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Fourth Commandment

4. "Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy."

  • by United Church of God
No, God has not authorized a change in His Sabbath. Humans changed it after the last of the apostles died, but with no scriptural authority or legitimacy.
  • by Steve Myers
Discover the amazing benefits of observing God’s seventh-day Sabbath. You might be surprised at just how much it could change your life for the better!
  • by United Church of God
Which day is the Christian Sabbath? Since most churches observe Sunday as their day of rest and worship, many people assume that Sunday is the Sabbath. Is it? And how do Christians observe the biblical Sabbath day?
  • by United Church of God
4. "Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy." The Fourth Commandment, to remember the Sabbath, concludes the section of the Commandments that specifically helps define a proper relationship with God—how we are to love, worship and relate to Him. It explains why and when we need to take special time to draw closer to our Creator on the seventh day.
  • by Good News
So when did Sunday, the first day of the week, come to be seen as a substitute for the seventh-day Sabbath?
  • by Good News
Most people have given little thought to what God says about the Sabbath in His Word. Here are some highlights: