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How To Keep Sunday Holy

How Do You Keep Sunday Holy? When I was a child my parents took us to sunday school and church. After lunch we were not allowed to go places, play games, etc. Now with all the stores open day and night, TV and videos, how does one keep Sunday holy?

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In connection with acts 20th verse new Gentiles converting to Yahushua(JESUS) were to go to synagogue and learn on the Sabbath as well the application of the Law in their lifestyles.

Acts 15:21 For Moses of old time hath in every city them that preach him, being read in the synagogues every (sabbath day). kjv

Sunday was a custom added by some Gentiles without Apostolic Jewish church authority.

This was an issue with later romanized churches not in Asia Minor who were not trained by the Apostles. Bishop Polycarp of Smyrna discussed this issue with the Pope Anicetus. Polycarp was a sabbath and biblical festival keeper. Constantine's bishops later made Sunday and pagan holidays Law.
---Yochanan on 8/7/09


>Jewish Sabbath

The seventh-day Sabbath is the Lord's Sabbath, not Jewish. Most Christians as late as the 5th century (when most of the church was Gentile) still kept the Sabbath.
---dconklin on 8/7/09


Some people esteem one day others don't eat meat, what ever!

As long as one keeps a time where one can pray, fellowship, worship,study, feet wash and break/ bread/drink wine in the memory of our Lord Jesus Christ with the brethren, whether it be one day or 7 we ought to do so in respect towards the God we serve.
---Carla3939 on 8/7/09


Donna - *One day out of seven, that's what God wants, I believe.

I believe also as it is the principle behind such a law that man needs rest from his labors.

It is really a pity that there are those that believe God's laws are not for the benefit of mankind, that God is some kind of wrathful monster that wants us to observe laws just for the benefit of showing our allegiance to him.

And of course, there are those that spend much of their time judging others on what details of the law we do or do not obey. Such was the case with the Pharisees who condemned Jesus for not observing their Sabbath in the way they conceived of it.
---Lee1538 on 8/7/09


If you happen to be a Jew keeping the old Jewish Sabbath is very important, mandatory in fact. All other are trying to justify themselves by keeping the law, by which, Almighty God has said no one will be justified.
---mima on 8/7/09




One day out of seven, that's what God wants, I believe. Having had many jobs where it was impossible to always have Sunday off (the same with Saturday if that had been my Sabbath),I believe God cares more about our attention to Him than the day of the week.

With a family, it has to take real planning of activities so that other things don't interfere. If it's just a day of leisure, everything else will distract your attention from the Lord.
---Donna on 8/6/09


I do not see anything in the New Covenant of the church that requests, commands, or even suggest that Christians need observe any day as holy. Romans 14:5 is very clear on that much.

While we refer to Sunday, (the Lord's day so-called since Jesus arose on the 1st day of the week), as the Christian Sabbath we only gather for communal worship on that day in accordance to that the tradition established by the Apostles and their immediate successors.

Nowhere in the writings of the early church do we see anything that supports the observance of the old Jewish sabbath for the Gentile church.

---Lee1538 on 8/6/09


"If you love Me, keep My commandments". I dont keep the sabbath so I can be saved, I keep the sabbath because I am saved. Its sad to see all the division between everyone. I can see the devil right now laughing at us.
---Johnny on 8/6/09


>"no day is more Holy then the next"

The only day that is ever holy is the one that God made holy:

Genesis 2:3 And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified [made holy] it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.

No man can undo it, no man can make another day holy.
---djconklin on 3/27/09


Rhonda- "No Christ broke the Pharisee's ceremonial laws of Moses on the Sabbath he did not "destroy/smash" HIS Sabbath that is antichrist"

Actually if he broke even the oral laws of sabbath, he is disqualified from being the messiah and is guilty of sin.In Judaism it's understood that it's good to save a life or do good on sabbath, even if it means violating it. The adage says it's "better to break 1 sabbath so you can observe many". The temple was a holy place but even the sabbath command to rest overrode the temple's construction,human life & dignity overides the sabbath. Saying he broke oral law is also antichrist so be careful.
---Jeff on 3/15/09




