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Is it wrong to mow my grass on Sunday?

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Post 1: I am actually doing a study on the Sabbath now and when Jesus said that He was Lord over the Sabbath, He was He was signifying His authority. "The Sabbath was made for man, not man made for the Sabbath", this is signifying that we need rest (both physical and spiritual). The Ten Commandments are God's guideline for us to live by. They are summed up by the two greatest commandments: Love God and Love people. Why would Jesus have called these commandments? Why would He have pulled these from the Gods other laws and not the Ten Commandments if these are the only ones? Because the Ten Commandments fall into these two other commandments. Cont.
---drc0369 on 6/24/09

Post 2: We are missing the point: The Sabbath was made for man. The significance is not what day it is, but making sure we keep the Sabbath holy no matter what day we set aside for God. In this day and age some people dont have a choice to have a weekend day off and have to work or they will lose their jobs. Jesus said the law does not stop you from doing good on the Sabbath. It is our responsibility to witness or minister to someone in need if the Holy Spirit leads us to do so. So whatever your day off is, then that should become your Sabbath and thus fulfill what Jesus said about being Lord over the Sabbath.
---drc0369 on 6/24/09

mima "A story of mowing grass on Sunday."

Just read this post. My point exactly. This just reflects what I said about "doing good" on the Sabbath. The day is not as important as the observance.
---drc0369 on 6/24/09

Gordon *There is no Scriptural support for YAHUSHUA (JESUS) rising from the Dead on Sunday, the 1st day.

Mk.16:9 Now when Jesus was risen early the first day of the week, he appeared first to Mary Magdalene, out of whom he had cast seven devils.

However, the assumption that He arose early on Sunday is valid as ALL the early church records proclaim that. In fact, Christians even afterwards observed Sunday as a day of communal worship calling it the Lord's Day.

And of course, the early church being Jewish continued to observe the OT sabbath, however, the old covenant 'waxeth old and is really to vanish away' (Hebr 8:13), indeed it did with the destruction of the temple.
---Lee1538 on 6/24/09

---Gordon I'm in complete agreement with your last post. The statement Jesus made was one of release, freedom, of breaking the shackles and burdens of regulation and man-made laws. Is my contention that God wants man to be free, free to investigate the Scriptures, for to work out his own salvation without outside rules and regulations(in the vernacular we call those laws) made by man...
---mima on 6/24/09

Mima, And, what did YAHUSHUA (JESUS) really mean by that statement "The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath."? We must read it in it's context from which the Lord spoke it. The Pharisees were adding rules and regulations onto GOD's Sabbath Commandment that the LORD Himself never intended. The Pharisees, the supposed religious leaders, were making the Observance of the Sabbath a BURDEN for the people, rather than it being a pleasant, enriching experience that GOD meant for it to be. The Pharisees were accusing of YAHUSHUA of "working" on the sabbath when He healed people. But, that wasn't "work", that was releasing people from bondages, and doing Good!
---Gordon on 6/24/09

Lee1538, There is no Scriptural support for YAHUSHUA (JESUS) rising from the Dead on Sunday, the 1st day. The women went down to the Tomb with their spices and ointments to anoint the Body of the Lord, thinking He would still be in that Tomb. But, He was already risen, BEFORE Sunday morning.
---Gordon on 6/24/09

The Biblical Sabbath is the 7th day of the week. It was never changed in scripture.It remains part of the 10 commands. It is much more than a day off. It represents our Creator's ID. signature to all scripture,His authority etc.If changed, then everything else in scripture can be changed.Whether or not the early church worshipped on any other day is irrelevant - they were being disobedient to Christ - Mat.23:2,3 BEFORE the cross, MOSES'SEAT must include the orig. Sabbath - ALL WHATSOEVER, AFTER the cross Mat.28:19,20 same WHATSOEVER to ALL Nations must include same Sabbath for Jew and Gentile. Anything contrary must be disobedience, misunderstanding, misinterpretation, deception! Commandments are not mere suggestions that can be changed at will.
---elijah on 6/24/09

*"God made sabbath for man, not man for the sabbath."

And Jesus was saying that the Sabbath should not be any kind of burden as its original intent was to provide rest for man from his labors.

