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Can we really tell which day is the 7th Day? If I keep Sunday, what's wrong with that?

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Not just the sabath to Worship,But Worship & Praise The Lord Every Day that you live. Just dont forsake the assembly of yourselves
form The House Of God.
---Lawrence on 4/21/08

Lee, what does the not touching the ark have to do with the clear distinction (you can't gloss over) between the Mosiac Law & the 10 Commandment Law? There was not only a fear but a specific, divine restriction from touching the ark. Hebrews 8:13 even broadens the gap (which you wish to ignore) between them.
---Geoff on 8/2/07

Also in the Ark was the Aaron's rod or staff, that budded. God made it bear buds,blossoms, and almonds attesting to the authority of the Aaronic priesthood.

But was Ellen White given a rod to depict her credentials? Nay, as we read she only got a rock in the face.

Adventists follow the beliefs of a brain injured woman making her writings as authoritative.
---lee on 7/31/07

While the actual plates of the 10 commandments were placed in the Ark of the Covenant, there was a fear among the Jews to even touch the Ark or look into it.

But what was written on the plates was also written in the books of Moses - Exodus & Deuteronomy.

In any case, the ten commandments as well as whatever else was written were considered to be Mosaic legislation and consituted what we view as the Old Covenant law which became obsolete & passed away. (Hebr. 8:13)
---lee on 7/30/07

Sheila said "the way you talk... the ONLY Cs written on our hearts are the 10Cs

Mt 5:34 = Ex 20:7, 16 (swearing falsely)

As for categorizing other scriptures like Mt 5:44, notice the 1st 4 Cs cover love for God-Ex 20:1-11, and the last 6, love for neighbor-v12-17

And he answering said, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind, and thy neighbour as thyself. Lk 10:27, Mk 12:30-31, Mt 22:36-40
---Geoff on 7/30/07

Geoff -Jana has said *Bible review proved that the O/C was the LOM recorded in Book of Covenant/Bk of the Law* which is same as saying the Moses Book of the Law is the same as the Book of the Covenant.

TS said *Moses Book of the Law contained both 10 Commandments and Ordinances.* which is the same as saying the Book of the Covenant had the 10C's.So 10C's are of old cov.

---Sheila on 7/3/07

Geoff-(part2)The way you talk, you must believe that in the new cov, the ONLY commandments written on our hearts are the 10C's. Do you categorize the C about oaths somewhere in the 10C's(Mt5:34)?

Mat 5:44 *But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you;*

If you say there's just 10C's,how do you go about categorizing these other C's as the 10C's?
---Sheila on 7/3/07

Sheila, this may be new to you, but it's worth repeating. The 10 (EXACTLY TEN-Ex 34:28, Dt 5:22) Commandments were written by God on tables of stone and placed INSIDE the ark-Dt 10:2, while the ceremonial law was in the SIDE 31:26.
---Geoff on 7/2/07

Jana-*Bcos we have this hope, we r very bold.*

No you're not.You've gone to great lengths to ignore questions:

1.change topic
2.say unsubstantiated false accusations
3.fall silent
4.make up an excuse

You AREN'T ready to answer ALL questions to explain your hope(1Pe.3:15).It's evidence that your hope is false.
---Sheila on 7/2/07

2Cor3:7-9..the law was carved in letters on stone tablets, n God's Glory apeared when it was given. Even tho the brightness on Moses' face was fading, it was so strong that the people of Israel could not keep their eyes fixed on him. If the Law, which brings death when it is in force, came with such glory, how much greater is the glory that belongs 2the activity of the Spirit. The system which brings condemnation was glorious, how much more glorious is the activity which brings salvation....a)
---jana on 7/2/07

...b)2Cor3:10-We may say that becos of the far brighter glory now,the glory that was so bright in the past is gone..4if there was glory in that which lasted 4 a while, how much more glory is there in that which lasts 4ever. Bcos we have this hope, we r very bold. Wer not like Moses, who had 2put a veil over his face so the people of Israel would'nt see the brightness fade n disappear. Their minds, indeed, were closed, n 2this very day their minds r covered with/same veil as they read/books of the O/C.
---jana on 7/2/07

2Cor3:18 All of us, then, reflect the glory of the Lord with uncovered faces, and that same glory, coming from the Lord, who is the Spirit, transforms us into his likeness in an ever greater degree of glory. The Ten Commandment Laws of God are not the Ministration of death as u so say Lee..
---jana on 7/2/07

Goeff - *The 10 Commandments are NOT "the ministration of death"-2 Cor 3:7. That's the OC requiring animal sacrifice.*

Sorry but if you read 2 Cor. 3:7 you would see that the ministration of death was written on stone - and the only thing written on stone was the 10 commandments. The law governing animal sacrifices is found only the writings of Moses as directed by God.

