Showing the UNCHANGED ORDER of the Days and the true Position of the SABBATH, as proved by the combined testimony of Ancient and Modern Languages.

No.

LANGUAGE
(Where Spoken, Read,
or Otherwise Used

1

2

3

4

5

6

Name of the
SEVENTH DAY

1

Shemitic
Hebrew Bible world-wide

Day One

Day Second

Day Third

Day Fourth

Day Fifth

Day the Sixth

Yom hash-shab-bath
Day the Sabbath

2

Hebrew
(Ancient and Modern)

One into the Sabbath

Second into the Sabbath

Third into the Sabbath

Fourth into the Sabbath

Fifth into the Sabbath

Eve of Holy Sabbath

Shab-bath
Sabbath

3

Targum of Onkelos
(Hebrew Literature)

Day One

Day Second

Day Third

Day Fourth

Day Fifth

Day the Sixth

Yom hash-shab-bath
Day the Sabbath

4

Targum Dialect of the
Jews in Kurdistan

Day One of the Seven

Day 2nd of the Seven

Day 3rd of the Seven

Day 4th of the Seven

Day 5th of the Seven

Day of Eve
(of Sabbath)

yoy-met sha-bat kodesh
Holy Sabbath Day

5

Ancient Syriac
*Each day proceeds on,
and belongs to the Sabbath

One into Sabbath

Two into Sabbath

Three into Sabbath

Four into Sabbath

Five into Sabbath

Eve
(of Sabbath)

Shab-ba-tho
Sabbath

6

Chaldee Syriac
Kurdistan and Urdmia, Persia

One into Sabbath

Two into Sabbath

Three into Sabbath

Four into Sabbath

Five into Sabbath

Eve
(of Sabbath)

Shap-ta
Sabbath

7

Samaritan
(Old Hebrew Letters)
Nablus, Palestine

Day One

Day Second

Day Third

Day Fourth

Day Fifth

Day Sixth

Shab-bath
Sabbath

8

Babylonian
Euphrates & Tigris Valleys Mesopotamia
(Written lang. 3800 B.C.)

First

Second

Third

Fourth

Fifth

Sixth

Sa-ba-tu
Sabbath

9

Assyrian
Euphrates and Tigris Valleys,
Mesopotamia

First

Second

Third

Fourth

Fifth

Sixth

sa-ba-tu
Sabbath

10

Arabic
(Very old names)

Business Day

Light Moon

War Chief

Turning Day or Midweek

Familiar or Society Day

Eve
(of Sabbath)

Shi-yar
Chief or Rejoicing Day

11

Arabic
(Ancient and Modern)
Westn. Asia,
E,W & N. Africa

The One

The Two

The Three

The Four

The Fith

Assembly
(day, Muham)

as-sabt
The Sabbath

12

Maltese, Malta

One (day)

Two (and day)

The 3 (3rd d.)

The 4 (4th d.)

Fifth (day)

Assembly

Is-sibt.
The Sabbath

13

Ge-ez or Ethiopic
Abyssinia
(Ge-ez signifies "original")

One (day)

Second

Third

Fourth

Fifth

Eve (of Sabbath)

san-bat
Sabbath

14

Tigre
Abyssinia
(Closely related to Ge-ez)

One (First day)

Second

Third

Fourth

Fifth

Eve (of Sabbath)

san-bat
Sabbath

15

Amharic, Abyssinia
(Nearly related to Ge-ez)

One

Second

Third

Fourth

Fifth

Eve (of Sabbath)

san-bat
Sabbath

16

Falasha
(Language of the
Jews of Abyssinia)

One

Second

Third

Fourth

Fifth

Sixth

yini sanbat
The Sabbath

17

Coptic / Egypt
(A dead lang. for 200 years)

The First Day

The 2nd Day

The 3rd Day

The 4th Day

The 5th Day

The 6th Day

pi sabbaton
The Sabbath

18

Orma or Galla
South of Abyssinia
(This language has two sets of names, the first
being the oldest)

Lady, Virgin Mary Day.
Great or Festival Sabbath

Second day.
First Trade Day

3rd Day to the Sabbath.
Second Trade Day

4th day to the Sabbath.
Fourth (day)

Fifth (day)

Assembly (day)

Last day of the half-week
inclusive of 4th day.
Little or Humble or
Solemn Sabbath
(A day of no ceremonial display and no work)

19

Tamashek or Towarek.
(From ancient Lybian or Numidian).
Atlas Mountains, Africa.

First day

Second day

Third day

Fourth day

Fifth day

Assembly Day

a-hal es-sabt.
The Sabbath Day

20

Kabyle or Berber.
(Ancient Numidian)
North Africa

Day the One (First)

Day the Two (2nd)

Day the Three (3rd)

Day the Four (4th)

Day the Fifth

The Assembly Day

ghas or wars assebt
The Sabbath Day

21

Hausa
Central Africa)

The One (1st)

The Two (2nd)

The Three (3rd)

The Four (4th)

The Fifth

The Assembly

assebatu
The Sabbath

22

Urdu or Hindustani
(Muhammadan and Hindu, India)
(Two names for the days)

One to Sabbath. Sunday

2nd to Sabbath. Moon-day

3rd to Sabbath. Mars

4th to Sabbath. Mercury

5th to Sabbath. (Eve of Juma)

Assembly (day)

sanichar - Saturn
shamba - Sabbath

23

Pashto or Afghan
Afghanistan

One to the Sabbath

Two to Sabbath

Three to Sabbath

Four to Sabbath

Five to Sabbath

Assembly (day)

khali - Unemployed-day,
Shamba - Sabbath

The CHART OF THE WEEK, is over a hundred years old. It is extremely valuable and almost impossible to find today.
Dr. William Meade Jones lived over a hundred years ago, and was a well-known London, England, research expert. He discovered in his studies that the Seventh-day Sabbath was the only weekly Sabbath ever commanded by Elohim in the Bible.
Jones decided that, since Scripture clearly shows that the Bible Sabbath was first given to mankind at end of Creation Week, --If Genesis 2:1-3 is really true, then two important facts would have had to be known throughout the ancient world: First, a fixing of the seven-day weekly cycle on a world-wide basis, and second, an ancient world-wide knowledge of the Seventh-day Sabbath.
Jones was convinced of this for several reasons:
1. Adam and Noah were both earnest worshipers of Elohim and would therefore have been faithful Sabbath keepers.
2. They would have taught their descendents about the Bible Sabbath, who would be aware of its original sacredness.
3. The truth that Elohim is to be worshiped on the seventh of each seven-day week, requires a seven-day week, even though they may have later turned to idols and left the worship of the True Elohim.
4. Therefore, as the descendents of Adam and Noah spread out all over the world, they would have carried with them these two important facts: Each week has seven days, and the seventh day of the week is the holy Sabbath given by Elohim to mankind.
Even though many of Adam's and Noah's descendents would become scoffers, Jones reasoned, all of them would still carry with them the twin truths of the six-day Creation Week, of Genesis 1 (by their keeping of the seven-day weekly cycle, and the Seventh-day Sabbath by naming the seventh day of the week in their language as the day of Sabbath rest).
William Mead Jones decided that if Genesis 1 and 2 were really true, and that if Elohim really created the world in six days and then rested on the Seventh day, then a majority of the languages of the world would prove the fact! And this, in turn, would be a powerful proof, not only that the Seventh day (and not the first) was the true Sabbath of Elohim, but also a dramatic proof that Genesis 1 and 2 are genuine, and that Elohim is our Creator!