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I know I said I was done, but I never did answer the question I asked the very first day.

I said in the first post about the Sabbath that when God blesses something He give is a assignment, He confers upon it the authority to carry out that assignment, and He equips it to complete what it was given to do.

For me this begs the question: When God blessed the Sabbath, what did He assign it, and what are the implications for those of us in the faith?

This Sabbath rest we have been given, this one day off in seven, so often ignored by those hoping to increase achievement, and squandered by those who simply swap work for amusement, is intended to refresh and rejuvenate us.

When God rested, He did not withdraw from creation. When Jesus finished His work on the cross, He sat down at the right hand of God the Father, but He did not disengage from that which He labored so hard to win.

Sabbath was the day, in the life of Creation, intended for worship, for reflection, for fellowship, for enjoying that which our labors have produced.

Jesus asked a question that might hold the answer for us.

And He said to them, "Is it lawful to do good or to do harm on the Sabbath, to save a life or to kill?" But they kept silent. - Mark 3:4

Clearly the answer that the Pharisees could not come up with is that it is lawful to do good, and it is lawful to save a life.

I would encourage you to let neither sloth nor religion dictate your Sabbath activities, but I would exhort you to give a Sabbath day to the Lord. Let Him guide your activities. I don’t really care if you celebrate Sabbath on Saturday or Sunday, or if your life currently does not allow a weekend based Sabbath, fit one in somewhere.

Some might say, I can’t afford to live if I don’t work seven days a week. That may be true on paper, but I will tell you that I believe the Sabbath day’s blessing in the very beginning of time, gave it the power and authority to provide for those who honor it.

There is no quicker way to “burn out” than to skip the Sabbath.

One last thing: Pastors

You pastors, you’re included. I know many of you work on Sunday from sun up to sun down. You must take a day. And you Christians – make sure you honor your pastor’s day off. We Christians can be the worst bosses in the world. We feel like since it is the money we are “giving” that supports the pastor, that he is at our beck and call.

He is worthy of double honor, and needs to be given that day to refresh and let God stir up that wonderful gift you saw in him the day you hired him.

And that goes double for youth pastors!

Ok – I better not rant on here, or I will hurt some feelings.

Have a blessed weekend. Give your time to the Lord this week, and He will press it down, shake it together and run it over back into your life.

Ben NelsonThanks for coming by.

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See you again soon.

Ben

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When I started this pondering about the Sabbath, I really thought – two or three posts – I had no idea of going 2 weeks. Monday I start Christmas I promise, and later this morning you can be looking for a quickie birth announcement, as my first grand-baby is coming this morning.

There is one last passage that I want to toss briefly into the mix. It's in Hebrews. Actually half of the third chapter and all of the fourth deal with Sabbath and entering into the rest prepared for us. We could have a lengthy Bible study on this passage, and it would be really worthwhile going verse by verse, but I do not have time here and now to dig in. Perhaps in the new year. For now – a couple key concepts.

The rest God offers is entered by faith.

For indeed we have had good news preached to us, just as they also; but the word they heard did not profit them, because it was not united by faith in those who heard. - Hebrews 4:2

This faith was demonstrated in obedience, or perhaps I should say lack of faith was demonstrated by disobedience.

Therefore, since it remains for some to enter it, and those who formerly had good news preached to them failed to enter because of disobedience, - Hebrews 4:6

There is yet a place of rest available for our entry.

So there remains a Sabbath rest for the people of God. - Hebrews 4:9

We must find this tension of living in the rest God has provided and striving for a rest yet to be entered.

Therefore let us be diligent to enter that rest, so that no one will fall, through following the same example of disobedience. - Hebrews 4:11

In this letter to the Hebrew Christians, the writer exhorts them toward faith, diligence and obedience.

Lest you be compelled into some legalistic observance of old law, I want you to understand that these three are one.

We are not called to believe facts and creeds, and enter by the sweat of our brow in religious labor, and the keeping of hundreds of ceremonial laws.

The “work” you (we) are called to, is faith, and what faith looks like is abiding. Living in Christ, living, seated in heavenly places in and with Christ. Hearing His voice and responding to it daily. This is the call.