---lee on 7/1/07

Goeff - *Mind you now, the NC also required death-the Lamb of God (Jn 1:29, Rev 13:8) & self (Gal 2:20)*

- and to the law as well.

Ro 7:4 Likewise, my brothers, you also have died to the law through the body of Christ, so that you may belong to another, to him who has been raised from the dead, in order that we may bear fruit for God.
---lee on 7/1/07

Geoff-The 10C's were ALSO written in the Book of the Covenant. That would make them part of that covenant.
---Sheila on 6/30/07

Lee said "I would never attempt to justify lawlessness." But that's exactly what you do trying to obsolete the 10 Cs just to discard the 4th C (re: Sabbath). Next to "obsolete," you cite Heb 13:8
Jesus Christ the SAME yesterday, & to day, & for ever

As for Ex 34:28; the 10 Commandments are NOT the Covenant

And the LORD said unto Moses, Write thou these words: for after the tenor of these words I have made a Covenant with thee & with Israel
---Geoff on 6/29/07

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Lee, I think you meant Dt 4:13.
And He declared unto you His Covenant, which He commanded you to perform, even Ten Commandments; & He wrote them upon 2 tables of stone

It was the 10 Commandments, NOT the Covenant that was written on stone. I see your confusion. See if v14 helps.

The 10 Commandments are NOT "the ministration of death"-2 Cor 3:7. That's the OC requiring animal sacrifice. Mind you now, the NC also required death-the Lamb of God (Jn 1:29, Rev 13:8) & self (Gal 2:20)
---Geoff on 6/29/07

Geoff - I would never attempt to justify lawlessness by any verse in Scripture. But I would disagree with your contention that one is considered lawless if not in compliance with laws considered obsolete or not applicable to the church.

All you really have in the Sabbath commandment is a law from a covenant declared to be obsolete (Hebrews 13:8). And from Ex. 34:28, & Deut. 4:3, the old covenant is the Ten Commandments - the ministry of death written on stone that was done away with (2 Cor. 3:7).
---lee on 6/28/07

Lee, there's a lot in them there little dots. The very text (Ro 3:20) you use to justify lawlessness goes on to say "by the law is the knowledge of sin." So your attempt to remove sin by amnesia is futile.

James 2:24
Ye see then how that by works a man is justified, and not by faith only.

That's the kind of faith that works!

Now, has your heart been circumcised?
---Geoff on 6/28/07

Geoff - Sorry but Scripture holds that circumcision of the heart is an act of God not obtainable by obeying obsolete laws that were given to the Jews alone.

Again, Romans 2:25 simply states, in effect, that if you do not obey the law, your physical circumcision is of no avail.

Genuine Christians do not depend upon works of the law for their justification.

Ever read Romans 3:20? For by works of the law no human being will be justified (declared righteous) in his sight...
---lee on 6/28/07

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The shifting of it one day forward to the first day of the week, was to be in remembrance of His resurrection, and therefore the Christian Sabbath was to be called the Lord's day.
---catherine on 6/27/07

Lee, still side-stepping direct Qs, as usual... Are you using Ro 2:25 to excuse your uncircumcised heart?

Deuteronomy 10:16
Circumcise therefore the foreskin of your heart, and be no more stiffnecked.

Romans 2:29
But he is a Jew, which is one inwardly; and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit, and not in the letter; whose praise is not of men, but of God.

