Honor God Especially on Sabbath Day

Is it important to follow the Sabbath? Our religious leaders and teachers have not given the Sabbath any importance. But what does the Bible say about it and should it be part of our worship to follow it?

Remember the Sabbath Day to Keep it Holy

Since the Bible told man to observe the Sabbath since the beginning where did man get the idea to worship on Sunday? It came from pagans and was forced upon the world through slavery and by being conquered by a pagan nation. It is time to throw off pagan ways and link ourselves back into the teachings of our forefathers Moses, Abraham and Isaac and also Yashaya (ignorantly called Jesus) and the apostles.

The online dictionary defines sabbath as:

sabĀ·bath
noun 
  1. 1.
    a day of religious observance and abstinence from work, kept by Jews from Friday evening to Saturday evening, and by most Christians on Sunday.
  2. 2.
    a supposed annual midnight meeting of witches with the Devil.

As you can see from the definition that there are many who claim they are following the Sabbath, but are they following it according to scripture laid down in the Bible? In order to follow the law of the Bible one must follow what the Bible says. Even if they are keeping a portion of it but are not doing it as laid out in the Bible it is not the Sabbath given to the Hebrews by their God. If that is the Israelite Hebrew Sabbath you are seeking to keep then the Bible is the only source that is correct in its teaching.

sabbathThe Sabbath is a day to remember God, it is a day for family, it is a day of rest. It was a day given to us by The Most High as a sign of who are His children. The ones who are following his commandments.

This is the day Ahayah Asher Ahayah (I Am That I Am) said to remember it’s importance and to rest that day. Below is a video detailing the Sabbath Day and why it is important to keep it holy.

 

Video: Remember the Sabbath Day to Keep it Holy

Iris

Iris J Chapman is a researcher, lifetime Bible reader and blogger.

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