Everyday is holy to the Lord and should be to us as well. Being a Christian is a 24 hour day duty. We take Christ with us wherever we go and speak out for Him every chance we get.
You are placing unnecessary strains and burdens on yourself by trying to follow this pattern that your parents imposed on you, as a kid.Your parents lacked spiritual wisdom and knowledge about this.
I work,if I want to,go shopping,clean house,do laundry whatever on Sunday. I go to church also. The rest of the day is mine to do as I please. I am a Christian.
---Robyn on 3/14/09


No Christ broke the Pharisee's ceremonial laws of Moses on the Sabbath he did not "destroy/smash" HIS Sabbath that is antichrist
---Rhonda on 3/12/09
Correct, because if Christ had broken God's law, and had been tempted to sin by breaking the 4th Sabbath commandment, Satan would have won the war and Christ could not have been the perfect lamb of God without spot or blemish who taketh away our sins. Because Christ WAS the perfect lamb, without spot or blemish, that means he never sinned, and never broke any commandment, including the 4th Sabbath. So much for the Christ broke the Sabbath so I can too theory, it comes from people whom the Spirit of God does not lead to speak and who do not know their Bibles very well.
---Gina7 on 3/14/09


Go into your concordance and look up "Jesus broke Sabbath" bc it means he BROKE IT! smashed it, destroyed it........we now worship Him everyday

no day is more Holy then the next
---Andrea on 2/1/08
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No Christ broke the Pharisee's ceremonial laws of Moses on the Sabbath he did not "destroy/smash" HIS Sabbath that is antichrist

RCC gave men Sun-day and boldly proclaim all her worship on Sunday worship her ...their defiant DECLARATION they alone DESTROYED Gods Holy Sabbath day is AGAINST biblical Christ and HIS Sabbath

Christ as Word and LORD of The Sabbath did not change the day he gave to mankind when he declared it perpetual meaning forever to separate HIS people from all others on earth
---Rhonda on 3/12/09


No real need to keep Sunday,1st day, of the week holy.
Read the 4th commandment in your Bible and you will see that the one holy day to
remember is the Sabbath day, the 7t day!
PR
---Pierr5358 on 3/12/09


how to keep Sunday holy?
---dime on 3/11/09


frances - * just believe in the WHOLE truth and the WHOLE of the commands of God, and the WHOLE of the prophets' words. I do not believe in man's additions or changes, mainly to adapt to pagan celebrations.

And I can understand that however,we are called upon 'study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth 2 Tim. 2:15 and also to 'teach what accords with sound doctrine' Tit. 2:1.
---Lee on 3/22/08


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Ignatius is a common name in Christianity. If you mean St Ignatius of Antioch please specify. There are at least two other saints called Ignatius. One is the founder of the Freemasons (Jesuits).
---frances008 on 3/22/08


Lee, I think we can get a lot closer to the Bible than the generation after, for instance the apostles and Jesus himself, who all celebrated the Jewish Sabbath. I am not a SDA. I just believe in the WHOLE truth and the WHOLE of the commands of God, and the WHOLE of the prophets' words. I do not believe in man's additions or changes, mainly to adapt to pagan celebrations.
---frances08 on 3/22/08


A little more strict than the other six. God will only allow me to rest, blog as long as I talk about Him, talk to Jesus, complain a little to Jesus, Get in trouble with Jesus, Cook a little perhaps. That's it.
---catherine on 2/4/08


By walking in prayer, in the Holy Spirit, as you should likewise be doing on Monday, on Tuesday, on Wednesday, on Thursday, on Friday, on Saturday as well as on Sunday. No Christian should be serving Christ only one day a week. Do you only eat once a week? wash yourself only once a week? or sleep only one day a week? Then too, please be thankful enough to afford Christ our Savior the glory due his name seven days a week, and not just a pauper's hour or so once a week.
---Eloy on 2/3/08


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This place is full of accusers isn't it. I have to check every blog to see what words people have been putting in my mouth to discredit me. All these things will be remembered in the Book of Rememberance when you are judged.
---frances on 2/3/08


wow, all who go to church are hypocrites?! It's really SAD that one can think like this.
---Ghost on 2/3/08


BarbaraNV. Hypocrites go to church. Others who go to church may not be hypocrites. Church going is no test of Christianity. I think church-going has done more harm than good to Christianity. It is better to be an underground resistance to the established Church.
---frances on 2/2/08


Lee: "Last time I checked as to what my church beleives, found myself pretty much in agreement with them."