James 2:10 doesn't say no one can obey God's Law.
---Geoff on 6/27/07

steveng - *Why circumsize the baby eight days after birth and not before?*

Because the on the 8th day the highest level of vitamin K that incurs clotting of blood is present.
---lee on 6/26/07

One reason why there are so few complications involving bleeding may be that the major clotting agents, prothrombin and vitamin K, do not reach peak levels in the blood until the eighth day of life. Prothrombin levels are normal at birth, drop to very low levels in the next few days, and return to normal at the end of the first week. One study showed that by the eighth day, prothrombin levels reach 110 percent of normal.
---Linda on 6/26/07

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The spiritual implications of the eighth day of course has to do with "eight" being the number for a new beginning. The circumcision of "flesh", not made with hands, takes place at the new birth, as a new creature in Christ...a new beginning, a new generation.
---Linda on 6/26/07

This post is going along with the conversation...

I recently read that physical circumcision cuts sexual diseases by up to 60%. Does the Bible confirm that physical circumcision has medical benefits? Why circumsize the baby eight days after birth and not before?
---Steveng on 6/26/07

As for the original blog's question...

We're to thank/worship God twenty four/seven. We are to thank Him no matter what our circumstances, being content no matter what adversity crosses our path. There are sabbaths and there is THE Sabbath, the fourth commandment. It is the Sabbath of the Lord. It is different than all other Sabbaths. It was created before the Israelites became a nation, the Israelite nation didn't form on the sixth day of creation. It was placed on the hearts of man.
---Steveng on 6/26/07

Colossians 2:16 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 days:

From Matthew Henry Commentary:
Since Christ has come & cancelled the ceremonial law, we ought not to keep it up. "Let no man impose those things upon you, for God has not imposed them: if God has made you free, be not you again entangled in that yoke of bondage."
---a_servant on 6/26/07

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We understand that that is what you believe jana, were not goign to change your mind, your not going to change my mind...but i will see you in heaven
---mark_B. on 6/26/07

Geoff - physical circumcision was not mandated for Gentile converts (and neither was Sabbath observance) - issues settled at the Jerusalem Council (Acts 15).

If however, you desire to obey that law, then you may do so, but -

"circumcision indeed is of value if you obey the law, but if you break the law, your circumcision becomes uncircumcision." Ro 2:25

And no one can obey the law perfectly. James 2:10.
---lee on 6/26/07

Lee asks "Geoff - have you & your male children been circumcised?" YES, have you?

Dt 10:16
Circumcise therefore the foreskin of your heart, and be no more stiffnecked.

Also Dt 30:6, Jer 4:4, Ro 2:29... It's always been a matter of heart circumcision, before and after the time when the physical sign was required.
---Geoff on 6/26/07

If we wake up every morning, that means we live in the Grace of God;There is nothing wrong with "every Day". Our Life is planned by God. He knows and loves us dearly.In Romans 4:20 we read,"yet he did not waver through unbelief regarding the promise of God, but was strengthened in his Faith and gave glory to God"
---rosem4839 on 6/25/07

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there is only one day that God commanded us to keep holy ... the 7th day Sabbath...never the sunday/first day of the week but THE SEVENTH DAY.whats wrong with sunday? Its the first day and not a holy.. day made by man, not of God. To keep it is to be disobedient to Christ who is the law/Word John 1:1. either obey Christ or the enemy...
---jana on 6/25/07

My Sabbaths ye shall keep: it is a sign between me & you throughout your generations; that ye may know that I am the LORD that doth sanctify you-Ex 31:13.

God also said - This is My covenant which you shall keep, between Me & you & your descendants after you: Every male child among you shall be circumcised shall be a sign of the covenant between Me & you.Gen. 17:10f

Geoff - have you & your male children been circumcised? If not, you need to see the rabbi & obey what God has commanded.
---lee on 6/24/07

Gina makes a powerful point that Sabbath commemorates creation & redemption, sanctification, salvation & glorification too.

In six days the LORD made heaven and earth-Ex 20:11.

My Sabbaths ye shall keep: for it is a sign between me and you throughout your generations; that ye may know that I am the LORD that doth sanctify you-Ex 31:13.
Matthew 15:9
But in vain they do worship Me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men.
---Geoff on 6/24/07

Geoff - there is only one reference to the Lord's Day in Scripture & its interpretation lies with the teachings of the church.

If the successors of the Apostles taught that the Lord's day is the 1st day of the week, then there is little anyone can do to dispute it.

