This book is a wise, balanced, helpful, biblical, and encouragingly fresh look at what the Lord's Day should be for every Chirstian. It is meant to instruct, but also to stimulate sound thinking and encourage practical application. Each of these eight readable chapters if followed by questions to deepen the perceptions of the reader and promote a God-pleasing response.
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Review 1 for Celebrating the Sabbath: Find Rest in a Restless World
I was given this book as a gift from a Pastor and am very grateful he gave it to me. It completely changed my view of the Sabbath. The book is very balanced. It doesn't give a list of "dos" and "donts" and neither does it take a legalistic or abolished stance. Thanks be to God for using this book to show me that the Sabbath is not a curse but a blessing. Sure i would have said that before by word, but not by action.
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Review 2 for Celebrating the Sabbath: Find Rest in a Restless World
Date:February 27, 2003
This is a good introduction to the issue of keeping the Lord's day, although it could have been organized a little better. It gives the Biblical basis for keeping the Sabbath, but expressly avoids legalism. When you want a heavier book, read Chantry's "Call the Sabbath a Delight", but be ready for an apparent leaning toward legalism. I don't think Chantry crosses the line into it, but he leans that way more than Ray. Ray does a good job of keeping it the day of celebration and enjoyment of our wonderful God that it should be.