Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy, six days you shall labor and do all your work but the seventh day is the Sabbath of The Lord your God... EXODUS 20:8-11. This was written in Stone, not to be changed. Jesus did not change it, the Disciples did not change it. Don't et the church fathers and the Catholic Church fool you.
Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy, six days you shall labor and do all your work but the seventh day is the Sabbath if The Lord your God... EXODUS 20:8-11. This was written in Stone, not to be changed. Jesus did not change it, the Disciples did not change it. Do let the church fathers and the Catholic Church fool you.
Saturday is the Sabbath, the Lord's day. The Catholic Church changed it to Sunday and most Christians follow them blindly. Nowhere in the bible is there a change. The only part of the Bible that God wrote Himself is the 10 commandments, on stone.
Anne. Parts of your are bitter. Perhaps you've had a bad experience with someone. I am surprise that you claim to know so much but hardly with any substance. I don't know who taught you the unadulterated Biblical doctrines of Seventh-day Adventistism but you appear to need a refreshers course. I am afraid you sound empty and need of help. Have you found something better than what you are bashing or are you just bitter. Why have you gone on this path staying from the original issues of politics and theology?
Just for the record, Seventh-day Adventist is not a cult. It is one of the few Bible based evangelical churches that is not corrupted with false teachings. I challenge you to investigate ig before expressing here-says.
Dr. Carson you are a man of God raised in an Adventist tradition, given your understanding of the times we are living, you should use your retirement to promote your faith which as you confessed brought you success instead of being sucked into divisive politics.
Great Sermon! Bro. Jefferds,
I have been wanting to listen to this sermon since you referenced it in our sessions. I did not take a course this semester since systematic theology was not offered. I miss our conversations, and still can't tell you how much I appreciated you working with me. Thanks for you faithful preaching of the word, I have started putting sermons on here, I'll see how it goes. Have a great Lord's Day,