“Only those who recognize that The COMMON GOOD concerns a man’s soul can explain why we should legislate rest on Sunday: to honor the God who on that day rose. This is why we call Sunday the Lord’s Day…For this reason…the Sabbath is the heart of all social legislation. Christian politics begins with the Sabbath. Our task is to secure it in law.” Catholic Herald, May 24, 2018. Leave it to Rome to confuse the issue, calling Sunday the Sabbath.

When Christ was asked about the end of the world, He said to read and understand the book of Daniel. The Protestant reformers held believed the little horn that grew out of the 4th beast [Rome Empire in Daniel 7 after Babylon, Medo-Persia and Greece] was the papacy that persecuted the saints, changed the Bible’s laws (vs 25) and claimed the title, ‘Lord God the Pope.’ His title, Vicarius Filii Dei (Vicar of Son of God, adds up to 666, Rev 13: (Google).

The Catholic Church boasts their change of Sabbath in the 4th Commandment to Sunday, the day of pagan sun worship, from the time of Constantine wishing to unite his empire. The Catholic Church acknowledges that there is no biblical authority for Sunday worship--they its basis is tradition.

But that’s also not true. The first day of the week is mentioned only once in the book of Acts, but Sabbath is mentioned NINE times--three of them as “every Sabbath” or from Sabbath to Sabbath as any concordance in print or online can show.

There is no text that identifies Sunday (the first day) as “the Lord’s Day.” The term is found only once in the Bible where John was in the Spirit on the Lord’s day” Rev 1:10 and it meant he was being shown visions of “the day of the Lord” (end-times as in Joel 2:11.)

The 4th Commandment shows the Sabbath is the 7th day, and it was instituted as a memorial to Creation. Christ said the Sabbath was made for made--we need it for rest and the family. Dozens of languages recognize the 7th day as Sabado (Spanish), Shabbat, or similar terms
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American pioneers gave a Constitution saying “Congress shall make no laws respecting the establishment of religion.” Whether we observe the Sabbath or not is between us and God.
We “render to Caesar the things that are Caesars (like taxes for roads) and unto God, the things that are God’s,” Matt 22:21. Caesar has no authority to define our duty to God.

Rome’s appeal for “the Common Good” is a ruse. The Sabbath is what God gave for the common good, but God wants our worship from a free will, not to be forced by the “Mother of Abominations,” like ancient Caesars commanded worship or death. Rev 17:5.

Early Americans saw the tyranny and persecution when Rome had the power to enforce its will. If we don’t see this, we were taught from laundered history books that were re-written. The reader might scan Foxxe’s Book of Martyrs or The Great Controversy, pdf online / below

To worship contrary to the Bible’s clear warning under a coming New World Order with the pope in charge will bring the plagues, Rev 14:9,10. The imagery is a harlot riding the beast of NWO in Rev 17. The clues can only fit Rome, city of 7 hills, mother church and drunken with the blood of saints.

As recently as Rwanda, the UN could have stopped the killing of a million Protestant Tutsis, but the UN (bowing to John Paul?) gave orders to let local [Catholic] government handle it. John Paul later said ‘sorry.’

None of this is against honest Catholic Christians who aren’t part of their church’s secret societies and don’t know the Vatican’s plan to rule the world. The word Vatican means divining serpent (Google) and they worship Lucifer (search YouTube). Those who go along to get along with NWO will suffer the plagues, Rev 14:9,10.

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Richard Ruhling is a physician whose focus in retirement is current events and Bible prophecy. His books/ebooks are on Amazon/Kindle, a non-denominational perspective.