As Christians, we all know about the 10 Commandments found in Exodus 20.
The famous Thou shalts and Thou shalt-nots.
Love God and serve Him only.
Don't kill people.
Don't take God's name in vain.
For me, when I'm reading this list I agree with them all. They make sense to me.
But...the one that seems a little strange to my American, 21st Century mind is this one:
"Remember the Sabbath day by making it holy." - Exodus 20:8
Maybe you've thought this before: Jewish people were to keep the Sabbath day, but as Christian, should I? What does look like or mean for me?
For practicing Jews, Sabbath is observed on a weekly basis and is to be celebrated as a time of rest and remembrance. It begins on Friday evening at sundown and ends Saturday evening with the appearance of three stars in the night...
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