Question: Howdy, I came across your web site recently and have enjoyed reading the information about different subjects. I do have a question concerning the Lord’s Sabbath. Is the Sabbath that Jesus sanctified in Genesis 2:3, referred to as ‘My holy day in Isaiah 58:13, and of which He said he was Lord of in…

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by Ken Weliever via The Preacher’s Word The fourth commandment simply says, “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy” (Exodus 20:7). First of all, it’s important to remember the regulations, restrictions as well as the basis of the Sabbath. The text provides some insight. “Six days you shall labor and do all your work,…

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Question: Hi there. I really like your work and biblical analysis. I read your answer on “Which scriptures are applicable today?” and I have some questions to ask. I am currently dealing with which sins are applicable to life today. I have to, of course. check myself that I am not motivated to discard these…

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Question: I have a few questions and comments concerning the texts given as proof of Sunday worship outlined in the article: “Is sex on the Sabbath a sin?” The verses are Acts 20:7 and I Corinthians 16:1-2. Acts 20:7 speaks of an act that is done on any day and nowhere does it say that…

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Question: I stumbled upon the La Vista Church of Christ web site in the course of searching for an answer to the question, “Were the Ten Commandments Nailed to the Cross?”  Simply stated, your answer is “Yes,” and I fully agree with every single comment I found on your web site regarding the answer to this question – good work; I’m impressed.  Somebody…

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Question: I must disagree with you on two counts. First of all, I cannot agree with your stand on the Sabbath day.  When Paul and the other writers write of various points, such as honoring parents, not killing, not stealing, etc. they are not establishing new rules but are quoting from the Ten, which their…

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Question: One question about the Sabbath that I have not seen addressed on this site is that the Reformed school (some Presbyterians and the Puritans) argue that the duty to sanctify one day in seven is a perpetual moral duty and that therefore Colossians 2:16 et al. do not eliminate Sabbath observance but just observance…

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Text: Deuteronomy 4:1-14   I.         I frequently run into odd ideas about the Old Law, especially when I bring up Colossians 2:13-15             A.        Oh, most people will accept that Jesus’ death on the cross eliminated animal sacrifices, but they cannot believe all of the Old Testament came to an end.                         1.         “Surely you except the 10 commandments!” I…

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