And what "church" would that be????
---jerry6593 on 2/2/08


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' You might want to pray quietly not on the corner where you will be seen, nor at Church where the hypocrites go.'
---frances on 1/29/08

Frances, are you including ALL churches in this statement?
If some are hypocrites, what better place for them to be than at a Christ centered church where they can get healing for their souls?
---NVBarbara on 2/2/08


Dr Rich, your last sentence belies the rest of your explanation. If the prophecies were conditional on good behaviour which never was realized, then the sinners were to receive the fulfilment of the prophecies, the prophecies lived to completion and Jerusalem was destroyed several times. (At least twice.) The Woman is metaphorical (self proclaimed believers in God), same as nakedness (sin revealed) and adultery (idol worship). Punishment is real. Repentence will spare us from wrath.
---frances on 2/1/08


Jerry - *Lee: You have created your own religion. Shall we call it Leeism?*

Last time I checked as to what my church beleives, found myself pretty much in agreement with them.

It is true that you will find someone that is a Presbyterian, Methodist or Lutheran and really cannot adequately explain their churches position on key doctrines. It is much the same as some Adventist who rigthfully reject the writings of Ellen White, but I guess that would be the Christian faction.
---Lee on 2/1/08


frances, no the woman in Hosea was NOT the same as in Revelation (not 'RevelationS). AND this is for all of you, there are many prophecies that were conditional, meaning they would only happen IF something else happend. Is. 65-66 is this way. Many others in Is. were the same. Hosea has the same problems. This was why some of the understanding in Daniel was 'sealed'. Israel still had a choice to be rightious at that time. These prophecies died when the Jews refused to do what God commanded.
---Dr._Rich on 2/1/08


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rich - the OT also spoke of a time when we would no longer just worship on Saturday but from sabbath to sabbath

Isa 66:23 And it shall come to pass, [that] from one new moon to another, and from one sabbath to another, shall all flesh come to worship before me, saith the LORD.

SDA need to change the Bible to fit Ellen White in to prophecy
---Andrea on 2/1/08


...many here refer to the Jewish Sabbath Day? Jesus was a Jew and the Word and the Word was made flesh ...he was the God of the old testament ...,,,,and then call it a Jewish Sabbath Day ..the Sabbath is simply the last day of the week as stated in Genesis made Holy by God.
---Rhonda on 1/30/08

Go into your concordance and look up "Jesus broke Sabbath" bc it means he BROKE IT! smashed it, destroyed it........we now worship Him everyday

no day is more Holy then the next
---Andrea on 2/1/08


Catherine: Good point! Eze 8 chronicles the first Easter sunrise service. God wasn't pleased with it.

Lee: You have created your own religion. Shall we call it Leeism?
---jerry6593 on 2/1/08


People who consider themselves saintly, have no need for Jesus....so they will in their hearts lean on their own self righteousness and end up going to the lake of fire. Works do not save us, faith in Christ saves us. We can never be perfect, but we can admit we are sinners....idol worshippers, etc, and then we can try and put things right.
---frances on 1/31/08


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Jerry - all the redeemed in Christ are regarded in Scirpture as saints,howbeit, Roman Catholicism confirms the title on selected people who in their opinion have lived meritorious lives. If I am worthy of such a title, I will let you know.

Esteem (Romans 14:5) does mean to value something highly or in a particular way such as worship on a certain day.
---Lee on 1/31/08


Ezekiel 8. The worse act of abomination involved twenty-five men [priests also means preachers], Their backs were to the Lord's temple, and they were bowing down to the rising sun. v. 6 God then said. "Do you see the terriable sins of the people of Israel? Their sins are making my holy temple unfit as a place to worship me. >>Therefore will I also deal in fury, mine eye shall not spare, neither will I have pity: and though they cry in mine ears with a loud voice, yet will I not hear them.
---catherine on 1/31/08


As Christians collectively we have a tendency to ignore the things God told us to do. With the exception of the Adventist we don't keep the true Sabbath, Friday Sundown to Saturday Sundown and we accuse them of not being Christian. We don't keep the Passover as God told is to do.
Instead we Celebrate Christmas, Easter and Sunday that no one told is to do, so I don't think we have any right to throw stones at others.
---notlaw99 on 1/31/08


