This is the day designated by the Most High to worship Him in rest. Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy, Exo. 20:8. We were created in His image, and His image honored the Sabbath day first as witnessed in Genesis 2:3. If you worship God on Sunday which is not the ordained Sabbath, why do you do so? How did it all come about? Is it acceptable to change the order that the Most High God set in place. Your scripture says, that we cannot alter one word of His word until all be fulfilled.
For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.
When we interpret these scriptures to mean that Yashaya (so called Jesus) fulfilled the law are we believing that fulfillment was accomplished because of the scripture in Matthew 5:17 and now we are free from the words of the Most High God?
Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. KJV
“Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. ESV.
If this is how your doctrine develops its reasoning, while it is a good point, it holds an incomplete contextual representation. In Matthew 5:18 It does not say that we can move or adjust the law which is properly interpreted as Torah (Ahiyah’s teaching and instructions). It is reiterating that all that has ever been stated in the Law or the Prophets , which are in the Old Testament (Matt. 5:17) must be carried out to completion. This statement in the conversation is clearly Yashaya (so called Jesus) informing his disciples, and all who has an ear when reading this scripture, that until all the words of the TORAH are fulfilled we will not see a shift in the Kingdom. Yashaya ( so called Jesus) initiated the Messianic task of that season. One of the constants in the message of Yashaya is that He consistently adjusts our attention to recognize the Torah or the Law and the Prophets.
What is the sound doctrine upon which you stand to support your worship? The who , the what, the when, the where and the who of your worship? In Jew’ish customs, it is proper to study first and then go into worship. This is the absolute opposite of what we have done in the church. We have worshipped, praised, spoke in tongues and omitted to study upon what it is we are actually worshiping.
Loving you enough to tell you the truth…
Prophetess C. C.