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WEDNESDAY, FEB 10, 2010  |  72 comments
Record 106.5 million Americans watch Super Bowl
A record 106.5 million Americans watched the New Orleans Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts in Sunday's Super Bowl game, setting a new high for any U.S. television broadcast, early ratings showed on Monday.

The National Football League championship, broadcast on CBS, beat the record held by the 1983 finale of the "M*A*S*H" comedy series, which had 106 million viewers, CBS and Nielsen Media said.


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News Item2/15/10 1:12 AM
Wake up | Aust  Find all comments by Wake up
John UK wrote:
Wakeup
I will also fit in the sermon by John Weaver hopefully.
Just have your Bible ready youll need it and your strongs as well . All 4 sermons are packed full of scriptures not just 3. .all the best in Christ..
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News Item2/15/10 12:55 AM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
John UK wrote:
I read the historic list at the end and wanted to check Augustine's letter No 55 and found this in ch 12:
"It is also for this reason, that of all the ten commandments, that which related to the Sabbath was the only one in which the thing commanded was typical; the bodily rest enjoined being a type which we have received as a means of our instruction, but not as a duty binding also upon us."

Is not this Lurker's position which he mentioned recently?

See the new survey.
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News Item2/14/10 7:31 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Augustines' tie in wrote:
"He had come also to declare the mystery of the day now known as the Lord's day, the eighth namely, which is also the first of the week."
Also that in Ch 13 so it was a sunday, bro
Great. Now if we can just resist calling it the sabbath, we'll do well.
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News Item2/14/10 6:06 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
fogonthetyne wrote:

Wickepidia might tell me
Maybe my Da...he might be old enough to remember
I am sure they'll have rested the 7th day though, them Castle builders
Ha! Champion, old bean!

But don't forget.....

The fog on the Tyne is all mine, all mine!

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News Item2/14/10 5:45 PM
fogonthetyne  Find all comments by fogonthetyne
John UK wrote:
I know I know....give us a break, Newcastle wasn't built in a day, was it? Or was it?

Wickepidia might tell me

Maybe my Da...he might be old enough to remember

I am sure they'll have rested the 7th day though, them Castle builders

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News Item2/14/10 5:26 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Augustines' tie in wrote:
"He had come also to declare the mystery of the day now known as the Lord's day, the eighth namely, which is also the first of the week."
Also that in Ch 13 so it was a sunday, bro
I know I know....give us a break, Newcastle wasn't built in a day, was it? Or was it?
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News Item2/14/10 5:09 PM
Augustines' tie in  Find all comments by Augustines' tie in
"He had come also to declare the mystery of the day now known as the Lord's day, the eighth namely, which is also the first of the week."

Also that in Ch 13 so it was a sunday, bro

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News Item2/14/10 4:55 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
WH wrote:
Thanks John, but I think my mind is already made up...
Hello again

Yes that is a tremendous book, eh? I did not know it was online. Most fascinating bro! And yes I see what your question means now.

I read the historic list at the end and wanted to check Augustine's letter No 55 and found this in ch 12:

"It is also for this reason, that of all the ten commandments, that which related to the Sabbath was the only one in which the thing commanded was typical; the bodily rest enjoined being a type which we have received as a means of our instruction, but not as a duty binding also upon us."

Is not this Lurker's position which he mentioned recently?

As to your question about the preventing of life, I can assure you that not once have I partaken of such a dreadful thing; ought to be illegal!

Back to the 'day' itself, yes I see the difficulty, but...

No, I won't attempt to answer - it is not for turnips and worms to attempt the impossible unless God leads them to do so.

I have bookmarked the book and will carry on when time permits, concerning his conclusions about Sunday. Many thanks!

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News Item2/14/10 4:39 PM
Subterranean  Find all comments by Subterranean
John UK wrote:
I'm sorry
"CHARLES SPURGEON'S CATECHISM (TAUGHT TO CHILDREN)
49 Which is the fourth commandment?
A) The fourth commandment is, Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work: but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, thy manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor they cattle, nor thy stranger that is within thy gates. For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day: wherefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and hallowed it.

