19. What testimony does Eusebius (AD. 270-338), a noted bishop of the church, a flatterer of Constantine, and the reputed father of ecclesiastical history, bear upon this subject?


"All things whatsoever that it was duty to do on the Sabbath, these we have transferred to the Lord's day ...
. .. Commentary on the Psalms," Cox's "Sabbath Literature," Vol. I, page 361.
NOTE - The change of the Sabbath was the result of the combined efforts of church and state, and
it was centuries before it was fully accomplished.

How long will the Word of God endure?
What has Christ brought to light through the gospel?
From what is He able to keep us?
By what means was the image broken to pieces?
Where is the law of God written under the new covenant?
What is one of the offices of the moral law?
How many will receive a reward when Christ comes?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle