A Controversy Which Should Not Be
Pastor Ralph Ovadal
Today I want to revisit the Fourth Commandment controversy. Until the Twentieth Century, this was not a controversy. Christians right across the theological spectrum were in agreement that the Fourth Commandment is to be observed and obeyed by all the Lord's people.
The Lord's Day Sabbath Ten Commandments law
5/29/2020 08:03:15 pm
I love Pastor Ovadal! All glory to God! This is so edifying. I love the Lord's Day so much, and it teaches me in a very practical way to order each day of my life in obedience to God, that I may learn that He is Lord of my time and my life. All of my life belongs to Him and in His wisdom, at the creation, He ordained this Day. After the resurrection of our Lord, God moved the Sabbath from the last day of the week to the first day (Acts 20:7), because by faith in Christ as revealed in the new covenant, we enter into God's blessed rest and our life is now lived in preparation for that eternal rest we shall enjoy with Him. And even in the new heaven and earth this holy Day will remain in effect as Isaiah tells us (Isaiah 66:22-23). Another proof of the immutable and unchangeable nature of God's blessed and holy law. Praise the Lord!
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