“Is Sunday the Christian Sabbath?” 2/19/2017 Posted by www.gotquestions.org

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Question: “Is Sunday the Christian Sabbath?”

Answer: Observing a Sabbath day of rest/non-work was a command in the Old Covenant law (Exodus 20:8; 31:12–18). Christians are not under the law but have traditionally set aside Sunday as a day of worship and rest in remembrance of the fact that Jesus was resurrected on a Sunday. Some view Sunday as the Christian Sabbath, essentially transferring the Old Covenant laws about not working from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday to Sundays. Even in an increasingly secular culture, many businesses are still closed on Sundays. Is this biblical?

It is important to understand that the New Covenant nowhere commands worship or restricts work on Sundays. Biblically speaking, Sunday is not the Christian Sabbath. The New Testament describes Christians worshiping on Sundays (Acts 20:7; 1 Corinthians 16:2), but this is descriptive rather than prescriptive. Christians are described as worshipping on Sundays, but Sunday worship is nowhere prescribed or commanded. Nowhere in the New Testament are Christians even described as setting aside Sunday as a Sabbath day.

The Sabbath day was an important aspect of the covenant between God and Israel. Exodus 31:17 states, “It [the Sabbath day] is a sign forever between me and the people of Israel that in six days the LORD made heaven and earth, and on the seventh day he rested and was refreshed.” Prior to God giving the nation of Israel the Mosaic Law, God nowhere required Sabbath observance. After Jesus’ death on the cross perfectly fulfilled the Law, God nowhere requires Sabbath observance. Biblically speaking, Christians are not commanded to observe a Sabbath day on Saturday or Sunday or any other day of the week.

At the same time, following the creation pattern of six days of work followed by a day of rest is a good thing. Further, setting aside a day of the week to focus on worship in undeniably biblical (Hebrews 10:25), although we are to worship God every day, not just one day per week. And, ultimately, Jesus is our Sabbath rest (Hebrews 4).

In conclusion, no, Sunday is not the Christian Sabbath. There is no biblically commanded Christian Sabbath. But it is perfectly acceptable to set aside Sunday as a day for worship in light of Christ’s resurrection occurring on a Sunday. Also, making Sunday a day of rest to coincide with its being a day of worship seems a logical and, more importantly, biblically sound thing to do.

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“Prayer – Part 2 (The Heart of the Matter)” 2/18/2017 Written by Patrick Hawthorne for “Serving Grace Ministries”

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Prayer – Part 2 (The Heart of the Matter)

            By Patrick Hawthorne


Before a word of petition is offered, we should have the definite and vivid consciousness that we are talking to God, and should believe that He is listening to our petition and is going to grant the thing that we ask of Him.  R. A. Torrey

Hither, thither, and yon we go.  Rush, rush, rush!  Zip in here, zip over there.  No time to waste, we must go, go, go.  “Hi God…ok, see ya.”  Is it any wonder why the Body of Christ has become so ineffective, so paralyzed?

Acts 12:5Peter therefore was kept in prison: but prayer was made without ceasing of the church unto God for him.

Did you catch those words?  Let’s retrace.  “Without ceasing” and “Unto God,” are our focus.  Firstly, prayer was made…UNTO GOD!  As I read the words of R.A.Torrey, it occurred to me that much of our prayer, although we claim it is unto God, is really just a shot gun approach in which we shoot into the air hoping something hits its mark.  This should never be the case.

Let me ask you a question.  Think seriously upon this.  When was the last time you went into prayer and first asked, “Holy Spirit, please guide me with the correct words that I need as I speak to my Heavenly Father?”  When was the last time you paused before praying and took a moment to ensure that your heart was in tune with God and you knew you had audience with Him?

Now, don’t get me wrong.  We are to have a heart of prayer; to pray without ceasing.  However, there are times when we need to stop, shut our mouths, and wait upon the Lord.  When was the last time you allowed Jesus to lead the dance, to have control?

