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About Michael

Yeah, not much to see here yet. Still workin on it. Come back in a month :)

me /\/\ichael /\/\cCaffrey

If “the Truth shall make you free,” what will hold you captive?

If you want the truth, look for it. Don’t just accept whatever falls in your lap. Lies move like the wind, knock on your door and present themselves as rays of light, but Truth is like buried gold, hidden, waiting to be searched for, yearned for, dug up, treasured, and shared.

“Truth is not what I believe. Truth is not even what I know. Truth is fact. I may not believe it. I may not know it. That does not change it. It is there nevertheless, waiting to be discovered and believed. Truth does not depend on the unsettled and changing opinions of men. It was truth before it was believed. It will remain truth whether it is believed or not.” – Carlyle B. Haynes, When a Man Dies, p. 9

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5 comments

  1. Your web site makes the statement that you follow only scripture. If you keep Sunday or Saturday, then you are not teaching scripture only. The calendar you use, is the calendar on the wall. You will not find it in scripture. The calendar on the wall was an invention of Julius Caesar in the year 46 BC. In fact, it had eight days in a week. G-d gave Moses a calendar in Exodus 12. Christ did not rise from the grave on Sunday. My study at http://www.dayofworship.org explains all of this.

    Thank You for Your Time


    • I do keep Friday sunset to Saturday Sunset in accordance with scripture, which is the same sabbath Jesus kept and the entire Jewish nation has kept for 2,000 years since the time of Christ. Actually we are not on the Julian Calendar, that ended in 1582 via the papal bull (dont remember the name off-hand) that put us on the Gregorian Calendar which the world uses today. I am also aware of the good possibility that Christ was not raised on Sunday but then again, I don’t worship on Sunday in honor of His resurrection. Baptism is the act of remembering His death and resurrection, not Sunday worship. I have never heard of any calendar using 8-days per week. In fact, an article from the US Naval Observatory from I think the 1970’s stated there has never been any change in the 7-day weekly cycle. You can check it our yourself if you wish at this site, http://www.sabbathtruth.com/sabbath_changed.asp at the bottom of the page.


  2. Michael,

    I stumbled upon your blog during my continuing research on the Sabbath and the Ten Commandments… Thank you for your time and effort, for searching God’s word and sharing what you uncover and encouraging others to go deeper into His word to find the truth for themselves. Reading some of your story and your thoughts on the Sabbath is such a blessing and a breath of fresh air!

    Thank you.


  3. Christ rose on the Saturday night.

    http://imssdarm.wordpress.com/2009/08/30/the-new-testament-sabbath/

    9:17 For a testament [is] of force after men are dead: otherwise it is of no strength at all while the testator liveth.

    Tell me something, in the testament that Jesus had, he had the testament in regard to the way we receive salvation, when was the testament confirmed? On Calvary. When Jesus died the testament, the will was now in force.

    All that was done before hand was given out by promise but now it is confirmed, it is finished. Can you change a will after someone has died? Is that legal? Absolutely not.

    After Jesus was dead, there could be no change in the will, if here was to be a change in the document, the Sabbath, the change must take place prior to this preparation today. This must happen beforehand and not afterwards.

    For the very first Sabbath of the New Testament era, from here begins the new testament and in the new testament the very first Sabbath they kept it according to the commandment. The commandment was still in force. What about forty years later? For forty years it was not changed. There was no change in the law for those forty years.

    What was the Sabbath in the New Testament? Clearly it was the seventh day of the week.


  4. Thanks to God for his mercy.



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