The Lord’s Day

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Often I hear Sunday being called the Lord’s Day. It’s a good fit. Christians see Sunday as Sabbath because we are Easter people and the Lord’s resurrection was on a Sunday. The jews remain fixed on their sabbath being from sun down on Friday night to sundown on Saturday night.

Today has been a beautiful Lord’s day for us. We’ve worshipped Him and shared time with friends in rich Christian fellowship. Altogether, it was a day of rest for us. I am grateful for my many brothers and sisters who have made the day right for others. Officers in field roles expend a great deal of energy on Sundays so that the rest of us can worship and rest in Him. Thank you.

Could tomorrow be the Lord’s day? I think so. I truly see every day as the Lord’s. I hope to worship Him every day of my life, and rest in Him as I can.

“By your words I can see where I’m going; they throw a beam of light on my dark path. I’ve committed myself and I’ll never turn back from living by your righteous order. Everything’s falling apart on me, God; put me together again with your Word. Festoon me with your finest sayings, God; teach me your holy rules. My life is as close as my own hands, but I don’t forget what you have revealed. The wicked do their best to throw me off track, but I don’t swerve an inch from your course. I inherited your book on living; it’s mine forever— what a gift! And how happy it makes me! I concentrate on doing exactly what you say— I always have and always will.” Psalm 119:105 MSG

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  • http://stevesimms.wordpress.com/ Steve Simms

    “I truly see every day as the Lord’s.” I agree. God deserves all of our heart and all of our service everyday, not just on Sundays.

  • Paul Cranford

    We are His and He is ours – 22/7/365. To often people treat or practice Christianity as a religion, but see it as a lifestyle.