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Liberty Or Death: Which Part 82 God’s Holy Sabbath The Right Way to Serve Our God

There just happens to be a right way and a wrong way to serve God.

unfortunately too many of us Christians are walking the wrong pathway.

we are so busy living out the pleasures of this world that along with our daily grind we have no time to see where we are heading.

God ask us to not be of this world even though we must live in it.

We are so involved in our desires that our constance activity that our due diligence that should be placed upon making our election a sure thing is forgotten.

Our Lord is a living God who’s people are a living people.

Yet most Christians are dead or dying.

One example of our deadness to God’s way is the 7th-day Sabbath.

We as a people are so apposed to doing as God ask us to do that we twist scripture to make it say what we want it to say.

While we pronounce to the world that God never changes we turn and almost in the same sentence say God has for Christians changed.

He now ask us to  keep Sunday instead of Saturday.

God tells all that we are not Christians just by our saying Jesus is my Lord, my Savior, and my King.

Only as we obey him by doing as he ask does he claim us as his.

Yet even with what Jesus has to say about it they still say blessed Sunday our Lords day.

God still has a day of rest and that day, His day, is the perfect day.

The 7th-day is God’s way and we need to be doing the part that God has given us to grow in grace, that is to grow in Jesus.

Does reverence For God and his book, the bible, have anything to do with your walk with Jesus?

We all continue to have sin in our heart that needs to be left behind.

But we all need to be honoring God more and more.

Keeping His day is just one way we as Christians can place God where he belongs in our life.

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