Will I Go to Hell for Not Keeping the 7th Day Sabbath Set Apart?

Instead of asking: “Am I really going to hell for breaking just one of God’s 10 Commandments?”

(Which is a foolish question according to Romans 10:6,7).

Ask these questions instead:

1. What is the reason that I want to disregard this particular one of the 10 Commandments? Search your heart.

2. What are the consequences and repercussions of discarding this one of the 10 Commandments? Find your answer in the Scripture.

3. What are the rewards and blessings of guarding and cherishing this one of the 10 Commandments? Find your answer in the Scripture.

4. Sin is defined as the transgression of the law (1 John 3:4). If I claim to be in Christ, and therefore dead to sin (Romans 6:11)… why am I not dead to my transgression against this particular one of the 10 Commandments? Ask God to show you.

5. What idol am I putting ABOVE the God of the 10 Commandments, the Creator of Heaven and earth, and the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ? Be honest with yourself

James 2:8-12
[8]If ye FULFIL THE ROYAL LAW ACCORDING TO THE SCRIPTURE, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself, ye do well:
[9]But if ye have respect to persons, ye COMMIT SIN, AND ARE CONVINCED of the LAW as TRANSGRESSORS.
[10]For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet OFFEND IN ONE POINT, he is GUILTY OF ALL.
[11]For HE THAT SAID, Do not commit adultery, said also, Do not kill. Now if thou commit no adultery, yet if thou kill, thou art become a TRANSGRESSOR OF THE LAW.
[12]So speak ye, and so do, as they that SHALL BE be JUDGED BY THE LAW OF LIBERTY.

THE ROYAL LAW AND THE LAW OF LIBERTY ARE ONE, BECAUSE THE FATHER AND THE SON ARE ONE!

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