Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Ahnsahnghong and the Sabbath Day

In the Church of God World Mission Society I learned about the biblical Sabbath, the 7th Day in which God set apart from all the others so that we can worship Him and keep this day holy. I always thought that the seventh day was Sunday due to the fact that almost all Christian churches worship God on Sunday. But, through studying here at the World Mission Society Church of God I have learned that the 7th is NOT Sunday, but Saturday. This can be easily understood by looking back into history where the days of the week weren't always called Sunday, Monday, Tuesday etc. etc. They were simply called the 1st day, 2nd day, 3rd day etc. etc. It was in Rome where the 1st day was given the name Sunday as the day to worship their God, the Unconquered Sun. Wait a second, so this means that Sunday isn't the day God set aside in the creation of the world to worship Him and keep it holy? Yes. Saturday, not Sunday is the day which all Christians should keep because Christ and all the Apostles and Early Christians kept this day as a memorial of the creator (Luke 4:16, Acts 17:2, Acts 18:4).
How is it that the Church of God World Mission Society follows all the teachings of the bible? It is because Ahnsahnghong, the Second Coming Christ has come to shine the light on what has been hidden in darkness for a very long time. 2nd Coming Christ Ahnsahnghong has truly fulfilled all the prophecies of Jesus' Second Coming. Just like the disciples understood and realized Jesus through the prophecies of the bible, I should not be any different than them. I have gotten the chance to see God through the bible rather than other people's opinions. The Sabbath (Saturday) is a sign in which I can recognize and differentiate between the true believing church from the false ones. Also God will always be in the church that follows His commands and remains faithful to Him whether it's a big church or small attic. I really want to follow God's commands that are only in the bible, so that's why I will continue to try to learn more here at the World Mission Society. Until next time

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