Does the Bible recognize this as the proper time for beginning and ending the Sabbath?
"From even unto even, shall you celebrate your Sabbath." Lev. 23: 32.
NOTE - One great advantage of keeping the Sabbath according to the Bible method of reckoning
the day, that is, from sunset to sunset, over keeping it according to the Roman reckoning, or from midnight
to midnight, is that by the former one is awake to welcome and to bid adieu to the day when it comes and
goes, while by the latter he is asleep when the day begins and ends. God's ways are always best. The
setting of the sun is a great natural sign for marking the division of time into days.
When accused by His enemies before Pilate, how did Christ treat these accusations?
Whose voice had more weight with Saul than had the commandment of God?
Who were brought to Him for healing?
What was the difference between Cain's and Abel's characters?
What prophecy spoke of their return from captivity?
Why, after the fall, was man shut away from the tree of life?
What will be the privilege of those who enter there?
Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle