Can U Go To Hell For Not Keeping The Sabbath Day?


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Joe Man Profile
Joe Man answered
Seriously people. I am very disappointed to see so many ignoring the accuracy of the Word of God. It is obvious that Jesus NEVER broke the Sabbath. It is obvious He warned us to keep the Commandments. And we are not saved through "grace". That's ridiculous. Jesus gave us a way to salvation, not a free ticket. We are to still live according to God's Will as it has always been. Getting to Heaven is NOT EASY. It will be the hardest thing you have ever done in this life. And that is why it requires the help of God. The world has become the least Holy place and resembles nothing of the world that God intended. It is "unclean". And we must walk in a sin free life. The only way to do that is to turn away from the world, sacrificing anything that doesn't serve God's purpose. God doesn't "bend" for our sake. We must bend for His.

The Bible clearly states that "few" will enter Heaven. Only 8 people did so in the days of Noah. Many of those people who do not enter will be amongst the hypocrites who spend their Sunday "hour" in church, not keeping the Sabbath, and "living it up" on Saturdays and Sunday evenings. The world is full of fools who follow Paganism. Don't be one of them. Let go of your worldly ways and beliefs and surrender to God's knowledge. Else, He will say to you "I never knew you".
What have you done for God? What have you done for yourself? What have you done for people? I guarantee you that you have done more for yourself and others than you have for God. And that is why you are under threat of Hell. We all are.
thanked the writer.
Alex Beierle
Alex Beierle commented
Ephesians 2:8 For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, 9 not of works, lest anyone should boast.
It is not by works that we are saved, or by keeping the commandments. The law is just an outward form or righteousness and was only established so that we may know what sin is in order to be able to turn away from it.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
It is not on sunday or saturday. The calender we use today was not used in biblical times. It was made by man.
Satan said he would change time and laws.
Check out this website, it has a lot of info about God :)
carlene welch Profile
carlene welch answered
The answer is no you wont go to Hell but you are doing a disservice to your self and to God! If you have truly excepted Christ and have been reborn of His Spirit you become part of His Body the Church! Eph. 2: 19-22...It is not a building but a living Spiritual body of believers where Christ is the head of! No one member of this body is a lone Island to himself! We need one another and should come together to worship for many reasons! God calls us to do it! Rom.10: 14,17...So our faith will increase! Eph. 4: we will grow in wisdom and knowledge, to be edified, so we wont be carried away by false doctrines! To grow in love! And to stay Spiritually healthy! He sent the Holy Spirit to set in this body gifts and ministries to one another to build us up for the Glory of God where we become effectual wittiness es for Christ! 1Cor. 12: 1-31...1Cor. 13:1-13...1Cor.14: 1-40.. In a free country its a privilege to come together and to worship no matter what day you call the Sabbath as His people to worship the living God!...Genaveve
Judith (Irish Faerie Blessings) Kreindel Profile
What does your belief system tell you? Perhaps you are questioning the values you've been raised on because they are not right for you. Do I believe you go hell for such a thing? No, but neither can I disrespect those who do. If you have to work on your given religion's Sabbath day, you can always keep it in your own way, a day of reverence and respect or even give up something special and dear to you for one day every week.
greg c Profile
greg c answered
NO!! Jesus Himself "broke" the sabbath!! We are not saved by old laws, but by grace. We must be obedient, but we must also understand His grace!! If we don't, then we are still in bondage. Please read these scriptures: Mt 12; John 5:14-18 and 9:13-16. In the Mt verses, Jesus also refers to OT times where the sabbath was broken...and not to their damnation. If believers can "go to hell" if they miss a sabbath or two, then there are tens of thousands of professing, saved, obedient, loving Christians who are going to hell. Hmmmm. So much for the work of Christ on the cross.
pete bradley Profile
pete bradley answered
Did you know the sabbath is saturday and not sunday?. If you believe in a hell, god decides if you've asked forgiveness of your sins.
melanie Ideker Profile
melanie Ideker answered
It depends on if your a believer and if you are he will not send you to hell every sunday and I know for a fact that she is going to heaven :)

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