Deuteronomy 4:19 Was and is Against Pagan Sun Worship
A wide majority of Christians reject the Old Testament and have established their belief systems solely around the Holy Bible’s New Testament. There is no doubt that the Old Testament is the same as the New Testament. For example, the Book of Deuteronomy connects to the Book of Revelation.
Just compare Deuteronomy 4:1-2 to Revelation 22:18-19 and you will notice the connection between the biblical quotations existing to guide Christians to follow our Lord Jesus Christ.
Specifically, Deuteronomy 4:19 speaks against the worshiping of the sun (which continues to be part of cardinal Catholicism). The early Roman Catholics worshiped the literal sun during the existence of Pagan Rome. It is not controverted relevant historical information fail to counter the claim rendered in this article that the modern Catholicism we are all witnessing has been solely derived from the conflicting traditions of the early Pagan Roman Empire.
And although the God of heaven who created the Saturday Sabbath has warned us to keep His Ten Commandments, do we not see a growing number of Christians violating Deuteronomy 4:19 by keeping the former “working day” Sunday Holy? Should a person be regarded as a Christian if he chooses to maintain the Romish-created Sunday as his day of worship instead of respecting God’s Saturday Sabbath?
Posted: February 24th, 2012 under belief systems, Bible, biblical, Biblical quotations, Book of Revelation, Christianity, Christians, Pagan, Paganism, Papal, Roman Catholics, Sabbath, sun god/Satan, Ten Commandments.
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