Is Sunday worship the mark of the beast?


#1

Since the Scriptures state that the saints will always keep the Sabbath as a sign between them and their heavenly Father.
What makes people think that they can worship the Creator on Sunday?

BB


#2

[quote=BillyBayou613]Since the Scriptures state that the saints will always keep the Sabbath as a sign between them and their heavenly Father.
What makes people think that they can worship the Creator on Sunday?

BB
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Wow, if worshiping on Sunday is bad, then I’m really in trouble. I worship our Lord, not only on Sunday, but also on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. :eek:

Guess I better get used to the heat, huh?


#3

[quote=BillyBayou613]Since the Scriptures state that the saints will always keep the Sabbath as a sign between them and their heavenly Father.
What makes people think that they can worship the Creator on Sunday?

BB
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Is this another nonsense thread you are starting. You won’t even answer all the posters questions to you in the other threads you have started.


#4

If anyone has a legitimate question about this, there is at least one (but I think more) good article in This Rock that addresses this issue:

catholic.com/thisrock/1999/9902fea1.asp


#5

[quote=BillyBayou613]Since the Scriptures state that the saints will always keep the Sabbath as a sign between them and their heavenly Father.
What makes people think that they can worship the Creator on Sunday?
BB
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Something tells me that Billy is a lot of fun at family get togethers.


#6

[quote=BillyBayou613]Since the Scriptures state that the saints will always keep the Sabbath as a sign between them and their heavenly Father.
What makes people think that they can worship the Creator on Sunday?
BB
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Colossians 2:17–19: “Therefore let no one pass judgment on you in regard to food or drink or in respect to a festival or a new moon or a Sabbath day—things which are a mere shadow of what is to come, but the substance belongs to Christ.”


#7

I think this poster is a kid who is simply reading a lot of garbage and spreading it here. He isn’t able to back up his claims, so I wouldn’t waste my time, folks.


#8

[quote=BillyBayou613]Since the Scriptures state that the saints will always keep the Sabbath as a sign between them and their heavenly Father.
What makes people think that they can worship the Creator on Sunday?
BB
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Billy,
Please show us the quote that your talking about?

Brandon


#9

[quote=BillyBayou613]Since the Scriptures state that the saints will always keep the Sabbath as a sign between them and their heavenly Father.
What makes people think that they can worship the Creator on Sunday?

BB
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Seventh Day Adventist believe Sunday worship is the mark of the Beast. They are viruntely anti-catholic, however, so i wouldnt put much crededence in what they say


#10

[quote=Jabronie]Wow, if worshiping on Sunday is bad, then I’m really in trouble. I worship our Lord, not only on Sunday, but also on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. :eek:

Guess I better get used to the heat, huh?
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:rotfl: I like this answer, I’ll have to remember it :thumbsup:


#11

Re: Is Sunday worship the mark of the beast?

No and this subject has many threads before you post a new thread why don’t you do a search. This site has one of the beast search engines.


#12

[quote=estesbob]Seventh Day Adventist believe Sunday worship is the mark of the Beast. They are viruntely anti-catholic, however, so i wouldnt put much crededence in what they say
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The OP has worse problems than SDAism. As his previous posts show, he seems to lend credence to every half-baked religious theory out there.

As previous posters pointed out, he’s a “post and runner” — posting ridiculous statements, but not answering or replying to responses.


#13

Since EG White’s name adds up to 666 then following her is the mark of the beast.


#14

[quote=adrift] This site has one of the beast search engines.
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Ahh, the best beast search engine!


#15

He’s a member of “The House of Yahweh”, an anti-Catholic/anti-Christian cult. Look Here..
Pax vobiscum,


#16

[quote=BillyBayou613]Since the Scriptures state that the saints will always keep the Sabbath as a sign between them and their heavenly Father.
BB
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Exactly where in the Scriptures does it state this?


#17

[quote=Sherlock]Ahh, the best beast search engine!
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Rotfl :rotfl:
Blame it on the afternoon sun on the monitor. :whacky:


#18

We are not bound to mosaics Law on Sabbath. The Apostles with the guidance of the Holy Spirit made the Lords Day on sundays…


#19

Why does anyone let Billy Bayou even start these threads that don’t make any sense. I mean there is one thing talking about faith based differences, byt someone pulling things out of a hat, to see if someone will agree with him, or just attack the Truth. Whatever.


#20

[quote=Fidelis]As previous posters pointed out, he’s a “post and runner” — posting ridiculous statements, but not answering or replying to responses.
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Ah, he’s a troll. Is trolling allowed on CAF?


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