Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Return to the Father's Heart
So the Earth Will Survive
Robert B. Scott

Return to the Father’s Heart

This crucial book will pave the way for the of coming Elijah of Malachi 4:5-6, who is prophesied to bring today’s absent fathers toward their neglected or jettisoned children and bring the heart of believers back to their Father in heaven. The book offers a solution to a pervasive problem among men today: their inability to forgive abusive fathers. This modern-day Elijah will “restore all things” (Mat. 17:11), including the true gospel of the Kingdom or Family of God, revealing the dangerous error of the grace revolution leading to the appearance of the man of lawlessness, an evil leader who will fight the second coming of Jesus. Click HERE to order your copy today!



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Challenge to Creflo Dollar Pastor Robert Scott

Creflo, I call you Creflo, not out of disrespect, but out of probably a decade of learning from you and appreciating your teaching when you taught the Word of God and the blessing of the law of God. Now the law has become your enemy and you have thus become the enemy of God, helping a dear pastor from Singapore whose US HQ is seven miles from my boyhood home, to broadcast the infamous grace revolution. It is infamous to God because it is leading to the appearance of the man of lawlessness, whom Jesus will fight at His coming, along will all those who persist in teaching and/or practicing lawlessness, which the Jesus of the Bible condemns.

You have continued to promote this false grace at the Generals of Faith Conference, where we happen to know that one of those generals keeps the Sabbath day, the only commandment which should be translated under the New Covenant, Love remembers the Sabbath day, the seventh day, to keep it holy.

You told us to rightly divide the Word of truth, which you have been deceived by the “Lord,” not Jesus, to avoid. We pray for your repentance, sir. We respect your anointing, and pray that you will return to hearing Jesus and His Holy Spirit, who never inspires anything that is against the will of the Father as revealed by the Word, Jesus in print in the whole Bible and in the flesh. He was and is the God who spoke in the First Testament and the Second (John 5:37). He is the Word who never changes. You have insisted that He changes from the Sabbath to Sunday and from commanding all His commandments of love to abolish His law, which He has never done and never will do.

If indeed you are sincerely deceived and didn’t really believe what you once believed, you and especially the millions you have convinced that this old greasy grace doctrine dressed in new, deceptive clothing is true, will miss out on marrying Jesus.  If you would dare look at the whole counsel of God in His Word, you would see the error of the grace revolution, which is none other than rebellion against God’s good laws of love. You all would simply miss the first and better resurrection (Heb. 11:35), having to wait until a second general resurrection one thousand years after Jesus returns (Rev. 20:5 and nearly seven hundred verses). May the goodness of God lead you to repentance for preaching a false gospel, not the gospel of the Kingdom of God Jesus preached and prophesied for these last days (Mat. 24:14), and for disfellowshipping many of your church who stood fast on the Word of God. God bless you with the understanding of His truth. We do love you, and confront you in love as a brother in Jesus.

Shabbat Shalom! Pastor Robert Scott

The Triple Connection


            We asked our Father Love what new congregations needed to understand first and foremost as a basis of their lives as believers. He responded: forgiveness, identity in Jesus, and the Sabbath.

            Those of us who have kept the Sabbath have realized the connection between these three teachings and practices. Allow me to explain.

            God calls the Sabbath an identifying sign, a sign of who He is and who we are in Him. It’s a sign “that you may know that I am [the Eternal, the “I am”] who sanctifies you” (Ex. 31:13).

            A threefold connection exists in these three main teachings a new believer needs to understand and that few believers have ever accepted. Obviously, Jesus understood this connection. Luke 4:16 says that He kept the Sabbath “as was His custom…” He promptly opened the part of the scroll that established his identity as the Son of God, anointed to preach the gospel of the Kingdom.

            The Sabbath in the understanding of the Hebrew letters in the word has the following meaning: return to the covenant or cross. For Jesus it meant to return to His covenant with His Father so He would do and say what He saw His Father say and do. His intimacy with the Father was based in the weekly reminder of His identity in the Sabbath, His oneness with the “I am.” He knew He had been set apart by His Father. Being one with the “I am,” He knew that He was the “I am.”

