Was the Sabbath designed to be a day for public worship?
"Six days shall work be done: but the seventh day is the Sabbath of rest, an holy convocation." Lev. 23: 3.
NOTE - The word convocation means "a calling together," and is always used in the Bible with
reference to meetings of a religious character.
What is the means through which this justifying grace is made available to the sinner?
Who will sing the song of Moses and the Lamb on the sea of glass?
What means will be employed to lead the people back into this false worship?
What was the character and the work of many of the bishops at that time?
What, then, is the nature of all Sabbath legislation?
What Christian grace are we exhorted to exercise in our expectant longing for this event?
Is Christ coming again?
Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle