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Km roit lluu.i'.ns: My attention
having been called to an article
written as tin editorial in the Friend
of March, 1890, wherein the editor
evidently laboring under a delusion,
wilfully misquotes the immutable
ItiHsoi God the Cteator, in giving
that portion of the, law so ns to read
thus: "Six days shall thou labor,
and do till thy'woik, hut the seventh
duy is (i Sabbath unto the Lord thy
God" (the italic is ours) ; in order
to carry out a false argument and
proc. Seven-day Sabbath keepers In
the wrong. The terms used by the
Author of the Moral Code, as writ
ten by God's own finger on two
tables of stone, and handed to his
servant Moses, as a covenant be
tween Himself and his people to
bland foicver, reads as recoided
front that day to thn present, "Six
days slialt thou labor, and do nil
thy work, but the seventh day is
the Sabbath of the Lord thy God."
The reader will please observe, thot
our friend the parso.i, who "dares"
arrogate the title of reverend, and
is tho editor of tlic Friend, "dares"
also to change the itnmutablo and
perfect law of the Creator by think
ing to change the definite article
"the" in the law as originally given
in the Hook of Inspiration, K.odtis
20:10, to an indcllnite article "a"
in order to controveit the position
w liielt the Sevonday Sabbath keepers
"dare" obscno in their worship of
God. evidently forccltinz that in
doing so he 19 actually putting him
self above God, as Daniel tho pro
phet says, chap. 7, verse 25, and as
Paul suys In TIicsb. 2:-l.
We regret to see men, who claim
a greater amount of learning and
know ledge of scripture, endeavoring
for the sake of serving a perverted
custom and saving themselves the
inconvenience and pecuniaty losses
entailed by returning to the observ
ance of the law of God as given by
Himself mid thunder and lightning
and eailltqtiakc, betokening the
grandeur of the law which he com
manded man to observe, and in t'.ie
observance of which a tnitaclc was
performed for over fotty years on
this ciyJ Seven-day Sabbath of the
Lord thy God before his chosen peo
ple, the Israelites, to whom the Seven
day Sabbath is created and is ignor
anlly called a "Jewish Sabbath"
to subvert the truth and mislead peo
ple from worshipping God as lie has
What use, let me ask tho editor
of the Friend, would there be in
any one being held accountable for
the obsenahee of Sunday, if, as the
any-day-kecper claims, one has a
perfect right to choose his day of
worship, one half of the people of a
sugar plantation, or of a congrega
tion, were to suddenly change the
seven day to the middle of creation
week? Naturally all things would
lead to chaos, and according
to the theory of our perverted reli
gionist, any one would be justified
in doing so, notwithstanding the de
finite command by laws to the con
trary. Wan is not left to distort the
plain command of God, he is not to
take f torn or add toil, but he is
plainly told (Matt. 3:17) that not
one jot or title of the law shall pass
till all be fulfilled, by Heaven's own
witness made manifest in the flesh,
who shall himself bo the judge of
its litctal fulfillment, not fallible
and perverted man. If the Son of
God tells us in plain words that the
law is unchangeable, how can the
deluded parson "dare" to change a
definite to an indefinite expression,
when he strikes out the "the," as in
the law, and wilfully puts an "a,"
as not in the law of God. God, who
made the law misquoted by our
poor erring brother, and God alone
can alter his law, and no other, for,
as Paul says, accursed would be the
man that teaches otherwise than as
given in the inspired volume,
Let us see what Scripture lias to
say about the seven-day Sabbath of
the Lord thy God.
1 . God made the Sabbath at Cre
ation. Gen. 2:2, JJ; Ex. 20:11.
2. It was observed before the law
was given on Sinai. Ex. lG:2o-U0.
3. The command to observe it is
associated with nine moral precepts,
which are binding upon all men dur
ing all time. It is placed in the
bosom of the tinchaiigcablelaw. Ex.
4. It is a sign between God and
his people. Ex. 31:17; Ex. 20:20.
."). Wrath came upon ancient Is
rael for breaking the Sabbath. Nelt.
G. If the Sabbath had been kept,
Jetusalcm would not have been de
stroyed. Jer. 17:21, 2.1.
7. Prophecy foretells a reform on
the Sabbath. Isa. 58:12-11.
8. The Sabbath will exist in the
new cm th. Isa. 15G.
it. Christ observed the Sabbath.
10. He called himself its Lord.
11. It was his "custom" to preach
on that day. Luke I.
12. The disciples "rested" on tho
Sabbath while Christ was lying In tho
grave. Luke 23 :5G.
