To the Editor,
I an writing to respond to the letter about the churches in Robeson County. The reason no one sees God in the county is because we are not keeping God’s Sabbath Day holy. Christians should keep all of God’s commandments.
The Fourth Commandment says “to remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy.” If all Christians would take a stand like Peter and the Apostles and obey God rather than man, they would see more blessings in their walk with God. Most preachers in Robeson County preach that you shouldn’t keep God’s commandment because of grace, but if they prayed more and studied more they would know Jesus never dismissed the commandments.
Preaches should know God never put Sunday as the day of worship; it was the Sabbath Day God told men to keep and worship and for any God-fearing Christians to not keep the commandment of God, he or she should be ashamed.
For the Christians who don’t know the Sabbath Day, it is from sunset on Friday to sunset Saturday. That’s God’s holy day. I go to Lumber-River Seventh Day Adventist Church and it’s a blessing to keep God’s holy day.
I went to church for 27 years on Sunday not knowing I was intentionally breaking God’s commandments. But through careful study of God’s word and through prayer, I started obeying God. If you want blessings in your life, start keeping the commandments of Gods and break away from the traditions of man. I’m also talking to all preachers who preach on Sunday to obey God, and not man.
Here’s some verses that will explain God’s word and commandments better: St. John 14:15, St. Mark 7:5-10, and Deuteronomy 8:6-11