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Chart of the WeekDr. William Meade Jones lived over a hundred and fifty years ago, and was a well-known London, England, research expert. He discovered in his studies that the Seventh-day Sabbath was the only weekly Sabbath ever commanded by God in the Bible.

Jones decided that, since Scripture clearly shows that the Bible Sabbath was first given to mankind at the end of the Creation Week, (Genesis 2:1-3) then two important facts would have had to be known throughout the ancient world: First, a fixing of the seven-day weekly cycle on a world-wide basis, and second, an ancient world-wide knowledge of the Seventh-day Sabbath.

Jones decided to research a majority of the languages of the world to see if his reasonings were true. The results of his research was as he suspected and is another powerful proof, not only that the Seventh day is the true Sabbath of God, but also that the creation account in Genesis 1 and 2 is accurate, and that God is our Creator!  
Dies DominiPope John Paul II, one of the most powerful and respected leaders to ever reign over the Catholic Church, wrote a pivotal document — Dies Domini — extolling the "virtues" of Sunday Observance. Here is that document in its entirety.  
History of the SabbathTHE history of the Sabbath embraces the period of 6000 years. The seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord. The acts which constituted it such were, first, the example of the Creator; secondly, his placing his blessing upon the day; and thirdly, the sanctification or divine appointment of the day to a holy use. The Sabbath, therefore, dates from the beginning of our world's history.  
Naval Observatory Statement on Changes in Weekly CycleThe U.S. Naval Observatory reported that there has never been any change in the continuity of the weekly cycle. The Seventh Day Sabbath that we have today is the same that Jesus observed.  
The Great ControversyThis book, reader, is not published to tell us that there is sin and woe and misery in this world. We know it all too well. This book is not published to tell us that there is an irreconcilable controversy between darkness and light, sin and righteousness, wrong and right, death and life. In our heart of hearts we know it, and know that we are participators, actors, in the conflict.  
The Seventh Day Sabbath Sought OutThis book was authored in 1657 by Thomas Tillam. Here he makes the connection between the Sabbath, the book of Revelation, and the End Times.

Note that the letter "f" in old english many times is the letter "s" in modern english. Keeping this in mind will make reading the document a bit easier.  
The Truth About The SabbathOnce a week most Christians go to church. Some go to the early services, and others sleep in and like to catch the 11 a.m. service. And the chances are, if you're like most Christians, you go to church on Sundays, the day referred to as "the first day of the week" in the Bible.

In this book we shall explain exactly how and why this has become the commonplace practice among the Christian world. When asked, most Christians are not aware of the exact history of the development of Sunday worship - some even think the Bible commands it - but the truth of the origin of Sunday worship goes far beyond this, and it is time for all Christians to be aware of it!  
Truth TriumphantA much -neglected field of study has been opened by the research of the author into the history of the Christian church from its apostolic origins to the close of the eighteenth century. ...The doctrines of the primitive Christian church spread to Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. As grains of mustard seed they lodged in the hearts of many godly souls in southern France and northern Italy — people known as the Albigenses and the Waldenses.  
What I Saw In Rome"All roads lead to Rome," and my road had led me almost there. As I stood gazing over the City of the Tiber standing on her seven ancient hills, her new and her old buildings breaking the beautiful blue skyline, I thought of what those words had meant back in the days of Imperial Rome when the legions of the Empire controlled the world. Then, those great quarried-stone roads reached out in all directions through the length and breadth of the known world like ...  
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