The Lord’s Sabbath Day: Who Moved It From The 7th to the 1st Day of the Week?
The Sabbath day does not belong to the Jews. It belongs to the Lord. Jesus said that He is Lord of the Sabbath (Mark 2:27-28) and that His law will last until heaven and earth passes away (Matthew 5:17-20). The prophet Daniel revealed that there would come a system that would “think to change the times and laws” of God. Rome is that system and the Roman Catholic Church is responsible for deceiving the world into thinking God’s Holy Sabbath has been changed from the 7th day to the 1st day of the week.
Teacher: Brother Buie
Church: The Israel of God
The Sabbath Day
The Sabbath Day, Who Gave It and Who Tried to Change It…?
Teacher: Brother Daniel
Church: The House of Jacob
The Sabbath: The 7th Day (Saturday), Not Sunday Or By The Moon
Beginning in Genesis the 2nd Chapter, the 7th day was Sanctified and made Holy by God. This has not changed, as man cannot change that which God has made holy. There is no Christian Sabbath and Jewish Sabbath. Neither is it observed according to the moon. The Lords Sabbath is the Holy 7th Day.
Teacher: Brother Elijah
Church: Israel, The Church of Jesus
The Seventh Day Sabbath and the Pagan Origin of Sunday Worship
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Who Changed the Sabbath to Sunday?
Many are asking what day is the Sabbath or who changed the Sabbath. How often do you hear that the Sabbath was changed to Sunday based upon Acts 20:7 despite what history reveals? You are about to discover beyond all doubt that this meeting was not even on Sunday and that breaking bread was not communion here. You may also hear some say that Constantine was not responsible for the change of the Sabbath to Sunday. This is also incorrect as the final change did in fact begin with his first Sunday law. Read on for the rest of the real story that the proponents do not want you to hear.
Sunday is NOT the Sabbath!
This article is intended for those who may think that Sunday is the seventh day, or sabbath day, that the Bible designates to be set aside for the worship of God. It is quite surprising how many people actually think this. They generally assume that since Saturday and Sunday are the “weekend”, that Monday must be the first day of the week because it is their first work day of the week.
How to Keep the Sabbath
Instead of involving ourselves in what pleases us, the Sabbath is to be a day devoted to what pleases God.