Loving Him and His people, these are the commands He has given, and this is what faith looks like.

Love is the path to rest. [Tweet This]

Ben NelsonThanks for coming by today.

Have a blessed day

And for now you can call me

Grampa Ben (watch for the announcement later today [big smile])

 

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So what does the Sabbath point to?

I realize I never really got to the Sabbath yesterday because I was so taken with the picture of circumcision. That really got me yesterday, and if you missed it, check the tail end of yesterday’s post.

Back to the Sabbath though, the passage we’ve been poking around all week – Colossians 2:16 ends with dashes in my Bible.

Therefore no one is to act as your judge in regard to food or drink or in respect to a festival or a new moon or a Sabbath day-- - Colossians 2:16

So the next verse really needs to be included in the conversation too!

…things which are a mere shadow of what is to come; but the substance belongs to Christ. - Colossians 2:17

I love it in the New Living Translation:

For these rules are only shadows of the reality yet to come. And Christ himself is that reality. - Colossians 2:17 NLT

I know some of you, in the comments have mentioned this, and it has taken me a long time to get here, but hey – I’m plodding here.

Jesus Christ is the reality – the Greek word here is body, so you could say that Jesus is the embodiment of the Sabbath. He is a living breathing Sabbath. He is rest personified. He demonstrates what it means to keep the Sabbath everyday.

And to take it one step further, as I am want to do, this word body – σῶμα – sōma – is the same word used here:

For even as the body is one and yet has many members, and all the members of the body, though they are many, are one body, so also is Christ. For by one Spirit we were all baptized into one body, whether Jews or Greeks, whether slaves or free, and we were all made to drink of one Spirit. For the body is not one member, but many. - 1 Corinthians 12:12-14

If then Christ is the embodiment of the Sabbath, and we are the body – embodiment – of Christ, does it not stand to reason that our live ought to be a walking demonstration of Sabbath?

In case you are not sure the answer is an emphatic yes!

But wait Ben, it sounds like you are saying Christians should lay around doing nothing. Doesn’t rest mean no work? Didn’t God tell us to stop our labors on the Sabbath? If we live in a constant state of Sabbath, how will anything get done?

Oh – I am glad you asked, because there are some red letters that will help us with this little paradox.

Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and YOU WILL FIND REST FOR YOUR SOULS. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light. - Matthew 11:28-30

Christianity is a state of working at rest.

We rest from our labors to earn a place with God.

Jesus’ work on the cross earned us that place.

We rest from our labors to earn forgiveness.

Jesus’ blood purchased forgiveness once and for all.

We take up our work in the kingdom of God.

Jesus’ yoke is easy and burden is light.

This idea of a yoke, is one of work, but not solo work, work in partnership with Jesus. Like two oxen plowing a field, it is God’s plan to link you up with Jesus, and for the two of you to do the work He ordained for you, and created you for.

So, in the same way that He has prepared heaven and a future home for every one in covenant with Him yet He calls us to be seated in heavenly places today, so it is that He has prepared a future rest for each of us that is yet to be seen, yet the cross provides a Sabbath rest for us today.

The real work of appeasing and pleasing God was completed with the words, “It is finished.” That was the violent and bloody cutting off of your sin, the once and for all burial of your transgressions, the completion of your reconciliation to the Father. All that is left for you to do today is place your faith in THAT work, that finished work.

I pray for you today, that you will stop your working to earn favor with God, and rest in the favor that Jesus bought for you.

You can enter covenant with Jesus right now, if you have never done so. Simply come clean with Him about how you never have been able to “measure up.” It’s not like He doesn’t already know, but He wants you to own your sin, to confess it, and then to give it to Him. In confessing your sin - it is best to name it, out loud every sin you can remember. Be honest with God. Remember, He already knows, but in saying it out loud, you are putting it in Christ's tomb. Next time you look in there it will be empty! Confession breaks your old sin's hold on you. It gives you a place to point when satan tries to accuse you. "Look satan, I put it over there in that empty tomb and it is GONE!!!" [Tweet This]

Once you give Him your sin, and see that His blood on the cross paid the price for it, there is nothing between you and a wonderful relationship with your Father and mine. Simply ask Jesus to be the Lord of your life.

