I believe that the Bible is true. I think of it as my foundation. Still, as I recently heard from Doug Bachelor, experience does come in to the picture. I see what the truth and God's Love has done in my heart. I know that the Lord is real to me. Still, I choose to follow the Bible as my rule to judge my experience. To me, the words of the Bible and my own experience trump the doubts. I just pray that the Lord will lead me and that I will be willing to follow all the way no matter what others say or my senses may tell me.
The Sabbath is one of the creations created at the creation week. However you cann't deiny it from the week it is there with its features different from any other day of the week. No dout about it.
Comment by Brayton Dube — March 10, 2013 @ 5:28 am
The sabbath is part of creation and when God created everything which exist now unfortunately ommited the sabbath it means creation wouldn't had been perfect.
Comment by Boakye Abednego — March 10, 2013 @ 9:27 pm
According to 6T 353.3 to 356.4 there is no provision for cooking on Sabbath. Friday is given as a preparation day. Ex 16:23 and Numbers 11:8 are giving us examples how God instructed Moses to tell the childern of Isreal how they are to prepare for the rest day of the Lord.The Bile is a perfect guide, if its pages are prayerfully studied by hearts willing to understand, none need err upon this question." on friday,
let the preparation for the Sabbath be completed. See that all the clothing is in readiness and all the cooking is done. Let the boots be blacked and the baths be taken. It is possible to do this, if you make it a rule. the Sabbath is not to be given to the reparing of garments, to the cooking of food, to pleasure seeking, or any other wordly employment...... 6T355.3"
We should jealously guard the edges of the Sabbath.
Comment by RENFORD MWEEMBA — March 13, 2013 @ 7:34 am
The Bible is telling us that the Sabbath was given to humans at the time of creation in Eden but not in the Israelite time, meaning that without the Sabbath creation is not complete.
Comment by ISAAC APPIAH DANKWAH NEWTON — March 16, 2013 @ 8:08 am