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Sabbath IS Saturday!


Comment: I noticed something in one of your readings and I don’t think the scripture said he set aside the sabbath for the Jewish people. The Bible says six days shalt though labour and do all thy work. The Jews believe that Sunday is the first day of the week – which it what is shown on our everyday calendar. Therefore it would make sense that Saturday, the seventh day would be your day if rest. The Roman’s are who have us worshiping on a Sunday.

I agree. His-Storically Friday was the end of the week. ‘Jewish’ people are RIGHT! It was concerning that it was in ‘recent’ religion that “Sunday” was made the day of worship.
I am of the belief that Jesus made EVERY day, a day of worship:
https://www.gotquestions.org/pray-without-ceasing.html
It was determined that each day is a day of service, Anen.
His-Storically Jesus did not ‘limit’ His preaching to 6 days.
Mark 3:1-6, Luke 13:10-17,
https://bible.knowing-jesus.com/topics/Jesus-Healing-On-Sabbath
It is important to learn that EVERY day is a day of service to The Lord.

I am definitely a witness to this. Being in the Medical field Friday, Saturday and Sunday are considered equivalent in caring for patients (ie work time!) Just as Jesus pointed out. If a Man’s oxen fell into a pit on sabbath would he not rescue it?
So, in answer I KNOW that there are issues with the move of the Sabbath day!
Sunday was another work day in the Roman Empire. On March 7, 321, however, Roman Emperor Constantine I issued a civil decree making Sunday a day of rest from labor, stating: All judges and city people and the craftsmen shall rest upon the venerable day of the sun.
It is made clear that in God’s story (His-story) Saturday WAS and IS the Sabbath day.
Look/read this below. I know that it is a link, but research/study has been done by many before me. I humbly submit to their findings:
https://www.cgi.org/who-changed-the-sabbath-to-sunday

https://www.sabbathtruth.com/free-resources/happy-sabbath

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