The Bible promises:

But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believe in His name, - John 1:12

The only thing left to do is to put your faith, your trust, your life into His hands.

If you have done that while reading this post there a couple things I would ask you to do. (What more work?)

Tell somebody, someone you know if a Christian.
Plug into a local body – a good Bible believing church.
Start reading the Bible for yourself. If you don’t have a bible – go to http://www.blueletterbible.org/ or http://www.biblegateway.com/ and start reading. I suggest starting with Mark because you will get to know Jesus quickly.

Lastly, I would love you to tell me about it – either in the comments below or you can email  me: Ben@AnotherRedLetterDay.com

What a great way to start Christmas at Another Red Letter Day.

Ben NelsonThanks for reading today.

See you again soon.

Ben

Here is a related post you may enjoy: Remember to Rest

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Today – a short discussion of why many, if not most, Christians celebrate a Sunday Sabbath, and what the Bible has to say about it. I hope you will allow me a bit of word study here.

I will preface this post as I often do, stating that I am not a scholar. My info comes from study of concordances and other reference works, and some teaching I have received along the way, but I am not a Greek expert – or even a Greek student. So please take this as offered – my slightly informed opinion.

For starters lets get the dogma out of the discussion. Paul clearly says it does not matter how you celebrate your Sabbath. I am convinced that there were Saturday Sabbatarians and Sunday Sabbatarians in the early church, and Paul addresses it this way:

Therefore no one is to act as your judge in regard to food or drink or in respect to a festival or a new moon or a Sabbath day-- things which are a mere shadow of what is to come; but the substance belongs to Christ. - Colossians 2:16-17

[We will have to come back and ponder the second half of this verse soon, since it hints at my question from last week – What was this Sabbath commissioned to do in the life of a Christian?]

Back to today’s question – Saturday or Sunday.

As I have been studying the Sabbath for the last couple weeks, I found that when I search the New Testament for the word Sabbath I get  61 matches in 56 verses. On the other hand, if I search the Greek word most often translated Sabbath, “σάββατον – Sabbaton” I get 68 results in 62 verses.

The funny thing is that the word is most often translated Sabbath or Sabbaths – like this:

And according to Paul's custom, he went to them, and for three Sabbaths reasoned with them from the Scriptures, - Acts 17:2

…but other times it is translated like this:

On the first day of the week, when we were gathered together to break bread, Paul began talking to them, intending to leave the next day, and he prolonged his message until midnight. - Acts 20:7

The only real difference is this little Greek word “εἷς - heis” which is translated first or one. If you will remember from our discussion last week, the names of the days in Hebrew (again – I read this, I am not a scholar) are simply numbers – first day, second day… except the Sabbath – the only day with its own name.

If you look at the word Sabbath in the NT, it is most often speaking of Jesus, or Paul doing something involving the Jews, either in the synagogue or temple, or someplace they were gathering on their Sabbath day.

So how do we get a Sunday Sabbath?

Check out this verse where it is actually used both ways in the same verse.

Now after the Sabbath [Greek- Sabbaton], as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week [Greek – heis Sabbaton], Mary Magdalene and the other Mary came to look at the grave. - Matthew 28:1

You can probably guess what is happening in the context here, can’t you. This is the resurrection of Jesus Christ! This is the day of all days, when the Father, Son and Holy Spirit collaborated in the most important event since God started the clocks running in the beginning.

This day was so significant, that the Jews who followed their Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth, began to celebrate The First day of the week – Sunday to us – as their new Sabbath. You will notice every time the New Testament translates this phrase “heis sabbaton” it is either referring to the resurrection or the gather of the saints.

So then this verse at the beginning of Matthew 28 is somewhat of a transition from a Saturday Sabbath to a Sunday Sabbath.

In reality, in the life of a believer, everyday is set apart for God, right?

This is the day which the LORD has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it. - Psalms 118:24

So in one sense there is no distinction. But I think we see in these couple of verses from early Church that Sunday was the day the Church gathered to celebrate the Lord’s Supper and share in community.

