this was already in the old testament nothing new...they just forgot it...
lev 19:18 love your neighbor as yourself...see?
Christ called it a NEW Commandment. It cant get more clearer than this, or when Christ was asked which was the most important.“A NEW commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.”
just because people chose to worship on sunday doesnt mean He commanded or instructed to do so...
NOWHERE in the Bible or in HIS teachings did he instruct us to Keep the Sabbath.
Rather HE Is OUR LORD, Lord of the Sabbath and can change it if it suits HIM. It did and HE did
"The Sabbath" is not The Lords Day, no one should say it is.
The Sabbath is a Jewish Holiday for Jews under the law, period, should be the end of discussion for Christians, so-called. And it is.
Ive made my case for Christian worship on the Lords Day, Sunday, the first day of the week.
Christ rose on Sunday for one reason, it's because he chose that day. (John 10:17-18)
Christ said he has power to lay down his life and take it up again, no one takes it from him.
He chose only one day-Sunday.
people have also KILLED FOR JESUS..
Christ would not have us killing for him, but in defense of our lives, laws and our moral code.
sin is still around still needs exposing...sin is defeated through faith...but not actually that comes later...after the judgement day LORD'S DAY which depends on the LAW...the one Jesus did NOT change...
Jesus Fulfilled the law, it is over and invalidated, made perfect through HIM and now obsolete.
Nothing comes later, except HIS reign. Our Faith, works and sacraments are for NOW.
"These are the words which I spoke to you while I was still with you, that all things must be Fulfilled which were written in the Law of Moses and the Prophets
and the Psalms concerning Me" (Luke 24:44).
There is nothing left to debate.
The Old Mosaic Law is Fulfilled, Over, invalidated through HIM and HIS Resurrection.