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7th-Day Sabbath as a Sign Between Yahweh and His People

The 7th-day Sabbath: A True Sign Between Yahweh and His holy people who obey His Commandments

The 7th-day Sabbath as a sign between Yahweh and His people–what do I mean by this? Discover another amazing biblical truth!

Welcome back to the educational podcast, a spiritual podcast where the real Bible truth matters. My name is Elder Dan, your host. Today, I will delve into the depths of Scripture and explore the significance of the Sabbath as a covenant sign for Elohim’s people.

Specifically, I will be focusing on Exodus 31:13 in the Bible, where Yahweh commands his people to observe the Sabbath as a sign of their true covenant relationship with Him.

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In Exodus 31:13, Yahweh declares, “You must observe my Sabbath. This will be a sign between Me and you for the generations to come, so you may know that I am Yahweh, who makes you holy.” This verse highlights the importance of the Sabbath as a sacred commitment between Elohim and His people, a sign of their identity as holy and set apart for Him.

Throughout the Bible, the Sabbath is emphasized as a day of rest and worship, a time set aside for reflection, renewal, and communion with Elohim. It serves as a reminder of Yahweh’s creative power, His deliverance from slavery, and His ongoing presence among His people.

By observing the Sabbath, Yahweh’s people demonstrate their obedience and devotion to Him, recognizing His authority and sovereignty over their lives. The Sabbath is not just a day off or a religious tradition; it is a spiritual discipline that deepens our connection with Elohim and fosters a sense of community and unity among believers.

As followers of Yahshua the Messiah, we are called to honor the Sabbath and keep it holy, just as Elohim commanded the Israelites. By setting aside time for rest, worship, and spiritual growth, we affirm our commitment to Yahweh and acknowledge His sovereignty in our lives.

In a world filled with business, noise, and distractions, the Sabbath offers a sacred space for us to pause, reflect, and realign our hearts with Elohim’s purposes. It is a gift from Yahweh, a precious opportunity to draw closer to Him and experience His peace and presence in our lives.

However, it is crucial to remember that the Sabbath begins at Friday sunset and ends at Saturday sunset. This time frame is significant in honoring Yahweh’s command to rest and worship on the seventh day of the week.

Do not forget that the Sabbath is not Sunday; it never was! Yes, by observing the Sabbath from Friday sunset to Saturday sunset, we align ourselves with the biblical pattern established by Elohim and demonstrate our obedience to His directive.

So, as we mark the Sabbath as a covenant sign, let us honor its sacred timing from Friday evening to Saturday evening, setting aside this period for rest, reflection, and worship in accordance with Yahweh’s holy commandment.

Therefore, let us heed the words of Exodus 31:13 and honor the Sabbath as a covenant sign of our faithfulness to Yahweh, our Elohim. May we set aside time each week to rest, worship, and commune with Him, knowing that in doing so, we affirm our identity as His holy people and bear witness to His transformative power in our lives.

Let us embrace the Sabbath as a sacred gift and walk in obedience to Yahweh’s commandments, trusting that He will bless and sanctify us as we honor Him with our time and devotion.

Before I sign off, let me pray this prayer for you: May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; may Yahweh lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace in the name of Yahshua the Messiah. Amen.

To our beloved brethren and dear readers and listeners, thank you for joining me today on this journey through Scripture and reflection. Stay tuned for more in-depth discussions on the word of Elohim in the Bible and its significance in our lives.

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What is the Biblical Day to go to Church and Worship Yahweh?

The Biblical Day to go to Church and Worship Yahweh according to the holy Scripture

Hello. Welcome to this edition of the podcast. This is Elder Dan, your host. Today, I’ll talk about a topic that is very near and dear to my heart and that I believe needs attention, and that is: Have you ever thought about what the biblical day is to go to church and worship Yahweh?

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In the Bible, specifically in the Old Testament, it is said that Yahweh rested on the seventh day after creating the world. This day is referred to as the Sabbath.

Meanwhile, many religious groups worldwide typically worship on Sundays, but as sincere as they may be, they don’t decide biblical truth. Yes, sadly, only very few churches observe Saturday as the Sabbath day.

Now, be honest and answer this: As far as you know, is Sunday the correct day to go to church and worship our heavenly Father Yahweh? This is a question that has sparked many debates and disagreements within religions, and I hope to shed real light on this issue, but the answer is no to the question above. Why? I’ll explain it further below.

Firstly, let’s look at the historical and biblical context of the Sabbath day. In the Old Testament, the Sabbath was observed on the seventh day of the week, which is Saturday. This day was set apart as a holy day of rest and worship, a time to honor Yahweh and recharge from the previous week’s labor.

However, after the resurrection of Yahshua, many Christians and other religious sects started to gather on Sundays to commemorate the day that Yahshua rose from the dead. So, while Saturday is biblically considered to be the original Sabbath day in the Old Testament, Sunday has been man-made as a day of worship for many religions for centuries and has continued this tradition over time. But why? Answer: deception!

So, which day is the correct day to go to church and worship Elohim? The answer is Saturday, from Friday sunset to Saturday sunset, to be specific. The correct day for worshiping Almighty Yahweh does not depend on any man-made interpretation, personal preference, hearsay, or tradition of men but on the correct understanding of what’s actually written in the holy Bible. We must follow and obey Yahweh, not men!

For a very few, Saturday remains the day of rest and worship, in accordance with the Old Testament teachings. This is observed by those in Judaism, Hebraic, Seventh-day Adventist, and limited numbers of Christian churches. These individuals believe that adhering to the original Sabbath day honors Yahweh and sets them apart from the rest of the world.

And yes, Yahshua, the Savior Himself, observed the Seventh-day Sabbath, and we should too if we are to truly follow in His footsteps as believers! Always remember that Yahshua and His teachings are the same yesterday, today, and forever, according to Hebrews 13:8!

Yet many Christians worldwide gather on Sunday to commemorate the resurrection of Yahshua and to fellowship with other believers. This tradition has been ingrained in the Roman Catholic Church for over 2,000 years, and is blindly followed by the vast majority of Christian denominations. They’re led to believe in a concealed lie!

What’s important to remember is that any religious denomination itself is not what’s most important; it is the correct day, the act of worship, and that of honoring Almighty Yahweh that take place that truly matter.

Keep in mind that there’s only one true Elohim, one faith, and one baptism that is acceptable to Yahweh, the Almighty in heaven! Read it in Ephesians 4:5-6: “One Master, one faith, one baptism; one El and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all.”

Ultimately, the decision of which day to worship is not up to you and me– it is up to Yahweh Himself! Besides the correct day of worship, it’s very important that we take time to praise Yahweh, reflect on His holy word, and fellowship with our brothers and sisters in Messiah Yahshua.

To those of you who are still in the fence to believe me for what I’ve been saying here, I’d like you to think very deeply of the following words of Yahshua, the Savior Himself highlights in Matthew 7:13-14: “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.”

Do you know what the above words mean? It means that many are deceived, and if they continue on that path, they will be destroyed! While those very few who found the precious truth of the Bible will be rewarded eternal life when Yahshua returns back from heaven!

This concludes this podcast. Thank you for listening or reading. But before I go, let me pray this prayer with you: May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; may Yahweh lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace. All these things I humbly pray to Yahweh in the name of Savior Yahshua, our Master and King, amen. Halleluyah!

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