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The Lord’s Day

22 Apr

Revelation 1:9-10
I, John, your brother and companion in the suffering and kingdom and patient endurance that are ours in Jesus, was on the island of Patmos because of the word of God and the testimony of Jesus.  On the Lord’s Day I was in the Spirit, and I heard behind me a loud voice like a trumpet.

When John wrote this he was in a penal colony on the wilderness island of Patmos.  This was not a pleasant island getaway.  His only companions were guards and criminals.  Survival was a daily issue for him.

Yet, in spite of the harsh surroundings, he took time out of each week to have a special time of worship before the Lord.  He called it “The Lord’s Day.”  It was a day that he had set aside to hear from God – and God revealed Himself to John.

The result of this time of worship was the book of Revelation.  It is the only book of the Bible that guarantees a blessing to any one who reads it and takes it to heart.

It doesn’t matter who you are or what your schedule is like.  It is important to regularly set aside some time that is exclusively the Lord’s.  This is a time where you put aside your goals for a while in order to hear from Him.

Of all the benefits gained from being a child of God, don’t miss out on the best one.  Take time to hear from God.  Set aside a day that is the Lord’s day.  Even better, use that day to fellowship, worship, and praise with others in the Body of Christ.  It will reap great rewards.

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Posted by on April 22, 2012 in Daily Thoughts

 

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