Sabbath

@RealIolo (1850)
United States
December 9, 2017 8:50pm CST
Could someone explain to me how Sunday is the sabbath?
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@FourWalls (10701)
• United States
10 Dec
Simple. It isn’t.
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@RealIolo (1850)
• United States
10 Dec
Yet the vast majority treat it as if it is... While at the same time treating Saturday just as any other day instead of following our creators clear direction as he outlined in the forth commandment I heard Poland just made a Sunday law. I confess I didn't read a lot about it but it made me think.
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@JolietJake (43328)
10 Dec
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@RealIolo (1850)
• United States
10 Dec
@JolietJake So The international standard ISO 8601 decided in 1988 that Sunday is now the seventh day of the week. A change done by man as a new way of looking at our week. However that doesn't make Sunday the sabbath. History shows us that the first Sunday law was enacted by Emperor Constantine - March, 321 A.D. This was the beginning of man observing Sunday as the Lords day. It should be noted that the Sabbath was "sanctified" by God himself after creation, the seventh day, because on that day he rested. See Genesis 2:2,3 It was then set in stone literally at mount Sinai by God's own finger. Jesus himself later said that the law would never be removed till the end of world. Matthew 5:17-19 Many like to say that the law was done away with at the cross but that was not supported by Christ. Jesus and his apostles observed the Saturday sabbath long after the crucifixion.