Lee: I see, according to the Book of Lee then, "esteem" means "to sanctify." I suppose you have also declared yourself to be "holy." Shall we now call you St. Lee?
---jerry6593 on 1/31/08


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*You can't find anywhere that God or Jesus ever said such a thing! It was Satan, thru Paul that gave us the confusion we have today*

One of the basic premises of the Christian faith is the belief in the plenary & inerrancy of Scripture. So if you believe the Apostle Paul was a tool in the hands of Satan, you apparently do not believe that the Scripture with its 66 books were penned by the Holy Spirit.
---Lee on 1/30/08


Reading through this blog I see this same quote - many here refer to the Jewish Sabbath Day? Jesus was a Jew and the Word and the Word was made flesh ...he was the God of the old testament ...why would He change His day of rest for mankind and then call it a Jewish Sabbath Day ..the Sabbath is simply the last day of the week as stated in Genesis made Holy by God.
---Rhonda on 1/30/08


Hosea 2.11 ''I will stop her celebrations, her yearly festivals, her New Moons , her Sabbath days - all her appointed feasts.'' The woman referred to is the same as in Revelations, the adultress Church that worships idols.
---frances on 1/30/08


Yes, Dr Rich, we had better know our Bibles as well as the devil knows it, in fact BETTER. The devil knows the Bible well, and quotes only what he wants from it. You will find that quote in prophecies in the O.T.
---frances on 1/30/08


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francis, Hope you don't mind but I need to correct you. It was PAUL that said that about new moons and sabbaths. God never changed and would NOT have said that. You can't find anywhere that God or Jesus ever said such a thing! It was Satan, thru Paul that gave us the confusion we have today. Read "THE SPIRIT OF THE CHURCH" for proof! Also read Ez.8 to see what God says about those who keep the SUNday holy!
---Dr._Rich on 1/30/08


Jerry - *God made the Sabbath Day holy. He did not make Sunday or any other day holy! Do you or any other mortal have the power to MAKE something holy? I don't think so!*

Romans 14:5,6b One person esteems one day as better than another, while another esteems all days alike. .... The one who observes the day, observes it in honor of the Lord.

To make any day (or anything) holy is simply 'to dedicate or set [it] apart for religious purposes'.

Read the dictionary definition.
---Lee on 1/29/08


Whichever day you chose to set aside for God, you might spend the day with the television (god of this world) off, and do something constructive for your eternal soul, or for others, materially, or spiritually. You might want to pray quietly not on the corner where you will be seen, nor at Church where the hypocrites go.
---frances on 1/29/08


*We don't need to be led astray by wolves and leaders who are working for a specific agenda and believe the lies of this age.*

Very true, and we have seen many of those wolves and their puppies that have an agenda during our time - Hubbard with Scientology, J. Smith with the Mormons, Russell with the JWs, and last but not least Ellen White with the Adventists.
---Sandy on 1/29/08


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) Frances - if you were to study early church history you would find that the church no longer observed the Jewish Sabbath by the beginning of the 2d century. Why? Simply because the Jerusalem council (Acts 15) did not impose laws that were strictly Jewish onto the Gentile church.

And you say we need to observe the Jewish Sabbath. I do not know how much closer we can get to the truth of what we read from the church fathers.
---lee on 1/29/08


2) Frances - St.Ignatius was a disciple of the Apostle John. 'if we still live according to Jewish law, we acknowledge that we have not received grace....those who were brought up in the ancient order of things (Jews) have come to the possession of a new hope, no longer observing the Sabbath, but living in the observance of the Lords day ...'(letter to the Magnesians 110 a.d.)

