What do they say about the 7th Day Sabbath: Catholic, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Southern Baptist, Methodist, Baptist, Disciples of Christ, Pentecostal.
See the historical records and change brought by pagan Rome.
History records that for the first 400 years, The Early Church observed the 7th Day Sabbath.
Did the Apostle Paul really say don’t observe Biblical Holidays and the Sabbath? Reading the rest of chapter 2 in Colossians you will learn he was actually encouraging those disciples who did and were being judged by pagans.
Nowhere in the Bible does it even suggest a change. Looking closer into 4 Bible verses that people use as a reason, the idea falls apart quickly.
The 7th Day Sabbath is the MARK those who are obedient to God, while Sunday is a MARK of those who are obedient to the Roman Catholic Church.
The 7th Day Sabbath – God calls it an eternal mark or sign of his people. It is one of the 10 Commandments. The Early Church for the first 400 years observed it. What changed? Rediscover the rich blessings and opportunities God gives for those who enter into observing the 7th Day Sabbath.
The 7th Day Sabbath was given not only as a day of rest for us but also as a sign between us and God that just as he made the Sabbath Day holy, it is him that makes us holy.
Jesus is Lord of the Sabbath – Matthew 12:8; Mark 2:28; Luke 6:5
Followers of Jesus from all across the world have been sharing their testimonies about their Sabbath experiences. About how their obedience to God’s Covenant command to rest and keep his 7th Day Sabbath holy has greatly enriched their lives, their marriages, family life, Bible studies, and relationship with God. Some feel that on the 7th Day God opens a special window from Heaven to communicate with us and to teach us. I can see why they say this. God is pleased when we obey his Sabbath Covenant and he greatly desires to bless our obedience. Can you not see the absolute power of God and his Holy Spirit here!