Saturday (the seventh day) is still suppose to be the Sabbath.
According to history Constantine tried to change Sabbath to Sunday so the Christians can worship with the pagans in honor of Sun Worship in 321. Constantine’s change was accepted by the Papal Church and as the Papacy grew in power, it opposed Sabbath observance in favor of Sunday sacredness and made the day change official in the Council of Laodicea in 336.
People give the reason that they honor Sunday now as the Sabbath instead of Saturday because Christ rose on Sunday. God NEVER said to do this.
People also interpret scripture incorrectly, they think the apostles kept Sunday as the Sabbath but they didn’t….
In Acts it mentions people had gotten together one Sunday with Paul to pray and worship. However, it didn’t say anything about the Sabbath being changed. They just gathered together because Paul was leaving the following day.
In Corinthians where it said to lay some money aside on the first day of the week, has nothing to do with tithing. If you read the entire section and in Romans it says why they did this…Paul wanted everything to be collected already before he showed up, so he wouldn’t have to wait for them to do it while he was there. The collection went to those in Jerusalem because there was a financial need at the time, we know they supported a large number of widows (Acts 6:1-6) and were in the midst of famine (Acts 11:27-30).
Another scripture that has been misinterpreted is in Colossians – So let no one judge you in food or in drink, or regarding a festival or a new moon or sabbaths, which are a shadow of things to come, but the substance is of Christ… but what they don’t understand is that there are TWO sabbaths. One is the weekly Sabbath that God sanctified and made holy AT CREATION (Genesis 2:3 And God blessed the seventh day and made it holy) before there were even any Jews, which was just repeated in the 10 commandments. The other are ceremonial annual sabbaths (Feast of Unleavened Bread, Feast of Weeks, Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, Feast of Tabernacles). The ceremonial laws were done away with when Christ died, not God’s Holy laws.
Saturday, not Sunday is the Sabbath. God never changed it. He said remember the Seventh Day Sabbath and keep it holy. We should obey God, and not follow after the traditions of men.
time is mans creation. We created the calender. For all all of us be attentive to, in basic terms going by utilising the earths rotation God grew to become the lighting fixtures on at 5am on a tuesday making monday the sabbath. I continually figured SUNday became the day the sunlight got here to be yet we gained’t ever be attentive to. God didnt create the calender or the clock, ever be conscious those greater hours we ignore approximately each year? In a mode everytime we have fun a bounce year we push the sabbath back that day we upload on. i think of we would desire to continually pass with Saturdays. It feels so incorrect to artwork on a Saturday. Offhandedly, be attentive to ways many human beings pass domicile after church on a Sunday and do yardWORK. not too many human beings easily repsect the sabbath.
Saturday being the 7th day is subjective. It’s called the week’end’ not the weekend and the first day of next week.
Calendars turned Sunday in to the first day of the week, not religion. A lot of religions do their celebratory snack making on saturday anyway.
Me, I like sunday being my last day of rest. No birthday parties or events. No work. No nothin’ but chillin’ with my family at home. Monday is the first day of my week, and it’s a pain in the butt.
The sabbath day of rest is a condition of the old covenant between God and Israel. Christians are not a party to that covenant.
“Mass” is a Catholic institution. Not all Christians participate in a mass.
Christians celebrate the Sabbath on the sunday as that was the day of the Resurrection of our Lord
Because they go to church on “The Lords Day” (Sunday) not on the Sabbath (Saturday).
I thought that Sunday was the 7th day? the WEEK begins on Monday and the WEEK-end is on Saturday and Sunday; Sunday is considered a week-end day and Monday is the beginning of a new week.
The Roman Catholic Church claims they have the authority to change God’s laws on earth. They changed the day of worship from Saturday to Sunday and this is well documented. Protestants who worship on Sunday are unwittingly paying homage to this claimed authority of the Catholic Church.
Christians don’t have mass on Sunday. Catholics do.
Catholics have Mass every day.