What day is Sabbath? In many churches, they consider Sunday as the sabbath. But is that true from the Bible? Is the day important?
So “What Day is Sabbath?”
Did you know that the Catholic Church changed the day of the Sabbath? Why was it done?
According to historical records, in 336 A.D., the church in the Council of Laodicea decided that the solemnity be transferred from Saturday to Sunday, the first day of the week. The Catholic Church confessed to this – this being likened to “exalting itself over everything that is called God” (2 Thess 2:4). Thus, Daniel’s prophecy was fulfilled (Dan 7:25).
Many historical works provide evidence of this fact.
For example, Believers’ Questions and Answers published by the Hong Kong Truth society of the Catholic church records the altering of the Sabbath to Sunday.
What Day is Sabbath according to the Hong Kong Truth Society of Catholic Church?
The following is an extract from the book:
Q: What is the third commandment? (The Catholic doctrines do not include theoriginal second commandment. The fourth commandment thus becomes the third. The original tenth commandment was divided into two parts.)
A: The third commandment is the Sabbath. Q: What day is the Sabbath? A: Saturday.
Q: Why do we observe the Lord’s day?
A: We observe the Lord’s day rather than the Sabbath because in 336 A.D. the church in the Council of Laodicea transferred the solemnity from Saturday to Sunday.
Q: Why did the church replace Saturday with Sunday?
A: Because Christ resurrected on Sunday.
Q: By what power did the church alter the Sabbath to Sunday?
A: By the perfect authority God gave to the church.
So do you know now what day is Sabbath?
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