What verse in the bible that specifically mention Saturday is…

What verse in the bible that specifically mention Saturday is the Sabbath??

8 comments on What verse in the bible that specifically mention Saturday is…

  1. Sunday is the new Saturday…
    There’s no verse only where it says the seventh day Ex 20. The term Saturday didn’t exist. For all we know the Sabbatarians are worshipping on Wednesday without even knowing it LOL.

  2. Sunday: Rishon
    Monday: Sheni
    Tuesday: Shlishi
    Wednesday: Revi’i
    Thursday: Chamishi
    Friday: Shishi
    Saturday: Shabbat

    Leviticus 23:3

    “There are six days when you may work, but the seventh day is a day of sabbath rest, a day of sacred assembly. You are not to do any work; wherever you live, it is a sabbath to the LORD”

  3. Most Christians traditionally worship on Sunday. Sunday worship is partly attributed to Sabbatarianism, the view that one day of the week should be reserved for religious observance and worship, as required by Old Testament laws regarding the Sabbath (Exodus 20:8, 31:12–18). In this view, man is to abstain from all labor except that which is necessary for the welfare of family and society. This interpretation of the law contends that only on the literal Sabbath, the seventh day of the week (Saturday), can the requirements of the law be met.

    Scripture never mentions any Sabbath (Saturday) gatherings by believers for fellowship or worship. However, there are clear passages that mention the first day of the week, Sunday. For instance, Acts 20:7 states that “on the first day of the week we came together to break bread.” Paul also urges the Corinthian believers, “On the first day of every week, each one of you should set aside a sum of money in keeping with his income” (1 Corinthians 16:2). Since Paul designates this offering as “service” in 2 Corinthians 9:12, this collection may have been linked with the Sunday worship service of the Christian assembly. Historically, Sunday, not Saturday, was the normal meeting day for Christians in the church, and its practice dates back to the first century.

    Christians worship on Sundays in celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is very important to remember, though, Sunday worship is not commanded in the Bible, and Sunday has not replaced Saturday and become the Christian Sabbath. While the New Testament describes Christians gathering and worshipping on Sundays, it nowhere states that Sunday has replaced Saturday as the Sabbath. The key point in all of this is that we are not to limit our worship to any particular day of the week. We are to rest in the Lord every day. We are to worship the Lord every day.

  4. just sayings most of the people today use roman calendar and having a sabbath was based on jewish calendar.

  5. 1. Saturday is the Sabbath. Do you think millions of Jews would forget the day revealed to them at the Exodus all at the same time?

    2. The NT has NO Sabbath command. Neither Jesus nor the apostles command it for the church.

    3. Demanding what neither Jesus nor the apostles command is the height of arrogance, whether it be Catholic rules or any of the 7th day churches’ rules.

  6. God Is Love. Luke 10:27 Tells Us To Love God With All Our Heart, With All Our Soul, With All Our Mind And With All Our, Strength, And We Have To Love Our Neigbours As We Love Ourselves. The First Four Precepts Of The Ten Commandments Tells Us How To Love God And The Last Six Are The One That Tells How To Love Our Neighbour Even Our Enemy. God’s Commands Are Not Heavy God Is Giving Us Rest This Is How God Love. We Should Be Thankful Because God Give Us This Law This, And God’s Life Even Just For Me A Great Sinner. Lol

  7. Matthew 28:1
    After The Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene And The Other Mary Went To Look At The Tomb.
    ‘ After The Sabbath’ is first day, there are seven days in a week, before the first day is the Sabbath.

  8. The seventh day is the biblical sabbath, and eternal. Men changed it to Sunday, not God. As far as we can read in the NT they were keeping the seventh day sabbath, some 40 years after Jesus ascended. You won’t find anywhere in scripture where the sabbath was temporary or to be changed. You will find where we will be keeping the sabbath day in the millennium, though. Men changed it… not God or Jesus

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