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Your Sabbath Questions Answered

Can the true seventh day be located?

Some teach that through various calendar changes and other factors, the true seventh day of the week cannot be accurately identified. But this is simply not true. Here are four evidences that help us identify the true Sabbath today:

1. The sixth day, seventh day, first day ...

According to Scripture, Christ died on Friday, the sixth day of the week, and rose on Sunday, the first day of the week. Practically all churches acknowledge this fact when they observe Good ...

Can’t we keep holy any day of the week?

Upon tables of stone God wrote the great, unchanging law of the ages. Every word was serious and meaningful. Not one line was ambiguous or mysterious. Christians and non-Christians, educated and uneducated, have no problem understanding the simple, clear words of the Ten Commandments. God meant what He said and said what He meant.

Most of the ten begin with the same words: "You shall not," but right in the heart of the law, we find the fourth commandment introduced with the word "Remember." Why is this one different? God was commanding His people to call something to memory that existed but had been forgotten. Genesis describes the origin of the Sabbath ...

Wasn't the Sabbath made only for the Jews?

Multitudes of Christians refer to the seventh-day Sabbath as the "Jewish Sabbath," but there is no such expression in the Bible.

It is called "the Sabbath of the Lord" (Exodus 20:10), for instance, but never "the Sabbath of the Jews." Luke was a Gentile writer of the New Testament and often made reference to things that were peculiarly Jewish - he wrote of the "nation of the Jews," the people of the Jews, the "land of the Jews," and the "synagogue of the Jews" (Acts 10:22; 12:11; 10:39; 14:1). However, Luke never referred to the "Sabbath of the Jews" although he mentioned ...


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Did Jesus, in fulfilling the moral law, actually abolish it?
Wasn't the Sabbath made only for the Jews?
Where's the Evidence That the Sabbath Was Changed?
The Day of the Sun
What about the Lord's Day?
Though the Jews were indeed entrusted with God's memorial of Creation, the Sabbath was not made for the Jews alone...
Couldn't we rest on the Sabbath but worship on Sunday?
Are You Prepared to Take a Sabbath from Your Smartphone?
Denominal Statements on the Sabbath

Denominational Statements on the Sabbath

BAPTIST
There was never any formal or authoritative change from the Jewish seventh-day Sabbath to the Christian first-day observance.
WILLIAM OWEN CARVER, The Lord's Day in Our Day, page 49.