The second thing we need to focus on is “Without ceasing” prayer.  The meaning here is out-stretched; fervent and with intent.  The early Church was not known for wishy-washy, “O’ most holy Father, if it be Thy will,” type prayer.  NO!  They were known for praying with fervency, “Now Lord, behold their threats and grant unto your servants that with all boldness we might speak your word and that signs and wonders follow in the name of your Holy servant, Jesus!” (Acts 4:29 paraphrase).  The early Church entered the Throne Room of Grace with a boldness that we just do not see in the present day Church.

“Ah yes,” the religious squawk.   “We must stay reverent in our approach to Almighty God.”  While I agree we must maintain our reverence to God, where is the boldness to ask of God for something we ourselves deem impossible?  Where is the fervency of Malachi 3:10 to “Prove Me now, thus says the Lord?”  Where is the dogged determination to stand before our Creator and say, “Lord, You said?”  Think about it.  Be blessed.

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“Faith In Action-Righteous Prayers” 2/17/2017 Written by Wally Fry for “Truth in Palmyra” @ https://truthinpalmyra.wordpress.com

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        Faith In Action-Righteous Prayers

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James 5:15-20

And the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and the Lord shall raise him up; and if he have committed sins, they shall be forgiven him. Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much. Elias was a man subject to like passions as we are, and he prayed earnestly that it might not rain: and it rained not on the earth by the space of three years and six months. And he prayed again, and the heaven gave rain, and the earth brought forth her fruit. Brethren, if any of you do err from the truth, and one convert him; Let him know, that he which converteth the sinner from the error of his way shall save a soul from death, and shall hide a multitude of sins.

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The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.

Here things seemingly get complicated. What does sin, faith, and Elijah all have to do with any of this? Well, here go my thoughts for what they are worth.

Why are they praying about this man’s sin? Maybe he is sick because he sinned. I don’t know. Even if this man’s sin had not made him sick, we all know one important thing: sin is an impediment to our prayers to God. Even if our malady is not caused by sin, it is simply a good practice to seek forgiveness for our sins before talking to God. Even though we may be forgiven the penalty for our sin, the presence of unresolved sins in our lives still hinders our fellowship with God.

It is important that we pray with the full faith that God will, in fact, answer our prayer. If we pray without granting God ultimate power to accomplish anything He wants to, we should not expect answers.

We have to pray in God’ will. This may be an illustration again of the presence of the Elders in the life of this ailing person. How do we learn God’s will? A knowledge of God’s will is a learned thing. We come to understand it through prayer, study, and meditation. Certainly a case could be made that the prayers of the Elders, while not necessarily more effective than the prayers of other believers, might be grounded in a better understanding of what God’s will might be in a situation.

If there was ever a many tuned into the will of God, Elijah would have been one. I can only imagine this great man of God, praying for the rain with great faith and great understanding of what God was trying to accomplish. Elijah prayed that a drought be ended and the rains given, and it happened! Clearly, Elijah was both fervent and effectual in his prayer, and his prayer was answered.

Brethren, if any of you do err from the truth, and one convert him; Let him know, that he which converteth the sinner from the error of his way shall save a soul from death, and shall hide a multitude of sins.

Finally, James closes his Epistle in a way we would certainly expect. The entire theme of James’ writing has been about the demonstration of true, saving faith. James has attempted to teach us that while what we do never saves us, what we do certainly provides the evidence and reality of our salvation. Who is the warning in the last few verses intended for? Given the overall tone of James’ writing, I think this is a warning to those who may be backsliding into a life of sin. He has spent an entire book warning what true faith looks like, so this seems to fit.

We certainly have a responsibility to an erring brother or sister, and it may be as important as our responsibility to win the lost.

Blessings and hope that you have enjoyed our trip through the Book of James.


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“How Bright Is Your Light?” 2/16/2017 Written by Rev. B. Keith Haney for “The Light Breaks Through”

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How Bright Is Your Light?

