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Call the Sabbath a Delight (edição 1991)

por Walter J. Chantry (Autor)

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The author's concern is to show why and how the Lord's Day is meant to be one of joy for God's people. An important book for all Christians to read.
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Título:Call the Sabbath a Delight
Autores:Walter J. Chantry (Autor)
Informação:Banner of Truth (1991), 122 pages
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this is ably written though I don't now think that I agree with the Sabbatarian position of this book. But worth reading ( )
  matthewgray | Jan 20, 2015 |
NO OF PAGES: 112 SUB CAT I: Shabbat SUB CAT II: SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: Chantry offers a simple and brief introduction to the Reformed understanding of the Sabbath day. The subjects covered in each chapter are as follows:
(1) The Commandment is Holy
(2) The Commandment is Spiritual
(3) The Commandment is Good
(4) Does the NT Teach the 4th Commandment?
(5) Sabbath Observance: Mosaic and Christian
(6) Motives for Sabbath-Keeping
(7) Which Day of the Week in the Sabbath?
(8) Difficult Cases of Conscience
Appendix - For Further Reading. Walter Chantry is an author who has consistently put his finger on the particular weaknesses and failures of the contemporary church. In his books we hear echoes of the prophetic insights and warnings which run through Scripture. "Call the Sabbath a Delight" is no exception. Its title indicates the burden of its message. A startling transformation has taken place in the way Christians approach the Lord's Day. While Walter Chantry does not flinch from stressing that the effects of this have been disastrous - morally and socially, as well as spiritually - his burden is not morally negative. His concern is to show why and how the Lord's Day is meant to be one of joy and blessing for God's people. He succeeds in a remarkable way. "Call the Sabbath a Delight" is written with a deep pastoral concern. It is an important book for all Christians to read.NOTES: Donated by Liz Henderson during the first BH book drive. SUBTITLE:
  BeitHallel | Feb 18, 2011 |
Walter Chantry is like a voice crying out in the desert. His message, while desperately needed, will likely fall on many deaf ears. We have become a people who without a thought or care regularly desecrate the Sabbath day of our Lord. Until very recently, I can't say I even attempted to honour the Lord's Day. I was taught, as many are today, that the 4th commandment has been done away with; and, that, in the name of Christian freedom. But at what price? Where has this so-called 'freedom' brought us? I don't doubt that the mistreatment of our Lord's Day is one important reason why revival continues to tarry.

May God convict His people. I pray this book will get into the hands of many, and that God Himself will open many hearts and minds to the joy and delight of obedience. Indeed, is that not what it means to be truly Christian? Sunday Sabbath-keeping is not a burden... except, perhaps, to those for whom heaven would be a burden. No, the Sabbath is a delight. ( )
  stephendr | Oct 3, 2009 |
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