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Which is the Right Day to Worship?

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God made the heaven and the earth, He made the days the sun, the moon and the stars and all was well. He made man in his own image.  Man needed a companion and he made woman and all was well with the world.

Man decided to give names to the days and for some reason when man get involved there is confusion for now man spend time debating which day is the right day to worship and which one of the days that MAN NAMED did God make first. Why do people feel the only way to worship God is to gather inside a building and shout alleluia and amen.

So many miss the point and the real message: Love God with all your heart and love your neighbor as yourself. Do good; feed the hungry, clothe the naked, give shelter to the homeless, visit the shut in and those in prison. Do we realize that if all mankind should do these simple acts of kindness and have love one to another, there would be no war, no people starving, or naked, or homeless, or lonely, or shunned. What greater worship to God than for mankind to live in love and harmony. Why don’t we focus on fulfilling the greatest commandment, Love God with all our hearts and the second greatest loving our fellowmen?

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2 Comments

  1. JanBeek says:

    I don’t know why “we” can’t. I can’t speak for or control the emotions of others, but we can begin with just us. “We” can be you and me … and “we” CAN and WILL! Right?

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