Light bulb and salt shakerA light bulb with salt pouring out of the bottom.

“You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.  Matthew 5:14–16

Of all the possible uses for a light, it is evident in Matthew 5 that Jesus has in mind the bringing of illumination through the revelation of God’s will for his people. John refers to Jesus as the Light of the world (John 8:12; 9:5).  So, it is not a reach to assume that those who would come after Jesus should reflect that light. Like the bright street lamps provide illumination to dark city streets, Christians are called by the Light of the World to allow their good works to shine brightly before the rest of the world so that others may praise God. To be clear, good works flow naturally out of the heart of the believer.  Good works are a love response to what Jesus has done for us.  They stem from a heart claimed by the work of the Holy Spirit on the heart.  With that in mind good works never are motivated by a desire for self-glorification rather they are always pointing people back to God and bringing glory to God.

Jesus chose these two powerful images in Matthew to make a critical point, being salt and light means to allow our witness in the world to make a kingdom impact.

What Impact Does Being Light have on society?

To help us gain further insight we look at the work of the prophet Isaiah.  These verses below were written once the people of Israel returned from exile in Babylon. The last chapters of Isaiah are filled with visions of hope for people whose lives had been uprooted and destroyed: and urgent warnings to prevent them from making the same mistakes again.  Isaiah is warning the people of Israel who are proud of their religious festivals and their holiness. They make fasting a big public production and ask why God isn’t impressed?  God, are you paying attention? They complain directly to God: “Why do we fast, but you do not see? Why humble ourselves, but you do not notice?” God! Give us some credit we are trying!

So God responds,

“Is not this the fast that I choose:

      to loose the bonds of wickedness,

      to undo the straps of the yoke,

      to let the oppressed go free,

      and to break every yoke?

      Is it not to share your bread with the hungry

      and bring the homeless poor into your house;

      when you see the naked, to cover him,

      and not to hide yourself from your own flesh?

      Then shall your light break forth like the dawn,

      and your healing shall spring up speedily;

      your righteousness shall go before you;

      the glory of the LORD shall be your rear guard.  Isaiah 58:6–8

Have we failed to be light?

Isaiah paints a very clear picture of what God desires.  God wants sincere worshippers.  People who worship God in Spirit and Truth, who live out their calling by letting their light shine before men, not to receive praise from God, but to point the lost and erring to God.  How does that look in a practical way?  Isaiah lays out some concrete examples: Authentic worship: “let the oppressed go free, shares your bread with the hungry, brings the homeless poor into your house, covers the naked and don’t hide from your own people.” That is the life God calls the Christian to live. That is what Jesus was calling us to do when he said to be salt and light.  Go, love the unlovable.  Welcome the stranger.  Feed the hunger.  Clothed the naked and by doing so, you will bring glory to your Father in heaven.


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“Receive the Light” 2/15/2017 Posted by Don Merritt for “The Life Project”

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Receive the Light

“No one lights a lamp and puts it in a place where it will be hidden, or under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, so that those who come in may see the light.  Your eye is the lamp of your body. When your eyes are healthy, your whole body also is full of light. But when they are unhealthy, your body also is full of darkness.  See to it, then, that the light within you is not darkness.  Therefore, if your whole body is full of light, and no part of it dark, it will be just as full of light as when a lamp shines its light on you.”

Luke 11:33-36


As Jesus continues His discussion, He once again uses the metaphor of light and a lamp to illustrate the condition of a person’s heart. Make no mistake; when the Pharisees attributed His driving out of demons to the work of the devil, they showed how corrupt their hearts had become. When someone demanded a sign, they also revealed a darkened heart.

Jesus illustrates with a proverb in 11:33 in which a lamp is used to illustrate His point. You don’t hide the light from a lamp; you put it on its stand so that everyone can benefit from the light. From there, He moves on with His metaphor; your eye is the lamp of your body. It is the organ that allows light to enter, a fact science has verified, by the way. As long as your eyes are healthy, you can see things clearly because light has entered and been understood. Yet if our eyes are not healthy, this process doesn’t work properly, and we cannot see the environment around us.