Again, Adventists believe that the early church became corrupted at the death of the last Apostle & they were chosen to restore the church to its pristine stage - the same claim as from other cults such as the Mormon, JWs, etc..
---lee on 6/23/07

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The seventh day commemorates a finished Creation, So the first day commemorates a finished redemption.
---catherine on 6/20/07
Actually the 7th day commemorates BOTH creation and redemption. Jesus rested in the tomb from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday after dying for us on the cross, thereby making the 7th day Sabbath the memorial of redemption too. Jesus created us, then redeemed us, and rested on the 7th day each time.
---Gina7 on 6/23/07

Lee on 06/18/07 "Those may be the words of the incarnate God Jesus but there were directed to the Hebrew nation. He also told them (not us) to remember when they were slaves in the land of Egypt."

Then why does Paul in 1Cor10:1-4 speak to the GENTILES saying "Our Fathers" who came out of Egypt? Could it be because the Gentiles were now considered a part of the church & should obey God's 10 Commandments?
---Gina7 on 6/23/07

Lee said "our interpretation that the Lord's Day is Sunday comes from the earliest writers of the church. The Didache (ca. 95AD)." Sorry Lee, my quotes are earlier and they are in the Bible while yours are completely extra-biblical. Which is more reliable?
---Geoff on 6/22/07

Geoff - our interpretation that the Lord's Day is Sunday comes from the earliest writers of the church. The Didache (ca. 95AD) for instance states that the Lord's Day is the day of His resurrection.

---lee on 6/21/07

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Lee said, "the Bible itself does not state that the Lord's day is either Saturday or Sunday." Not true (entirely)! The term only appears once-Rev 1:10. Why should we assume it's either Saturday or Sunday (or Wednesday for that matter)? All the evidence points to ONE day, the 7th day Sabbath (Saturday). For example:

The seventh day is the Sabbath of the LORD thy God Ex 20:10, Dt 5:14, Lv 23:3

The Son of man is Lord even of the Sabbath Mt 12:8, Mk 2:28, Lk 6:5...
---Geoff on 6/21/07

There is only one weekly sabbath given by God and that is from the hours of sunset friday to sunset saturday.Most Christians worship on sunday because that is the day commonly perceived that Christ rose,(though we are nowhere told to observe that as a weekly habit)Jesus said that the sabbath was made for man and not man for the sabbath.In other words the sabbath was made to serve man and not man the sabbath.We are to serve Jesus,The Lord of the sabbath.
---Clyde5596 on 6/21/07

What ever is your belief on this it will not make any difference in whether or not you end up in hell or heaven. Worship on Saturday or Sunday. I will say one more thing. If you are in church on Sunday morning whether you belong there or not, SMILE. Afterall, You are in God's house. Don't sit there like an an old prune face. Some people if they dare to smile their faces might fall off. If you belong to God, It is a great witness to SMILE! If you belong to the Devil, Smile at him.
---catherine on 6/21/07

We go to the Saturday night service at our church. It is for those who work on Sunday, but I like I night service so we go anyway. It is much more relaxed and not so many people, but that is changing quickly.
---Bill on 6/21/07

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Lee: The Bible clearly states that only one day of the week was made holy by God. That day is the seventh day. To find out what name we call the seventh day, consult your dictionary or encyclopedia.
---Jerry on 6/21/07

Evie, EVERYDAY is a day to worship Father God. The true worshippers will worship in Spirit and in Truth. It is exciting for me to go home from work, relax and unwind, then go spend time worshipping my Heavenly Father in heaven. So EVERY SINGLE DAY is a day to worship Father God.
---donna on 6/20/07

While the Bible itself does not state that the Lord's day is either Saturday or Sunday, all the early records by the church plainly state that the 1st day of the week is the Lord's Day - the day of our Lord's resurrection. That includes the Didache written toward the end of the 1st century.
---lee on 6/20/07

Pay attention: Sabbath is not a Hebrew word for seven but means "rest or cessation". The commandment does not read "Remember the rest day, to keep it holy". Church worships on Sunday because of the resurrection, which occurred on the first day-Sunday. The seventh day commemorates a finished Creation, So the first day commemorates a finished redemption.
---catherine on 6/20/07

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Evie: Contact your nearest astronomical observatory. They will verify that the weekly Sunday-to-Saturday cycle has not changed since the time of Christ.
---Jerry on 6/20/07

Lorra: it still does not say first day as The Lords Day..i demand texts..The only day refered to as the Lords Day is the Sabbath. Yes, they were together on the first day/sunday, but never said its the Lords Day..Constantine initiated the inception of the sunday as a day of worship about the 2nd century..
---jana on 6/20/07

Gina - *Exodus 20:8-11, state 7th day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God. These are Jesus words! Jesus is the Creator*

Those may be the words of the incarnate God Jesus but there were directed to the Hebrew nation. He also told them (not us) to remember when they were slaves in the land of Egypt.