Unfortunately, the Pharisees like some Sabs today use the Sabbath as a yardstick to measure the spirituality of other Christians, failing to realize that there is virtually no command or even a suggestion in the New Covenant of the church for anyone to keep any day as holy. That much is very plain from even a casual reading of Romans 14.
---Lee1538 on 6/23/09

This answer"Jesus once said:
"God made sabbath for man, not man for the sabbath."

So what do you think?
---katherine on 6/20/09

Given by katherine really says it all. She is quoting Jesus and Jesus made the statement""God made sabbath for man, not man for the sabbath." If you go against this statement you are very silly.
---mima on 6/23/09

Gordon - *RELIGIOUS MAN is the one who appointed Sunday as the "Lord's Day".

Research by church historians including some that were SDA, have found that the early church outside of Palestine no longer observed the OT sabbath by the end of the first century.

We can rightfully conclude that the OT sabbath was not taught by the Apostles or their immediate successors to Gentile converts.

As to the 'Lord's Day', you will find that in all the early records, this is a reference to Sunday, the day Christ rose from the dead.

While I can offer you reliable references to that effect, can you do the same for your position?
---Lee1538 on 6/23/09

Lee1538, The "Gentile church" is a misnomer. For, the Church is composed of those born with Gentile blood, and of those born with Jewish blood. There are "neither Jew nor Gentile in CHRIST", but, that implies both are EQUAL in value and importance. For, some Jews in the Church were tempted to think they were "better" than the "pagan Gentiles" since they were of GOD's Chosen Race. The truth is, is that the 7th Day Sabbath is part of the 10 Moral Laws for all of GOD's people. The Sabbath is not an issue of "Jewish customs created for the Jewish race", it is GOD's Command for His people, both Jew AND Gentile. For anybody who wants to follow Him.
---Gordon on 6/23/09

Gordon - while I can agree with some of your statement, it is apparent that you fail to understand that the Sabbath law (being not a moral law), was not imposed on the Gentile church. This is rather obvious from any good reading of the early church writings.

Furthermore as most of the early church was composed of members from the lower social and economic classes (some were slaves), it would have been totally impractical for them to request from their superiors a certain day off for religious reasons.

Saturday was a Workday in most of the Roman Empire at that time, Sunday (the day of the Sun) was the only permissible nonworkday as decreed by those in authority.

You truly need to do your research into this subject.
---Lee1538 on 6/22/09

Lee1538, The NEW COVENANT is the shed Blood of YAHUSHUA (JESUS CHRIST). By Grace, through the Blood of YAHUSHUA, we are no longer under the 613 Mosaic laws. But, we are still expected to obey the Holy MORAL Laws of Love, commonly called the Ten Commandments. The 7th Day is still GOD's True sabbath Day. MAN, RELIGIOUS MAN is the one who appointed Sunday as the "Lord's Day".
---Gordon on 6/22/09

"Is it wrong to mow my grass on Sunday?"

Of course not. But God help you if you water it... except on Tuesday and Thursday.
---BruceB on 6/20/09

While there is virtually NOTHING in the New Covenant of the church that one must observe any day as holy (see Romans 14:5f), the early Gentile church founded by the Apostles and their disciples established that tradition of communal gathering on Sundays, later became known as the Christian Sabbath (the Lord's day).

It would not, in the least, been practical to observe the Jewish OT Sabbath as Saturday was considered a workday in most of the Roman empire (except in Palestine among the Jewish people).

And as most early Christians were of lower social and economic status (1 Cor. 1:26), it is unlikely they could have requested their slavemasters or superiors to take a certain day off for religious reasons.
---Lee1538 on 6/20/09

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Jesus once said:
"God made sabbath for man, not man for the sabbath."

So what do you think?
---katherine on 6/20/09

Jan, According to GOD, it is not wrong to mow your lawn on the first day of the week (Sunday). It is wrong to mow on the (True) Sabbath, which is the GOD-ordained Sabbath, the Seventh Day of the week (Friday sundown to saturday sundown).
---Gordon on 6/20/09

Obewan: I figured you agreed with my point...I have also been "resting" on both days, except I cook a week's worth of meals over the weekend for myself. I also do my tidying then too. But baseball, crocheting and journaling/reading are my weekend idea of rest.
---Trish9863 on 5/13/09

Obewan: Saturday or Sunday, either way, whatever day is the "Sabbath" the preacher is working, if he is paid by the church for which he preaches.
I don't have a problem with it, and we have the example of Jesus to go by who got in trouble for doing the "work" of healing on the Sabbath.

