Sunday, the first day of the week, has Roman roots as it was named after the Sol Invictus and originally called the ‘Venerable Day of the Sun.’ The Roman catholic church authorized Sunday as the ‘new’ sabbath based on the decision by the Council of Laodicea. With this monumental change from the practices of the first-century church, the Sol Invictus was worshiped, not HaShem of the Hebrew Scriptures. Every denomination that observes Sunday is the Sabbath has embraced this catholic mandate; even more deceived int believing it is the weekly holy day to remember Jesus’ resurrection.
Yes, the Jews Need Yeshua
The first time I heard someone state, “The Jews don’t need Yeshua, they have Torah,” a dagger stabbed my heart. For it is only through the blood of the greatest Jew who ever lived that has redeemed me from a life of sin, given me abundant life now and the hope of an eternity in God’s coming Kingdom. A statement like this is anti-semitic at its core and a doctrine of demons. It is a heresy that eventually leads to a denial of Yeshua as the promised Seed to redeem this dying world. This is what the Adversary desires; the removal of Yeshua from the good news of victory over sin and death!