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What churches observe the Sabbath?
The sabbath is one of the defining characteristics of seventh-day denominations, including Seventh Day Baptists, Seventh-day Adventists, the Seventh-Day Evangelist Church, the Church of God (7th Day) headquartered in Salem, West Virginia, the Church of God (Seventh Day) conferences, True Jesus Church, the United Church of God, and the Church of God …
Are Christians required to keep the Sabbath?
No, Christians are not required to keep the Sabbath Day like many strict legalistic groups say. This is dangerous. Requiring someone to keep the Sabbath for salvation is salvation by faith and works. This is putting chains back on those who were free from those chains by Christ.
What does remember the Sabbath and keep it Holy mean?
“Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy” ( Exodus 20:8; see also DC 68:29 ). The word Sabbath comes from a Hebrew word meaning rest. Before the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Sabbath day commemorated God’s day of rest after He finished the Creation. It was a sign of the covenant between God and His people.
Should Christians keep the Sabbath?
Christians should not keep the Sabbath. The law of commandments contained in ordinances does not pertain to the New Covenant sons of God. Christians keep the Sabbath, or attempt to keep it, only because of a misunderstanding of God’s Word (1 John 3:1-2).