             His identification with the “I am” costs him His life and His reputation. His brothers and sisters thought he was crazy and said so. Imagine the challenge.

            I don’t have to imagine it. I was attacked with a life-threatening illness in 1986. God saved me in His mercy from sure death, my former wife being told to prepare for burying me in three hours. God didn’t let me die, but because of my unforgiveness to a ministerial boss, there was a delay. This boss had challenged my identity, which I didn’t understand as a son of my Father Love and a brother of Jesus. That situation obliged my Father to allow problems to bring me back to Him.

            I went through twelve years of severe mental illness, wanting to kill myself several times. To this day, twenty years after all who really know me also know I was healed, my immediate family doesn’t think I am healed. Even my family in my native U.S. thinks I am still mentally ill.

            As Jesus lives in me, I must call on my Father’s gift of forgiveness to forgive my family, my birth family and the family of my first marriage. Jesus did. He forgave his siblings who cursed him with mental illness. He went through everything we could possibly go through.

             The key to the forgiveness Jesus displayed every day of His life was identity. He knew who He was. And that identity was refreshed and solidified every Sabbath day as He was reminded of who His Father was and who He was in Him.

            He didn’t allow Himself to be overwhelmed by the opinion of his family and the religious establishment, who called him demon-possessed.

            Our Father has taught us to lay down our problems every Friday just before the Sabbath so we could enter into the joy of the Sabbath and have our identity refreshed every week. If we don’t follow that command, we can easily be overwhelmed by our weekly challenges.

            God gives also the new moons to lay down our long-term burdens so we don’t have to carry them throughout our lives. We have a “Christian” world that has forgotten the covenant and the cross it represents.

            Today, we can emphasize the meaning of the word Shabbat that means, “return to the cross.” Jesus laid down His life for us to give us a new day every day, even if we murdered someone the day before. God always gives us a new day, and a true believer will always forgive us and give us a new day. God forgets our sin. Although a believer may not forget the offense, he or she will not bring it up and considers it as a past that doesn’t exist.

            That’s how God want us to consider ourselves, forgiven as if we had never sinned. And that’s where the problem is. Often we can’t forgive ourselves, so God can’t therefore forgive us. He delivers us to the demonic tormentors to drive us back to Him.

            You can see why God told us the first teaching that is most important is forgiveness, especially forgiveness of ourselves so we can walk in our identity.

             We can finally accept the identity we have in Jesus. Our Father said to Him before He did any mighty works, “This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.”

            When we accept our Father’s grace to forgive ourselves and others, we can then return to the cross, realizing that Jesus’ blood makes us exactly like Jesus. We can know that our Father sees us like He sees Jesus—exactly. As He is, so are we (1 John 4:17).

            John understood. Maybe that’s why he lived so long. He called himself “the disciple Jesus loved.” That’s who each of us believers are, if we will only recognize our identity. It’s easier for Sabbath keepers to understand this truth, but many Sabbath keepers haven’t accepted what their Father offers them—the grace to forgive others and themselves. This is why God told us forgiveness is the first thing.

            A Sabbath keeper should understand His identity in Jesus as a beloved son of Father Love, and he should have understood his need to forgive himself and give himself a new day every day. David was a man after God’s own heart. He gave himself a new day after committing adultery and murdering the husband of the woman he slept with.

            He didn’t live a live feeling sorry for himself and his fate. Jesus redeemed the situation, allowing him to marry that woman. Jesus had to allow the death of his young son because He hadn’t come to shed His blood to break curses, even from God.

            Today we can return to the cross on the Sabbath day, allowing ourselves to see ourselves as totally forgiven with our sins forgotten and erased by our Father because of Jesus’ blood. God has given us everything in the Sabbath day, identity and forgiveness, if only we will take advantage of it. Shabbat shalom!






Joseph Prince Caught in Heresy! Freedom Church of God

We love Joseph Prince. We pray for his repentance, and we follow our calling of crying aloud and showing God’s people their sins (Isaiah 58:1). Pastor Joseph believes there is no more law, which means there is no more sin and nothing to confess. But when we see that heresy is being preached, we must come against it and state clearly what the Word of God says.

