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  1. Prove that Sunday is the Christian Sabbath

    A lukewarm, apostate, Babylonian Church is quite different from a church with has the real, and living and abiding presence of Jesus Christ. Find a church that teaches the truth as it is written in the Holy Word of God, that does not have a governmeny 501c3, which silences them.
  2. Prove that Sunday is the Christian Sabbath

    I wouldn't go by that understanding. He is simply saying that He Himself is Lord of the Sabbath Day. He is Judge, perfectly able to acquit His disciples, or tell them whether they are guilty of violating the Sabbath Day. And He certainly wasn't declaring their guilt. He can state what He likes on His Day.
  3. Vegans are a lot like Flat Earthers!

    May I ask, what are some examples that the majority of Vegans have bought into that would be considered disinfo?
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  5. Prove that Sunday is the Christian Sabbath

    Traditions, cultures, men's rules and regulations do not change the Word of God. God was the one who commanded burnt offerings.If they brought burnt offerings without love, they wouldn't have been accepted in the first place. The Jewish system was not intended to be a mere legal religion with no heart in it. With that said, the burnt offerings were from the ceremonial law, which was a shadow of things to come. The Sabbath is not a "shadow of things to come".
  6. Prove that Sunday is the Christian Sabbath

    What is liberating about forsaking spending special time with Jesus every week, on the day that He set apart specifically to spend with all His creation?
  7. Prove that Sunday is the Christian Sabbath

    "None are sanctified. Because all are sanctified." is contradictory, and makes no sense. If he means all are blessed, and none is one above another, that does not mean that none are sactified. It would simply mean all are sanctified. Also, please show where God Hismelf blessed every single day in the Scriptures.
  8. Prove that Sunday is the Christian Sabbath

    Yes, we indeed can realy know. If we can really know that Sunday is the first day of the week, as the Bible only says Christ rose on the first day of the week, then we can easily know which day is the 7th day of the week.
  9. Prove that Sunday is the Christian Sabbath

    I understand what the meaning of the word Sabbath is. However, this topic is talking about the "7th Day Sabbath", which cannot be violated with impunity. Those who love God will be willing to set aside His day of rest each week. We do the same thing with those we love. We set aside special time, and even days, to be with just them. God, being the One who has given us everything, is infinitely more worthy of such time being set aside for Him. Thus, the 10 Commandments, the moral law, the law of love, have traced within it our duty to do such a thing for God, who is Love.
  10. Is Jesus Your King?

    Circumcision is not in reference to the 10 Commandments. If it is, please cite the verse. As for what sin is, I will let John answer. And I will also let John answer as to what love is. 1 John 3:4 Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law. 1 John 5:3 For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments: and his commandments are not grievous. If you love God, you won't sin (violate the commandments). Those who openly violate the 10 Commandments do not love God.
  11. Is Jesus Your King?

    The Bible explains that those two great commandments are only summaries of the 10. Romans 13:9 For this, Thou shalt not commit adultery, Thou shalt not kill, Thou shalt not steal, Thou shalt not bear false witness, Thou shalt not covet; and if there be any other commandment, it is briefly comprehended in this saying, namely, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. If you look up the definition of a summary, you will see it literally means a brief comprehnsion. What Christ gave was a summary of the law. How does that mean we don't need to keep the 10 Commandments? It doesn't. If I summarized the rules of this forum that does not negate your necessity to obey each and every single point. It is the same thing here. When Christ summarized the 10 Commandments, He did not negate the necessity of Christians to keep the law. Rather, there is far more emphasis on our need to keep the law, because the law is the law of love. Failure to keep the law shows a failure to love God suprememly, and our neighbors as ourselves.
  12. Is Jesus Your King?

    There are no Bible verses that suggest that there is no such thing as secular work for a Christian. Everything a Jewish man was to do was also to be for God also, yet God still gave them the Sabbath to keep. It's not about whether we will be holy everyday or not. It is about setting that holy time aside for God, which is a requirement. We who love our friends, family members, etc. do the same thing with family, setting aside time and even days to spend with them. It is a lack of love for God that leads us to be unwilling to do the same thing for Him. And to be clear, this has nothing to do with with worshiping or being holy only one day a week. Everyday God is to be worshiped, everyday are we to be holy. What this is about, is about setting aside that day for Him each and every single day because we love Him.
  13. Is Jesus Your King?

    Context is key. Where is circumcision listed within the 10 Commandments? Those very same commandments that Christians still find valuable to this very day, howbeit, they keep the wrong day holy. What happens when a Christian gets unreasonably angry, and has hatred against a brother or sister? They are in need of repentance. They violated the 6th commandment, thou shalt not kill. What happens if a Christian makes a mistake on the Sabbath Day? Same thing, they need to repent. Perfection is required. And willfully violating one of the precepts is not perfection.
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