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Worship Only Once A Week

Why do we have two days of worship today in the world Saturday and Sunday. I have a doubt about them. There must be a genuine one establish by Christ and a counterfeit one by satan. Which one is right?

Moderator - True Christians worship God daily as they have a daily walk.

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The moderator is correct.
---duke on 12/15/07

Obedient and learned christians know which day God has commanded all to fellowship with Him in person..and God asked of one day only where we can all rest from our daily work..for he knew, in time, we will never have time to rest. Look at today, everyday is a work day and many has gone cold towards God.The 7thday sabbath is the day of the Lord..the bible says..
---pam on 12/8/07

Saturday is considered the Sabbath day according to the OT. Since Jesus resurrected on a Sunday we, as NT believers, meet on Sunday to worship Him.
---Rickey on 12/2/07

I echo the Moderator. We have 7 days of worship.
---Eloy on 5/10/06

NEITHER is right OR wrong. The word says to labor 6 days, and set aside one day for rest and to honor the Lord. Do we really think that God is going to reject ANYbody who reserves Saturday to come to his house and honor him, or Sunday either?! THIS particular argument on this website has escalated to ridiculous proportions! When you get right down to it, if you love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, and mind, EVERY day will be a day of worship
---T.S. on 5/10/06

To drag strangers into the conversation, seems that someone in the Bible remarked that some "esteem one day above another," another "esteems all days alike", and that both are not to bicker over it.

I'd like to know that since Christ has come, which day do we get to keep in an unholy and profane manner, that we may live according to our own wishes?
---Jack on 5/9/06

Ex. 20:8 Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Heb. 4 speaks about taking our rest in Christ. He is our Sabbath and He is Holy. We remember the Sabbath by remembering Him and the work He did on our behalf. We cease from all our work and take our rest in Him. WE now walk in the works He has preordained that we should walk in, all the while resting in Him. WE come together to worship Him because we love Him, not becuase it is a law. Legality never saved or kept anyone.
---Debbie on 5/8/06

Exodus31:16 the children of "Israel" shall keep the sabbath,to observe the sabbath,throughout their generations, a perpetual covenant. Col.2:16 Let no man therefore judge you is meat,drink,respect of a holyday,or in the new moon, or of the sabbath days. Acts15:28-29 It seemed good to the HG and to us to lay no greater burden than these necessary things,abstain from meat offered to idols,blood, things strangled,from fornication-. Gentiles aren't Israel,keep love God and neighbor plus Acts29 .
---Darlene_1 on 5/8/06

true christians, followers of christ have a special day which god commanded us to worship on...the 7th day sabbath to rest on..yes, we worship him everyday but the sabbath he sanctified and made holy is my favourite day of all. we meet, and fellowship with god in his sanctuary.

Moderator - Other days of the week aren't sanctified?
---jana on 5/8/06

As Christians, we are supposed to worship God every minute of our lives. The people who choose to meet on Saturday and the people who choose to meet on Sunday are not only worshipping God but also having a fellowship with the rest of the believers. Both of these groups are right! I wonder if Satan can counterfeit your love towards God. If he does, what for?
---bebet3754 on 5/8/06

If you join an organized church the day of communal worship has been decided by them so you will simply conform to that. However, moderator is correct, we should be worshipping God every day of the week in one form or another. Some truly born-agan Christians never attend a formal Church but prefer to meet in small or larger groups informally any day of the week. I'm sure that God does not mind as long as it is from the heart.
---M.P. on 5/8/06

Actually, services were held in the Synagogues and Temple daily--or rather, twice daily, morning and evening.

Contrary to what most people think, the Fourth (or third, depending on how you count them) Commandment was not about worship, but about ceasing work one day in seven--and making sure that this day off extended to your servants, slaves, and farm animals.
---Jack on 5/7/06

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