If you are protestant most of us worship on Sunday but as long as you take at least one day to rest and worship Him im pretty sure God isnt going to strike you dead or ban you from heaven if you choose a different day. The term 'sunday' didnt even exist when God made the commandments. Nor did ant of the other days of the week. The whole 'it absolutely HAS to be Sunday and nothing else' is a legalistic point of view encouraged by the very traditional. If you worship your 'sabath' on saturday or any other day thats fine as long as you have A day. Sunday just works out best because it when most churches meet. However you could look for non-traditional churches in your area. Some of them hold services other days than just Sunday. In short - dont worry about it. Have A day of worship, which day doesnt matter.
Sabbath is the seventh day on Saturday, Monday is on Monday, Friday is on Friday and Christians worship on the FIRST day of the week to commemorate the believed resurrection which is on Sunday. Christian tradition doesn't keep the sabbath or move the sabbath to Sunday. +++ Now on the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul, ready to depart the next day, spoke to them and continued his message until midnight. -Acts 20:7 (NKJV)
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You are not under law like those who lived during Jesus' lifetime. Everything Jesus talked about was for the lost sheep of Israel. Now that He died, you came in under grace. ( it's not what you do, it's what you believe). And the moment God saw faith in your heart, He forgave you of all your past, present, and future sins. Don't go off willy nilly, but walk in peace about that. So, go worship Him Sundays or any other day you choose! Bye!.
The Sabbath is on Saturday, starting sunset on Friday eve and ending sunset on Saturday eve. When Jesus said Sabbath that's what he meant. In many languages the name for Saturday is derived from Sabbath: Italian (Sabbato), Spanish (Sabado), Russian (Soboti), Hebrew (Shabat), and many other languages as well. In English the name is the pagan day of Saturn worshippers. When God commands in the Decalogue to keep and remember the Sabbath and make it holy, God specifically means Saturday, and the neighboring verses make that clear. The early Christians also held Saturday as their Sabbath. But as you are a Christian, you can do whatever you want, and God doesn't care as long as you do not violate the Noahide Laws. Even if you work 24/7 365 days a year.
Saturday. The sun god was traditionally worshiped on Sunday. Sun god- God's son. Interesting how similar they are. What is even more interesting is how many people got this question wrong. It takes time to learn what the scripture is saying.