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Coming Up! REVELATION SEMINAR 
Starting Wednesday October 1st to 18, 2014
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HOREB CHURCH IS INVITING YOU TO CELEBRATE IT 5TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY WITH HIM ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 2014.

OUR SPEAKER WILL BE: DANA EDMOND (PRESIDENT OF SOUTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE)
 
CONGRADULATION!
CELENE  IZEAN
GRADUATED FROM OAKWOOD UNIVERSITY WITH AN HONARY DEGREE,
BACHELOR OF ART IN SOCIAL WORKER. CONTINUING TO ANDREWS UNIVERSITY FOR HER MASTERS .

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Saturday versus Sunday Worship By pastor: Celeve Izean 

The Sacred Calendar of the God of Israel Sunday is not the Sabbath day at all and, The Almighty's Sabbath, according to His unalterable Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:8-11, Matthew 5:17-18) is the seventh day of the week, the day commonly known as Saturday.  You may read the Bible from Genesis to Revelation and you will not find a single verse authorizing the observance of Sunday.  The true weekly Sabbath of Yahweh, the Almighty God of Israel was, is, and ever will be, the seventh day of the week. Thus the arguments rage back and forth across the globe and are even now stirring the minds of many in this area.  The researchers trust that this article will settle the matter for you once and for all, and prepare the world for the days ahead when this very issue concerning the Almighty's Sabbath becomes a deciding point for all the inhabitants of the earth. In the church own interests, therefore, it will advise you to carefully study this page and be ready to answer this critical question: Is Sunday the Christian Sabbath Before presenting the answer it is obvious that the bible should first settle the issue of whether or not a Sabbath day exists.  In other words, does the Almighty still want mankind to observe a Sabbath day - or are all the days of the week alike? The answer to that question is: Yahweh's Sabbath still exists and He most certainly wants people to observe it.  The following verses will prove that the Sabbath commandment was not done away with at the cross, but is still on the statute books of heaven. The First Proof Text is: Mathew 24:20 “But pray that your flight be not in the winter, neither on the Sabbath day.” “And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rest on the seventh day from all his work which he had made and God blessed the Seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested all his work which God created and made.”  (Genesis 2:2-3). Which day is the Sabbath? “The seventh day is the Sabbath of the lord thy God.”  Exodus 20:10 “And when the Sabbath was past…very early in the morning the first day of the week, they
came unto the sepulchre.” (Mark 16:1,2). Was the seventh day changed? God's law is good and a blessing.  "Wherefore the law is holy, and the commandment holy, and just, and good."  (Romans 7:12).  James 1:25 says, ”But whoso looketh into the perfect law of liberty, and continueth therein, he being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the work, this man shall be blessed in his deed.” Jesus said "Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one title shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.  Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven."  (Matthew 5:18-19). What would Jesus do?  In John 15:10 Jesus said "I have kept my father's commandments" and we can also find from scripture that Jesus attended church on the Sabbath day.  "And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up: and, as his custom was, he went into the synagogue on the Sabbath day, and stood up for to read.”  (Luke 4:16).

Sunday Adopted for Political Reasons in Postapostolic Times
History reveals that it was because of political and social pressures that the
Sabbath was gradually abandoned for Sunday- long after the time of the Apostles.  Severe anti-Jewish attitudes developed in the Roman world during the first and second centuries.  As acts of repression, the Romans outlawed circumcision, sacrificing.
Sabbath keeping, and other Jewish practices.  Consequently, Christians, particularly at Rome, found it expedient to put as much distance as possible between themselves and the Jews, to demonstrate to the Romans that they were not Jewish.  One way they did this was to work on the Sabbath.  Sunday, which was already used by many Romans as a holiday, was a convenient substitute.  For a detailed account of this substitution, see the book From Sabbath to Sunday by Samuele Bacchiocchi (Gregorian Pontifical University Press, 1974).
When Constantine officially recognized Christianity in the fourth century, he put the power of the empire behind Sunday observance.  In the centuries that followed, the first day of the week became so firmly entrenched as the "Christian Sabbath" that even Protestant reformers could not dislodge it, though they claimed their authority from the
Bible and Bible only (Bible light.net/notsun.htm).
Sunday observance was adopted for the sake of political expedience and is based solely on church tradition.  The seventh-day Sabbath, on the other hand, is rooted firmly in the authority of God's Word!  Which is your source of authority?

For 25 years Father Enright offers $1,000 for a bible verse commanding Sunday observance:
(Extracts from a lecture delivered by Father Enright at Harlan, Iowa, December 15, 1889.  Reported by the Harlan American).  The attendance at the Catholic Church on Sunday evening was unusually large, many being unable to gain admittance.  The subject treated on that evening was "The Power and Authority of the Catholic Church.”  Father Enright claimed that the authority and existence of his church antedated that of the Bible.  His remarks upon Sunday observance created something of a sensation.  He said:     “My brethren, look about you upon the various wrangling sects and denominations.  Show me one that claims or possesses the power to make laws binding on the conscience.  There is but one on the face of the earth—the Catholic Church—that has the power upon the conscience, binding before God, binding under pain of hell fire.  Take, for instance, the day we celebrate—Sunday.  What right have the Protestant churches to observe that day?  None whatsoever. They say it is to obey the commandment, "Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy."  But Sunday is not the Sabbath according to the Bible and the record of time.  Everyone knows that Sunday is the first day of the week, while Saturday is the seventh day, and the Sabbath, the day consecrated as a day of rest.  It is so recognized in all civilized nations.  I have repeatedly offered $1,000 to anyone who will furnish any proof from the Bible that Sunday is the day we are bound to keep, and no one has called for the money.  If any person in this city will show me any    scripture for it, I will tomorrow evening publicly acknowledge it and thank him for it.  It was the Holy Catholic Church that changed the day of rest from Saturday to Sunday, the first day of the week.  And it not only compelled all to keep Sunday, but at the Council of Laodicea, A. D. 364 anathematized those who kept the Sabbath and urged all persons to labor on the seventh day under the penalty of anathema.

“Which church does the whole civilized world obey?  Protestants call us every horrible name they can think of — AntiChrist, the scarlet colored beast, Babylon, etc., and at the same time profess great reverence for the Bible, and yet by their solemn act of keeping Sunday, they acknowledge the power of the Catholic ChurchThe Bible says: "Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy."  But the Catholic Church says, "No, keep the first day of the week’ and the whole world bows in obedience” (The Holland, Michigan, Evening Sentinel, Friday, June 11th, 1976, page 7, quoting the Industrial American, of Harlan, Iowa, December 19, 1889).

In conclusion I find out that the bible is right about the Saturday Sabbath because it never change. But Sunday was given by men therefore it is a tradition and it will never be the seventh day nor the Sabbath day according to the bible.
 
 References
(Acts 18:4).  (Acts 13:42, 44).  Acts 20:7
Bacchiocchi, S. B. (1974). From Sabbath to Sunday. Gregorian Pontifical
(Bible light.net/notsun.htm).
1Cor 16:2 (Exodus 20:8-11, Ex16:26 Matthew 5:17-18) Matt 28:1, Mack 16:1,2,9
For 25 years Father Enright offers $1,000 for a bible verse commanding Sunday observance:
(Extracts from a lecture delivered by Father Enright at Harlan, Iowa, December 15, 1889. Reported by the Harlan American).  
 


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