In verse 35, Jesus uses an imperative: “See to it…” that we allow His light to enter through our eyes, reminding us of something He often says: “Let he who has eyes to see…” When we insist that we see the truth, our entire beings will be filled with His light, and our hearts will be hearts that seek the truth and not the lie of the prince of darkness.

With this, Jesus concludes His remarks. Afterwards, He receives a curious invitation…


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“WHAT IS LOVE?” 2/14/2017 Written by Kathy Boecher for “atimetoshare”

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The art in this post doesn’t really have to do with love, but I love it.  Reminiscent of Northwest Coast art, and if you use your imagination, you can actually see a heart shape in there.  My love for this man has endured 52 years.  It’s been a roller coaster ride at times. We’ve face good and bad times, but we have a firm foundation.  Partly because we have used the following words throughout our marriage. The post was written in 2015, but now that Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, I though it worth a repeat.

When it seems that you will never be able to overcome the turmoil of joining two lives into one – when the struggle between two separate identities must learn to bend, conform and submit to one another – when days bring difficulties, joys and loss and you can still see the light – then you have experienced love as it should be.

Love is patient.

When you’ve been hurt by a misunderstood word or intention, you can bury that hurt in the ground and forget it.

Love is kind.

When the one you love receives recognition or praise, you applaud him. When he/she compliments you, cherish the words. When you’ve accomplished something important, you don’t brag.  Enjoy your individual successes as one.

Love does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.

Even though you feel you’re right,  never discredit the one you love. Always place their needs before your own – holding them in the highest esteem.  You hold and control your temper. You don’t go to bed angry, because you don’t want to hang on to past wrongs.

Love does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.

You make a point of being honest about everything in your relationship. When you become united as one person, you cannot keep secrets from each other.

Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth.

If it means laying down your life for the one you love, you will do it willingly. You’ll never hesitate to come to their defense, to trust them implicitly, look for the best in each other and never give up on them.

It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

You will always want the best for each other – trust that the other has those interests at heart – make hope a persistent entity in your relationship, because without it, you can not reach your goals – be perseverant by keeping on keeping on.  We can achieve great things individually.  Think of what we can accomplish when two work as one.

Love never fails.

God showed us the greatest example of love ever, by sending His only begotten Son to die for our sins.  He then came alive, just as we will rise when are eyes closed in death.  Greater love has no man than that he lay down his life for another.



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“God’s Love is the Greatest Love” 2/13/2017 Written by Elihu Anderson

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God’s Love is the Greatest Love

God's love is everlasting

We long to be loved, don’t we?

Unfortunately, we tend to spend most of our time “looking for love in all the wrong places.”

We expect our best friends to manifest their unwavering loyalty, only to be wounded when they seem to have forgotten us. We seek approval on social media, and inevitably come up short. We long for our spouse to love us with fervent devotion, but illness, stress, and apathy so often weaken the intensity of their love.

Human love is capricious, but the love of God endures forever.

The words in the above verse, “I have loved you with an everlasting love,” are spoken by the only One who can speak them with absolute truth and confidence.

In your daily bible study, take note of the countless times God demonstrates His love. Commit such verses to your heart. Write them down and memorize them. When dark times come (and they will come) you will be armed with the assurance of His presence, your heart shielded from the piercing darts of despair.

Are you afflicted by pangs of loneliness, overwhelming grief, or crippling anxiety today?

Have you suffered betrayal from a spouse or friend?

Do you feel ignored? Forgotten? Misunderstood?

Be comforted, my friend: Your Heavenly Father, the Eternal and Omnipotent King, sees you and loves you with His incomparable and unfailing love.

Next week, while the U.S. is celebrating the Hallmark-holiday of Valentine’s Day, we will be turning our thoughts to the nature of God’s Love. I hope you will join me for this little miniseries!

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