And, like you said, most preachers get Mondays off.

Lately, I have been lazy and taking rest on BOTH Saturdays and Sundays, with no laundry and just microwave meals. LOL
---obewan on 5/13/09

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Obewan: Saturday or Sunday, either way, whatever day is the "Sabbath" the preacher is working, if he is paid by the church for which he preaches. In the churches in which I have worshipped, the preacher usually took Monday as his day of rest and would spend that time with his wife, just relaxing and not worrying about the church.
---Trish9863 on 5/12/09


If a pastor is employed by the church in which he preaches, AND he preaches on Sunday, because that church believes Sunday is the Lord's Day, is he sinning because he is WORKING on the Lord's Day?

Just doing a reality check.
---Trish9863 on 5/11/09
No, because he probably has Saturday off, and Saturday was the "original" Sabbath. But, he could work for one of those churches like mine that has a Saturday service...LOL
---obewan on 5/12/09

Vicki: Is the Fourth Commantment the only one that you feel comfortable in breaking, or are there others? Some serial killers have "loved" their victims, and it is not unusual that an adulterer might "love" his new partner. Do you also condone such practices if there is "love" involved?
---jerry6593 on 5/12/09


If a pastor is employed by the church in which he preaches, AND he preaches on Sunday, because that church believes Sunday is the Lord's Day, is he sinning because he is WORKING on the Lord's Day?

Just doing a reality check.
---Trish9863 on 5/11/09

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That all depends on if one rests on Saturday or a Sunday. Not everyone has the same beliefs. I was taught that Sunday was the day of rest, and while I try to rest it is hard to do with two youn-in's and a husband that works evenings, even on Sunday's. I don't rest in church, Lord no. I'm just so happy to get out of the house and be around adults. But that isn't the reason I go to church. But doing work on Sunday or Saturday is up to each person and God. I was told to rest but with two children it is hard to do...unless their in school or asleep.
---Rebecca_D on 5/11/09

Jerry, so true! The 10 commandments were written in stone, but now God's law is written on our hearts. True, the heart can be full of deceit, but men also have the Spirit of God within and "a new commandment" given by Jesus to love God, love ourselves and love others. This is the FIRST and GREATEST commandment. If mowing the lawn doesn't violate love, cut the grass. Now, if your neighbor works third shift and sleeps when you want to cut the grass and you know he's sleeping and cut the grass anyway, you violate the law of love. Cutting the grass while he's sleeping is unloving toward him. Grace and love overshadows law and legalism.
---Vicki on 5/11/09

Vicki: Consciences are a good thing generally, but the Bible says that the heart can be very deceitful. The Ten Commandments, however, are not subject to personal interpretation, but are the express will of God which He personally authored. They will never change. They are engraved in stone!
---jerry6593 on 5/11/09

It's wrong to mow the grass on Sunday if your conscience tells you not to do that. It not wrong if your conscience doesn't convict you. Paul talks about not violating our consciences and how some things are ok for some to do and not others.
---Vicki on 5/9/09

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Nurse: "So tell me, where in the 10 commandments are these written?"

You just printed it.

Mat 22:40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.

Love to God and Love to man summarize the Ten Commandments.

Commandments 1-4 = Love to God.

Commandments 5-10 = Love to Man.

Incidentally, are you aware that the Two Great Commandments that Jesus gave are quotes from the Old Testament, and that the OT Jews understood that they were summaries of the Ten Commandments?
---jerry6593 on 5/9/09

I have known Orthodox Jews who would not drive, turn on a light switch or even cross the street on the Sabboth ...certainly they'd never cook a meal.

I can't remember the reasoning, but some rabbi interpreted the scripture that way (for some reason, they could walk moderate long as they didn't cross a street... go figure!)

