Email Tips: Holy Days of Obligation

This "tip" was originally delivered on Saturday, December 25th, 2010 .

If you are Roman Catholic you are late for one of ten
required mass events during the religious year.


They are called days of obligation. There are ten special
days of obligation on the calendar. The next is twelve days
away from today and is when some Catholic churches believe
Jesus was born. Both are wrong.

Some step out of the fight and celebrate all twelve days.
They even have a song about twelve days and what their
true love gave to them. (Hint: their true love is not God.)

Those who protest Catholicism do not observe days of
obligation. In fact, it is more obligatory to cancel meetings
at church for special days like the Super Bowl.

Meanwhile, the mystery of Christ teaches us that you don’t
go to church at all since you ARE the church (1 Cor 3:16).

There is no sabbath day to keep holy since you are not
waiting to be complete in a future covenant kingdom.

Read about the reason I hope people have for not following
holy sabbath days of obligation. (I am not that naive).

For his glory,

Justin “every day in Christ” Johnson

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