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10 Proofs of the Resurrection: The Change of the Sabbath

by David Chadwick


We are taking two weeks to look at 10 proofs of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Proofs give evidence to something being true. I hope these proofs will also help you share your faith with skeptics and see their hearts become alive for Jesus.


Here is today’s proof: the change of the Sabbath from Friday to Sunday. 


For 1200 years, the Jews had celebrated Shabbat from 6:00p Friday to 6:00p Saturday. Really let that sink in. 1200 years! Imagine the depth of history and tradition in this way of life. Then suddenly, seemingly without any planning, the day of worship changed to Sunday - beginning with Sunday morning. 


Why? Because the empty tomb was discovered early Sunday morning. The Resurrection occurred on Sunday! It’s the heart of the Christian faith; “And if Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is in vain and your faith is in vain” (1 Corinthians 15:14).


But it is true. Over 500 people saw Jesus alive. There were eyewitnesses galore - enough to change 1200 years of tradition and history!


The Sabbath is now an invitation to remember the power of the Resurrection. It no longer has to happen on a specific day of the week. Ritualistic traditions don’t hold the power. Jesus Christ does. 


May we live with the same radical obedience that Jewish people showed when they recognized the change of the Sabbath. May we be willing to lay aside traditions of man to stand boldly for Jesus. May we surrender our earthly methods and practices for the ways of Jesus and his kingdom. And may we see his kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven. 


Why? Because Jesus is alive! Risen!


Forever and ever.


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Our "10 Proofs of the Resurrection" series was originally released in 2023. For additional resources on this subject, please visit our website.

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