The Bible (Old Testament)

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‘ ... our attitude in our homes to our Lord is tested by 2 things - One is our treatment of the Bible & the other is how we keep Sunday - The two great assets in the life of the nation ... If we combine Christ & Sunday together we will be able to treat our subject by the light of the New Testament - The Old Testament only indirectly helps us - It speaks of the “Sabbath”, a day of rest. This is enforced not only by the Mosaic Code but in the Decalogue (Commandments) we read in Genesis “On the 7th day God ended his work which he had made, & he rested on the 7th day from all his work wh.[which] he had made, & he rested on the 7th day from all his work wh. [which] he had made & God blessed the 7th day & sanctified it - because in it He had rested from all His work wh.[which] he created & made” - Exodus XXI – 23-29 ... at a later period we find the Prophet Isaiah uttering solemn warnings ag.[against] Profaining & promising large blessings on the due observance of the day (Is. XVIII – 13 & 14) In Jeremiah’s time they seem to have violated the day - (Jer XVIII - 21 & 27 - & Ezekiel (XX 12-24) the profanation of the Sabbath is foremost among the national aims of the Jews - from Jeremiah (X – 31) we read the people pledged themselves neither to bring nor sell victuals on the Sabbath - & Nehemiah tells us (XIII. 15-22) how he told them to cleanse themselves & to sanctify the Sabbath - We read no more of the Jews neglecting the Sabbath ..."

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Cumbrae-Stewart, Zina Beatrice
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Cumbrae-Stewart, Zina Beatrice
Related place
Australia
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The Bible (Old Testament)

Reading experience
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Evidence

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Notes
[For AusRED]

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Accessed on 2019/12/11 04:24:52

Related place
Australia
Related people
Cumbrae-Stewart, Zina Beatrice
Related place
Australia
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