He is risen indeed! May you all have a blessed Lord's day!Even though I don't celebrate Xmass or Easter, I don't mind recognizing His death and resurrection on Sunday! God bless you, Mr. Eddings! May your pilgrimage make progress. (have you been on Calvinistic Quotes a lot lately?);)
Happy Resurrection Day to you, too! :)
Hallelujah, what a Savior.Happy Resurrection Day (and Lord's Day), all. May our Lord richly bless you.
Have a blessed Resurrection Day to you and yours!
CG, actually, I am in favor of the church calendar. It helps remind me of when the next potluck is scheduled.
Ah, amen. Because He lives we can face tomorrow.
Risen and seated at the right hand of the Father providing intercession on our behalves... will anybody give me an Amen?
Happy Resurrection Sunday to you, Eddie...though I am sure the day is over for you by now but, thankfully, the benefits of the day are eternal for all of us who are redeemed. Amen and amen, again!
"...though I am sure the day is over for you by now but, thankfully, the benefits of the day are eternal for all of us who are redeemed."Brother Paul, Paul couldn't have said it better!
I'm afraid I'm not sure what you mean by 'church calendar', Mr. Boyd.....but perhaps I need to explain why I don't celebrate Easter or Christmas. without going into it in depth, I agree with A.W. Pink .
And may God bless you for your desire to maintain a good conscience before Him, and to honor and glorify Him in whatever you do and in whatever you abstain from doing : )1 Corinthians 10:31Romans 14:5-6