Satan keeps people confused regarding the actual Sabbath. Some worship on Sunday, others on Saturday.

Calendars have changed over the centuries, making things even more confusing. Even in Wichita, Kansas, various denominations differ on when they should honor the Sabbath.

Some say the Catholic Church changed the Sabbath from Saturday to Sunday. Seventh-Day Adventists claim that Saturday is the true Sabbath and not Sunday. Others say that honoring Saturday means we are honoring Saturn’s Day – Kronos Day. So again, which day is correct, as commanded by God?

According to, “Billy Graham…acknowledged the Sabbath truth but stated, ‘If I were to teach this truth, I would lose most of my listeners.’

“Jesus said we are to both obey and teach the law, and one cannot sacrifice truth at any cost. The enemy has gone to extreme lengths to make sure the Sabbath truth is not taught or believed and continues to go to extreme lengths and deceptions to keep us ignorant of this truth.’

“…The majority grow up with Sunday worship as their custom. It becomes…a mind set, and people are…very reluctant to accept change or alter their lifestyle. Saturday is also a day that is not convenient for most Christians [as] most would rather not know truth and go into denial. Because of these factors, even when a pastor is presented with the Sabbath truth, it becomes difficult to both accept and see. This instantly gives [Satan] the upper hand as he now just whispers in your mind, ‘the day does not matter. If it mattered, everyone would know about it and would be keeping Saturday.’ Sadly…too many listen and never investigate, and Satan continues to be victorious in keeping Christians ignorantly breaking one of the Commandments of God.”

Since we are in the end-times, it cannot be stressed enough, the importance of honoring the true Sabbath. God wants His Bride cleaned up and ready for His second coming, which is imminent.

So now, if you want to honor the true Sabbath set apart by God in His Word, instead of walking in disobedience:

The actual Sabbath begins at sunset Friday evening and ends at sunset Saturday evening.

“If thou turn away thy foot from the Sabbath, from doing thy pleasure on My holy day; and call the Sabbath a DELIGHT, the holy of the LORD, honourable; and shalt honour Him, not doing thine own ways, nor finding thine own pleasure, nor speaking thine own words: Then shalt thou delight thyself in the LORD…” (Isaiah 58:13-14 KJV)

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