How much closer can we get to the truth than what we read from that 2d generation of Chrisians?
---lee on 1/29/08


You are no longer a child.You need to understand God's best for you and whatis expected of you as a Christian.Everyday should be holy. Not just Sundays. Christ expects us to live holy lives daily not just one day per week. I do not live under bondage. I am under the grace of God and therefore all things are open to me to enjoy but only if they magnify and glorify God. I live within boundaries God has set for me.
---Robyn on 1/29/08


Virginia: How can we KEEP something holy that was never MADE holy? The Bible says that God made the Sabbath Day holy. He did not make Sunday or any other day holy! Do you or any other mortal have the power to MAKE something holy? I don't think so!
---jerry6593 on 1/29/08


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I am truly confused about all this. After all didn't God say he despised New Moons and Sabbaths. I think he was saying 'There are many much more binding laws concerning treatment of human beings'. He wants us to get our relationship with others right before going to the altar to worship him.
---frances on 1/29/08


Just a thought. Maybe the reason that it is so hard to keep Sunday holy is that it was not intended to be kept. Nature has a way or a cycle that is ingrained in its creatures that guides them. We should look at these cycles and learn from them.
---dan on 1/29/08


During the day on Friday, I try to get all of my housework & cooking done (for 2 days). When the sun sets, I pray & begin 24 hours of rest, bible reading, study, prayer & meditation--no work and no play. I also use the time to catch up on blogs & forums focused on the Word. I consider it a day set apart to do absolutely nothing but rest & focus solely on Him. My church holds Saturday AND Sunday services, so I opt to go on Saturday evening as the day ends.
---AlwaysOn on 1/28/08


.steveng, do not believe the lie that the followers of Christ had no New Testament scriptures and relied on the old testament, because the Bible speaks contrarily to this falsehood. Jesus' new laws and new testament were being recorded even as he spoke from the opening of the gospel, and in Matthew chapter 5 he makes a very clear distinction between the old dead law and his new living law. Yes indeed, the very words and very works of Christ were being written as Jesus lived and ministered among us.
---Eloy on 1/28/08


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Ezekiel 8 addresses the complaint God had about the syncretism of the worship of Jehovah with the worship of the heathen religions. The Jews became corrupted in their worship as they worshipped both Jehovah well as other gods.

What is addressed there has virtually nothing to do with those that worship the Lord only.

We observe communal worship on Sunday in honor of the Lord's ressurection and in accordance to apostolic tradition.
---Lee on 1/28/08


Dr Rich - *Let's see now, what was it that God did on the first day of the week? It sure was not what God called 'holy'!

Christ arose from the dead on the first day of the week, that is why the church since its conception has observed Sunday as the Lord's Day. I thought everyone already knew that.

O about those holy days, ever read Romans 14, that the church has no holy days but only has communal worship on Sundays in accordance to that tradition established by Christ's Apostles?
---Lee on 1/28/08


God is mighty and as Catherine says, sees everything, and every thought and intent of the heart (Psalm 139). People have decided what pleases themselves instead of what God DECIDED. We have Bibles for our own study. We don't need to be led astray by wolves and leaders who are working for a specific agenda and believe the lies of this age.
---frances on 1/28/08


We know false Churches because of their throwing out the commandments. The first to go was keeping the Sabbath day for God. Somehow we ended up keeping the Sun god's day. This is outright paganism bolding taking over the Church. We ought to resist it and go back to God.
---frances on 1/28/08


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You may want to re-read Ezekiel 8 for your straight answer on this. What is it about the word 'SUN' that people don't understand? Does not a week contains 7 days? And where did we get that from? Let's see now, what was it that God did on the first day of the week? It sure was not what God called 'holy'!
---Dr._Rich on 1/28/08


virgina,keep sunday holy. we should try everyday.the only way is thru jesus.
---tom2 on 1/28/08


Steveng - The Bereans were verifying what Paul has to say about Jesus being the Messiah, the fulfillment of prophecy and that from the Old Testament Scripture. They were not researching the law concerning dietary foods, sabbath observance, sacrificial ritual, etc.
---lee on 2/13/07


When the Bible says that the Bereans, and other first Christians, searched the scriptures to find the truth, what scriptures were they using since the new testament wasn't written yet?
---Steveng on 2/12/07


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While nothing in the Bible commands the church to observe any day as holy, the church merely follows that tradition established by the Apostles in gathering for communal worship on Sundays.

Jewish converts in the early church still followed the Mosaic laws, the observance of any day was left up to the convictions of the individual.

