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Sabbath-Keeping – Are You Supposed To Obey The Old Testament Laws Of The 4th Commandment

FTGC-06h 210202AM What is the Sabbath? The New Testament Sabbath is God inviting us to set aside time with Him because we love Him. Looking to the days ahead as we dig into the Scriptures, let me just share my conclusions with you. The Sabbath is not a day we observe, but an attitude that […]

Enjoying a Personal Sabbath Rest

DWM-33   NR1-36   NR7-18   RIG-04  WFF-47   WWJ-28 000827AM Just to feed three million people would take 1300 railroad box cars of food each day, or a daily train 9 1/2 miles long! Can you imagine the deafening buzz of all those people talking, walking, bartering, gathering, cooking, cleaning and caring for their campsites?   But on […]

Jesus Defines the Sabbath

NR7-15   RIG-01   WFF-44   WWJ-25 000813AM   Jesus is seen transparently in the Gospel by Mark. In the pages of this book we are treated to Jesus weary, Jesus grieved, Jesus sorrowing; in other words we are repeatedly brought face to face with the human emotions of Jesus. And we are witnesses to the astonishment of […]

Sabbath Pictures – Seeing Christ Each Day – Revealing God’s Grace & Truth

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Christ Jesus is the theme of every part of the Bible, God’s Word. Jesus often reminded His audiences that the Scriptures speak about Him. Going to the Scriptures is the way to encounter Jesus.

Have you thought about that? When we think of each book, whether Obadiah or Philippians, He is the central message of every book. When we think of any doctrine, He is the central truth of every doctrine.

Sabbath Reflections – Are We Reflecting Our Heavenly Citizenship by Our Time Investments & Calendar

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As we open to Philippians 3, when Paul sat to write a letter inspied by God to the believers in Philippi, his letter was headed to a Roman colony. Like an island in a vast ocean, Roman colonies were settled with citizens and soldiers that had served well and were given the great benefits of citizenship in colonies of Rome.

 
 
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