Yes, we believe the Bible fully, but also are able to properly interpret it as God deals with His creation in terms of Covenants.
---lee on 6/18/07

Gina7-Jesus never stopped working,Jn5:17!Never began 6days creating again.THAT'S all the works He rested from! NO toil was in Eden!7thDay blessing is DAILY.Jesus words thru Him&others:
Ps95:7-8*Today,if you'll hear His voice:Do not harden your hearts,*
Mt11:28-30*Come to Me,all you who labor&are heavy laden,&I'll give you rest...For My yoke is easy&My burden is light.*
*Rest*&*work*are SAME under His yoke.Besides we're His new cov.priests&they're held blameless for desecrating Sabbath.
---Sheila on 6/18/07

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My dear Rebecca, my heart goes out to you because I can relate, having to provide for my family also. However, God created the universe. Is anything too hard for Him-Gen 18:14. He never asks us to do anything for which He hasn't already made provisions. Read Ex 16:1-30.

This is just another one of those things on which you can test God-Mal 3:10, Is 58:13-14.

I will be praying for you.
---Geoff on 6/16/07

Rebecca_D - And the soldier on the battle field gets rest only when he can afford it.

Are there any Seventh Day Adventists in the military?
---lee on 6/16/07

Virtually all the writings of the church fathers idenify the Lord's day as the first day of the week. Those that believe Saturday to be the Lord's day simply do not know either scripture or church history.
---lee on 6/15/07
Virtually all of the words of the 4th Commandment, Exodus 20:8-11, state 7th day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God. These are Jesus words! Jesus is the Creator, John 1:3; Jesus rested on 7th day & asks us to do so as well. Those that believe otherwise do not believe the Bible
---Gina7 on 6/16/07

Mark B.-Sprinkling of water to make one clean(Ez36:25)is a Biblical concept.There's ONE baptism(Eph4:5).Those who went thru water ritual of John's baptism,DIDN'T go thru it again when their baptism was complete(Ac19:3-6).There ISN'T specific order for baptism(sometimes water first,like Jesus/sometimes receiving Holy Spirit first,Ac10:47).Seems obvious Jesus was submersed,but by that logic we'd have to be baptized in Jordan River as well.In Easton's dict.*baptism*has no definition, except:
---Sheila on 6/16/07

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Mark B.-(part2)Easton's defines *Christian Baptism.*Part is this:

*The word has a wide latitude of meaning,not only in [NT],but also in LXX.Version of[OT],where it is used of ablutions&baptisms required by Mosaic law.These were effected by immersion,&by affusion&sprinkling;&same word,*washings*(Heb.9:10,13,19,21)or *baptisms,*designates them all.In[NT]there cannot be found a single well-authenticated instance of the occurrence of word where it necessarily means immersion.*[the's left out]
---Sheila on 6/16/07

Alan: I keep it (work six days - rest the seventh). It works for me.
---Jerry on 6/16/07

every day should be a blessed day if only sundays what do you do the rest if we are looking for his second coming does the word state only on a sunday no looking for his blessed appearance,pray without ceasing evely7875
---evelyn_everts on 6/16/07

Lord forgive me, but I don't have a day of rest. I have two small kids. and I cook everyday. Yes even on Saturday's and Sunday's take your pick on what your Sabbath day is. So to say it is wrong for a person to do something on the day of rest, for me it is impossible. Either I cook, I'm working. If we go out to eat, someone else is working. So where is the rest? But my rest is coming. Thank God.
---Rebecca_D on 6/15/07

