The Earth has operated on a seven-day cycle since the beginning of time.
Nothing in the Bible has changed that.
Nothing engraved in stone has changed that.
Throughout time, there have always been those who have counted the days since the previous Shabbat. They have counted the days left until the upcoming Shabbat.
They have ceased from their labors, as YAH ceased from His labors, from sunset on the sixth day until sunset at the end of the seventh day.
In world history, exactly zero cultures have established anything other than a seven-day week. Except for China, with an experimental 10-day week which didn’t work out so well. Apparently, the factory workers were all worn out, and productivity decreased.
Why the universal historical acceptance of the seven-day week? Why not eight? Or five?
How interesting, that ancient cultures never even considered changing YAH’s command. YHWH has Blessed and Set Apart (made Kadosh; made Holy) the Seventh Day for all generations, for all tribes, and for all time (Genesis/B’resheet 2:3).
Join the ancient tradition of counting the days. Everyone is welcome. What will you choose?