Yisrayl Hawkins Explains What the Bible Really Says about the Fourth Commandment
Pastor at The House of Yahweh gives biblical explanation on which day it is Scripturally proper to call Holy in new article this week.
Yisrayl Hawkins, Pastor and Overseer at The House of Yahweh in Abilene, Texas, has released a new document explaining the Fourth Biblical Commandment. The Commandment, which is found in Exodus 20:8, says to remember the Sabbath day and to keep it Holy. Yisrayl says the Sabbath day is the seventh day of the week, which is Saturday and not Sunday, which is kept by most mainstream religions.
Yisrayl proclaims the day to worship and keep Holy has always been on Saturday, but it was changed to Sunday in an effort to trick the people.
“Believe it or not, there is a conspiracy to change the Scriptures and keep the people deceived. I’m going to expose who’s doing this and the reasons behind the deception,” Yisrayl commented.
The Fourth Commandment is just one of the topics discussed that was changed; the Name of the Creator is another. Yisrayl gives a thorough history of how the Name was changed in the Bible from Yahweh, to titles such as God and lord. He says this was also part of the conspiracy that he wants to expose.
“There’s so much that goes into this deception that has been spread, and many people have no clue. This letter is a must read and will open the eyes of every reader,” Yisrayl added.
Yisrayl says he has a focused mission to set the biblical record straight and make sure everyone knows the truth about what the Bible originally said. He believes once people know the whole truth, they will be able to make better decisions about their Faith that will ultimately affect their Eternal Life.
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