sabbath,
from doing your pleasure on my holy day; and call the Sabbath a delight,
the holy of the Lord, honorable; and shall honor him, not doing your own
ways, nor finding you own pleasure, nor speaking you own words; Then shall
you delight yourself in the Lord; and I will cause you to ride upon the high
places of the earth, and feed you with the heritage of Jacob your father:
for the mouth of the Lord has spoken it," - Isa. 58:13-14.
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