50 What is required in the fourth commandment?
A) The fourth commandment requires the keeping holy to God such set times as he has appointed in his Word, expressly one whole day in seven, to be a holy Sabbath to himself (Le 19:30 De 5:12).

51 How is the Sabbath to be sanctified?
A) The Sabbath is to be sanctified by a holy resting all that day, even from such worldly employments and recreations as are lawful on other days (Le 23:3) and spending the whole time in the public and private exercises of God's worship (Ps 92:1,2 Isa 58:13,14) except so much as is taken up in the works of necessity and mercy. Mat 12.11,12."

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News Item2/14/10 3:36 PM
WH  Find all comments by WH
John UK wrote:
Hello WiH
Thanks John, but I think my mind is already made up. There are also 7th-Day Anabaptists and various "Sabbath-keeping" groups close to the truth as well. So anyway, perhaps you might take a peek at Chapter 9 at least. This should help you understand my question better:

How do you know when the SEVENTH day actually is?

Nature of the Sabbath Commandment - Chapter 9 D

You may want to also consider the calendar itself which is forced upon us. [Hint: it's not the Hebrew calendar]

Pertinent to the issue as well is how we define work, rest, and worship. Even if we were obligated to keep some special day we'd have to know precisely how to keep it. I think most who attempt to keep a Saturday holy merely attend a service for a sermon ritual and refrain from laboring at their wage-slave job. Some may cut the grass, others may not. Some may answer the phone, while others just let the answering machine handle it. What are we to do, and not do?
Any thoughts on the preventing of life would be appreciated too. Thanks.

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News Item2/14/10 3:24 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Subterranean wrote:
You absolutely sure that is what you want to say John?
Oh and is there any other commandments which you want to eject?
I'm sorry but I don't understand either of your questions.

I'm sorry too if you have been brought up from a whippersnapper to believe the WCF is authoritative in regard to doctrine and its proof texts. Have you studied the proof texts you quoted and checked to see if they are valid?

I'll be back later....

So far the argument rests on only three scriptures, and I think they all deserve looking at very finely, don't you?

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News Item2/14/10 3:08 PM
Subterranean  Find all comments by Subterranean
John UK wrote:
The Jews today still hold the day in reverence, and there is no mention in the NT of any change. If there had been, surely the unconverted Jews would have brought up the subject, and we would have seen evidence of this in Acts?
You absolutely sure that is what you want to say John?

Oh and is there any other commandments which you want to eject?

"WCF SECTION: VII. As it is the law of nature, that, in general, a due proportion of time be set apart for the worship of God; so, in his Word, by a positive, moral, and perpetual commandment binding all men in all ages, he hath particularly appointed one day in seven, for a Sabbath, to be kept holy unto him:[34] which, from the beginning of the world to the resurrection of Christ, was the last day of the week,[35] and, from the resurrection of Christ, was changed into the first day of the week, which, in Scripture, is called the Lord's day,[36] and is to be continued to the end of the world, as the Christian Sabbath.[37]" (Hodge)

34. Exod. 20:8-11; Isa. 56:2- 7
35. Gen. 2:2-3; I Cor. 16:1-2; Acts 20:7
36. Rev. 1:10
37. Matt. 5:17-18; Mark 2:27-28; Rom. 13:8-10; James 2:8-12

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News Item2/14/10 12:01 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
WiH wrote:
Does this mean you don't care to read the book? I suppose it's applicable to 7th-Day Baptistism as well.
Hello WiH

I am well acquainted with the fact that the 7th Day Adventists are a heretical cult, despite being close to the truth. I merely offered you the chance to increase your learning of church history by linking you to the 7th Day Baptists, a church I have only recently come across, who are evidently not a cult but a gospel preaching church, born out of the Protestant Reformation during the 17th century and continuing to this day.

It is not my sort of church, and there are none such in the UK anyway.

Oh well, ninety down and only six hundred and fifty to go.

J C Ryle has an excellent article on the subject which is most instructive and convicting, although like others, he offers no real proof of a change in the day. I am in a quandry with this one, but seeing as the Bible never says that the Lord's Day is Sunday, and is only mentioned once in scripture, this is flimsy, eh? Whereas God 'has' referred to the Sabbath as 'his' day. Mmmmmm ahem....

