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Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Christian Focus
Publication Date: 1996
|Dimensions: 7 1/2 X 5 (inches)|
Are we missing out on God's blessing by the way we celebrate the Lord's Day - are we too legalistic or too lax? Is the Spirit grieved by our disrespect to God or frustrated by our thralldom to unnecessary restrictions? These and other questions are answered in The Lord's Day. Joey Pipa is known for his warm pastoral application of Scriptural principles. Here, he takes an authoritative look at the 'first day.'
A splendid book... The church has needed this book. Use your Sunday afternoons to read it!
This book is a well-argued defence of... the Fourth Commandment.
Scholarly, thorough and thought provoking are some of the comments that will help describe this new book.
This book is eminently readable, and highlights the joy to be gained in 'a Sabbath well spent'.
Written with the plainness and warmth of pastoral experience which will benefit... every believer.
The basic principle of the book, the observance of the Lord's Day as a day of rest and remembrance, will be accepted by many older Christians, but needs to be worked out by some younger Christians.
This book is eminently readable and will prove to be a great blessing to every thoughtful reader.
It is a book that will appeal to those who are convinced that the Puritan expression of Sabbath keeping is the best way to use the day.