What People are saying about ‘A Case for the 12 Hour Sabbath’ (JJ)

Excerpt from an article written by a person who read “A Case for the 12 Hour Sabbath”:

What is revolutionary to me is that there is no such thing as a 24 hour ‘day’.  A day encompasses (morning, day time, evening) and nothing else.”  This is what we need to share, so people can move a little closer to His will.”

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT ‘DOES THE WEEKLY SABBATH DAY REALLY BEGIN AT SUNSET?’

Excerpt from a website on the Sabbath:

“...a DAY starts at SUNRISE not sunset…”

More info

12hoursabbath.com/sabbathsunset.html

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What People are saying about ‘A Case for the 12 Hour Sabbath’ (II)

Excerpt from a forum:

A comment from one post:

“Check out this in-depth research on the day http://www.12hoursabbath.com

A comment from another post:

“The idea of day being only the hours of light has been discussed before, but I read the information you suggested anyway. I found it to be very informative and useful if I ever need to explain it all to someone else. The writer made perfect sense.”

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What People are saying about ‘A Case for the 12 Hour Sabbath’ (HH)

Excerpt from a post on this site:

“We have been studying the dawn start of the Sabbath for some time and came to the conclusion that the Sabbath started at dawn and ended at dark. We didn’t realize that others believed the dawn to dusk day until we looked on the internet and discovered the case for the 12 hour Sabbath web site. Thank you for confirming what we have been studying and believe.”

Thank you for the above post.

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What People are saying about ‘A Case for the 12 Hour Sabbath’ (GG)

Excerpt from an Email:

“Thanks!  Such a blessing to receive this…  I have been studying and praying and the scriptures you shared only confirmed more that sabbath begins at sunrise and ends at night or just before night.

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts and scriptures.”

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What People are saying about ‘A Case for the 12 Hour Sabbath’ (FF)

Excerpt from a website on the Biblical day:

“My hope is that this teaching will give you a better understanding on when the day begins and as well…understand when it ends. As mentioned; according to the Creator the day begins in the morning when the light breaks through…The day lasts as long as there is light as Scripture mentioned from the beginning…An in-depth study on this subject:   http://12hoursabbath.com/”

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Saturday Sabbath in History

This is a question from a reader of “Christian History” (part of Christianity Today magazine):

“When did the Christian church switch the Sabbath from Saturday to Sunday?

No specific names or dates are associated with the church’s shift from observing the holy day on Saturday to observing it on Sunday. At first, especially when many Christians were converted Jews, their holy day was Saturday. However, because the Resurrection and the beginning of Creation had both occurred on the first day of the week (Sunday), the church soon observed that day instead. (More Gentiles were becoming Christians as well, which contributed to a desire to shake off Jewish customs.) By the end of the first century, Sunday worship was the norm…

It’s important to note that the Sabbath was not simply moved; Christians altered the observance as well as the day. Hallmarks of the early Christian “Lord’s day” celebration, according to Justin Martyr (ca. 100-ca. 165), included readings from Scripture (particularly the Gospels), a sermon, communal prayer, and Communion—very different from Jewish Sabbath observance. By Jewish standards, Christians don’t keep the Sabbath at all…”

Christianity Today International/Christian History magazine, 2001 

 

saturday sabbath in history

John Snyder, in an article in the St. Louis Globe Democrat, of April 3, 1887, said: “Every instructed man knows that the Catholic Church gave to the Christian world the Sunday . . . And when Protestantism threw off the authority of the Catholic Church, it abandoned the only ecclesiastical foundation upon which Sunday can logically rest.”

Saturday Sabbath in History

“The Roman Catholic Church, sixteen centuries after the Nicaean Council, still retains the Sabbath of the Decalogue on its calendar, marking Sunday as the Lord’s Day and Saturday as the Sabbath” (Sabbath – The Day of Delight, p. 193, by Abraham E. Millgram, The Jewish Publication Society of America, c. 1944)