We believe the Sabbath is the first day of the week and is to be set apart from the other days of the week and to be kept sacred and holy for religious purposes, by abstaining from secular work (when at all possible) and worldly recreations. Some people will argue that the Sabbath should fall on the seventh day of the week. But when God gave Moses the Ten Commandments, he stated that “six days shall work be done, but on the seventh day there shall be to you an holy day (Exodus 35:2 )”. It does not say that the Sabbath should fall on the seventh day of the calendar week, but that for six days work shall be done and on the seventh day shall be a holy day of rest. In western society, people normally go to work on the second day of the calendar week (Monday) and seven days from Monday is Sunday. We find in Acts 20:7 an early account of this practice. It states “And upon the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached unto them”. (Exodus 20:8 , Exodus 34:21 , Isaiah 58:13-14 , Exodus 31:15 ).