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Much media ado about nothing – Distraction from the biblical Sabbath

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The more the media reports on a certain topic, the more important it must be. But the reality looks completely different. Rather, the person overwhelmed with information should try to find out for themselves the actual relevance, from which they should be distracted in every possible way. This is particularly true for the so-called evangelical world and the biblical Sabbath that they reject.

The more noise, the more suspicious

Very few of the topics hyped up by the media have any relevance at all, assuming there is some residual element of truth in the story being told. If a topic appears excessively, daily, constantly, around the clock in the headlines and on every news ticker, then you can assume that something is terribly “rotten in the state of Denmark”. As a rule, a media bombardment is a diversionary tactic. The theses and antitheses formed around a topic can be a wonderful way to keep people busy and distracted from the really important things. In this way, the goals actually pursued can be conveniently and easily implemented in the background. This has always worked and will continue to work until the “judgment day”.

Example looking at Jerusalem instead of Rome

The world is looking spellbound at Jerusalem instead of at Rome

In the area of ​​the relatively newly defined “Abrahamic religions” (Christians, Jews, Muslims), such thematic maneuver primarily concerns the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Gaza Strip. A whole spectrum of the evangelical world looks spellbound to Israel and especially to Jerusalem. In the strange belief of a so-called pre-rapture, a large part of the Christian part of the Abrahamic religion sees itself in safe territory before the “Antichrist” appears. Afterward, the Jewish communities, the Muslims and also the “rest of the world” have to deal with the adversary that has appeared. Finally, a 1000-year kingdom of peace will be established on earth.

At least that’s the credulously adopted teaching from Jesuit pens and that’s why this end-time version confidently belongs in the realm of “Alice in Wonderland” (Info). Who else is looking towards Rome during this whole spectacle? Almost no one, although this is absolutely necessary (Info).

Old knowledge discarded

Almost no evangelical, Lutheran or Protestant church comes up with the idea of ​​reflecting on what the reformers between the 16th and 18th centuries recognized based on their findings from the Bible. They stated that the Rome system is the great adversary, the “son of perdition and the man of sin” (Info). Today, it has long been ignored and frowned upon as fundamentalism and extremism. Rather, an agreement must be reached under the sign of “understanding and mutual tolerance”, as expressed in Germany in the Charter Oecumenica (Info).

Sabbath remains the focus

Sabbath commandment
Sabbath commandment is not ‘Jewish’ (alone) – Valid for all people

If you look a little closer, you will see that the most inconspicuous thing is actually the most important thing. From the first attempts at running in Rome and Alexandria in the first century to the present day of the Roman Catholic Church, the biblical Sabbath has been the focus of its attacks to instead impose on humanity its pagan worship of the sun every Sunday (Info). Anyone who thinks that these are “old camels”, long since outdated and revised, is very much mistaken.

Old authority reaffirmed in 1995

The Church of Rome has only changed over the past century by changing its strategy. Dogmas from the earliest Middle Ages still exist today, and new dogmas (e.g. Assumption of Mary and Immaculateness) have been added. Shortly before the first major stage victory in the competition to destroy Protestantism achieved in 1999, the Catholic St. Catherine Church, Michigan, published a statement on May 21, 1995, about the “authority” of the church to change the biblical Sabbath to Sunday have.

Saint Catherine Catholic Church
The Church has always had a strong sense of its own authority. ‘Whatever you bind on earth is bound in heaven’, Jesus said.
Perhaps the boldest thing, the most revolutionary change the Church ever did, happened in the first century. The holy day, the Sabbath, was change from Saturday to Sunday. ‘The Day of the Lord’ (dies Dominica) was chosen, not from any directions noted in the Scriptures, but from the Church’s sense of its own power. The day of resurrection, the day of Pentecost, fifty days later, came on the first day of the week. So this would be the new Sabbath. People who think that the Scriptures should be the sole authority, should logically become 7th Day Adventists, and keep Saturday holy.

Hardly any dust is being kicked up yet

At the moment, the ball is still being kept very low when it comes to the topic of “Jewish Sabbath” and “Christian Sunday”. Although the installation of a globally binding Sunday day of rest is in full swing, whether this authority of the Roman Church, let alone the transfer of the Sabbath to Sunday, can even be justified is not even asked. After all, you don’t want to stir up dust. But even in advance of the emerging confrontation between the majority successor to “papal authority” and the remaining people faithful to God, the centuries-long arrogance of the Roman Catholic Church in relation to the Sabbath can be clearly traced (Info).

As the Church of Rome itself states, the Sabbath is one of the 10 commandments of God and not one of the ceremonial laws. The Sabbath commandment is found on the first of the two stone tablets of Moses (Exodus 20:8-11). Binding to this day, for all people (Info).

A sermon that was even broadcast on the radio proves with what languishing, almost crackling devotion even Protestant pastors dedicate themselves to the dedication of the sun and Sunday – Info.

The final call will be heard

Loud message
The loud call will not be ignored

But once the Sunday day of rest has been made mandatory, and that is as certain as the bell bag being passed around in church, then the “striking” difference between God’s command and the presumptuous power of the church will be clearly highlighted.

The loud, warning calls with reference to God’s binding commandment (Sabbath on Saturday) will no longer be unheard. These voices will be condemned as “crazy extremism” and fought with all severity, but people have still heard the truth and can decide for themselves. The justice of God is thus proven (Info).

The urgent warnings in Revelation 14 have been relevant for almost exactly 180 years – Info. Reason enough to repeatedly point out the obligatory Sabbath. The absolute final call to humanity will come with the activation of the mandatory Sunday day of rest, in whatever form, Revelation 18:4:

Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.

“Come out of her,” who is “her”? – Info

Bible verses from King James Version

Much media ado about nothing – Distraction from the biblical Sabbath
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