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Sabbath - Meaning: Noun: The biblical holy day observed by Christians. Instituted at the garden of eden. Genesis 2:2.  According to the bible.  The Sabbath is the seventh day of the week.  Saturday, however most  Christians worship on Sunday due to the Catholic church.  In the Convert’s Catechism of Catholic Doctrine, we read: Q. Which is the Sabbath day? A. Saturday is the Sabbath day. Q. Why do we observe Sunday instead of Saturday? A. We observe Sunday instead of Saturday because the Catholic Church, in the Council of Laodicea, (AD 336) transferred the solemnity from Saturday to Sunday…. Q. Why did the Catholic Church substitute Sunday for Saturday? A. The Church substituted Sunday for Saturday, because Christ rose from the dead on a Sunday, and the Holy Ghost descended upon the Apostles on a Sunday. Q. By what authority did the Church substitute Sunday for Saturday? A. The Church substituted Sunday for Saturday by the plenitude of that divine power which Jesus Christ bestowed upon her!   —Rev. Peter Geiermann, C.SS.R., (1946), p. 50. For more information view www.sabbathtruth.com

Sabbath – Meaning:

Noun: The biblical holy day observed by Christians. Instituted at the garden of eden. Genesis 2:2. According to the bible. The Sabbath is the seventh day of the week. Saturday, however most Christians worship on Sunday due to the Catholic church. In the Convert’s Catechism of Catholic Doctrine, we read: Q. Which is the Sabbath day? A. Saturday is the Sabbath day. Q. Why do we observe Sunday instead of Saturday? A. We observe Sunday instead of Saturday because the Catholic Church, in the Council of Laodicea, (AD 336) transferred the solemnity from Saturday to Sunday…. Q. Why did the Catholic Church substitute Sunday for Saturday? A. The Church substituted Sunday for Saturday, because Christ rose from the dead on a Sunday, and the Holy Ghost descended upon the Apostles on a Sunday. Q. By what authority did the Church substitute Sunday for Saturday? A. The Church substituted Sunday for Saturday by the plenitude of that divine power which Jesus Christ bestowed upon her! —Rev. Peter Geiermann, C.SS.R., (1946), p. 50. For more information view www.sabbathtruth.com

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