Tuesday, April 20, 2010

The Scriptures clearly support the seventh day Sabbath

Excerpt from email received:

My question to you now is what day do you go to church? If you don't mind sharing, by no means am I attacking, I just need scriptural feedback. Truthfully the argument over the day is getting so redundant it is beyond fathom...

Good morning,

There shouldn't be any argument or confusion over the Sabbath day, since both the Bible and history clearly prove the only biblical Sabbath is the seventh day Sabbath (Friday sunset to Saturday sunset).

Sunday is illegitimate and has been pimped by the Roman Catholic Cult and deviant daughters, misleading the masses, some blathering the lame excuse the Sabbath was "changed" due to the alleged authority of the RCC and others carelessly fall for the myth of a Sunday resurrection (The Resurrection Was Not on Easter Sunday!) - even though that is non-sequitor and a dangerous leap in human logic, especially since NOWHERE does the Bible change the Sabbath day from the seventh day to the first day (or any other day) of the week and the Bible actually warned about those who would think to "change the times and the seasons."

Most sheeple just keep Sunday, never having questioned it (Constantine or Christ?), blindly following tradition. Now God graciously brings these facts to light and commands such folks to examine their faith and repent of traditional error and let the plain truth of the Bible and history set them free.

Roman Catholic and Protestant Confessions about Sunday
The vast majority of Christian churches today teach the observance of Sunday, the first day of the week, as a time for rest and worship. Yet it is generally known and freely admitted that the early Christians observed the seventh day as the Sabbath. How did this change come about?

Remember the Sabbath

Which day is the Christian Sabbath?

Thank you for your question.

David Ben-Ariel