[wmscog] The Sabbath day n Resurrection day . Actually, Biblical Lord's day is the Sabbath day(Saturday) not "Sunday" "For the Son of Man (Jesus) is Lord of the Sabbath (Matthew 12:8), the Sabbath day is NOT "old covenant", we can see that Jesus and His apostles including apostle Paul kept the Sabbathday (LK 4:16, Act 17:2). Suday worship has been kept since AD 321. Sunday worship has nothing to do with Jesus or salvation.
After closer examination of the Hebrew and Arabic cultures in the region it is evident that the practice of polytheism was very commonplace. Likewise if we look at Biblical scripture, we see that the pagan worship again began to take hold in the world immediately after the “great flood”. With the descendants of Noah (Cush and Nimrod) this would eventually give rise to the ancient kingdom of Babylon around the time of the ‘Tower of Babel’ (Genesis 11).
Christian headcovering is the veiling of the head by women in a variety of Christian traditions. Some cover only in public worship, while others believe they should cover their heads all the time. The biblical basis for headcoverings is found in 1 Corinthians 11:2–16.
From the time of their first settlements, the ancient Israelites worshiped the goddess Asherah (Judges 2:13; 10:6). Biblical texts state Asherah worship was widespread through the time of Samuel (1 Sam 7:3-4; 12:10) and was royally sanctioned by King Solomon (1 Kings 11:5; 2 Kings 23:13). After the Philistines killed Israel’s first King, Saul, his armor was placed in the Beth Shean temple of Asherah (1 Sam 31:10).
“Itching Ears, False Worship & the Queen of Heaven” October 11 - Because something is popular, a religious tradition, or “the way we’ve always done it,” doesn’t make it biblical. In today’s Old Testament passage, God condemns the nation of Israel for their false religion and idolatry. Let's not be like them hearing only what we want to hear!
Joseph’s Tomb Restored Following Damage in Palestinian Riots 11.5.15 The Jewish holy site of Joseph’s Tomb was restored following Arab terrorist riots that damaged the site, in contravene to the Oslo Accords.