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  1. not to be a pain, but the Sabbath is from Friday at sunset until Saturday at sunset… unless you believe in the pagan sun gods, as Constantine did, and disregard YHVH’s words to Abraham and Moses. Over an over in scripture it says if we Honor HIS Sabbath, we receive many MANY BLESSINGS! So many churches are leading people astray, I pray you aren’t one of them. but, just thought I’d point that out in case you didn’t know. Even Yeshuah, aka JESUS, said REPEATEDLY, Follow my Fathers Laws. Have a wonderful Blessed Day Natalie!!

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    • Yes, I am aware of the information you included in your comment and no, I don’t believe in the pagan sun gods. And you are right. However, most, if not all, protestant churches consider Sunday to the Sabbath for whatever reason and so we worship the Lord on that day. Perhaps as you say I’m being led astray, but I would hate to think that the Lord would not be pleased that we would worship Him at anytime, and it really should be a daily practice away. I pray that you had a wonderful and blessed day as well.
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      • It’s not so much that you aren’t observing the Sabbath, it’s that you are profaning it by NOT observing it on the correct day if you are working, cooking, etc. on the Sabbath… check out Deuteronomy 5:15 “Remember that you were slaves in Egypt and that the LORD your God brought you out of there with a mighty hand and an outstretched arm. Therefore the LORD your God has commanded you to observe the Sabbath day”. (Note it doesn’t say… any day you want to make the Sabbath…lol )
        See..Exodus 35:2
        “For six days work may be done, but on the seventh day you shall have a holy day, a Sabbath of complete rest to the LORD; whoever does any work on it shall be put to death. The operative words being “TO the Lord”… because HE created THE original Sabbath DAY…
        EVEN JESUS said in the ORIGINAL version of Matt 5:17…Jesus said to his disciples: “Do not think that I came to annul or weaken the Law or the prophets. I came not to abolish, but to satisfactorily perform it. (18) For indeed I tell you, until the heavens and earth pass away, not one letter , dot, or mark shall be abolished from the Law or the Prophets, because all things will be fulfilled! and in the Gospel of Thomas, it says, (27) “If you do not fast as regards the world, you will not find the kingdom. If you do not observe THE Sabbath as a Sabbath, you will not see the father.”
        and in all four of the gospels Jesus teaches in the synagogue on the Sabbath, which is what you’re supposed to do, learn and discuss, and worship God on the Sabbath.
        Sorry that is SO Huge, but I just worry about other Christians… because for so long the scriptures have been changed to reflect whatever the church at the time wanted it to reflect. People seem to think that since Yeshuah came, all the laws of Moses are null and void… but they aren’t. Jesus always taught to follow his Father’s laws. And he observed them all himself… from the moment he started to minister… all of his actions were to FULFILL the laws and prophecies of the old testaments. I hope some of this helps… 🙂 Have a Blessed day Natalie!! 🙂

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      • I consulted and shared with one of the pastors at our church about our conversation and before I make my last comment about this I want to share with you what he said:

        “When Jesus rose from the dead on the first day of the week, Sunday, things changed. Jesus Christ, the second Adam, ‘finished’ (John 19:30) the work that the first Adam failed to do (Romans 5:12-19). Because of that pivotal event, the first century church that was established in A.D. 33, determined that for Christians under the new covenant, the day of worship and celebration of the Lord’s grace in Jesus Christ was to be the first day of the week, Sunday. See Acts 20:7 and 1 Corinthians 16:1-2 – ‘on the first day of the week…'” Dr. John A. Moody

        Since it is to be “a day of worship and celebration of the Lord’s grace in Jesus Christ” on the first day of the week, I’ll agree that perhaps in my post I should not have said that we were preparing to worship on the Sabbath, and I will not refer to that day as the Sabbath again so as not to offend anyone nor to be accused of profaning anything when it comes to God or my faith. But I will not apologize or deny being a follower of Jesus Christ whom I believe to be the promised Messiah, and so I will follow His commandments in the Scripture verses noted here and thus worship and celebrate Him on Sunday, the first day of the week. Natalie

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      • You go girl!! lol but that’s the thing most people don’t understand, the first day of each week for a 1000 years was what we now call Saturday at sunset, and is the day Jesus always taught in the synagogue during the day, according to the famous 4, on the Sabbath… ALSO, and probably the most telling aspect of all, was Jesus’ Last Supper was a Jewish Ceder, and Jesus was crucified on a the next day, Friday right before the Sabbath began, which was why Mary couldn’t go to the cave until AFTER the Sabbath had passed to anoint him, because no work is to be done on the Sabbath. Another point being this is why Jesus is Lord of the Sabbath. But, you keep on worshiping however you wish sweetie, I am sure the Lord loves it. Like I said, I just worry about ministers who are brought up learning only what is said in the modern Bible, which was altered and corrupted in the past by many who claim to be Christians. They are unwittingly helping the devil to do his job. I didn’t mean to insinuate you were profaning anything personally, you are just following your paster’s teachings, so I am sure God loves you worshiping him no matter what. I think God is just urging me to point this out to people, because He said He gives GREAT blessings to those who do observe His Sabbath. so I try to do my part. Have a Blessed Day Natalie… 🙂

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