The Sabbath

The Mark of Yahuah

The Sabbath was created by Yahuah for his children to worship him forever

Those who keep the Sabbath holy, receive  the mark of Yahuah for protection, prosperity and righteousness.

Anyone who does any work on the Sabbath is to be put to death.

The first century believers worshiped on the Sabbath in the Synagogue

Who decided to change the day of worship to Sunday?

When was the Sabbath outlawed on pain of death?

   The Sabbath was established by Yahuah on the seventh day of creation to worship Him as the Creator of heaven and earth for eternity. It foreshadows the eternal rest in heaven, delivered from Adam’s curse, of work to survive. 

   The Sabbath was the first commandment given during the exodus, after the Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread. It is the fourth of the ten commandments and one of the most important. It is a mark on the believer, that he is keeping the laws of Yahuah. It is not just about rest. It is Yahuah’s test of a believer’s faith in His judgment and obedience to His laws. Consequently, Satan has targeted the Sabbath continuously for more than 2000 years, deceiving believers very successfully, into violating the Sabbath command. 

   The heresy of Sunday worship began in the 2nd century, described by the Christian writers Ignatius, Justin Martyr, and Mathetes.  Constantine, the emperor of Rome, and the first Pope of the Catholic Church, followed these heretics, in the 4th century, to outlaw the Sabbath and force Christians to worship on the day of the sun god, on pain of death. If Christians were not keeping the Sabbath, laws against it would not have been required. Over 50 million believers lost their lives to Catholic persecution to enforce these laws. 

   The Catholic laws against the “Jewish” commandments were enforced for 1500 years, causing nearly all churches today to follow that tradition of disobedience to the laws of Yahuah. So most believers today will not qualify to enter the kingdom of heaven because of their lawlessness. 

   Modern Christian scholars also use these 2nd century heretics to claim that New Testament  believers worshiped on Sunday. They do this in the face of clear scriptures that show the first believers worshiped on the Sabbath in the Synagogues. Modern scholars are intentionally ignoring the New Testament examples, and following heretics to justify 1700 years of violating the laws of Yahuah. 

   Sunday worship is a part of dual covenant theology, that Satan uses to separate Christians from “Jewish” laws. He wants to disqualify all believers from being chosen to enter the kingdom of heaven. He wants to get all Christians to disobey the laws of Yahuah, by claiming they are only for the Jews. The only way scholars can justify Sunday worship is to claim that Christians have been delivered from obedience to the law.  They ignore the fact that believers become sons of Abraham and are grafted into the household of Israel. 

Exodus 31:13-17 — “Surely My Sabbath you shall keep, for it is a sign between Me and  you, throughout your generations, that you may know that I am Yahuah who sanctifies you. You shall keep the Sabbath, therefore, for it is holy to you. Everyone who profanes it shall surely be put to death; for whoever does any work on it, that person shall be cut off from among his people.”

   “Work shall be done for six days, but the seventh is the Sabbath of rest, holy to Yahuah. Whoever does any work on the Sabbath day, he shall surely be put to death. … It is a sign between Me and the children of Israel forever;”

Daniel Joseph, Corner Fringe Ministries, Sabbath 101

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