Why Did Shabbat Change from Saturday to Sunday?
In the Bible, the Sabbath was on the last day of the week, not Sunday. The history of the Church reveals the answer to this mystery. The Bible reveals the purpose and plan for Shabbat.
- Why the Church observes the Sabbath on Sunday
- What is the spiritual impact of this change
- What is the purpose of Shabbat
- How you can observe Shabbat
The Enemy’s Mission
Through changes in times and observances, the Church has been cut off from her blessings, one of which is her authority in today’s cultures. Replacement theology emerged.
This was all part of the enemy’s plans. Through replacement theology, the enemy has twisted many people's views of God and His Word.
At the heart of Shabbat, we can see the Father’s true intention towards us. He desires a relationship with us that accepts His invitation to set aside time and enjoy the blessings He gives us with a thankful heart.
Discover and understand the significance of Shabbat and the blessings that come from resting in the Lord.
Understand Why Shabbat Changed
Discover the Significance of Shabbat
Know the Purpose of Shabbat