On the first day of the week, when we were gathered together to break bread, Paul began talking to them, intending to leave the next day, and he prolonged his message until midnight. - Acts 20:7

On the first day of every week each one of you is to put aside and save, as he may prosper, so that no collections be made when I come. - 1 Corinthians 16:2

As we are the body of Christ, it is important that we spend time in community, in fellowship with other parts of the body. The early church ate together, they prayed together, they learned and were taught together, they shared what they were hearing from the Lord together, and they gave into the needs of the body, and to the poor together.

I urge you not to forsake the gathering of the body. Everything Christ commanded us has to do with our relationships. Let’s foster community where we can. [Tweet This]

Sorry – got off topic there.

You can celebrate a Sabbath any day you want, but I am sticking with Sunday.

Ben NelsonThanks for coming by.

Shine where you’re screwed in today.

Ben

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As we consider the Sabbath and the Red letters, we come to today’s groundbreaking idea. Jesus seemed to thrive on turning the religion of the day on its head, and He sure did with this statement.

Jesus said to them, "The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath."- Mark 2:27

With this statement, Jesus is changing the framework through which we see all law (well all of God’s law anyway.)

Have you ever wondered how David could write that poem with 176 stanzas about his love affair with the law of God.

David understood something about the law of the Lord. I have an old Bible that has this verse on the title page:

Open my eyes, that I may behold Wonderful things from Your law. - Psalms 119:18

This is often my prayer as I open the word.

And when I read it, or pray it, I can’t help but see the word pair – “behold Wonderful” – so that my prayer runs more like this.

Lord, as I open Your word today, help me see Jesus, the Wonderful One.

The law, as we saw a couple days ago, and specifically the Sabbath was a gift from God to His people. The Sabbath is not intended as a curse or burden.

One indicator that you don’t understand God’s law, particularly under the new covenant, is when it becomes burdensome. Believe me, this happens to all of us. We look at what God is calling us into, some new level of discipleship or commitment, and we think “God, why are you putting me through this?”

When we do as the old song suggests, trust and obey, when we walk by faith and not by sight, He will lead us into more joy, more passion, more victory (perhaps more persecution, more trouble, more fiery furnaces) and ultimately more of His presence.

How often do we wield the law like a battle-axe to break others? That is what the Pharisee’s were trying to do with Jesus and the disciples. They were always finding fault. But the law of the Lord is meant to be a mirror. Consider this:

For if anyone is a hearer of the word and not a doer, he is like a man who looks at his natural face in a mirror; for once he has looked at himself and gone away, he has immediately forgotten what kind of person he was. But one who looks intently at the perfect law, the law of liberty, and abides by it, not having become a forgetful hearer but an effectual doer, this man will be blessed in what he does. - James 1:23-25

As I read this, I wonder if we are getting close to an answer for the question I posed on Monday. What is the Sabbath commissioned to do in the life of a believer?

The Sabbath was made for you! It’s a gift. It is intended for your good. As you embrace it you will find that you “will be blessed in what he [you] does [do].”

Oh, while we are on the subject of the benefits of the law, and in particular the Sabbath, I have to throw in one of my favorites here.

How blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked,
Nor stand in the path of sinners,
Nor sit in the seat of scoffers!

But his delight is in the law of the LORD,
And in His law he meditates day and night.

He will be like a tree firmly planted by streams of water,
Which yields its fruit in its season
And its leaf does not wither;
And in whatever he does, he prospers.

Psalm 1:1-3

The law, and in particular, the Sabbath is a gift. It was made for you.

Ben NelsonThanks for coming by. I will be back on this, so come back again.

For now, for today, press in!

Ben

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Let’s try again, to make some simple Old Testament observations around the Sabbath day.

The first actual mention of the word rendered “Sabbath” is in Exodus, when the children of Israel were in the wilderness and God was feeding them with manna.

Moses said, "Eat it today, for today is a sabbath to the LORD; today you will not find it in the field. - Exodus 16:25

On the Sabbath – there was no new manna and the manna from the day before stayed fresh. God was careful to create a culture in which it was necessary to stop the normal day to day tasks and give the day to different things.

