Does Romans 14:5 release us from observing the Sabbath?

I am a firm believer that the Scripture is the infallible Word of Elohim and in no way does ever contradict itself. If this passage was actually referring to the Sabbath then you would have to throw out the rest of the Scripture. Lets take a in depth look at this passage of Scripture and break it down to see what it is really referring to.

There is one who judges a day from a day and there is one who judges all days. But let each man be assured in the thoughts of his nefesh. (HRV Romans 14:5)

One indeed judges one day above another, another judges every day alike Let each one be completely persuaded in his own mind. (ISR Romans 14:5)

I will make three main points to show that this passage of Scripture not only does not refer to the Sabbath, but can not be referring to the Sabbath.

Many people are legitimately confused about Scripture out of true lack of understanding while others just plain reject the truth at any cost and this is why we as believers need to return to the truth and be set-apart from those who reject the truth.


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