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News Item2/14/10 9:48 AM
WiH  Find all comments by WiH
Sorry, how do you know when the SEVENTH day actually is?

What do you folks do and don't do to be in accordance with resting?

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News Item2/14/10 9:28 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Exodus 16:26
"Six days ye shall gather it; but on the seventh day, which is the sabbath, in it there shall be none."

Seventh day defined as sabbath, by God.

Exodus 20:10
"But the seventh day is the sabbath of the LORD thy God:.."

What's that again? Oh, the seventh day IS the sabbath.

Keeping Sunday a special observance is not wrong, nor is it mandatory. All days are the Lord's days. What's wrong is renaming the first day the sabbath. Did God change his mind?

btw, 1Cor16:1,2 speak not of a worship service at all.

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News Item2/14/10 9:24 AM
WiH  Find all comments by WiH
John UK wrote:
WIH
7th Day Baptists
Does this mean you don't care to read the book? I suppose it's applicable to 7th-Day Baptistism as well.

Anyway, I haven't read all the posts here so I'm wondering what you folks do and don't do to be in accordance with resting?

Also, how do you know when the sabbath day actually is?

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News Item2/14/10 7:24 AM
Earlybird  Find all comments by Earlybird
kenny wrote:
In fact, a very good argument can be made that the RC cult instituted the change to Sunday.

Kenny

What about the following:Justin Martyr, who died about A. D. 160, says that the Christians "neither celebrated the Jewish festivals, nor observed their Sabbaths, nor practiced circumcision" (Dialogue with Trypho). In another place he says that they were "all accustomed to meet on the day which is denominated Sunday, for reading the Scriptures, prayer, exhortation and communion. The assemblies met on Sunday, because this is the first day on which God, having changed the darkness and the elements, created the world, and because Jesus our Lord on this day arose from the dead," etc.

Dabney

see also John Gill
Revelation 1: 10-Justyn Martyr

Blessed Lord's Day, brother.

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News Item2/14/10 5:33 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Thanks Alan

I shall work my way through these today, and hopefully the Lord will enlighten me as to the truth.

Here is a good statement from the first lecture:

"If men take it only upon trust, and keep the first day of the week because their parents taught them so, or because they see others do it, they will never be likely to keep it so conscientiously and strictly, as if they had been convinced by seeing for themselves, that there are good grounds in the word of God for their practice. Unless they do see thus for themselves, whenever they are negligent in sanctifying the sabbath, or are guilty of profaning it, their consciences will not have that advantage to smite them for it, as otherwise they would. And those who have a sincere desire to obey God in all things, will keep the sabbath more carefully and more cheerfully, if they have seen and been convinced that therein they do what is according to the will and command of God, and what is acceptable to him; and will also have a great deal more comfort in the reflection upon their having carefully and painfully kept the sabbath."
JE

Wakeup
I will also fit in the sermon by John Weaver hopefully.

WIH
7th Day Baptists

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News Item2/14/10 3:02 AM
savedbygrace | Harrisburg, PA  Find all comments by savedbygrace
Guinness,

Encouraging words!

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News Item2/13/10 7:09 PM
Wake up | Aust  Find all comments by Wake up
John UK wrote:
The expression "breaking of bread" is not necessarily what we understand by "communion". Example:
Example:
And they, continuing daily........Acts 2:46 KJV
Is this our example and blueprint? Daily meetings in the temple?

Is it???

deneying the commandments?

Who said they didn,t only you so far?. All The Book of hewbrews all the book of Galatians Heb ch 4 Gal 3 col 2:16 passage it says sabbath days. John if you have time could you listen to this message there are 4 in total but if you dont have time listen to the last one from 23 min till 50min or so and hear what the gospels teach. cheers You might have a position after listenning.
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=927091739145

Do you believe it is right to keep the ten commandments, as best you can?

The commandments was add because of sin Abraham was righteous without the law the Spirit of the Law he keep.without a sabbath day he rested ih Christ as you and I ought. Please listen to those sermons all if you can.ta

that link again.. http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=927091739145
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