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What can you do on Saturday to make Sunday more worshipful? Here are 7 suggestions

A headline for an article on a popular success and technology website offers, “What You Can Do on Sunday to Make Monday More Manageable.” It’s not strange that people obsessed with professional development and financial success constantly think about how to get ahead. 297 more words


Making the Best of the Lord's Day

The link below is to an article that considers the Lord’s Day and making the best of it.

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A Sabbath Poem


By George Herbert (1593-1633)

O day most calm, most bright,

The fruit of this, the next world’s bud,

Th’ endorsement of supreme delight,

Writ by a friend, and with his blood; 385 more words

Day 7 (Part II) – The Blessing – Genesis 2:3

(3)God blessed the seventh day and made it a holy day, because on that day he rested (or ceased) from all the work he had done in creating the world.

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This is the Day the Lord has Made . . .

Photo by Jusben on Morgue File.

Today is Sunday. It is the day of the week when we as Christians leave the safety of our domiciles and attend services at our local church. 353 more words

Discipleship And Confession

Evaluating the Strength of Arguments in the Sabbath/Lord’s Day Controversy, Part 2b: What are the Motives?

Bruce Ray (CS-Puritan) asks an interesting question of his readers: What two motives do many people have for opposing a day set apart for rest, worship, and celebration? 1,270 more words

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Passover, the Crucifixion, & the Lord's Day; or Did Constantine Change the Day of Worship?

There is some confusion regarding the day that Jesus was crucified during the Passover week, and the actual day He was resurrected.  The confusion is a matter of a language barrier between English perception and the Greek of the New Testament which was customarily understood in the first century A.D.   2,274 more words