Does the Bible Say We Should Keep Sabbath In The New Testament?

Does the Bible Say We Should Keep the Sabbath In The New Covenant? Are we to keep the Sabbath in the New Testament? The consensus is no!

“There is nowhere in the Bible that tells us to!” Is that really correct? Is that really so? Follow me as I reveal what I have found.

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  1. In Exodus Yehovah Elohim clearly says the Sabbath is a sign between him and the children of Israel forever, but people don't know what forever mean. Then in Isaiah 66 Elohim said Sabbath will celebrate in heaven like on earth looking at the burn bodies in hell every Sabbath. So that tells us the Sabbath never done away with.

  2. This is a much contended topic. And yet the Bible tells us so clearly and settles it all. If we are open to the Ruach and allow scripture to speak for itself, truth is right before us.

  3. What about this verse?

    Colossians 2:16 KJV
    [16] Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days :

  4. I would say I get the conscience thing, I had that happen to me today as I am looking for work and was provided with the fact that this company works on the weekend. I would say I am in more of a state of accusation rather than being excused. I was also reminded about the verse in John chapter 5 when Yashua mentions that his father has been working and so he works. Basically, I have also heard that the Messiah broke the Sabbath and so if he did, and he is Lord of the Sabbath, and the Sabbath was made for man, then his followers must as well. Yet, my conscience is still affected. I don’t want to say that I am confused, but it is quite the quandary. Please, if anyone would elaborate, that would be greatly helpful. I must say that I am encouraged to heed more to my conscience. Thank you and may the Lord bless you.

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