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    Christians Must Reclaim Sunday

    April 15, 2023

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    ...but God rested from all His creation on SATURDAY, not Sunday. The true Sabbath is Saturday. If we want to really reclaim the holy day we should change it back to the correct day!


    Read the 4th Commandment from God. Keep the Sabbath holy. One cannot pick and choose from the 10 commandments, one must obey all of them. Keeping Saturday holy is NOT about religion, rather, it's about keeping his commandments--all of them. Christians must reclaim God's ordinances and commandments!

    George Pet

    An old controversary is repeating from the 1890's. The origin of why Sunday vs. Sabbath is an issue in this country dates back to agitation over Sunday closing at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, and a response from Cardinal James Gibbons, Archbishop of Baltimore, MD.
    The issue made it to the U.S. Supreme Court and is well documented as shown below:
    "The Supreme Court said in a decision, "this is a Christian nation" (Holy Trinity Church v. U.S.), on February 29th, 1892. The Congressional legislation was bill H.R. 9710 (an emendation of H.R. 7520, the Sunday Civil Bill / Durborow World's Fair Bill), which was passed by the 52nd U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Harrison on August 5, 1892. It appropriated the sum of $2,500,000 to the Chicago World's Fair (Columbian Exposition), on the condition that the fair be closed to the public on Sundays." ...
    This controversy will not simply go away or be ignored. It must be resolved for those who claim to be Christians.


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