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Lorra, umm one thing that is possible is that traditions can get sprinkling of a little water for a baptism...baptism even means total submersion...oh yea umm i've always wanted to know what the holy wafer was for in catholic tradtions...and since you catholic could you tell me??
---mark_B. on 6/15/07

Virtually all the writings of the church fathers idenify the Lord's day as the first day of the week. Those that believe Saturday to be the Lord's day simply do not know either scripture or church history.
---lee on 6/15/07

Jana, read the book of Acts. Christians met on the first day of the week. Of course, part of the confusion is that Jesus did not leave us with a Bible but a Church, and the Apostles wrote that not everything could be written down, and that we are to hold fast to the Tradition - both by word of mouth (oral) and by written epistle (which became the Bible).
---lorra8574 on 6/15/07

Jana P2: There are many things spoken of in the New Testament that are not fleshed out in detail. That is what tradition is for - they were taught how to baptise, how to marry, how and when to worship the Christian way - these things are all described, but only vaguely.
---lorra8574 on 6/15/07

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Eloy where in the Bible can I find a text to support your statement that Sunday is the Lord's day...I know it is the day He rose again but nothing to say it is the Lord's day..The only Lord's day in the Bible is the Sabbath of the Bible, the 7th day Sabbath to the Lord..
---jana on 6/15/07

Nothing is wrong with that. According to scripture, friday at evening until saturday at evening is the Rest Day; and Sunday the first of the week, is the Resurrection and the Ascension Day, also called the Lord's Day, in which Christians gather together to Worship Christ. True Christians don't follow days, because a day is just a piece of time, instead we follow Jesus who is the one who made time and its various measurements.
---Eloy on 6/11/07

simon: there is such a thing called Car Cleaner situated at all gas stations..u just drive in after work and the machine do the rest..then u drive out, HEY PRESTO, clean car.If not, then theres sunday..a day God worked can you..God bless friend..
---jana on 6/11/07

Simon ... On Sunday!
The Bible does say 6 days shalt thou labour, so that must mean Sunday to friday.
Mind you I wonder how many SDAs actually keep that law about working 6 days?
---alan_of_UK on 6/10/07

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I gess if Sunday is the first day of the week,cool than Saturday is the 7th day then i cannot work on the 7th day. ok. When do i cleen the car and do the gardning as i work M to F.
---Simon on 6/10/07

Ryan u say that the Sabbath is the seventh day of the week. However then you state mans calendar as Saturday as the 7th day. Knowing we must take nothing for granted including what the Jewish priests say Tit1:14then can we prove from scripture which "pagan called" day of the week is the true Sabbath. 4th C: Remember "Zakar"=mark the Sabbath day,keep it set apart. What marked days are there in scripture that line up with the 7th day? For inspiration read Jer33:3
---Toby on 6/10/07

The inception of our Biblical beliefs from Eden n by God we must obey. God says REMEMBER 7TH DAY SABBATH 2KEEP HOLY, then 7thday Sabbath we should keep holy n 4us 2come 2gether and worship HIM. Obey Him,if not, then your worshiping n obeying some other..How long will u refuse 2obey??..Yes, its a command of God..and we should obey.
---jana on 6/10/07

Ryan *...but Sunday is not the Sabbath day"

Very true but the church has not been commanded to observe any day as holy.

Christians worship on Sundays in accordance to the tradition established by the Apostles themselves. We can see that from the writings of the early fathers as the church outside of Israel, did not observe the Sabbath going into the 2d century.

As the church became less Jewish and more Gentile, it lost most of its Jewish traditions.
---lee on 6/9/07

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You can take this for what it is worth to you. when God spoke to me about Sunday, He knew it was my day, He also included, do only what is necessary. It gave me a tiny bit of room. [That word necessary].
---catherine on 6/9/07

The real question is which day do we get to be unholy and profane, that we may live to our own desires.

Someone once said that people know little about history, but have definite ideas about it, believing the past to be an idealized present.

In the Synagoges of Judea, as today, services were NOT merely on the Sabbath, but TWICE DAILY.

What pop-evangelical church does that today?
---Jack on 6/9/07

The 7th day is the 7th day of the week. For us, the seventh day of the week is Saturday. There's nothing wrong with congregational worship on Sunday, but Sunday is not the Sabbath day.
---Ryan on 6/9/07

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