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By: Ostermann, Charlotte
Format: A6 Booklet
Dimensions: 10.5cm by 14.8cm
ISBN : 9781860828546
Number of Pages: 56
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Publication Date: 10 May 2013
Product Code: SP38
Looking at Sunday as a day set aside for God, in history and today.
The fast pace of modern life and a growing secularism seem to have made it impossible to accept God’s invitation to make every seventh day a day of rest and contemplation.
Starting with the Sabbath in the Jewish tradition and exploring the Christian Sunday Sabbath on the day of Christ’s Resurrection, this booklet traces the importance of Sunday.
It also shows how Christians can recover it as a means of rest and sanctification.
About the author
Charlotte Ostermann is a freelance writer and speaker in the USA with links to homeschooling groups, and author of Souls at Rest.
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This book has insights into why and how to keep Sundays as the Lord's Day, not just another day of the busy week. This is a good read for anyone wonder why or how to make and keep Sundays the highlight of the week.
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