Saturday, June 26, 2010

Sunset to Sunset: God's Sabbath Rest

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Too many of us live at a frantic pace, trying desperately to stay on top of everything we need to get done. It's no wonder we feel out of touch with our spouses, our families and even our Creator. But did you know that God offers a little-understood remedy for our hurried and harried lives?
The Sabbath: In the Beginning
How and why did the Sabbath day originate? Who created it, and when? When is the Sabbath to be observed, and does it matter? Who is expected to keep it? Despite the misconceptions many have, the Bible is quite clear on these important questions. You need to understand the answers!
When Is the Sabbath Day to Be Kept?
Which Day Is the Sabbath?
Names for Saturday in Many Languages Prove Which Day Is the True Sabbath
Jesus Christ and the Sabbath
How did Jesus Christ view the Sabbath day? Many believe that He came to do away with the law and that He deliberately ignored or broke this commandment. However, since the Gospels mention the Sabbath almost 50 times, we have an ample record of Christ's approach toward the day.
Just What is Legalism?
Was the Sabbath Changed in the New Testament?
The Gospels reveal that Jesus observed the Sabbath day and showed the true purpose and intent of the Sabbath commandment. Many people, however, think that Paul, the other apostles and the early Church changed the Sabbath day. But what does the record of the New Testament really say?
Was Sunday the New Testament Day of Worship?
Was God's Law Abolished in the New Testament?
Why is the Sabbath Commandment Not Repeated in the New Testament?
Surprising Admissions About the Sabbath and Sunday
"There Remains a Sabbath Rest for the People of God"
A Sign of God's People
God's Sabbath in Today's World
Is the Sabbath relevant in our modern world? Is it really practical to try to keep the Sabbath today? If so, how should we observe it? This is where an understanding of the purpose of the Sabbath law becomes important. Scripture shows that this command is a crucial key to our relationship with God.
The Sabbath in the Age to Come
What is True Worship?
Our Appointment With God
A Test for You?

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