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1857. Excerpt: ... SABBATH DAY. Is Sunday or Saturday the Sabbath
Bay? With Some General Remarks On The Past, Present, And Future
Condition Of God's Ancient People, To Whom The Command Oe Keeping
The Sabbath Day Holy Was First Given. At the request of a few
friends I present this little work, first, to show that we, as
Christians, are now keeping the Sabbath on the day first set apart
by Jehovah, immediately after the creation of the world; and in so
doing, I trust that this will be the means of satisfying the minds
of many who have hitherto been sceptical on this subject, and of
comforting others who may have had their doubts as to the Day on
which the Sabbath ought to be kept. With this subject I purpose,
secondly, introducing to the reader the spiritual state and
condition, past, present, and future, of my own nation--the ancient
people of God, to whom the command was first given, "Remember the
Sabbath day, to keep it holy." It is not my intention to make any
lengthened remarks as to how this A hallowed day ought to be
observed; my object is to notice more especially the Day, whether
it be the Sunday, now called the first day of the week, or the
Saturday, now called the seventh day. If we can prove the former to
have been the day on which Jehovah rested from all his work, we
shall accomplish all we desire on this point. There can be no doubt
in the Christian mind that the Sabbath is a highly useful
institution, in a literal point of view, and a necessary religious
ordinance, as a sign between God and man. Every Christian man must
know that the command of Jehovah for keeping the Sabbath holy, is
binding upon the hearts and consciences of all who believe in him,
even as any other command given to us in the moral law. In the book
of Nehemiah, 13th chapter, loth and followin...
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