Today, February 25, this man of God declared that Matthew 24 applied only to the Jews, since the Sabbath, mentioned in verse 20, was Jewish.

First of all, it’s not true to say the Sabbath was Jewish. Adam was not Jewish. Jesus made the Sabbath for mankind, not just the Jew.

Matthew 24 is not directed to the Jews. Jesus was talking to His disciples. While it’s true that most of them were Jews, not all were. The word disciple means follower. These men were followers and believers in Jesus. Today we call them Christians, even though the Bible calls them believers.

It’s ironic that the heresy Joseph Prince preaches is mentioned in this chapter, where Jesus warns us that many will come to mislead us and deceive us. The grace revolution is a major deception, which contradicts what the Bible says about the Kingdom of God and its laws of love. God loves all, but He hates lawlessness (Mat. 5:19).

Jesus said that the gate to death was a wide one. It doesn’t matter to God how many preachers teach heresy. His truth stands. The belief that this chapter applies only to the Jews is heresy. The belief that Jesus could not sin, and thus was not tempted in all things as we are, yet without sin, is a heresy. It doesn’t matter how many theologians agree with this heresy.

Pastor Joseph stated that anyone who minimized the truth that Jesus was fully man was preaching heresy. That’s exactly what he is stating, that Jesus wasn’t really tempted to where he could possibly sin. Jesus  said the flesh was weak, and He was in the flesh. Satan wouldn’t have wasted his time in tempting Jesus to worship him if such a thing wasn’t possible.

Jesus had to be like us His brothers “in all things” (Heb. 2:17) in order to truly understand us and be our High Priest. He said He could do nothing of Himself, without the Father’s help, and He says we can do nothing without Him (John 15:5).

Will the Jew who endures to the end be saved (Mat.24: 13)? No. Only believers will be saved. Many false prophets will arise and teach lawlessness, and most people’s love (not just the Jews) will grow cold (Mat. 24:11-12). Don’t fall for heresy!

Keepers of the Fourth Commandment, Arise and Unite! Pastor Robert Scott

To the relief of those of us who keep God’s days, the Christmas season is finally over. Which days are truly God’s days? God showed us years ago that the two major tests in the end time would be the name of Jesus and one of the commandments of Jesus involving God’s day of worship. Jesus said, "If you love Me, you will keep My commandments” (John 14:15). One of Ten Commandments is a test commandment as well as one of the first covenants God made with man. The Bible clearly says that this covenant will still be in force when Jesus returns to rule the earth. Yet the vast majority of Christians today have turned their backs on this commandment. They reason around the clear words of the Bible, which never ordained Sunday as the day of rest and worship. Few keep God's day today, and even those who do keep it, keep it alone. What does the Bible say about observing it alone? Read more…

In ignorance many claim that the New Testament never repeats the Sabbath commandment. Yet as you read the gospel accounts, you will discover that the Sabbath is mentioned more than any commandment. Jesus even said, "The Sabbath was made for man and not man for the Sabbath. So the Son of Man is [Divine Master] of the Sabbath” (Mark 2:27-28). 

Paul believed "everything that is in accordance with the Law and is written in the Prophets” (Acts 24:14). He declared that he had never committed any offense against the law (Acts 25:8). Never. That means when he accepted Jesus, he never stopped observing the Sabbath day. The writer of Hebrews declares, “So there remains a Sabbath rest for the people of God” (Heb. 4:9).

The writer leaves no doubt about which they was the Christian Sabbath, for he says that we must rest from our works as God did from His (verse 10). The member of the God Family who spoke with man in the Garden of Eden was the one who spoke the words of creation. He was Jesus before His birth as a man. Jesus made the Sabbath for man, and Adam was the first man, not the first Jew.

One of the purposes of the Sabbath is often overlooked, and it explains why believers who keep the Sabbath alone should seek out others in their area who observe the same day.

The Bible encourages us to "consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds” (Heb. 10:24). And how are we supposed to do that?

One of the ways is expressed in the very next verse: "… not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another; and all the more as you see the day drawing near” (Heb. 10:25).

