The Lord’s Sabbath
The following material contains more than five hundred references to scripture and should be read with the King James bible in hand. This letter faithfully examines the arguments used against the fourth commandment and briefly reviews the truth of the process through which the first day of the week replaced the seventh. The rejection of the Lord’s sabbath is not a new thing, as it is written, “there is no new thing under the sun.” (Ecclesiastes 1:9).
Underlying the religious hostility against the sabbath day is the unconverted man’s natural loathing of having to fake obedience to an unseen God, providing sharp contrast between real servants of Christ who separate from the world (2nd Corinthians 6:17) and world-pleasing phonies (Galatians 1:10) who quite naturally dismiss as “cults” (Acts 28:22) all Christians not participating in the denominational circus (1st Corinthians 1:10-13). Religious “professionals,” of course, deeply resent the kind of absolute belief in the bible (John 17:8,14) that makes them irrelevant (Matthew 15:14); although the great bulk of modern “Christianity” effeminately follows such compromised men (Psalm 118:8), leaving a landscape littered with apostate incorporated tax-exempt “church” franchises variously expressing their contempt of God’s word by collecting tithes while entertaining themselves in faking “tongues,” “going back to the Greek,” and waving the federal flag (Hebrews 11:16). Continue Reading »