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We must neither add to nor take away from Scripture, Deuteronomy 4:2; ; Rev. The Heavenly Fathers name as given in the original inspired Scripture is YAHAWAH, Psalm 68:4; Isaiah42:8; Jeremiah ; and YAHAWAH is His name forever, Exodus -15; Isaiah ; 66:5.His majestic name is exclusive to the entire family of lord YAHAWAH, Psalm ; John ; Ephesians -15.The Sabbath day is a holy day of rest, Exodus 20:8-11; end points to that greater Millennial rest of salvation, Matthew -30; Luke -18; Hebrews 4:1-6.YAHAWAH freely offers the Sabbath as an opportunity to accept and experience His marvelous creation and redemption; Mark -28; Hebrews 4:7-11.He lived a sinless life; Isaiah 53:9; 1Peter ,and was resurrected from the dead by the Father after three days and three nights according to the Scriptures, Matthew ; Acts ; 1Corinthians15:3-4; and has now ascended into heaven sitting on the right hand of YAHAWAH our Father, Luke ; Hebrews .He is now our Advocate, our Mediator and High Priest, Hebrews 3:1; Hebrews ; through Him only can we approach the Heavenly Father, John 14:6. THAT the Holy Spirit (Rawkhra) is the invisible dynamic force, the mind, the power emanating from the Father and shared by the Son, Luke ; John 3:8; ; ; 1Corinthians -16.
The Bible is His truth and is of no private interpretation, 2Peter . THAT the Father is the sole Master Designer of all creation,which was carried out by His Son at the beginning of His creation, Proverbs, 31; Revelation ; Colossians -17.By consecrating a portion of our time that He has designated for our rest and worship, we show our subjection to His will, and recognize His dominion over our life and over the whole creation.A "Sabbath rest" remains for His people, Hebrews 4:9, a day of delight and not a day of works, Isaiah . The Hebrew calendar is different from the Roman calendar and does not start January first.Symbolizing the initial step toward righteousness and coming out of sin, this first day of Unleavened Bread on the 15 of Abib is a time we delight in observing, for this Sabbath begins the seven days of the Feast of Unleavened Bread.
The seventh or last day is also a Sabbath, Abib 21, and pictures the complete coming out of the worldly way of sin and rebellion to follow the righteousness of our Savior, Yahawashy the Messiah, Exodus , 20; Numbers -25; Acts 20:6-7.By participating in the Sabbath we express our belief in Yahawashy as the author and finisher of our Salvation, Hebrews 12:2.