Keep It Holy
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The Reverend Dr. Gabriel Anan was born and raised in Ghana, where he received his primary and secondary education. He worked for the ministry of interior for five years before leaving for Great Britain to study law, shipping, and transport. His management training earned him the corporate membership of the professional bodies including Chartered Institute of Shipbrokers, Chartered Institute of Transport, and the Institute of Export. He later worked as a manager and director for five years before engaging in academic studies at the Greenwich University for his youth work qualification. He achieved a master of arts in voluntary sector studies before gaining a doctor of philosophy (PhD) in the area of church leadership and management of change at the University of East London. As a Church of England priest, he completed a BA in contextual theology at the Middlesex University. He also studied for a ba evangelical degree at Elim Bible College, now Regents Theological College. He has a vast practical experience in voluntary and charity organisations as he served as a chairman of Canning Town outlook, a board of director for Newham Credit Union, vice chair for Drew Primary School Governors for four years, and youth adviser for London Borough of Newham for over ten years. Currently, he is an associate minister at St. George's Church of England in East London. He lives in Essex, UK, with his family.

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THE PURPOSE OF THE BOOK

The main purpose of this book is for the dedication of blessing to brothers and sisters world-wide, to enable them to discern the revealed saving TRUTH (Luke 24:45) of Christ and turn to the Creator GOD for Salvation. The pressing question is this, why do some Christians worship on Sunday and keep it holy, and why aside from the SDA, and some Ethiopian Orthodox Christian Churches especially the keepers of the Ark of the Covenant, we have over 5000 denominations all over the world who do worship on the Seventh-Day, Sabbath, and keep it Holy? Some are: 7th Day Bible Church, 7th Day Church of God, A Church of God Ministry, A Congregation in St. Louis, Aaronic Order (House of Aharon), Abunda Life Church, Active Bible Church of God, Advent Fellowship of All Nations, and others.

South Sudan Seventh-Day Evangelist church in Ethiopia, Uganda, etc. London Ghana SDA in Newham, East London, and many others.

Who really invented the names of the days of the week that we Know them today; for instance: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday (saturn)? Where do these days derive from, are they found in the Holy Bible? However, what about the names and days given by the Creator God, are they found in the Holy Bible? see Gen. 1 & 2. Do the Sunday worshippers truly worship the Creator God or the creation the sun-god as in Romans 1:25 KJV? Did the Apostles write the Bible (The New Testament) for the Sunday worshippers who weren't in the existence by then, hence their desire to change and remove some verses, such as Mat. 17.21 KJV) from the KJV, thus not found in the New bibles? Or did the Apostles write the New Testament ONLY for the First Christians, and those who will follow their footsteps by worshipping on the Seventh-Day, the Sabbath?

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Who really invented the names of the days of the week that we Know them today; for instance: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday (saturn)? Where do these days derive from, are they found in the Holy Bible? However, what about the names and days given by the Creator God, are they found in the Holy Bible? see Gen. 1 & 2. Do the Sunday worshippers truly worship the Creator God or the creation the sun-god as in Romans 1:25 KJV? Did the Apostles write the Bible (The New Testament) for the Sunday worshippers who weren't in the existence by then, hence their desire to change and remove some verses, such as Mat. 17.21 KJV) from the KJV, thus not found in the New bibles? Or did the Apostles write the New Testament ONLY for the First Christians, and those who will follow their footsteps by worshipping on the Seventh-Day, the Sabbath?
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