The day of Jesus’ return is extremely close. As that day approaches, it becomes more and more important for Sabbath keepers to meet together when possible.

Why? The reason is that the Sabbath is the day of love, the day when the God whose name is Love convokes His people.

God says, "Gather My godly ones to Me, those who have made a covenant with Me by sacrifice” (Ps. 50:5). God's ultimate purpose is to gather His godly ones, plural, to Him on the day of His Sabbath covenant. It is indeed a sacrifice to come out of the world, even the Christian world that keeps the wrong day, and often receive persecution for obeying God.

 Those who choose to obey need encouragement. They need others to join with them and stimulate them to further good works. It's a day of fellowship with God and with other believers

God's appointed times are holy convocations, commanded assemblies where God tells us to come together to worship Him (Lev. 23:1-3). Sometimes we have to keep the Sabbath alone because we’re the only Sabbath keepers in a certain area.

In times past on our popular blog Sabbath keepers could connect. Now we are required to ask bloggers to include their emails. We don't do this to make your life difficult or to cause fear. We only do it because we are required to do so. We promise never to use your emails inappropriately.

However, posting your email so that you can post comments on a blog will allow you to communicate with us and receive answers to questions as well as to communicate other Sabbath keepers in your area who are seeking to fellowship with other believers.

 Years ago one young lady wrote how she yearned to fellowship with other Sabbath keepers. Her boyfriend and her began riding around the neighborhood and praying in the Spirit for revelation on a Sabbath home group. Her boyfriend received a word from God to stop at a certain house, where they were warmly welcomed into a Sabbath keeping group.

Finding a Sabbath home group may not be as miraculous for you, but you can make such an occurrence easier by posting your email on our blog and began posting comments. Who knows whom you may connect with in your area? You may be able to show love on the Sabbath day by your very presence as you fellowship with other believers who keep the fourth commandment.

God’s Times to Ask When, Why, and How Long, God? Pastor Robert Scott

God’s Times to Ask When, Why, and How Long, God?

 Millions of Christians are keeping Christmas again this year. But are these God’s times of celebration and introspection? When Jesus returns, He will command all mankind to keep the Sabbath and the new moons (Isa. 66:23). This is a secret Christians don’t know. There is another secret they don't know. They don't know when to complain and wrestle with God. There is a time for everything and a time to pour out our hearts before God. Most psalms of David were written on the Sabbath and the new moons. Asaph asked some troubling questions on the new moon. Why do others prosper when I have to go through these trials (Psalm 73)? Why are true Christians being persecuted and heavily tried when nominal Christians are being blessed? Stay tuned for the surprising answer…Read more…

Asaph understood the answers to his troubling questions when he entered the sanctuary of God on the new moon after he had wrestled with God about these questions (Ps. 73:17).

 Why is a congregation that has so much truth being tested and tried? Why does God allow its leading lady to pass away? Two of our deaconesses have passed away recently. Why?

 Is it like some Canadians are saying at the passing of Myles Monroe? Is it true that God took him? No, it's not. Satan took him and Satan took our deaconesses. God didn't cause it but He allowed it. He knows the end from the beginning. He knew certain congregations would be in disunity, which would allow Satan to have his way.

 After believers pass critical tests of maturity, Satan tries to take them out and he can succeed unless the congregation is in unity and speaking the right words. Wrong words can cause pain and even death (Prov. 18:21).

 The righteous man or woman is sometimes taken out to escape the evil to come (Isa. 57:1). They still have work to do, but they had passed important tests and God knew they were ready to go if Satan did take them.

 Should we ask God why? Yes, but there is a proper time and procedure for everything (Eccl. 8:6). When believers ask the whys and the whens of God at the wrong time, they can cause death. They can easily accuse the brethren. When they ask those difficult questions at the new moon, they often get God's secret answers to satisfy their curiosity.

 Knowing why God does things gives great assurance and confidence. While many Christians want to remain ignorant of those answers, others press on and find the answers as they wrestle with God on the new moon.

Why do we have to observe Satan’s days instead of God's days? When Jesus returns for a thousand years of peace, those who don't keep His days will be deprived of rain. If you keep Christmas, you'll go dry. Why can't we keep God's days and know God's secrets that He offers to His servants?