Romans 14:5 One person esteems 1 day as better than another, while another esteems all days alike. Each should be fully cconvinced in his own mind.
---lee on 2/12/07


Nowhere in the bible where it says keep the First day of the week/resurection day holy ever. The 7th day is biblical and perpetual and its perpetuity ensures us to know right from wrong. Kay where in scripture did u get all this garbage.
---jana on 2/12/07


steveng, FINALLY someone else used the word entertainment.thank you brother.seems to me to be the passion today from tv to movies to sports from rising in the morning to laying down at night people want to be entertained.
---tom2 on 2/11/07


The fourth commandment remembers the Creator. Creator as God's identity.
---jhonny on 2/11/07


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Why don't we just do things that we know are right, even if it is an inconvience to us. Just because, we love God and out of respect for God. And noone has any fear of God today. FOLKS, THIS IS MAINLY FOR THE WICKED AND THE LOST. There is A God and He sees each and everything you do and say. He is powerful, you will get away with NOTHING.
---catherine on 2/11/07


How do we keep Sunday holy? I was unaware that New Covenant believers were given a law to keep any day holy.

"..look into how sunday worship came to be."

Shawn, Sunday gatherings came to be shortly after Christ resurrected. It *is* biblical. New Covenant believers have the freedom to gather together whenever they want to. We don't have to set aside any particular day.
---Kay6588 on 2/11/07


Sure, keep Sunday Holy. And Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. But keep Saturday the time of rest as commanded by God himself. In today's world people, Christians too, need a Rest more than ever. We have filled every minute of the day with entertianment and no time for a real relationship with God.
---Steveng on 2/11/07


Rebecca I agree. If you eat out you are employing someone else to do your work for you on a Sunday but it's amazing how many Christians think it is fine to do that so that they don't have to. There are chores that are necessary and others that are not but if it's not right for us we should not expect it to be right for others either. Although it was a very long time ago I still thank God that my midwife was working on a Sunday when I had my first child!!!
---m.p.a. on 2/11/07


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Gen 2:2-3 By the seventh day God had finished the work He had been doing;...And God blesses the seventh day and made it holy...
Exodus20:8 "Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy...v10but the seventh day is a Sabbath(meaning day of rest)to the Lord your God.
Daniel 7:25 He will speak against The Most High and oppress his saints and try to change the set times and laws...
look into how sunday worship came to be.
ask yourself "can I make a day Holy?"
---Shawn on 2/11/07


I cook on Sunday's. People would tell me, oh you can't cook on Sunday's go out and eat. To me either way someone is working. I can't afford to eat out every Sunday. So yes I cook. (when I'm able). My husband works. He can't tell the criminals, "don't do anything stupid on Sunday's, cause I can't put you in jail and process the paper work". Yeah, like that would work. My rest in Jesus is coming, I don't know when. But I do know it is soon and I'm looking forward to that.
---Rebecca_D on 2/11/07


I keep Sunday Holy, Because GOD told ME To, "Directly."
---catherine on 2/11/07


God is Creator. Rest gives honour. 4 For he spake in a certain place of the seventh day on this wise, And God did rest the seventh day from all his works.
5 And in this place again, If they shall enter into my rest.
6 Seeing therefore it remaineth that some must enter therein, and they to whom it was first preached entered not in because of unbelief:" It is faith God is looking for. Belief and faith are the same word. 1Pe 4:19, "...a faithful Creator."
---jhonny on 2/10/07


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This is one area in which we should follow our consciences. To look for rules in this and other matters is to turn to legalism.
---Jack on 2/10/07


When I was a very young Christian I was criticized if I did anything other than read a Christian book on a Sunday, after going to Church. If that is what an individual's conscience is telling them fair enough, they should stick with that, but personally, now I am older, I can see no wrong in going for a drive in the countryside, taking the dog for a walk of several other things. As far as actual work is concerned, I do only that which is necessary because I see Sunday as 'my' day of rest.
---m.p.a. on 2/10/07


I keep Sunday Holy===Just like God told me to do. I study sometimes. I BLOG on Christianet, Spend time with God, this all varies from Sunday to Sunday. Praise and Worship. Perhaps read some christian books. seems I cannot find time to do. And I rest. Cook dinner. And I GIVE MYSELF A FACIAL, dO THE DISHES.
---catherine on 2/10/07


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