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They changed the Sabbath; he promulgated. - Inclination is their mourning.

Another one inspired by a recent discussion on the Sabbath. I searched for the phrase "they changed the Sabbath" in the Tanach. CodeFinder indicted one occurrence was expected to show up and 2 were actually found. The shortest skip (as usual) was extendable to "they changed the Sabbath He promulgated". The main crosses 2 interesting verses from the surface text.

In the original in Aramaic Hebrews 4:9 literally says: "It is therefore the duty of the people of God to keep the Sabbath" (Aramaic NT)

But in the KJV (the most revered and used English version) there is particularly biased and misleading translation of this verse:

Hebrews 4:9: "There remains therefore a rest to the people of God." (KJV)

Now even if this point is conceded, many will say that the “people of God” does not refer to us “Gentiles”, but the “Hebrews”. That argument is misleading as there were many Gentiles living among the Hebrews, to who this book was supposedly addressed. Furthermore, when examining history and Biblical prophecy, a great multitude of Europeans and European-based peoples are descendants of Hebrews (ask Jim he is the expert here). Lastly, the Old Covenant was given to the Israelites, not the Hebrews (Israelites are Hebrews but not all Hebrews are necessarily Israelites, just as not all Semites are necessarily Israelites).

Yet more people will argue (without the slightest suspicion as to why biased translators tried to conceal the Sabbath in this verse) that the verse speaks of a “rest in Jesus”. Firstly, it is clear from the Aramaic original and even the Greek, that the verse speaks of the Sabbath. Secondly, don’t just believe the KJV that the preceding verse is speaking of Jesus:

KJV (Hebrews 4:8): “For if Jesus had given them rest, then would he not afterward have spoken of another day.”

The “Jesus” in verse 8, is none other than Joshua, son of Nun, successor to Moses! A little-known fact is that Jesus and Joshua are equivalent names (Jesus = Yeshu’ = Yehoshua = Joshua), so it is easy to understand how this misunderstanding was made possible.

But if “Yeshu” can refer to Jesus, Son of Alaha, or Joshua, son of Nun, how can we be sure either way? Because the Aramaic, unlike the Greek, leaves no room for another interpretation. In verse 8, this figure is referred to as "éùåò áø ðåð", which means “Joshua the son of Nun”. We know that Jesus was not the son of Nun (while we do know that Joshua was, as seen in many verses such as Joshua 1:1), so this verse clearly speaks of Moses’ successor.

Let’s take look again at this crucial statement in Hebrews 4:9:

“Therefore the observing of the Sabbath remains for the people of God.”

After reading Hebrews 4:9, it is good to say, “If a person is not a “person of God”, then they needn’t worry about observing the Sabbath”. In fact, they needn’t concern themselves with any part of the Bible. With so many "scholars and academics" adding to or changing God’s Word to conceal this message of the Sabbath in Hebrews 4:9, perhaps we should pay attention...

Keeping the Sabbath is one of the 10 commandments:

Exodus 20:10:"But the seventh day is the sabbath of the LORD your God: in it you shall not do any work, you, nor your son, nor your daughter, your manservant, nor your maidservant, nor your cattle, nor your stranger that is within your gates"

And God even specifies it is "a perpetual (or everlasting) covenant":

Exodus 31:16: "Wherefore the children of Israel shall keep the sabbath, to observe the sabbath throughout their generations, for a perpetual covenant.
17 It is a sign between me and the children of Israel for ever: for in six days the LORD made heaven and earth, and on the seventh day he rested, and was refreshed."







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