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All who believe in Christ may enter into rest, and thus keep a continual Sabbath, "For we which have believed do enter into rest" (Hebrews 4:3). As New Creatures in Christ, we rest in faith everyday. Each Christian, in proportion to his or her knowledge and faith, will have rest.
Should Christians observe the Sabbath on Saturday and not on Sunday? Some proponents of Saturday Sabbath-keeping suggest this may be an issue of faithfulness. Is this strict view valid? An examination of the Scriptures clarifies this subject, and, more importantly, reveals what the real focus should be—the prophetic antitypical significance of the Sabbath Day. This grandest Sabbath of all is the seventh thousand-year period from Adam’s disobedience, and, we are even now on the threshold of that great Sabbath Day. Messiah’s reign of a thousand years will be the world’s blessed Sabbath—the healing of all earth’s sorrows. The entire Law arrangement was designed to be a picture of the long awaited rest of God’s Kingdom—what a glorious prospect! Restitution for the world of mankind is the promise, and life everlasting will be the result for all who accept Divine mercy through Christ and his Church. (Acts 3:19-21; Mark 2:27)
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