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Re:  The Jewish Sabbath .......

Quote from: Cobalt1959 on Yesterday at 03:33:26
So you are claiming that you do NO work on Saturday?
"work" as defined by the Law and Prophets, of course. Why would I call Jesus Lord, Lord, and willfully reject one of His Commandments HE said was made for man?

Would I go to a strip club in order to honor "Thou shall not commit Adultery"?

Who would try and convince me to do such things? The Spirit of God? I think not.

So, on the seventh day, you do no work, you, nor your son, nor your daughter, your manservant, nor your maidservant, nor your cattle? Yes or no?

So, you do not light a fire in any of your dwellings on the seventh day? Yes or no?
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