Some Christians might feel that mowing the grass was a "rest"-ful change, perhaps even spiritually refreshing, after 6 days slaving in some inner-city office.
---Donna66 on 5/8/09

Nurse: "Jerry... are you saying we only have to obey the ten commandments?"
---jerry6593 on 5/8/09

Matthew 22:
37 Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.
38 This is the first and great commandment.
39 And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.
40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.

So tell me, where in the 10 commandments are these written?
---NurseRobert on 5/8/09

Since only one man has ever kept the Ten Commandments perfectly only one person is saved by the Law. That one man was JESUS CHRIST. But he offers through grace that perfection to us. Not to live in sin but to follow Him and keep the Ten Commandments and the principals of Love in and through the power of the indwelling of the HOLY SPIRIT.

This we do because we are saved from the rule of sin in our lives. By our Lord and Saviour JESUS CHRIST.
---Samuel on 5/8/09

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Nurse: "Jerry... are you saying we only have to obey the ten commandments?"


Mat 19:17 .... if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments.

Joh 14:15 If ye love me, keep my commandments.

1Jn 2:4 He that saith, I know him, and keepeth not his commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him.
---jerry6593 on 5/8/09

What is work? Does it mean physical only?

The guy who earns his keep by mental effort throughout the week, will find that mowing the lawn on a Sunday afternoon (or Saturday for the SDA's) gives him rest.
---alan8566_of_UK on 5/7/09

katavasia- (5-1-09) What's wrong, didn't God ever tell you what you want to hear, or do you ever listen?
---Betty on 5/7/09

I know we aren't supposed to make people work on Sundays, but I buy my chicken from "Church's" so it must be alright.
---SusieB on 5/7/09

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I doubt you'll find that command among God's personal, handwritten Ten Commandments!
---jerry6593 on 5/6/09

Jerry... are you saying we only have to obey the ten commandments?
---NurseRobert on 5/6/09

John: "Jerry. The Bible also tells you not to shave your beard. Do you do that?"

I doubt you'll find that command among God's personal, handwritten Ten Commandments!
---jerry6593 on 5/6/09

You know, in the old days, people would even prepare their meals before Sunday so that they didn't have to work on Sunday.

Jesus said, "Man was not made for the sabbath, but the sabbath for man." This is why it was okay for him to be in a field, picking up stuff with his disciples for food.

If it feels wrong to you, don't do it.
---amand6348 on 5/5/09

Jerry...I know what you mean. We retired in order to do ministry full-time and find that it is working. We are finding many more opportunities to tell people about Jesus everyday.
---SusieB on 5/5/09

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Jerry. The Bible also tells you not to shave your beard. Do you do that? All these ceremonial and sacrificial laws have been done away with. As recorded in Col. 2, Circumcision, holy days, and Sabbath days, which where all perpetual covenants, where included. You can keep your Sabbath day if you like but to tell people that God requires it to the Church is false doctrine.
---john on 5/5/09

SusieB: "Jerry6593...Please quote the scripture that commands me to work six days per week. I'm retired."

Glad to.

Exo 20:8-10 Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy. SIX DAYS SHALT THOU LABOUR, AND DO ALL THY WORK: But the seventh day is the sabbath of the LORD thy God: in it thou shalt not do any work,

P.S. I'm "retired" also, but you'd never know it. I work hard six days a week. It keeps me feeling young.
---jerry6593 on 5/5/09

SusieB ... Like you, I am retired, but we can'r stop work!

We still have to cook & clean, and maybe we have some voluntary jobs we can do for other people.

"Work" does not necessarily mean being paid for it!!
---alan8566_of_UK on 5/5/09

Jerry6593...Please quote the scripture that commands me to work six days per week. I'm retired.
---SusieB on 5/4/09

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Let me rephrase that. God COMMANDS us to work six days a week - Sunday through Friday - and to rest Friday sundown to Saturday sundown. Any of our own opinions or those of noted religious authorities to the contrary carry no weight whatsoever as compared to one of God's Ten Commandments!

So by mowing on Sunday, you are obeying God Himself.

