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Seek and find

Written By : Osea Sivo Naisau. Nailaga, Ba. . It’s really interesting to note that Christianity today still thrives on controversy after heralding perhaps the greatest civilisation since creation, when
30 May 2008 12:00

Written By : Osea Sivo Naisau. Nailaga, Ba. . It’s really interesting to note that Christianity today still thrives on controversy after heralding perhaps the greatest civilisation since creation, when Jesus lived as a human being for 30 odd years among us 2000 years ago.
If I was in Apenisa Naigulevu’s shoes, I would urge Lawrence Narayan to keep his $1000 cash (FS 22/5) simply because it’s a fruitless exercise to controvert on the Sabbath issue, for it is priceless, timeless and eternal as its author, the Almighty Creator God.
Jesus Christ authorised it by declaring that ” … the son of man is Lord also of the Sabbath …” (Mark 2:28).
The disciples and early church members kept it right up to the time when man of sin (2 Corinthians 2:3) entered the scene and took up the banner of Christ.
Historical facts suggest that the guy was responsible for the switch from Saturday to Sunday.
Even secular books such as World Book 2000 supports the relevancy of the Ten Commandments in modern Christianity. It stated: “Christianity sees the 10 commandments as the basic principles that should govern human conduct” and “the co9mmandments therefore had enormous influence on the moral content of the law in western civilisation” (World Book 2000 Alphabets T and L, pgs 132,133).
I once urged Brother Lawrence in one of my previous letters to seek the Lord in prayer and fasting for divine revelation concerning any issue on biblical principles and doctrines.
Men’s personal saviour Jesus will attend to our temporary and permanent individual needs as he promised in scriptures. As he said “seek and ye shall find”.




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