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Re-visit the Sabbath

Back in December we posted one called Sabbath and apparently it is time to post another of that theme. Here at Cepher we believe that the Sabbath and Love are two of the most important instruments of a healthy spiritual existence, and we would like to share this thought through scripture with you.

“The Son of Man is Lord of the Sabbath” —Luke 6:5

When the Bible speaks of the Sabbath being made for man and not the other way around it is very important for us to understand what that means. Here at Cepher it means we should never allow the Sabbath to take over our lives, yet we should always keep up the Sabbath as a part of our lives, which is, a day of rest and meditation for humankind with their Maker. That is a crucial understanding for a follower to live in accordance with God.

Contrary to what many might think, the regulations that God set up for humankind to live by are for our best interest, and not to limit our endeavors, but to give our endeavors the best possible chance for success.

“You shall keep My sabbath and reverence My sanctuary; I am the Lord.” —Leviticus 26:2

It is just that simple if you Follow God. God is your King, He desires that you keep the Sabbath holy, so you do just that. That obedience will get you a rest day along with a great satisfaction of following your Lord. It also does a great deal more than that because it puts you in the right place at the right time for God to work in and through your life for the benefit of others. What more could anyone ask?

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