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|Why Sunday Is Important For All Christians by assamu1122(m): 8:15am On Apr 11|
In the Bible, there is a day called Sabbath day. Sabbath day is the 7th day of the week which in our understanding is generally known as Sunday.
Sunday is a day set aside for every Christian all over the world to go to church and worship God. In Nigeria, it is a special day for the Christians where in some cases, some will postpone all the commercial activities and either rest or attend church service.
In the book of Genesis 2:2, on the seventh day God had finished his work of creation, so he rested from all his work.
The context of the book of Genesis 2:2 is so symbolic for all Christians where God himself had already shown the way. Every Christian honor Sunday as the only day of the week where God Himself set aside for rest and to worship him.
Therefore, Sunday is important for all Christians in the world, because it is a special day ordained by God himself for mankind to rest as well as worship him.
|Re: Why Sunday Is Important For All Christians by AntiChristian: 8:23am On Apr 11|
Change it to some Christians. The seventh day adventist church goes to church on sabbath day which is Saturday.
Sunday is the first day of the week!
In Hebrew Saturday is called Shabbat!
|Re: Why Sunday Is Important For All Christians by harmargedon: 9:11am On Apr 11|
|Re: Why Sunday Is Important For All Christians by Dtruthspeaker: 9:33am On Apr 11|
It's supposed to be Saturday for Sabbath is the 7th Day not the 1st Day as A Result of the Deceit as Foretold by Daniel "Changing Times and Seasons"!
The Truth is Now in the Past, not in the present!
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