- Jul 18, 2017
I agree , it was also not even a day of the week at all, but he was in a vision of the future events, elsewhere refered to as "the Day of The Lord" To use this one verse to say sunday today is the Lords day, is false doctrine.
The "Lord's Day" was a special day of the week which had nothing to do with the day of the LORD". That is the day on which Christ arose from the dead and that is the day which was set aside -- BY CHRIST -- for Christian worship -- the first day of the week. And by God calling it "the Lord's Day" He made it the Christian Sabbath. Christ said that He is the Lord of the sabbath, and this is one way that He established His Lordship over the sabbath.
Just forget about your antagonism to "Sunday", since every day of the week (including Saturday) is dedicated to pagan gods and goddesses. This is just another red herring, and in fact Saturn was more evil than Sol or Helios.
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