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Sabbath Day

Saturday, the Worship Day of God

Christians all around the world seek to worship God and receive His blessings by observing the Sabbath Day. According to the Bible, God explicitly designated the seventh day as the Sabbath, promising blessings, spiritual rest, and holiness for His people.

“By the seventh day, God had finished the work He had been doing; so, on the seventh day, He rested from all His work. Then God blessed the seventh day and made it holy because on it He rested from all the work of creating that He had done.”

Genesis 2:1–3

Considering the spiritual gifts and love bestowed on this day, it’s crucial for all Christians to clearly understand what the Bible says concerning the seventh-day Sabbath.

To provide clarity, let’s examine Mark’s testimony concerning the resurrection of Christ:

“When the Sabbath was over… Jesus rose early on the first day of the week.”

“Saturday evening, when the Sabbath ended … After Jesus rose from the dead early on Sunday morning…”

These verses make it evident that Sunday is the first day of the week. Consequently, most Christians commemorate the Resurrection of the Savior on this day. Given that Sunday is recognized as the first day of the week in the Bible, it becomes clear that the Sabbath Day is the seventh day of the week, or Saturday.

The World Mission Society Church of God observes the Sabbath on Saturday as a memorial of the Creator, following the example set by Jesus Christ.

Learn more about the seventh-day Sabbath.