“Jesus is my Sabbath”

I believe it is a wonderful thing to set aside one day of extra special praise and worship for the Lord Jesus. This gives us a chance to fellowship with other members of Gods family, and to be a closer knit part of the body of Christ. The Bible, however, does not make this out to be an issue of salvation in my studied opinion, as some denominations and or Churches would have us to believe. No, indeed if it were, then 90% of the prodestant church as a whole would be condemned; Would it not? The Sabbath day is the 7th day of the week anyway you count it. Sunday is the first day of the week. Not to worry though, GOD is so good, He has sent His Son to be our Sabbath. I can never get enough of reading the book in Hebrews that explains this fact so plainly and lovingly. Although there are coherent scriptures elsewhere in the New Testament that help to verify this belief, the writer of Hebrews has done a wonderful job of explaining it perfectly clear to me. God Bless you all..And Read Hebrews Chapter 4 again tonight.. You’ll be glad you did. Hebrews 4:4
For he spake in a certain place of the seventh day on this wise, And God did rest the seventh day from all his works.
Hebrews 4:10
For he that is entered into his rest, he also hath ceased from his own works, as God did from his.
Would you like to accept Jesus’ finished works on the cross for you, unto eternal life and internal peace?(polling)


1 Comment

  1. I REALLY like this! If more people could get hold of this truth, their lives would be radically improved in a lot of ways. And Hebrews just may be my favorite book in all of Scripture. I tend to live in Matthew and Psalms a lot, but there is something so powerful and compelling about Hebrews. I feel something so special every time I even open my Bible to its pages. As a result, I love teaching it as well, but it’s so hard to keep it contained within the time constraints that most churches require. There’s just so much there!That one book is truly the entire Gospel in a nutshell.

    Thanks for the encouraging lesson.


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