TW: 13 European Nations Supporting Sunday Alliance

Sunday Church Naxos  Greece

“Sunday Church”, Naxos Greece


More in Europe seem to be trying to set the stage for mandatory Sunday “rest” as the latest TW News & Prophecy of the Living Church of God reports:

Sunday–a NO WORK day in Europe. 

“Everyone in the square says ‘no’ to working on Sunday. On Sunday, 4 March, thirteen European countries joined with the European Sunday Alliance, made up of various types of unions, associations of civil society, together with Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox communities, all together to confirm the special and fundamental characteristic of Sunday.” The peaceful demonstration held in cities throughout Europe involved thousands of people. “The Commission for Justice and Peace of the Croatian Bishops’ Conference” posted a document stating, “It is necessary respect Sunday as a day of rest for everyone,” and that Sunday is a day for both families and the Lord (,March 6, 2012).

What many do not realize is that Sunday worship is a non-biblical adaptation of the Sabbath, anciently promoted by the Catholic Church to facilitate the conversion of Sun-worshiping pagans. It may also become the “mark” or identifying sign of those who will be permitted to function in the coming European Beast power (Revelation 13:16-18).

As the end-time configuration of Europe emerges, we will probably see the issue of Sunday as the “day of rest” play a more prominent role in worship and politics. For more information on this topic, see our free booklet on The Beast of Revelation.

This advocacy of Sunday is not a surprising move. Future Sunday laws have long been considered likely by those of us who observe the seventh-day Sabbath.  The fact that 13 European nations are already supporting the “European Sunday Alliance” indicates that more will in the future.

Sunday was not the day of rest for Jesus, His disciples, the original apostles, or the early faithful Christians–they all rested on Saturday.

Sunday basically started to be implemented as a compromise with the Romans and Mithraism in the second century.  Sunday was finally codified in the fourth century by first by a law and then later by a council called by the Roman Emperor Constantine.  He in 331 A.D. then issued his famous Edict Against Heretics and persecuted those who held to the original Christian faith.

Sunday has been considered as “the mark of the Beast” by many.

Some articles of possibly related interest may include:

Europa, the Beast, and Revelation Where did Europe get its name? What might Europe have to do with the Book of Revelation? What about “the Beast”? Is an emerging European power “the daughter of Babylon”? What is ahead for Europe?
Sunday and Christianity Was Sunday observed by the apostolic and true post-apostolic Christians? How clearly endorsed Sunday?
Do You Practice Mithraism? Many practices and doctrines that mainstream so-called Christian groups have are the same or similar to those of the sun-god Mithras. December 25th was celebrated as his birthday. Do you follow Mithraism combined with the Bible or original Christianity?
Persecutions by Church and State This article documents some that have occurred against those associated with the COGs and some prophesied to occur. Will those with the cross be the persecutors or the persecuted–this article has the shocking answer.
The History of Early Christianity Are you aware that what most people believe is not what truly happened to the true Christian church? Do you know where the early church was based? Do you know what were the doctrines of the early church? Is your faith really based upon the truth or compromise?
What Do Roman Catholic Scholars Actually Teach About Early Church History? Although most believe that the Roman Catholic Church history teaches an unbroken line of succession of bishops beginning with Peter, with stories about most of them, Roman Catholic scholars know the truth of this matter. This eye-opening article is a must-read for any who really wants to know what Roman Catholic history actually admits about the early church.
Nazarene Christianity: Were the Original Christians Nazarenes? Should Christians be Nazarenes today? What were the practices of the Nazarenes.
Location of the Early Church: Another Look at Ephesus, Smyrna, and Rome What actually happened to the primitive Church? And did the Bible tell about this in advance?
The Sabbath in the Early Church and Abroad Was the seventh-day (Saturday) Sabbath observed by the apostolic and post-apostolic Church?

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