Posts Tagged ‘Sunday’

Without this, no one will see YHVH

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Training in righteousness

When we read the word holy, we usually get a picture in our mind of someone with a halo around their head, as depicted in some of the early paintings. Alternatively, we may picture someone who is a real prude with a life devoid of fun. What do you picture in your mind when you hear the word holiness? You may have guessed by now what the “this” in the heading refers to. Without holiness, no one will see YHVH…

The Fourth Commandment – Part 1 – Who Changed It?

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Sabbath

Our Father is a loving Father, and it is His desire to bless us. He is good, and His Word is good. He created the heavens and the earth, and on the seventh day He rested. He blessed this day and sanctified it. He made the seventh day; a day set apart from the other, a day of rest and refreshment.

He blessed us by giving us this gift of the Sabbath, a day to spend in His presence, a day to renew our strength physically and spiritually. The sad thing is, His gift was exchanged for another. His instructions were exchanged for man’s. He never commanded the first day of the week as a rest day! There is not a single reference in Scripture to support this change.

I want to urge you to consider this. The Sabbath is not just any day of the week; it is a very special day, a day set apart by the Creator of heaven and earth Himself. Man does not have the authority to change this, and yet he has. However, you are not a follower of man; you would not be studying this topic, if you were. He wants you to know the truth; His truth. Do not delay in learning this, it is very important.

What difference does it make if I worship on Sunday?

Written by Schalk_and_Elsa. Posted in Sabbath

Does it make a difference if I worship on Sunday? Does Paul justify the worship on any day of the week in Col 2:16 ? Skip Moen shares some of his insights on how the 4th commandment should be kept. He also provides a link to some historical information on the keeping of Sabbath and the switch to Sunday worship.

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