Do you feel rushed, pressured, and stressed out? Do you ever feel like there is just too much to do and not enough time to do it? However hard you try, you never get caught up on all the things you need to do. There is always one more task, one more assignment, one more item to check off your to-do list. Let’s introduce you the concept of Sabbath.
Millions of people are rediscovering the truth about an almost forgotten commandment. A simple reading of the Ten Commandments reveals that the fourth commandment declares, “ ‘Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all of your work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God’ ” (Exodus 20:8–10).
But the majority of the Christian world observes Sunday, the first day of the week, as the Bible Sabbath, instead of the Saturday. Some people will say that it does not make any difference which day is it… Could it be that simple? And how did the change of the Sabbath from the seventh to the first day take place? Who changed the Sabbath?
The author’s aim is to show that a counterfeit sabbath will never give us the genuine rest we so much need, both for our bodies and for our souls. Even more, it looks like a challenging end-time issue…
SOME HARD QUESTIONS
“Is it possible that millions have accepted falsehood in the place of truth, and very few question it? Do you think it’s possible that most churches have set aside a commandment of God to follow human tradition instead? Could it be that this tradition has been around so long that it is accepted as truth, when it is solely of human origin?”
As you carefully study the biblical and historical facts in each of the eight chapters, you will find rock-solid evidence regarding the truthfulness of the Bible Sabbath.
- Rest for the Rushed
- Set Free to Obey
- A Day to Remember
- History’s Greatest Hoax
- Bible Answers to Your Sabbath Questions
- Keeping the Sabbath Wholly
- Exposing the Devil’s Deceptive Delusions
- Whose Flag Will Fly?
READ THE BOOK
STORY BEHIND THE TITLE
As you read these pages, be prepared for some shocking surprises and straightforward answers.
Reading this book can be dangerous if you want to maintain the status quo. It can be dangerous if you do not want your traditional beliefs challenged. It can be dangerous if the traditions of the church are more important than the truths of God’s Word.
The author makes such a timely appeal:
“Please make sure you remember the Creator each Sabbath. Take time now before the clash of allegiances makes it too late. Sabbath worship will transform your life. It will build up your faith before the crisis breaks.”