Jesus, as well as all the apostles, including Paul, kept the days ordained as God's days in Leviticus 23 (Acts 24:14).  We would have less and less questions and more and more answers from God if we did. We would be much merrier if we abandoned Christmas for the joy of Jesus received on His days.

Changing Your World? Or Changing Your Word? Pastor Robert Scott

Changing Your World? Or Changing Your Word?

 It is with sadness that we acknowledge the changes in the Changing Your World TV broadcast. We have learned much in the past from them. However, the change to the grace revolution has caused us to write an e-book on the subject, available on our bookstore tab at  We must begin to wonder whether it’s Changing Your World or Changing Your Word, referring to God’s Word. Saying the law is done away contradicts the meaning of the whole Bible. This is a dangerous trend, the end-time falling away, leading to the man of lawlessness.

 People have always tried to twist Romans 14, but now that the belief that the Ten Commandments are done away has caused ease at misinterpreting Romans 14.

 Our e-book gives what we believe is the most thorough refutation of this apostasy. However, new twists arrive every day as they come up with new heresies continually.

 When you understand the true gospel of the Kingdom of God, you can easily see that a kingdom requires a King and laws. You can’t be part of the Kingdom if you refuse the true grace that empowers you to keep the laws of the Kingdom.

 The clear verses that stand out to me in refuting the Romans 14 twist are Acts 24:14 and Acts 10:14 and 28. That’s because people want to apply Romans 14 to the Sabbath and the eating of pork, which is not the context at all. It's a matter of fasting on certain days of the week and abstaining from meats, eating only vegetables.

 In these verses of Acts, Peter made it clear that ten years after accepting Jesus, he still refrained as a Christian from eating unclean foods such as pork. Gentiles were now declared clean, but not unclean meats. Regarding the Sabbath question, Paul clearly stated in Acts 24:14 and 25:8 that he had never committed an offense against the law of the First Testament, which included the Sabbath, one of the very important Ten Commandments.

 To explain further, we quote an excerpt from Bible Code Broken! …



Chapter 26: The Romans 14 Contortion -- or "the Sabbath Side Step"


            The terrible twists get worse. This is a desperate dance. It’s also called, “Looking for a way out of keeping the Sabbath,” a.k.a. the Sabbath Side Step.

Paul talks about days, but he never mentions the Sabbath in Romans 14. Yet many Christians believe that Romans 14:5-6 is proof Paul did not tell Gentiles to keep the Sabbath and that the days we keep are not an area in which we should be judged. The context is about eating meats or being vegetarian. The Didache supports the inference that specific days for fasting were involved. This early Christian guide to holiness says, “But not let our fasts be with the hypocrites, for they fast on the second and fifth day of the week. Rather, fast on the fourth day and the Preparation (Friday)” (Chapter 8).

            Eating habits and the way and times that we fast are intensely personal matters. Paul did not and the church should not legislate in these areas. On the other hand, which day we keep is not a private matter, although in some circumstances it may be. It is a public decision practiced corporately and this was the case with the organized church at Rome. Church leaders make such a decision, preferably according to the Word.

Paul writes: “Now I exhort you, brethren…that you all agree and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be made complete in the same mind and in the same judgment” (I Cor.1:10). In this same letter Paul said, “Clean out the old leaven so that you may be a new lump [spiritually], just as you are in fact unleavened [already, because you have put away leavened bread in preparation for the feast]. For Christ our Passover has been sacrificed. Therefore let us celebrate the feast, not with old leaven…but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth”(I Cor. 5:7-8).

The same apostle that spoke of “the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace” and encouraged the understanding that we are one body, one Spirit, with “one faith [set of beliefs]” (Eph. 4:3-5) commanded Corinthians to keep the Feast of Unleavened Bread. If they kept the high days or annual Sabbaths and were physically unleavened at feast time, they obviously kept the weekly Sabbath.

