Christianity is one of the three monotheistic religions that exist in the world today. It is currently one of the most widespread religions with millions of followers and is based on the teachings of Christ, they believe in a single God. The largest Christian groups are divided into: the Roman Catholic Church, whose believers are called Catholics.
The Christian faith teaches that our life is a journey and that, in this case, death is a step we have for eternal life. In the case of those who follow the biblical teachings of Christ, life will be happy and eternal.
Such teachings that create the true support of the faith of Christians are described in the Bible, which in turn, is divided into two fundamental parts: the Old Testament and the New Testament.
Many people in the religious world believe that Christians should worship God on Sabbath and not Sunday, the reason why they believe that way is because, simply and simply, they cannot distinguish between the Old and New Testaments.
The fulfillment of the Sabbath is part of the Law that was given exclusively to Israel; it was included in his covenant with God, which provided their redemption. Under the law, the people of Israel were commanded not to do any activity on the seventh day of the week (Sabbath), except to rest and praise God (Exodus 20: 8-11). That day, it served as a reminder that God had created the Earth in six days and rested on the seventh (Genesis 2: 2-3), that He had freed them from the bondage of Egypt (Deuteronomy 5: 14-15), and that His promised Messiah would bring the true rest of redemption (Genesis 3: 14-15).
Save the Sabbath it was a Command Given to a Specific People, the purpose of the Sabbath has already been fulfilled and does not apply to us; Within the New Testament there is ample evidence that the Seventh Day or the Sabbath (or Sabbath Days) is no longer a requirement.
The New Testament The First Day of the Week (Sunday) is given importance because: Christ was resurrected on the first day of the week, Christ appeared to His apostles on the first day of the week, the Holy Spirit came and the church was established on the first day of the week, Christians offer (I Cor 16: 1-2) and participate in the sacrament every first day of the week.