|The Sabbath and Redemption||
The Sabbath is more than a day of physical and mental relaxation. It is even more than the day on which we worship. The Sabbath has a definite redemptive significance—a distinct connection with the everlasting gospel.
Read a ten-point synopsis of the study.
|God’s Spiritual Rest||
God’s rest is a spiritual experience into which the soul enters upon conversion. In the unregenerate man there is unrest and strife. Then comes the blessed day of surrender.
|There Remaineth a Rest||
Sabbath is a time when the spent spirit may catch it’s breath, and
man may look into the face of God
|The Lost Day||
In his book Answers to Objections, Francis D. Nichol explores where the lost time recorded by Joshua (10:8-13) and Hezekiah (2 Kings 20:8-11) really went.
|The Repairing of Sam Brown||
“But, Sam,” his wife interrupted his meditations, “you’re a deacon in our church; didn’t you show him that Saturday is the wrong day to keep?”
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