“Each person must be fully convinced in his own mind” (Rom. 14:5). Could this refer to whether we keep the fourth commandment or not?  What about the sixth commandment? If you are not convinced in your own mind that it is wrong to murder, does that mean you can put a bullet in someone you don't like? Why do we sidestep the Sabbath but dance to the tune of all the other commandments?

None of the Ten Commandments, including the Sabbath, are directly in question in Romans 14. While it is helpful for a believer to be "convinced in his own mind" about the Sabbath truth before keeping it, obeying what you see in the Word will add greater understanding (Ps. 111:10). The Holy Spirit leads us into all truth (John 16:13) and it is His job, not ours, to convict you of the Sabbath truth. It is nevertheless the truth, whether you agree with it or not.

Paul is giving guidelines here about matters that are private and not always spelled out in the Scripture. The Sabbath is spelled out. If the Holy Spirit doesn’t tell us, would not common sense tell us what Paul was not saying? He was not saying that it doesn’t matter which day we keep as holy to God. God never said all days were holy and that we could choose any day to keep, that all days were alike to Him as far as corporate worship is concerned. He said He made the seventh day holy – no other. He ordained holy convocations on the seventh day and on no other day.

We may wisely do our best to avoid offending others by the manner in which we keep the Sabbath day. The day we choose, however, is not up for discussion. It does matter to God. He did not suggest that we make up our minds which day was holy. He commanded us to remember the seventh day (Ex. 20:8,10). It is not called the day of the Jews but the Sabbath of the Eternal – the Sabbath of Jesus. And don’t forget…He, Jesus, is the One who said, “Remember.”

Everyone can be convinced in his own mind whether he eats meat or is vegetarian. Each Christian can decide to drink wine or be a teetotaler, to choose to fast on the first Monday of every month or every other Tuesday or simply fast when he feels the need. We don’t judge our brothers in these personal matters. We don’t condemn them for not keeping the Sabbath either. The question of whether Christians should or should not keep the fourth commandment is not a matter that is decided by any individual. God has already said it. His Word is law. He cannot alter the utterance of His lips. And He will not change the time of the Sabbath no matter how many twisted arguments religious people invent.



We pray that you will understand that the Bible never sends mixed messages. Its theme message of the Kingdom is the same throughout, and the laws never change. They are only written on our hearts and we keep both the letter and the spirit or intent of God’s law, which are always an expression of love. Love is never done away!


Jesus' Day of Joy Pastor Robert Scott
Why Angus T. Jones calls the Sabbath a BlessingWe realized when we changed the name of a chapter in the Bible Code Broken book on our A-Z section to reflect what it was mainly talking about, the Sabbath, the views shot up! We believe people are searching for an elusive joy they can only find by meeting Jesus on His day of joy, the Sabbath. So we include here the complete blog entry revised a bit, a blog that was highly popular. Please tell us why you have personally experienced joy by keeping the Sabbath. Tell us why you can see the joy coming if you  haven't kept it yet.

Angus T. Jones, a teen TV star, begin keeping the Sabbath recently, and the word he enthusiastically used to describe it was the word, "blessing." Indeed it is!

See why this blog brought so many responses a year or so ago...

How was your week? Have you had “issues,” problems that you are dealing with that are not yet resolved? Whatever our issues, they are always difficult for us. So we thank God that many of us have received the truth about the Sabbath and how we can lay down three hours before Friday sunset our weekly cares to Jesus so we can enter His special day of joy and rejoicing, no matter what our weekly circumstances have been.  If you didn’t, do it now. Here are a few verses to consider along these lines: Rom. 13:1-12 … for now salvation is nearer than when we believed. The night is almost gone, and the day is near…. [Sabbath day picturing the end of Satan's mess that intensifies in these last days] Jer. 31:13 I will turn their mourning into joy…joy for their sorrow… [Jesus is coming to replace the days of sorrow and tribulation by His rule of love, peace and joy]. We have resurrected our popular blog by the same title, so please go right now to…   and tell us why you like Jesus’ day of joy.

Mat. 25:21"His master said to him, 'Well done, good and faithful slave You were faithful with a few things, I will put you in charge of many things; enter into the joy of your master.' [Sabbath day pictures the joy the world will experience when Jesus replaces Satan as world ruler].