13. Matthew, Mark and Luke,
who wrote after the crucifixion and
resuricction of Christ, spoke fami
liarly of tho Sabbath as an existing
institution. Matt. 24:20; 28:1;
Mark 1(5:1; Luke 23:f(5.
13. It was Paul's "manner'' to
make the Sabbath a preaching day.
10. The ''gentile" believers also
observed the Sabbath, Acts J 3 ; 12,
10. Paul preached by "d liver
side" where there was no synagogue,
on the Sabbath. Acts 1(5:13.
17. He reasoned in the synagogue
at Corinth "every Sabbath." Acts
18. lie continued there a year and
six months (78 Sabbaths) "leaching
the word of God." Acts 18:11.
10. Finally In the hist mention of
it in the llible, it Is called the Lord's
Day." Rev. 1:10. (Compare this
text with Ex. 20 1 10; Isa. 08: 13;
We have quoted thee texts of
scripture for the edification of our
poor and deluded parson, and oth
ers who may inadvettcntly have been
led by these blind teachers to believe
as they do. lie gives as a reason
for not observing the seventh day of
the week, because it is not so staled
in the fourth command, and chal
lenges proof to the contrary. Aflcr
the first six days of creation and
when his work was completed, God
rested on tho seventh day and hal
lowed it, i. e., set it apart for a spe
cial lino and commanded man by law
to observe it ever after every sev
enth day in commemoration of hint
as the creator of man and nil else
that was created. We arc in like
manner expected to keep Sunday,
the first day in the week, according
to human laws, and the observance
of any other day for Sunday would
receive front the same source a round
of false arguments as is here pro
duced against the observance of one
paiticularday as commanded by di
vine law. The Sabbath is a memo
rial of what the Creator did timing
the first week of time. He wrought
six davs and rested on the seventh
day. ilerc is the origin of the week,
whicli our cditotlal parson srema to
have lost sight of in his efforts to
.quiet his own conscience in trans
gressing lite law by observing some
other day not authorized by lite law
Sunday, the first day of the week.
The weekly cycle is not derived
from anything in nature, Mouths
arc suggested by the phases of the
moon ; years by the returning sea
sons; but the week can bo only
traced to the six days of creation,
and lite seventh day of rest. The
patiiarchs reckoned lime by weeks
and sevens of days. Gen. 8:10-12;
The Sabbath was instituted in tho
beginning of the Creation in Eden,
at the close of the first week of
time, by three acts on the part of
the Creator. First, God rested on
the Seventh-day. Secondly, He
placed his blessing on the day.
Thirdly, lie sanctified the day of his
rest. In-resting on the Seventh-day,
he set an example for man. Ho
blessed the day of his rest. lie
then sanctified, or "set apart to a
sacred use,' ' the day on whicli he
rested. He gave the first six days
of the week to man, and reserved
the seventh day to himself to be
used sacredly by man. The rest on
the Seventh-day was not because
God needed rest fioui physical ex
haustion, but because he ceased to
create. Another reason is given for
the Sabbath. "For in six days the
Lord made Heaven and earth, the
sea and all that in them is, and
rested the Seventh-day, wherefore
the Lord blessed the Sabbath-day
and hallowed it." Ex. 20:11.
This reason relates to what God did
in the fust week of lime, and he has
given no other. Man rests on tho
Sabbath-day to remember his Creator
and to do him honor, and wherever
his oycB may test, he beholds in all
he sees the Creator's works. Thus
by contemplating his works on the
holy sabbath day man is led from
the countless varieties of nature to
sec the wisdom and power of God
in creating all in six days, and of
being drawn fiom nature to nature's
God, the Sabbath becoming the cord
that binds the creature to the
Creator. The Sabbath is tho golden
chain that links cartlt to heaven, and
man to God. By a strict observance
of this day of rest, a blessing is
promised to man, and there is no
doubt., if all were Sabbath keepers,
that there could not possibly have
been any idolater or atheist in the
world. The Sabbath a9 n. memorial
of the woiks of the Creator during
the first week of time, is now seen
in its dignity and importance, and
not held as a matter of very slight
significance, as our friend esteems
We sincerely deprecate being
called upon as a Seven-day Sabbat
arian to defend the memorial of the
living God, and wo do so not in a
spirit of contention, but in the hope
of directing the mind of our editor
ial parson from the fearful delusion
and snare in which his feelings
against an unoffending and truly
sincere religious people have led
Having demonstrated from llible
testimony that the Seventh day Sab
bath of the (list week of time is the
saine Seventh day commemorated as
a rest day of the Lord on two tables
of stone in the unchangeable law of
God, wo hope our brother Chris
tian will tako more leisure and study
the letter of the law in order better
to understand its spirit and inten
tion, which he speaks so slightingly
about in his article against the
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