Yesterday, we talked about God sanctifying the Sabbath, and today we see that it was, in deed, set apart from other days, because you had to have a different routine. If you had not gathered two days worth of manna on the 6th day, you would be hungry on the Sabbath.

See, the LORD has given you the sabbath; therefore He gives you bread for two days on the sixth day. Remain every man in his place; let no man go out of his place on the seventh day." - Exodus 16:29

A little further down the page we read that the Sabbath was given to them. The Sabbath was a gift. I suppose there have been those through the years who have looked askance at this particular gift, but it is none the less, a gift.

Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy. "Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is a sabbath of the LORD your God; in it you shall not do any work, you or your son or your daughter, your male or your female servant or your cattle or your sojourner who stays with you. "For in six days the LORD made the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that is in them, and rested on the seventh day; therefore the LORD blessed the sabbath day and made it holy. - Exodus 20:8-11

There were plenty of things that God gave to the people before He gave the law, but not all of them got into the top 10 list. The keeping of the Sabbath is the fourth commandment.

God made it holy, and Israel was commanded to keep it holy.

In his retelling of the law in Deuteronomy 5 Moses adds this bit about Egypt

You shall remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt, and the LORD your God brought you out of there by a mighty hand and by an outstretched arm; therefore the LORD your God commanded you to observe the sabbath day. - Deuteronomy 5:15

Here we get the sense that the Lord is saying, remember the days when you were slaves, and had to work seven days a week for your masters. Now you have been rescued from those evil masters, and as an remembrance and thanks for the one who brought you out of slavery, stop your work for one day every week.

The LORD spoke to Moses, saying, "But as for you, speak to the sons of Israel, saying, 'You shall surely observe My sabbaths; for this is a sign between Me and you throughout your generations, that you may know that I am the LORD who sanctifies you. - Exodus 31:12-13

Next we see that the Sabbath is not only intended to be kept holy or separate from all other days, but the observance of the Sabbath was intended to be a sign between God and Israel which set it apart from all other nations.

I live in Bergen County, New Jersey, in fact the next town over is the famous Paramus, New Jersey. It is famous for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the invention of the shopping mall. I believe the Garden State Plaza was the first shopping mall in the world. But more notable is the fact that though it may well have more major shopping malls than any other town in the country, it also has the most strict blue laws in the nation.

This from Wikipedia:

Bergen County in New Jersey is notable for their blue laws banning the sale of clothing, shoes, furniture, home supplies and appliances on Sundays kept through county-wide referendum. Paramus, New Jersey has its own blue laws even more strict than the county itself, banning any type of worldly employment on Sundays except necessity items such as food and gasoline. Wikipedia: Blue Laws

So then Paramus, New Jersey is set apart from all other shopping destinations on Sunday’s. By the way, it is wonderful to drive on the State Highways in Bergen County on Sundays. Hurray for blue laws!

For six days work may be done, but on the seventh day there is a sabbath of complete rest, a holy convocation. You shall not do any work; it is a sabbath to the LORD in all your dwellings. - Leviticus 23:3

On the Sabbath there was supposed to be a convocation or meeting, assembly, or the word can even mean reading – such as a public reading of the Word of God.

Every sabbath day he shall set it in order before the LORD continually; it is an everlasting covenant for the sons of Israel. - Leviticus 24:8

God’s intention is for this sanctified day to be remembered as long as time is kept.

There is a very serious story in Numbers about a man caught breaking the Sabbath:

Now while the sons of Israel were in the wilderness, they found a man gathering wood on the sabbath day. ... So all the congregation brought him outside the camp and stoned him to death with stones, just as the LORD had commanded Moses. ... "It shall be a tassel for you to look at and remember all the commandments of the LORD, so as to do them and not follow after your own heart and your own eyes, after which you played the harlot, - Numbers 15:32, 36, 39

As we get to the prophets, and as Israel slides further and further away from Father, we have some strong words to consider:

Bring your worthless offerings no longer, Incense is an abomination to Me. New moon and sabbath, the calling of assemblies-- I cannot endure iniquity and the solemn assembly. - Isaiah 1:13

God is nauseated by the celebration of Sabbath when it was polluted, and not kept holy.