Psalm 16:11 You will make known to me the path of life; In Your presence is fullness of joy; In Your right hand there are pleasures forever.

Sabbath is the day to come into the joy of Jesus in a special way, having laid down the troubles of the week. Have you laid down your burdens to enter into the joy surrounding the presence of our Father Love, Jesus and the Holy Spirit? While God is with us always, He poured His presence into this day. That's why it is called holy, and no other day is called holy.

We pray God's Sabbath blessing of abundant joy upon all who read this. To the men we pray strength and courage, to the women inner strength and gentleness, and to the husbands, the grace to deal with your wives with understanding. To the wives, we pray you will be like Ruth and like Esther, deserving of praise, women of excellence in whose mouth is the law of kindness. To the children, we bless you with hope for your future, that your shalom will be great. And to all, we bless you with Shabbat shalom.

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Sabbath Keepers, Arise! Pastor Robert Scott
Do you really want to ride on Satan’s head and on the heights of the Earth (Isa. 58:13-14)? If you do, you must pay a price many people don’t want to pay. God says that only those who are doers of His Word have a good understanding of it (Ps. 111:10). If they are not willing to obey what Jesus, the Word, says throughout His Word, in both testaments, they will not understand what will happen prophetically in these last days.
Furthermore, they will not understand their power to dominate Satan, and reading about that domination and how it works will be too much for them to take. So perhaps we should give a brief explanation of what it took about 300 pages to explain in Bible Code Broken!—The Truth about the Christian Sabbath.
It’s a thorough book about the Sabbath, and we believe it to be the first one written in plain language and covering all the major points and almost all of the silly, unbiblical excuses people have for rejecting it.
It is really quite simple. Problem is, Satan had a plan to bring warlocks into the church during the Reformation so he could be sure that the daughter churches breaking away from the mother would protest anything but the Sabbath. By the way, we don’t write, “seventh-day Sabbath,” because no such thing as a Sunday Sabbath exists in the Bible.
Furthermore, even if Jesus were resurrected on a Sunday, which we can prove He wasn’t, the Bible never says to celebrate His resurrection on Sunday. Never.
The Sabbath is the Sabbath. Sunday is never called the Sabbath in God’s Word anywhere. Never.
The Sabbath is the seventh day of the week, which can be verified in almost any dictionary or looking at almost any calendar. We say “almost” because Satan is starting already in his end-time effort to change the times and seasons of God. Daniel calls these efforts making “alterations in times and in law” (Dan. 7:25). But for anyone who truly wants to prove all things (1 Thes. 5:21), he or she can do so easily.
The Naval Observatory and other sources have confirmed that the seven-day week has never changed, even if calendar date changes have occurred. Such changes never altered the order of the seven-day week. And it is interesting to note that Jesus kept the seventh day, Friday sunset to Saturday, sunset (Luke 4:16) as the Sabbath He Himself had commanded as a day of rest and church assembly in Genesis 2:1-3, Exodus 20:8, and Leviticus 23:1-3.
When you understand that Jesus, not the Father, was the Word who spoke to men in the First Testament, and thus spoke the Ten Commandments, it’s a lot easier to see the Sabbath truth (John 1:1-18; 5:37).
Most pastors and church members today have been deceived by the Sunday lie, accepting it without searching the Word to prove it. They only twist a few verses to prove their tradition that comes from the mother church—not the Bible. She even told her protesting daughters that very fact at the end of the nineteenth century. You can see it for yourself (
Alas, what pastor has the courage to buck his almighty board that really runs things and risk losing the tithe money that pays him by telling the Sabbath truth to his congregation? Precious few indeed.
At this writing neither pastors nor members are able to overcome their fear of change and criticism. The sad truth is that they don’t trust Jesus to provide for them if they step out in faith and obedience to His laws.
Many believe, however, that “the law,” whatever that means to them, is now somehow done away. You must be legalistic, they say, if you contend we should obey the law. Yet if you ask any of these people which law, which one of the Ten Commandments, is no longer to be obeyed today, they will only point to one.
