Friday, December 9, 2016

The Sabbath day most clearly defined law

Wow, this quotes tells it how it is. I pray that we will all make a renewed resolve to keep the Sabbath day holy.

Mark E. Peterson
No law in all scripture has been more clearly defined than that of the Sabbath. From the
time of Genesis to our own day, there has been no subject spoken of more directly or repeatedly than the Sabbath. It is one of the laws most dear to the heart of God. Yet it is noted far more in its
desecration than in its acceptance and proper observance. . . . Our observance or nonobservance of the Sabbath is an unerring measure of our attitude toward the Lord personally and toward his suffering in Gethsemane, his death on the cross, and his resurrection from the dead. It is a sign of whether we are Christians in very deed, or whether our conversion is so shallow that commemoration of his atoning sacrifice means little or nothing to us. ("The Sabbath Day," Ensign, May 1975, pp. 47


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