What if I told you that the Sabbath commandment could lead to inner peace and could tremendously strengthen your faith?
And what if I said that the commandment to "Remember the Sabbath by keeping it holy" (Exo. 20:8) can help you get a grip on proper application of Old Testament law, on legalism vs leniency?
You'd turn straight to Exodus and start reading, right?
What if I told you that studying the fourth commandment did all of these things for me?
I set out on a quest some years ago to understand the context and relevance of the fourth commandment, and in return unlocked the key to a much greater understanding of the Bible and its application in my life.
Now, I want to share it with you.
Looking forward to my new book, Do No Work, I have gathered here much of what I learned along the way. (For the rest, you'll just have to buy the book. :) )
And if you like what you read, stay tuned for Do No Work to come soon.
Why Studying the Fourth Commandment Will Help You Understand the Other Nine Part I, Part II
|William Warby (CC)|
|Alexander Baxevanis (CC)|
|Steve Snodgrass (CC)|
The Secret of Honoring God on the Sabbath
Why Honoring the Sabbath Means Giving Up Cash
Why Sunday Is Not As Important As You Think
Is the Fourth Commandment Still Relevant?
|George Bannister (CC)|
|The Ewan (CC)|
Why the Fourth Commandment Holds the Key to Heaven Part I, Part II
|Marc Farlardeau (CC)|
Why the Fourth Commandment Holds the Key to Freedom
|Cornell University (CC)|
Why Keeping the Sabbath Is Easier Than You Think
Want to start receiving these resources by email? Click here. You'll also get access to exclusive subscriber-only content. Sign up today!