The correct Sabbath is calculated from the New Moon.
That means neither Sunday nor Saturday is the correct Sabbath : they are both Pagan.
Correct Sabbath observance has been effectively abolished since around Jesus' time.
This is provable both Biblically and scholarly: www.creationcalendar.com
Good News: it is possible for us to return to correct Sabbath observance, those of us who would like to.
Isn't it nice to sit out under the stars at night?
I think a lunar-based Sabbath makes a lot of sense.
God is not the author of confusion (A.D. calendars): Man is.
For 6 months or so I have been having bible studies with members of the local Tucson Worldwide Missions Society Church of God.
There are some very sweet people in that church, I enjoyed getting to know them (Johnathan and Denise especially - awesome people).
I am relatively new to studying the Bible (maybe 2 years?), so I was very open to hear what their understanding of the Holy Book was: especially considering they believe themselves to be in the "one true church" through which salvation can be had.
The story is cleverly written, but something in me screams "OH HELL NO!" when it comes to worshipping a human woman as God, which when you get past the baby food to the "steak" is what's happening in there.
Me: .... "Uhm - that's a human woman, and you believe she's God?"...
Church: "Yes, because Revelation 22:17, Revelation 21:9-10, Galatians 4:26, Revelation 19:7, Zecheriah 14:8, and Ezekiel 47:1" and "ahnsanghong was the second coming christ who she is married to"......
Me: ....."I don't understand"....
I am actually quite disturbed since finding this out.
This is "idol worship".
God hates this stuff for a reason: it's gross and self-injurous.
When did the Great Pyramid get a capstone?
perhaps not as loudly as words
but with much more substance
I highly recommend listening to it
A "wicking pot" is a planter which has a water reservoir in the bottom ::: the reservoir holds water which is wicked up into the soil as needed. This allows less frequent watering, and keeps the soil perfectly moist.
Some of the juice and milk at the grocery store these days comes in some nicely shaped bottles. Here is how I upcycled one into a wicking pot to grow some herbs and flowers in:
First, I cut off the top of the container. I drew a line with a sharpie, level with the top of the "nutrition" information box. Then I carefully cut around the line with a craft knife (aka x-acto blade).
Then, using the craft knife, I bored 3 holes about an inch or so from the bottom of the container. These are for excess water to escape when the reservoir is full.
I filled the bottom of the container with small gravel (sand would also work) up to the holes. This is the water reservoir - when the plants are watered, water is stored down here, and gradually wicks up into the soil. This way the soil stays moist without being overly wet, and watering can be done less often.
Next I traced the bottom of the container onto an old t-shirt. Then I cut out the circle about 1/2 inch larger. I placed this circle of fabric on top of the gravel, tucking the edges against the sides of the container. The purpose of the fabric is to prevent soil from getting into the water reservoir.
I filled the container with soil, leaving a little bit of space at the top. Then I planted some seeds - I chose purple basil, english thyme, sage, and calendulas. (I know that's a lot for such a small container, but we'll see how it works out).
I added water until the reservoir was full, placed the container in a bright window, and waited for the seeds to sprout.
The outside of the pot could be painted - though I would leave the reservoir clear so the water level could be seen. These would make awesome gifts <3