Today IS the day of rest, appointed by God at creation: the seventh day. Not for the sake of God, but our sake.

Some may not think it important, but if we make this day our day of rest, we begin to change.

Jesus was nailed to the cross on a Friday. The next day, the Sabbath, He rested in the grave (aka "hell"). Then it was on the first day of the week, Sunday, He rose from the dead.

So-called Christians will say they keep that day, Sunday, because of "Easter," or because he was resurrected that day. I tell you, God does not change, neither does His word, neither does His commandments. So then, what day shall we keep?
Today IS the day of rest, appointed by God at creation: the seventh day. Not for the sake of God, but our sake. Some may not think it important, but if we make this day our day of rest, we begin to change. Jesus was nailed to the cross on a Friday. The next day, the Sabbath, He rested in the grave (aka "hell"). Then it was on the first day of the week, Sunday, He rose from the dead. So-called Christians will say they keep that day, Sunday, because of "Easter," or because he was resurrected that day. I tell you, God does not change, neither does His word, neither does His commandments. So then, what day shall we keep?
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