According To The Bible On Which Day Of The Week Is Sabbath ( Provide Answer With The Bible Verse Included In Your Answer)?


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Christopher Adam Profile
The Sabbath refers to Saturday, which the Old Testament calls "the day of rest," in commemoration of the six days God took to create the world. The first reference to the Sabbath is, therefore, in Genesis 2:2, the first book of the Hebrew Scriptures. An explicit call to keep the Sabbath as a day of rest can be found in Exodus 31:14, where believers are called to always observe the Sabbath, or else face the wrath of God. In addition to the Hebrew Scriptures, the Gospels of Mark, Matthew, Luke and John make reference to the Sabbath 51 times and for Jews, this has been interpreted to be on Saturday for thousands of years.

It was, in fact, the early Catholic Church that decided to change the day of the Sabbath from Saturday to Sunday and the majority of Protestant denominations have not contested this change. This dates back to the earliest days of the Church, when Christians held their weekly gatherings on Sunday, rather than on Saturday, which the Jews continued to observe as the Sabbath.
Nikia Clarke Profile
Nikia Clarke answered
Sunday...(please do approve this because I want to answer this in detail and do not want to lose it)

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Sja BenAlex Profile
Sja BenAlex answered
The Sabbath day is Saturday if you read Matthew 27:57-66; Matthew 28:1-10 the first day of the week is Sunday
Joy Munyebvu Profile
Joy Munyebvu answered
A holy day of rest and worship- Ex 20:8 " rember the sabbath day and keep it holy".
But that doesn't answer your question.
The answer to your question, in my point of veiw, is.
In Genesis 2 verse 2: "And on the 7th day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested from all his workwhich he had made. ( verse 3)- "And God blessed the 7th day and sanctified it : because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made".
So in a nutshell, God blessed the 7th day
but what is the 7th day- saturday or sunday
I think sunday, why because it is in memory of Jesus Christ's resurrection
Jesus died on a Friday and ressurected on a Sunday
thanked the writer.
daryl mccullough
daryl mccullough commented
You are only speculating here. Do some research on the Gregorian Calendar. The research will show you that sunday has always been the first day of the week and saturday always the 7th. There are some really great research articles already written on this topic.

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