The Key to Knowing God: Keeping His Sabbaths

Sabbath Supper CandlesAll of the covenant details that God made with the children of Israel, now also include those children who have been redeemed by the blood of Yahushua Messiah [Jesus Christ].

Those who desire to please Messiah, to please the heavenly Father, and obey the commandments, discover that the keeping His Sabbath Days [in the Biblically-prescribed manner], is truly a delight, as well as a major secret to growing closer to Him!

Notes From the Wilderness gives us a clear understanding (as well as a warning), of what we need to do if we want to be closer to Father, and to truly begin to know Him, from a New Covenant standpoint.

Notes from the Wilderness

According to Scripture, God’s children cannot come to know him, until they begin to observe His Sabbath days. This truth is given to us as a specific commandment in the Old Testament, and is confirmed as a basic principle and given as a warning in the New Testament.

In this short writing, we will examine this important truth of Scripture, and then test it to see whether the keeping of His sabbaths is a “salvational” issue or not. We will look at the Scriptures that reveal the commandment, the principle, and the warning.

The Commandment
As we look at the Scriptures, we will begin first with the foundation, where this truth is first mentioned as a command:

“Speak thou also unto the children of Israel, saying, Verily my sabbaths ye shall keep…” (Exodus 31:13a)

Before we examine this command, we must remind our Readers, that many precious, Born-again Believers…

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