Sunday, July 17, 2011

The Saturday Sabbath Calendar Conundrum

Saturday Sabbath: Another Conundrum
Midnight in the Calendar Wars

Since Saturday Sabbath keepers observe their Sabbath by pointing to the roman gregorian calendar for the day, why don’t they observe time by the same calendar? Saturday on the roman gregorian calendar begins, and ends, at midnight; midnight to midnight. Period.

Since most, if not all, Saturday Sabbath keepers begin their Sabbath the night before at sunset Friday, they are actually keeping their Sabbath partially on Friday and partially on Saturday; according to the calendar they are using.

So they, Saturday Sabbath keepers, are not actually keeping Sabbath on the 7th day of the week at all. At least not all of it. They are keeping it partially on the 6th day, or preparation day (of their calendar), and only partially on the 7th day. This according to the calendar they claim they are keeping Sabbath on.

Let’s follow up this thought about part of one day and part of another. Saturday Sabbath keepers, by observing sunset to sunset of the biblical Hebrew day, are actually beginning their “Sabbath” on one calendar, the lunisolar calendar of scripture, and ending their Sabbath on another calendar, the roman gregorian. It is the blending of more than one system, in several ways. But there is a catch here. If the Saturday Sabbath keepers are ending their 7th day Sabbath at sundown Saturday, they are not fully keeping the full Saturday Sabbath, which according to the calendar they are using, would not end until midnight Saturday.

The only apparent solution for this seemingly sticky problem, is not only to observe the correct biblical  calendar, but to observe the correct Sabbath day as well; the one the Creator has outlined in His word.


  1. The Astronomically and Agriculturally Corrected Biblical Calendar, the Creator’s original reckoning of time, is clearly defined according to the ancient Hebrew Scriptures – and the rhythm of life is cadenced by the appointed times of the Creator.

  2. Henry; I would certainly agree with your comment, assuming no hidden or otherwise obscure meanings. Scripture tells us clearly the "machinery" that drives Yah's clock in the heaven's, are the sun, moon and stars.
    Thanks for commenting.

  3. the Torah and the Christian Bible read:

    Genesis 1:5 And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the EVENING AND THE MORNING WERE THE FIRST DAY.

    And after creating each day the verse-es ALWAYS end as "And the EVENING AND THE MORNING WERE THE second day, third day, fourth day, fifth day, sixth day.

    Then Genesis 2: 1,2 and 3 say: "1Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. 2And on the 7th day God ended his work which he had made; and HE RESTED ON THE 7TH DAY FROM ALL HIS WORK 3And God BLESSED THE 7th day, and SANCTIFIED IT: because that in it HE HAD RESTED from all his work which God created and made.