Thank you very much for your response to our article Honour the Lord’s Day.
I’m well aware that some claim that we are not observing the true Sabbath unless we are observing it on Saturday. Some claim that the Emperor Constantine is the one who changed the Sabbath from Saturday and the reason we now observe it on Sunday is because the Caesar of Rome established the tradition in AD325 at the council of Nicea!
Actually, as far as I can see, the institution of the Sabbath was changed to the Lord’s Day on the first Day of the week by the Apostles chosen by Christ. As our Lord Jesus Christ rose from the dead on the first day of the week, and as the Holy Spirit was poured out on the Apostles on the Day of Pentecost, on the first day of the week, we read of the disciples gathering to celebrate the Lord’s Supper on the first day of the week (Acts 20:7). The Apostle Paul told the Christians to set aside their tithes and offerings on the first day of the week (1Cor 16:2). The Apostle John received his Revelation from Christ while worshiping on the first day of the week – which he described as “the Lord’s Day” Rev. 1:10.