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What day? - July 3rd 2012, 06:06 AM

like im just confused so What day is the right day to worship Saturday or Sunday can you please add your reason with it

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Re: What day? - July 3rd 2012, 01:12 PM

It depends on what religion you practiced. Most Christians worship on Sunday because if you read the holy bible it says in Genesis that God rested on the 7th day. So, that became the day of rest and most, if not all christians go to church on sunday.

It all really depends on the religion and what day that religion worships on.




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Re: What day? - July 3rd 2012, 01:44 PM

You can worship any day of the week. There are no restrictions on worshipping your God. Most Christians go to church on a Sunday, but I used to go to a group for worship on a Wednesday. The sabbath in the Bible was a Saturday at one point I think.


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Re: What day? - July 3rd 2012, 02:18 PM

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You can worship any day of the week. There are no restrictions on worshipping your God. Most Christians go to church on a Sunday, but I used to go to a group for worship on a Wednesday. The sabbath in the Bible was a Saturday at one point I think.
Yea i go to church on Saturdays and the reason for that is because the bible does say the 7th day and if you look on a calender the week starts wit Sunday which makes Saturday the 7th day well that's just my own put
   
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Re: What day? - July 3rd 2012, 07:51 PM

Saturday is the Jewish sabbath, while Christianity adopted Sunday in light of the Gospel narratives and Jesus rising on "the first day of the week" (Sunday in the Jewish calendar). Muslim men, meanwhile, go to congregational prayer on Fridays. There is no right or wrong day to go to worship, however - Muslims, for example, say prayers every day and both churches and synagogues will have services on weekdays as well. It comes down to personal preference and the rules of one's denomination at the end of the day.


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Re: What day? - July 11th 2012, 03:37 PM

It totally depends on what you believe.

Christianity - the sabbath day is typically Sunday (however really you can worship anytime and any place). However in Judaism it is a Saturday and Islam it is a Friday.




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Re: What day? - July 11th 2012, 04:10 PM

Like the others mentioned, it depends on the religion. Christians adopted Sunday as the 7th day of rest and many Christians go to church on a Sunday(they can also worship any day of the week though as well). In Judaism though, the sabbath day is on Saturday. So it really just depends on your religion as to what day your congregation would meet to worship together. Hope this helps!

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Re: What day? - July 12th 2012, 02:25 PM

Sunday is the first day of the week; Saturday is the last. Originally, God made the Earth in 6 days, and rested on the 7th day (Saturday). I think the word "Saturday" actually means "Sabbath Day" or "day of rest". In the old testament (which is everything before Jesus died and rose again), they were required to rest on Saturday. They weren't allowed to cook or work or clean on Saturday. However, Saturday was the day of rest, not nessicarily the day of worship. You could worship any day and every day and go to church whenever you wanted to. There has never really been a set day to go to church.

BUT, we now live in the new testament (which is everything after Jesus rose again). The bible says that it now no longer matters if we choose to celebrate the sabbath day of rest or not. Colossions 2:16 says to not let anyone judge you for what sabath days you choose not to celebrate. The reason is, for anyone who receives Jesus to save them from sin and becomes a Christian, he becomes their rest. We no longer have to rest on a certain day because we can instead rest in Jesus whenever we choose to.

The reason that most churches have their main service on Sunday is simply because that's the day that Jesus rose again. There is no requirement in the bible saying that we have to do this though. Lately, I've been going on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
   
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Re: What day? - July 12th 2012, 10:39 PM

Well it depends on religion, like others have said, but My church also has services like all throughout the week. Plus there are special days that are observed like Ash Wednesday and all that crap. We have two main masses on Saturday and one on Sunday. Sometimes people have places to go so they go on Saturday instead of Sunday. Heck I know a kid who goes on both days


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Re: What day? - July 13th 2012, 04:30 AM

You can worship at any time, but organized worship generally takes place on different set days for the three main religions. Christians formally worship on Sundays, as well as some gathering on Wednesdays, Muslims formally worship on Fridays, and Jews formally worship on Saturdays.



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