Do You Think That The Sabbath Day (Saturday) Should Be Kept Holy?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Christians have no obligation to keep a Sabbath or Holy day in the week.
Ron Day Profile
Ron Day answered
Those under the Law Covenant (the children of Israel) should keep the seventh-day sabbath. (Romans 3:19; 9:4) The sabbaths were a "sign" of that covenant between Yahweh and the children of Israel. (Exodus 31:13) Those children of Israel who become dead to the law through Jesus (Romans 7:1-5) have a sabbath that the natural children of Israel under the Law were not allowed to enter into. (Hebrews 3:5-19) The "Gentiles" who belong to Christ (Galatians 3:28,29) were never under that Law Covenant.
ronald jude Profile
ronald jude answered
Yes , but no more holier than any other day of the week
amy Profile
amy answered
That depends on how you look at it it said God rested on the 7th day. The seventh day is  sunday
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Stewart Pinkerton
The 7th day became Sunday because the Church wanted to attract more followers, and Sun worship was very common in the Middle East at that time, so adopting Sun Day as the Christian Sabbath made perfect sense. Islam of course chose Friday to distance themselves from Jews and Christians. Of course, since we now know that Genesis is just one of the folk tales of a tribe of self-important shepherds, there was no 'seventh day' of Creation, so it really doesn't matter which day you rest on.
Ron Day
Ron Day commented
While the sabbath given to the children of Israel is patterned after God's rest day, the children of Israel never entered into God's rest. -- Hebrews 3:11.
Ron Day
Ron Day commented
The seventh day never became Sunday. The seventh day is still the seventh day, it has never been changed to the first day of the week. There is no scriptural basis for calling Sunday the seventh day.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Yes. Thats the day when we stop focusing on work and other things and focus on our worship to Jehovah.
Stewart Pinkerton Profile
No, because religion=superstition. The Old Testament/Torah is just the folk tales of a tribe of self-important shepherds.

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