Act 5:29 .... We ought to obey God rather than men.
---jerry6593 on 5/4/09

**God has in the past been somewhat liberal with me on this Sunday issue. God has told me that He would allow me to slide and finish a project that I didn't get to finish Saturday night.**

Isn't it wonderful how God tells catherine exactly what she wants to hear?
---katavasia on 5/1/09

In one verse of Scripture the question of whether or not we can mold grass on Sunday is answered and laid aside.
Scripture Mark 2:27,"And he said unto them, The sabbath was made for man, and not man for the sabbath:" it seemed reasonable to understand that the sabbath which was made for man can be used by man as man so pleases.
---mima on 5/1/09

The Bible says to work six days a week and rest on the Sabbath day. That's good enough for me. The opinions of men are irrelevant to me.
---jerry6593 on 5/1/09

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I look at this God's way: Saturday or Sunday are only days.
Before the Cross a day was the sabbath
When Jesus died on The Cross He became our Sabbath.So I rest in Him every day Amen!!!
---Gabby on 4/30/09

The original sabbath was Saturday, so the same question applies for that day.

The way I look at it is we should pick one day to honor. My church has worship on both days so people can choose.

As for my chores, I try to take rest for one of the two days. If that is not possible, I split my rest 1/2 day each between the two Sabbaths we have known.
---obewan on 4/28/09

MIC ... I think and hope that Mima had tongue in cheek
---alan8566_of_UK on 4/27/09

I think he did too ,)
---NurseRobert on 4/27/09

MIC ... I think and hope that Mima had tongue in cheek
---alan8566_of_UK on 4/27/09

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Mima:- Just one question since you say you have the power to excommunicate, holding titles to SDA and BC. 1. which BC? you did not state, there are several. #2which one of these 2 institutions is TRUE.#3 while thanking you for your openess How much does it cost for Reinstatement? To whom is the cheque made out to. Not Mima I hope.?Thanks for your openess.LOOKING forward to a reply.<:-)
---MIC on 4/27/09

Mima.. I may be excommunicated, but I have a garage that is still standing!!!
---NurseRobert on 4/27/09

My husband and I taught adult Sunday School. Then I did the Children's Church service. Then we drove 90 miles to do a two-hour jail service. Whew! Mowing the lawn would have been less work! Think about it!
---SusieB on 4/27/09

---NurseRobert, well as an official representative of the Seven-Day Adventist, a worldwide Church of God(Armstrongism) and the seven-day Baptist Church(and I'm sure you know there really is such a church)it is my duty to officially announce your excommunication from these organizations!!!!

Do not be totally dismayed however (if sufficient funds are given) you could possibly still be reinstated!!!
---mima on 4/27/09

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In readying nurseRobert's>>>answer. Is a reminder: however, keep in mind, these are a raRITY. God has in the past been somewhat liberal with me on this Sunday issue. God has told me that He would allow me to slide and finish a project that I didn't get to finish Saturday night. Dishes or perhaps sweeping or moping the floors. But, please keep in mind these are a rarity. God meant it when He told me directly and made this law one of the Ten Commandments, "to keep it holy and rest". And this law is not just for me, either. It's For ALL BORN-AGAIN BELIEVERS.++
---catherine on 4/27/09

I don't know about mowing the lawn, but I did put a new foundation under my garage this weekend (including today) since it was about to tumble over.....

Since I believe God wants me to be a good steward of the things he gives me, and since I already work 2 jobs during the week, I'm sure he doesn't have a lot of problems with this.

Besides, it was a great time of fellowship with my FIL who is one of the wisest Christian men I have ever met....
---NurseRobert on 4/26/09

I think it is interesting that we ignore half of the commandment. The commandment is 6 Days Thou Shalt Labor...

Most of us don't need to be commanded to rest and maybe that is part of the reason we skip over the first part of the commandment.

Now back to the topic, I think that the sabbath should be a day of the Lord and as much as is possible and reasonable, we should rest from wordly work and wordly cares, so we can think more upon the things of God.
---Chris on 4/25/09

Yes. You have six other days to do it.
---Betty on 4/24/09

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You know what. the Bible says that the Sabbath was made for the christian not the other way around. I really think if you are relaxing by gardening and doing the lawn mowing It can be a form of resting. I also think there is other forms of resting. Like resting in our Lord. Trusting Him. He is awesome!
---linda_Carlton on 4/24/09

Some people say Sunday is the New Testament Sabbath. Yet they refuse to spend the Time with GOD that a day of worship requires. It would be too boring for them to spend that much time with GOD.