If because of the sabbath, you turn your foot From doing your own pleasure on My holy day, And call the sabbath a delight, the holy day of the LORD honorable, And honor it, desisting from your own ways, From seeking your own pleasure And speaking your own word, - Isaiah 58:13

Rather than a holy convocation, it became a day to do their own pleasure, or to continue to work and pad there pockets. [Tweet This] They did not stop and honor the God who gave them the power to be free, the power to get wealth. They simply went about their business, and tipped their hats to God on the Sabbath day, and it made God sick.

Her priests have done violence to My law and have profaned My holy things; they have made no distinction between the holy and the profane, and they have not taught the difference between the unclean and the clean; and they hide their eyes from My sabbaths, and I am profaned among them. - Ezekiel 22:26

I do pray Lord, that I would be found doing your pleasure, everyday, Sabbath included.

Ben NelsonI must ask you to come back tomorrow. Remember, we live in a New Covenant, and I promise there is some good news coming, but for today, this is enough.

See you tomorrow

Ben

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As I said last week, I have been pondering this idea of Sabbath for a week or so, and spent a few hours looking through the scriptures to see what the Word has to say about this idea.

I have learned that, for one thing, it is of great importance to the Lord.

I have also seen it turn back in on what He has been teaching me (or trying to teach me, anyway) about how to walk out this Christian life.

If you will allow me, I would like to take this week’s blog posts and lay out what I have been finding. If I dump it all into one post, it will be way to big, and I am afraid it would be too hard to follow.

The danger I face with breaking it up is that you may only get a snippet of the whole idea. Ah – What’s a blogger to do?

Ben NelsonSee you in the morning for an Old Testament survey of the Sabbath.

Ben

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I have heard a number of things recently that have caused me to take a fresh look at the idea of Sabbath. I want to ponder them aloud today for a couple minutes. I have a hunch that buried in these thoughts is a paradigm shift that could be very freeing.

The first thought comes from a few months back, and I don’t even know where I heard it at this point, but the idea is that the Sabbath rest that God enjoys, upon the completion of creation, is not one of wiping His brow and collapsing in some recliner cloud in the back room of heaven to watch reruns of some 80’s sitcom.

Rather the “rest” God enjoys upon completion of creation is more like the day an inventor reveals his masterpiece, and glories in how awesome it is. For a truly carnal, but perhaps graspable example think of Steve Jobs introducing the iPhone. [See that here.]

The second idea that has been floating around in the chaos of my mind regarding Sabbath is something Rabbi Daniel Lapin says in his book “Thou Shall Prosper.” Being an orthodox rabbi he brings much of the traditional orthodox Jewish understanding of the Old Testament to the table, and it is fascinating.

Speaking about Sabbath he says that in creation, Sabbath was last in execution, but first in thought. To put it another way Sabbath was not what God did when He finished creating, but it was the culmination of that creation. You might even say, it was what He was building.

When an architect creates the plans for a house, I don’t believe he first draws a sketch of plumbing and wiring, and then pictures walls enclosing the infrastructure. When someone asks me about my dream house, I don’t say, I want outlets in each room, and in the bathroom it is important that there me a drain, and piping to carry the waste water out to the septic system. Oh – so we will need a septic system, and a water source, and an electrical box to bring the electric in. Then I should probably put walls around all that to hide it from view….

No – I picture a house, probably first from the outside, with land and landscaping, and I picture rooms, furnished. Then an architect would back into the infrastructure needed to support this house – foundation, structure, wiring, pluming and all the other stuff that I would never think of.

So it was with God or so this line of thought goes. He sees the end from the beginning, and the end is His creation in place, and Him enjoying it, and participating in it, in partnership with those who He created.

Declaring the end from the beginning, And from ancient times things which have not been done, Saying, 'My purpose will be established, And I will accomplish all My good pleasure'; - Isaiah 46:10

I will come back to this idea again next week, and play it out a bit more.

Thanks for listening to my ruminating. I hope it gets you pondering too.

Ben NelsonHave a blessed thanksgiving.

Enjoy God.
Enjoy family.
Enjoy food.

Ben

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