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    • Notice Romans 14:4
      " How could you think for a moment that you have the right to judge another person’s servant? Each servant answers to his own Master, and he will either stand or fall in His presence. The good news is that he will stand because the Master is able to make it so."

      I believe this council is directed at those who would judge others. We have no right to judge, and the example of the various days to worship on is not an invitation to choose your favorite day! The conclusion must come from within and the Holy Spirit leads all of us in truth and to the Truth.

      Amen!(2)

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