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The Sabbath Question #2

February 11, 2010

QUESTION #2

How do you explain: “For six days, work is to be done, but the

seventh day is a Sabbath of rest, holy to the LORD. Whoever does any work on

the Sabbath day must be put to death.”

versus

<Col 2:16> “Therefore do not let anyone judge you by what you eat or drink,

or with regard to a religious festival, a New Moon celebration or a Sabbath

day.”

What changed between verses.?

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  1. marcusmaxis permalink
    February 11, 2010 2:41 AM

    I think that nothing changed. I think the scripture says dont let anyone judge you now that you are keeping the sabbaths and holy days. King james translation is better i think.

  2. February 12, 2010 9:41 PM

    Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days (Col 2:16, KJV)

    There’s the King James; even in KJV he is saying don’t let anyone judge you for doing or not doing these things. Between the Law being given to Moses and the New Testament, something did change; Jesus.

    Jesus fulfills the Law and the Prophets. The Jewish Sabbath is Saturday (that’s the seventh day, count them). Christians worship on Sunday, the first day of the week, because we are celebrating the resurrection. One of the criticisms of Jesus during his ministry is that he and his followers were Sabbath breakers. Jesus responded that the Sabbath is made for man, not man for the Sabbath. The Pharisees had again missed the point. Jesus told them they kept the letter of the Law, but missed the spirit of the Law. They were tithing out of their spice rack but letting the widows starve to death.

    One of favorite chapters in the Bible is Isiah 1. God asks who has demanded all of these convocations, and festivals, and new moons, etc. He tells them he will not listen to their prayers. They raise before him not holy hands, but hands dripping with the blood of the innocent. He tells them ultimately to “cease doing evil; learn to do good.” Gods wants them to provide for the widows and the fatherless, a call repeated in the New Testament (like in the Epistle of James). GOD HAS NOT CHANGED; but the old covenant has been replaced with the new through Jesus Christ.

    *All things are also clean for us to eat when received with thanksgiving, such as pork, shellfish, catfish and cheeseburgers. (Orthodox Jews cannot eat cheeseburgers because it has two different things – meat and dairy – mixed together.) We also shave our beards, wear cotton/poly blends and do all sort of the things the Old Testament Hebrews could not have done. If we are going to keep a part of the Law, then we must be bound by the whole Law. It is too much for anyone to bear, that’s why Jesus bore the burden for us.

    • February 13, 2010 12:11 AM

      Clark; Hello again.

      Do we really know what day it is? In the beginning… was a day 24 hours?

      Here is a snippet of another blog on this subject.
      Blog/qoute “say you are left on a desert island with no track of time. You count off seven days and call it the Sabbath. You worship God for seven years this way. Will God call you faithful or a rouge?” End blog/quote.

      Glen

  3. February 20, 2010 9:47 PM

    I can explain this one for you friend.

    Coloss. 2:16-17 Let no man therefor judge judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of a Holy Day, or of the Sabbath days which are shadows of things to come, But the body Is of Messiah.

    Folks this verse is a perfect example biased translation according to church Dogma. Some things you need to know about this verse

    #1 The word meat is BROMA, which means CLEAN ACCORDING TO TORAH LAW!

    #2 The word BUT should be translated FOR . Just as Messiah said the Sabbath was made FOR man

    #3 The word IS is in italics showing this word was added by the translators. It should read FOR THE BODY OF MESSIAH!

    This verse should literally be translated from the Greek as:

    Let no man judge you in regards to eating Food that is clean according to the Torah (5 books of Moshe) or in respect to drink, or in respect to a set-apart day (The Feast of YHWH Lev. 23) or of keeping the New Moons (Creator’s calendar is run according to New moons), or of keeping the Sabbath day and High Sabbaths of the Feast. Which are all set-apart holy rehearsals of good things to come FOR the body of Messiah.

    Constantine who was the high priest of Mithra, the Roman sun god, who was born on December 25th, changed the Sabbath to Sunday. Sunday has always been the day when the Sun god was worshiped. Constantine was a Mithra worshiper till the day he died. He printed coins in honor of Mithra Chrestos long after his conversion.

    Constantine also changed Passover to Easter. Easter is the Babylonian sex and fertility goddess of Babylon, who to prove her divinity changed a bird into a egg laying rabbit. (hence why Playboy uses the bunny rabbit theme)

    This stuff is utter pagan sun god worship that the early Roman church combined with the mystery Babylonian religions of sun god worship!

    In fact Yahushua of Nazareth (known better by his fake western nickname Jesus Christ) was born on the first day of the feast of Sukkot/Tabernacles which always occurs sometime in September or October on the pagan calender! He was not born on December 25th!

    Anyways, I hope this helps friend. I write about alot of this stuff on my blog if you want to click my name. I strip away all the man made religion both Gentile and Jew, and try to show the Real Torah keeping Hebrew Messiah, and not this person the churches teach.

    Shalom.

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