Asked in Shabbat
Why is Shabbat celebrated?
August 03, 2014 7:54PM
Its origin is in the Torah (Genesis ch.2, Leviticus ch.23,
Exodus ch.20 and many other passages).
The Sabbath is considered in the Jewish religion to be a day blessed by God (Genesis ch.2), a day of rest (Exodus ch.20, ch.31), and a day of strengthening ties with the family, the community, and with God.
Shabbat is both a commandment and a Jewish tradition.