When is the Sabbath day? It is one of the most heated and debated topics in Religions everywhere: is there truly a day of rest, and if so, when is the Sabbath day? Is it the seventh day or the first day? Some people believe that every day is the same as long as you love God. Some people believe that Jesus Christ changed the seventh day of rest to the first day of the week, known to most as Sunday. When is the Sabbath day? Is there any significance concerning how people keep any day? The word Sabbath is a transliteration of the Hebrew word Shabath. Shabath means to rest.
There are now a sect of 'believers' who have gained powerful insight to the Shabath: the Lunar Sabbath (floating Sabbath). According to this theory of the 'floating Sabbath,' the day of rest is based off of the cycles of the moon. Using a moon based calendar, these 'believers' have calculated the Shabath truly occurs on the 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th day of every month, starting with the New Moon. The Lunar Calendar is said to be the most accurate calendar known to man! Wow! This a piece of cake! With the Lunar Calendar, we get a Lunar Sabbath (floating Sabbath), that comes at different times throughout each moon based off of the moon! Even a second grader could understand this, sadly enough, it sounds like a second grader could be responsible for making the Lunar Sabbath (floating Sabbath) up...along with the Lunar Calendar. With the use of the Lunar Calendar, the Lunar Sabbath (floating Sabbath) can not be proven in Turah, it is to be understood or implied. As strange as this may sound to those who keep a seventh day, weekly rest cycle, Lunar Sabbath (floating Sabbath), along with the Lunar Calendar are the hottest new doctrines out...please forgive the sarcasm. At some point, should we not just simply obey and stop being enlightened?
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