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bysapphireon 18 May, 2015 20:03
very interesting, when you look at persons’ concept of the sabbath. I think the sabbath isn't hard to keep. we as a people just want to have our own ways at our own convenience. which of course can be selfish.
byELECTO123on 26 Jun, 2015 20:38
I refer you all to the article in this forum on the topic of sabbath by ELECTO123
byBr Lawreon 03 Jul, 2015 23:25
Hi brethren; I'm very happy to join this forum. I greet you in the Mighty Name of Jesus Christ. May God bless you all!
I' m interested on this Topic- Why is it many people are bothered about knowing the Sabbath Day? Off course God rested on the Sabbath Day and instructed Moses to command it to His People! However my belief of the Old Testament is that "It was a shadow of what was to come- Jesus Christ" (Colossians 2: 16-17). Paul said Let no one judge you about Sabbath Day. Even though Christ came to fulfill the Old Testament, He came to deliver us from the 'power of the law' so that we no longer live by ourselves but Christ will live in us- Galatians 2:20.
Jesus himself is the Lord of the sabbath day (Luke 6:5-6; Mark2: 26; Mat 12:. So he who has the son of God observes the Sabbath Day. This means walking in Christ, doing what the word of God says - not for the sake of men but of God, you are daily walking in Sabbath.
So my conclusion is that the issue of the Days is not the matter but the Spirit. Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth and the Life!
Let me leave a Question to all those who want to know about days- what is it that you want to observe on the Sabbath Day which you should not be doing daily? Whatever your answer- why is it Christ was doing His work on the Sabbath days? Healing the sick, raising the crippled, preaching the Gospel!
###May God bless His word in Jesus Christ###
byJanon 04 Jul, 2015 03:21
6 He who observes the day , observes it to the Lord; and he who does not observe the day , to the Lord he does not observe it. He who eats , eats to the Lord , for he gives God thanks; and he who does not eat , to the Lord he does not eat , and gives God thanks. Our relationship with God now is primarily inner, with an overflow showing itself to the outside world.
byJimmyon 04 Jul, 2015 15:41
The Sabbath has always been from sundown on Friday through sundown on Saturday. The book of Acts (the acts of the apostles) is where the church starts. The reason for Sunday worship is this is the day that Jesus arose on. Acts 20:7 states the apostles met on the first day. Keep in mind when studying God's word, know who is being talked to and why it's being said. We must understand everything that surrounds the scriptures. In 2 Timothy it tells us to rightly dividing the word of truth.