Christ came just as prophecy had foretold. He was the “way, the truth, and the life,” and the beams of the Sun of Righteousness dispelled the moral darkness so that the honest in heart might see the truth.
This morning I was watching the local news and the weather lady was discussing the smokey conditions created by the many wild fires surrounding the small town of Colville WA. She pointed to a chart which marked our area as "Hazardous".
I've often asked myself the question, what does it mean to keep the Sabbath day holy? As a man raised in the Seventh-day Adventist church I have heard all the arguments. No scriptural proof-stone has been left unturned. I could do a fairly good job of surgically and biblically proving to you that God never changed the day from Saturday to Sunday. It really isn't that hard to prove because, when all the biblical facts are laid out, the evidence is overwhelming that God's holy day is the 7th day of the week. It seems that at some point, the Sabbath day has to become something more than just facts that weigh in favor of my Christian day of observance. And there's another question. Is it really just about a day to go and put my butt in a pew for a few hours, or is it meant to be something more?