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Wednesday: Sabbath and the Environment — 6 Comments

  1. Wow' wonderful text this morning; Prov 27:20;
    The contrast between hell, destruction never full and so the eyes of man are never satisfied. This picture is a reality of sinful and how selfish man is after the fall of man.

    But Pual has shown us how to be content.And this could only attain through Jesus as He is the satisfier of every needs 2 Corinthians 3:5

    May we depend on God and to be an example to others around us. God bless.

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  2. Very insightful lesson! We really do have a duty to the environment! The keeping of the Sabbath took on new meaning to me all over again ... who knew that was possible? It really is all-encompassing. Oh that men would worship the Lord the way they ought to! So many things would be different!

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  3. God is Love, so if you need to Love Him, we must keep the Sabbath and at the sametime keep our environment clean.

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  4. The author's concern for the environment is obvious, but the correlation between the sabbath and the environment is a stretch, not aided by quoting from the ADCOM 1995 statement which MANY SDA members do NOT agree with. The Sabbath was made for man, it is a gift from God to his creature, Man. It is not a gift from God to all his creatures. The author might want to realize that this is not really about the environment, it is about God's relationship to Man.

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  5. God is always keeping the Sabbath pure so we must also observe the Sabbath with all of our hearts ,soul and mind in purity and in truth.

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