Yet they think that an etenity with GOD wouold be fun when they cannot spend a few hours with HIM.
---Samuel on 4/24/09

I enjoy yard work, and love to spend my Sundays gardening and keeping things neat and pretty. It is a testimony to my neighbors. For me, it is relaxing and recreational, so I see nothing wrong with it, any day of the week.

You are free to do whatever you want on Sunday, as long as you spend time with the Lord as well.

I work a part time job every other Sunday, and have no guilt about it at all. My job is in healthcare, in a hospital where there are mentally ill patients.
---Trish9863 on 4/23/09

Why does a good majority of christians I've met in the past believe that the sabbath is a jewish law. God sanctified it before Adam and Eve fell. God made it holy thousands of years before Israel became a nation. God blessed it before the jewish people set foot in the earth.

We need the sabbath more today than anytime in history. Christians fill up every minute of every day with ipods, computers, TVs, cell phones, entertainment, church, family, friends, shopping, eating, reading, etc. When do they have time for God?
---Steveng on 4/23/09

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Mark Eaton...Please show the scripture which states that Sunday is the Sabbath for non-Jews? I've looked all over the Bible and can't find that scripture. Thanks!
---SusieB on 4/23/09

For me it is, because I was going to a couple of years ago, when God spoke to me and said, "hum, keep it holy and rest"....It is so amazing how God's words sticks for ever.
---catherine on 4/23/09


No it is not a sin.

Sunday is the Lord's day and should be honored as such. It is the Sabbath for non-Jews.

The Old Testament Law said to honor the Sabbath and to keep it separated (holy). Jewish law forbids any work on the Sabbath. Jesus taught in Mark that the Sabbath was created for man's benefit, not the other way around. It is a day of rest from working, a day to honor God, and to not do the same things you do on the other six days.

Can you do activities on Sunday like mowing the yard? Yes, if that is the ONLY day you can do it. But our desire as Believers is to honor God in all we do, even mowing the yard.
---Mark_Eaton on 4/23/09

If mowing the lawn keeps you from going to church, then I believe it is wrong.
However if you mowed your neighbors lawn in Christian love, that is another story.
If it keeps you from learning and doing God's will it is wrong.
---dave on 4/22/09

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Of course not.
---Donna66 on 4/22/09

No, mowing your lawn on Sunday is not a sin. Sunday is not the Sabbath.
---SusieB on 4/22/09

Yes, If it,s before 8 am and you live next door!
---1st_cliff on 4/22/09

Nice try, now get out there and mow the lawn!
---TIMOTHY on 4/22/09

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A story of mowing grass on Sunday. After witnessing to a young man( friend of my son) I had return to work on the river. Two weeks later this same young man called my wife and ask her could he go to church with her on Sunday. Which of course she readily agreed too. After church my wife told this young man named Roger, that she would cook him some chicken for dinner. While she was cooking dinner she heard the lawnmower start up, Roger had decided to mow the yard on Sunday.

After dinner was prepared she ask Roger to come in and eat some chicken and he did then out of the clear blue Roger told my wife the following. To be continued
---mima on 4/22/09

Mrs.----- I wanted to go up front this morning when the preacher gave the altar call, to this my wife told Roger Roger it is possible to accept the Lord Jesus Christ right now here where we are. And Roger said to this I want to accept Christ. Roger and my life knelt by the couch and my wife led Roger in a sinners prayer.
To doubters let me say this, Roger is today of course saved belongs to the church up the street and still speaks of the day he accepted Christ. This happened about 15 years ago!!!! Just a mowing the yard on Sunday story.
---mima on 4/22/09

The Shabot (Sabbath) is on Friday night after sundown....if that's why you're asking this question.

But I TRULY believe that if we take one day and spend it with the Lord, relaxing, not working, fellowshipping, then that could be your Sabbath.

What does everyone else feel? Why did Jesus rebuke the Pharisees when they corrected him for healing the sick on the sabbath?
---donna8365 on 4/22/09

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