They will agree it is wrong to kill, steal, commit adultery, take God’s name in vain, worship idols, etc. But somehow they find a way to tell you that the Sabbath commandment doesn’t mean what it says.
So they are saying Jesus didn’t mean what He thundered on Sinai. They are saying He is lying when He says He doesn’t change (Heb. 13:8). And they think He was “just whistling Dixie” when He said in John 14:15, “If you love Me, you will keep My commandments.” Even the man many say hated the law, Paul, said your race did not matter, but “the keeping of the commandments of God” (1 Cor. 7:19).
Paul made a point here of not saying, “the commandments of Jesus,” which many believe are the only commandments Jesus meant when He said to obey the commandments to show your love for Him. While we know Jesus is God, when Paul used the term “God,” He was not referring only to Jesus.
But all that doesn’t matter to pastors who have rejected the Sabbath that most of them know is the only Sabbath the Bible talks about. It doesn’t matter that Jesus said the Sabbath was made for “man” (Mark 2:27-28), not only the Jew, and that He called Himself the “Divine Master,” as the Greek word based on the Hebrew adonai should be translated, of the Sabbath day.
As Master of the day, He never said not to keep it. In fact, more is written in the gospels about Him keeping the Sabbath than is written about Him keeping any other of the Ten Commandments.
Religious people reject the Sabbath today for different reasons than those religious zealots of Jesus’ day. They rejected the way Jesus kept the Sabbath in the freedom of the Holy Spirit. He left us an example of how to keep the Sabbath as Spirit-filled, New Covenant believers (1 John 2:4-6). Why don’t we?
It doesn’t matter to those who close their eyes to the truth that Hebrews 4:9-10 talks about a Sabbath rest that still remains for God’s people in the New Testament. And no matter how they want to spiritualize and explain that away, it is impossible to rest from our works “as God [Jesus] did from His” in a literal sense unless you are resting on the seventh day of the week as Jesus did in Genesis. While spiritual rest is included in the meaning, the meaning is not complete without the actual, physical rest on today’s Saturday.
Oh, have you heard one of the strangest arguments against the Sabbath? How they take one of the most powerful evidences that the Sabbath will still need to be obeyed in the last days, Matthew 24:20, and turn it totally around to say the opposite of what it is clearly saying is a mystery bound up in an enigma. Jesus was telling His end-time disciples in Judea to pray that they would not have to flee from persecution or to safety on a Sabbath day or in winter.
If winter exists in these last days, the Sabbath would also exist, which it does. Jesus said that while the Earth remains, “summer and winter…shall not cease” (Gen. 8:22). How much more would the Sabbath never cease to exist! It is an eternal covenant between God and man. Jesus made it with Adam, and according to biblical, covenant procedure, God would have to die if He broke the covenant. Adam did, but God can’t and won’t.
In the perfect world Jesus will establish when He returns, all mankind, not just the Jew, will keep the same Sabbath Jesus kept 2000 years ago when He walked the Earth, the same Sabbath the Jews keep today, the Sabbath that is a great blessing, not some curse as many believe.
Read it in Isaiah 66:23. Why would Jesus, who says He doesn’t change, give it to mankind in Genesis, reiterate in Mark 2:27-28 that He gave it to all men, declare that all mankind will keep it in the world Jesus will rule in the soon-to-come Millennium, but then declare it should not be observed from the second century to His return? Does that make any sense? In the world of those blinded by Satan from this simple truth, it somehow does. But it shouldn’t make sense to anyone willing to obey all of the Ten Commandments.
Isn’t it time you began to prepare for Jesus’ return? Isn’t it time you searched the house and found your Bible, blew the dust off it, and actually read and studied it—even obeyed it? If you don’t start to obey the Sabbath and the holy days of God we explain and post on, you will not be able to grasp what you are about to read. You will not dominate Satan. He will dominate you.

Witchcraft Defeated by Jesus' Blood 7 Pastor Robert Scott

We are adding Witchcraft #7 here because we were unable to upload the pdf, Spiritual Warfare on the radio site. We had to erase the previous copy (# 3-6) we wrote  on our blog posts on this subject because some important revisions were necessary. This document includes all the previous posts plus added material, even though it is not yet complete.